Goolaerts of Belgium dies at Paris-Roubaix
Belgian rider Michael Goolaerts died of cardiac arrest after collapsing while competing in the Paris-Roubaix race on Sunday.
Froome could be denied entry to Tour de France
Tour de France organisers are planning to deny Chris Froome a place in this year's race if his salbutamol case has not been resolved, it is understood.
Sky's Kwiatkowski clinches Tirreno-Adriatico
Team Sky's Michal Kwiatkowski secured overall victory at Tirreno-Adriatico following the final stage time trial.
Three deaths mar Cape Town Cycle Tour
The Cape Town Cycle Tour, held on Sunday in the South African city, was marred by the deaths of two cyclists and one course marshal.
Injured Cavendish ruled out of Tirreno-Adriatico
British cyclist Mark Cavendish suffered a fractured rib and facial injuries in a crash on the opening stage of the Tirreno-Adriatico in Italy.
Lappartient: Team Sky needs investigating
World cycling's governing body should launch its own investigation into Team Sky after a parliamentary report accused the British team of "crossing an ethical line", the International Cycling Union president David Lappartient has said.
Landis: Strip Wiggins; Team Sky should end
Floyd Landis has called for Sir Bradley Wiggins to be stripped of his 2012 Tour de France title in the wake of allegations made in a parliamentary report.
Tour de France chief wants Froome resolution
Tour de France director Christian Prudhomme has demanded a resolution to the Chris Froome doping case before the Briton is allowed to defend his title.
Wiggins slams doping claims as 'malicious'
Sir Bradley Wiggins has vehemently denied cheating during his career and claimed he is the victim of a "malicious" attempt to "smear" his reputation.
Wiggins, Sky crossed 'ethical line,' UK MPs say
A British parliamentary committee alleges in a doping investigation report that Bradley Wiggins used a banned powerful corticosteroid to enhance his performance while preparing to win the Tour de France in 2012.
Dutch start track cycling worlds with 2 golds
The Netherlands won two gold medals and a silver in front of their home fans on the opening day of the track cycling world championships.
Team GB men win silver at UCI tracks
The trio won silver for Great Britain in the men's team sprint at the UCI Track Cycling World Championships in Apeldoorn.
Wiggins launches attack on Team Sky
Former cycling champion Sir Bradley Wiggins has issued a scathing assessment of Team Sky and warned young riders to avoid the organisation.
Africa's Team loses Cavendish from Abu Dhabi Tour
Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka's Mark Cavendish will miss the remainder of the Abu Dhabi Tour after crashing out during the opening stage on Wednesday.
Froome fails to fire amid drug test investigation
British cyclist Chris Froome has finished 10th at the Ruta del Sol in his first competition since news of his failed drugs test broke.
Froome return set despite doping scandal
Chris Froome will begin his 2018 season at the Ruta del Sol despite being subject to a UCI investigation over a failed drugs test from last year's Vuelta a Espana.
Greipel bags stage as Impey wins Down Under
South African Daryl Impey finished top of the overall classification to win the Tour Down Under, while Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka's Nicholas Dlamini triumphed in the King of the Mountains competition.
Impey takes leader's jersey at Tour Down Under
Daryl Impey finished just close enough in Saturday's penultimate stage of the Tour Down Under cycling race to take the leader's jersey on a count back from the defending champion Richie Porte.
UCI chief: Team Sky should suspend Froome
UCI President David Lappartient insists Team Sky should suspend Chris Froome after his urine test at last year's Vuelta Espana, showed double the allowed amount of the asthma medication Salbutamol.
Landis: Ban for Froome would end Team Sky
Former road cyclist Floyd Landis has warned that the UCI investigation into Chris Froome's use of salbutamol could lead to the end of Team Sky, should it end with a ban for the British rider.
Froome still available to represent GB
Chris Froome is "available for selection" for Great Britain despite being in a fight to avoid a doping ban, British Cycling chief executive Julie Harrington has reaffirmed.
Ayesha McGowan plans to be the first African-American female pro cyclist
When she was younger, Ayesha McGowan looked up to African-American sports heroes like Venus and Serena Williams and Jackie Joyner-Kersee. But what she never saw were female African-American cyclists. Now she's on a mission to change that.
Tyler Wright: 2017 'more about myself'
Tyler Wright has solidified her spot in surfing history with her performances in a sport that almost killed her brother Owen. She tells Anna Katherine Clay how she got this far, and why she's not even close to finished with back-to-back world titles.
Bardet: Froome case hits cycling's credibility
French cyclist Romain Bardet believes the ongoing uncertainty surrounding Chris Froome's adverse drugs test has damaged the credibility of the sport.
Cookson: I knew of Froome's urine test result
Brian Cookson was made aware of four-time Tour de France champion Chris Froome's adverse analytical finding in his final hours in office as head of cycling's world governing body.
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