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McGee added to Cycling Australia Hall of Fame

Brad McGee, a five-time Olympic Games medallist, two-time world champion, and wearer of all three Grand Tour leader’s jerseys, will be inducted into the Cycling Australia Hall of Fame later this month. McGee and Jack Hoobin join Katie Mactier and Julie Speight as the inductees for 2017. “People congratulate me and I say ‘hold on, I […]

Tour de France: I’m not afraid to attack Froome, says Fabio Aru

Fabio Aru (Astana) has told Cyclingnews he has a lot of respect for Chris Froome (Team Sky), but insisted he is not afraid to attack the Team Sky leader in the Tour de France Pyrenean stages that begin on Thursday with a finish on the mountain landing strip at Peyragudes. Aru is just 18 seconds down on Froome after attacking Froome and […]

Nibali to lead Bahrain-Merida at Strade Bianche

Italian one-day race in first year on the WorldTourVincezo Nibali will travel from the Middle Eastern desert terrain of the Abu Dhabi Tour to the rolling dirt roads of Tuscany for Strade Bianche on Saturday as he leads the Bahrain-Merida team in the first WorldTour edition of the Italian one-day race. The 2016 Giro d’Italia […]

Morton: It feels like I’m racing the WorldTour for the first time

Lachlan Morton says that his return to WorldTour cycling feels like his first time at the top tier after spending two years away. After a strong 2016 campaign, Morton penned a contract with Dimension Data and is set to make his debut at the Tour Down Under in two months’ time. “That has been the […]

Pooley: Brailsford and Sky need to get their facts straight

Emma Pooley has talked to Cyclingnews about where she was on 12th June 2011 and asked Team Sky and Dave Brailsford to clarify their statements on the matter Team Sky and Dave Brailsford incorrectly suggested that a member of British Cycling staff, Simon Cope, travelled to France to meet Pooley when in fact he was delivering a […]

Tour de France stage by stage guide

For all 21 stages of this year’s race, you can find a breakdown of what to expect on each day of racing with expert analysis from the likes of Daniel Mangeas, Robbie McEwen, Stephen Roche, Robert Millar, and Bernard Thevenet. There are also stage maps and profiles for all 21 stages marked with the sprint […]

Chris Froome narrowly avoids crashing twice at the Critérium du Dauphiné

Chris Froome almost saw his Critérium du Dauphiné aspirations come crashing down in the final three kilometres of stage one on Monday, narrowly avoiding crashing twice in quick succession. The Team Sky leader was at the front of the peloton trying to stay out of trouble, but that’s exactly what he found when he nudged […]

Tsatevich responds to Giro d’Italia withdrawal

In a statement on the second rest day, directeur sportif Dmitry Konyshev said the way in which Tsatevich rode was “absolutely unacceptable” and therefore the commissaires penalty “was not enough for us”. The Russian rider has since responded to being withdrawn from the race on his personal website. “I am very upset about this situation. […]