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Video: Newly unveiled An Post Rás route given thumbs up by 2013 runner-up McConvey Article Rating

by Shane Stokes - Thursday, January 30, 2014
Irish event to feature 36 categorised climbs and Seskin Hill summit finish

The route of Ireland’s toughest stage race the An Post Rás has been welcomed by last year’s runner-up Connor McConvey, with the Synergy Baku Cycling Project rider saying that he believes the eight day race will make for a big spectacle and also a wor...

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Santos Tour Down Under: Greipel notches up first win of the season as Gerrans reduces gap to Evans Article Rating

by Shane Stokes - Friday, January 24, 2014
WorldTour race building up towards exciting finale; Old Willunga Hill to be crucial to outcome

Having clocked up fourteen stages in the race in the past, André Greipel today grabbed Lotto Belisol’s first victory of the season when he placed first in Victor Harbor at the end of stage four of the Santos Tour Down Under. The big German rider h...

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Santos Tour Down Under: Evans returns to top form with dominant display on Corkscrew Hill Article Rating

by Shane Stokes - Thursday, January 23, 2014
BMC Racing Team rider roars into race lead after solo victory

Cadel Evans gave a clear reminder of the ability which earned him a world championship jersey plus the 2011 Tour de France title when he roared to a super solo victory on today’s third stage of the Santos Tour Down Under. The Australian showed we...

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Santos Tour Down Under: Ulissi powers home ahead of Gerrans and Evans, jumps to second overall Article Rating

by Shane Stokes - Wednesday, January 22, 2014
GC contenders continue to show their hands early on

Surprising race contenders Simon Gerrans (Orica GreenEdge) and Cadel Evans (BMC Racing Team) with a perfectly timed burst on the far right side of the road, Diego Ulissi won the uphill sprint to the line in Stirling at the end of stage two of the San...

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Gerrans takes early advantage with stage win in Santos Tour Down Under Article Rating

by Shane Stokes - Tuesday, January 21, 2014
Australian champion profits from tough finale to outsprint Greipel

He’s been trying to mimic the buildup and results of his superb early season in 2012, when he won the Australian road championships, the Santos Tour Down Under and then Milan-Sanremo. Simon Gerrans remains on track thus far, today netting the opening...

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Live broadcast – Belkin Pro Cycling team presentation Article Rating

by VeloNation Press - Monday, January 20, 2014
Dutch squad’s management and top riders lay out goals for 2014

Heading into year two of the project, the Belkin Pro Cycling team will today detail its ambitions for the 2014 season at its team launch at the Nederlands Instituut voor Beeld en Geluid in Hilversum. The WorldTour squad evolved out of the structu...

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Video/report: Elvin wins second Australian women’s road race title, Ewan takes Under 23 gold Article Rating

by VeloNation Press - Saturday, January 11, 2014
Highlights from today’s races

Making history when she became the first woman in two decades to take two consecutive national road race titles, Gracie Elvin outsprinted Lauren Kitchen (NSW) and last year’s Subaru National Road Series winner Katrin Garfoot (QLD) at the end of the 1...

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Video: Von Hoff, Roy, Roper and Ewan take gold medals in Australian criterium championships Article Rating

by Shane Stokes - Thursday, January 09, 2014
Sprint finishes settle each race, attention now turns to weekend road races

Garmin-Sharp rider Steele Von Hoff blazed in ahead of the field to take the Australian elite criterium championship title in Ballarat today, finishing two seconds ahead of the Avanti riders Anthony Giacoppo and Brenton Jones. Defending champion ...

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Mitchelton Bay Cycling Classic: Three stages out of four for Bronini, who takes overall title Article Rating

by VeloNation Press - Sunday, January 05, 2014
Hosking accuses team of collusion, unhappy with way break was brought back

Cementing what was a dominant display by herself and her Wiggle Honda team in the race, triple world champion Giorgia Bronzini blazed home to take her third stage victory plus overall success in the Mitchelton Bay Cycling Classic today. The Itali...

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Mitchelton Bay Cycling Classic: Jones takes overall as Ewan grabs stage win on final day Article Rating

by VeloNation Press - Sunday, January 05, 2014
Video highlights from final stage in Williamstown

Two years after being left in a coma by a bad racing crash, the young Australian rider Brenton Jones (Procon Telematics’) moved a step closer to a big pro career when he won the final overall classification in the Mitchelton Bay Cycling Classic. ...

