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Del Bosque praises Spain ahead of friendly
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CyclingCycling bosses will trial mixed races in Switzerland on Friday, with men and women going head to head in team sprint tests
CyclingCycling boss Brian Cookson has branded Lance Armstrong "completely disrespectful" for aiming to ride the Tour de France route this summer for charity
CyclingCycling's international governing body (UCI) has announced tougher anti-doping measures including night-time visits by testers and an integrity test for team leaders and doctors
CyclingAs cycling deals with a scathing report into its deep-rooted culture of doping, International Cycling Union (UCI) President Brian Cookson said on Monday that cheating remains "endemic" in the sport but insisted the governing body will "no longer turn a blind eye" to the problem
CyclingCycling officials let doping flourish and broke their own rules so Lance Armstrong could cheat his way to becoming the superstar the sport badly needed, according to a scathing report into its drug culture
After years in the wilderness, disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong has finally been handed an opportunity to get back on the bike and ride on the Tour de France route once more - thanks to former England footballer Geoff Thomas
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