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Durbridge in impressive form in Mitchelton Bay Cycling Classic Article Rating

by VeloNation Press - Saturday, January 04, 2014
Stage victory moves Australian champion close to yellow jersey of Dempster

Luke Durbridge proved he will be one of the main riders to beat in the upcoming Australian national championships when he powered to victory on today’s third stage of the Mitchelton Bay Cycling Classic. The 2013 national road race and TT champion...

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Mitchelton Bay Cycling Classic: Bronzini looking good for overall victory after win on stage three Article Rating

by Shane Stokes - Saturday, January 04, 2014
See video highlights from women’s and men’s races

Three time world champion Giorgia Bronzini notched up her second win in three days and solidified her place at the top of the general classification in the Mitchelton Bay Cycling Classic today. The Wiggle Honda rider sprinted in well ahead of Ann...

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Video: Brian Cookson says restoring credibility of cycling is most important priority Article Rating

by VeloNation Press - Sunday, December 29, 2013
UCI president outlines what he sees as the most crucial steps for the sport

Commenting after three months in office as UCI president, Brian Cookson has said that the early feedback from many within the sport has been that change was needed in the governance of cycling, and that the initial progress made has been positive. ...

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Moritz Milatz video interview: BMC Racing Team MTB rider riding cross to prepare for 2014 season Article Rating

by VeloNation Press - Sunday, December 29, 2013
Former European champion speaks about structured preparation

Riding cross races as preparation for the upcoming season, the BMC Mountainbike Racing Team rider Moritz Milatz competed in the Run and Bike in Reute, Germany last week. After finishing fifth in the event, he talked about his buildup to 2014 and name...

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Video: MTN Qhubeka’s Tour of Rwanda campaign covered in detail in episode three of African Bicycle Dream Article Rating

by VeloNation Press - Monday, December 23, 2013
Squad looks back on 2013 season and ahead to what it hopes will be first-ever Grand Tour participation

At the end of its most successful season to date and weeks before the Giro d’Italia makes a decision about which squads it will invite to the 2014 race, the MTN Qhubeka team has released the third instalment of its fine African Bicycle Dream document...

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Matt Brammeier video interview: ‘I need to win as many races as possible’ Article Rating

by Shane Stokes - Monday, December 16, 2013
Irish road race champion pleased with early impressions of Synergy Baku team, ambitious for 2014

Now 28 years old and thus entering what should be his best years as an athlete, Matt Brammeier has pledged to take a more ambitious outlook heading into the 2014 season. After years of riding for others, the British-born Irishman had more personal fr...

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Luke Davison video interview: Double World Cup race winner gaining confidence prior to 2014 track worlds Article Rating

by Shane Stokes - Sunday, December 15, 2013
Emerging Australian road and track rider shows strong promise

Winner of two gold medals in the recent track World Cup in Aguascalientes, Mexico, Luke Davison has taken a major morale boost from what is his best track form ever. The 23 year old Australian rider has increased motivation for the remaining World...

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Will Walker video Interview: Over health issues, former top Australian talent ready to push hard in 2014 Article Rating

by Shane Stokes - Wednesday, December 11, 2013
Move to Synergy Baku should see more international racing and opportunities

Saying that he believes his health is the best it has been since he was forced to give up the sport due to the triple whammy of heart rhythm problems, mononucleosis and Bell’s Palsy, Will Walker is looking forward to the new season and what he hopes ...

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Tinkoff Saxo team conference: Questions and reactions from presentation plus interview video Article Rating

by Shane Stokes - Monday, December 02, 2013
Riis, Tinkov, Contador, Roche and Seier Christensen comment on plans to build world’s number one team

Changing his position on the team as a result of a multi million Euro sale to Oleg Tinkov, Bjarne Riis plans to work more closely with his riders in 2014 and beyond, motivating them and guiding them strategically. At today’s press conference in Londo...

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Video: Live broadcast of Team Saxo Tinkoff’s London press conference; will Tinkov take over ownership from Riis? Article Rating

by Shane Stokes - Monday, December 02, 2013
Press conference here live from 3pm GMT

What is expected to be a very significant moment in the history of the Saxo Tinkoff team is set to take place this afternoon in London, with what the team describes as ‘important news’ being disclosed at 3pm GMT. The announcement has been predict...

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