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  1. Froome's Vuelta a Espana back on track on Cumbre del SolRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Cycling News

    Chris Froome came within a whisker of claiming his first Vuelta a Espaa stage win in four years after the Sky rider dug deep to go clear on the Cumbre del Sol climb in what was the Briton's first real show of strength in the Spanish Grand Tour.

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  2. Rodriguez misses out on Vuelta a Espana stage win but shows strong mountain formRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Cycling News

    Joaquim Rodriguez could not fulfil widespread expectations that he would take a stage win on the short, ultra steep Cumbre del Sol stage, but barring disaster on Monday, the veteran Catalan rider nonetheless will end the Vuelta a Espana 's first segment as the best placed pre-race favourite. Twice a stage winner this summer in the Tour de France, on Sunday Rodriguez seemed caught in the crossfire as Tom Dumoulin and Chris Froome engaged in their thrilling duel for the victory.

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  3. Dumoulin surprises himself at Vuelta a Espana summitRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Cycling News

    For the past couple of years, Tom Dumoulin has quietly pulled out the occasional strong performance in the high mountains yet repeatedly downplayed the prospect of testing his credentials as a Grand Tour rider at this early stage in his development. "I won't race for 10th place on GC," the Dutchman told Cyclingnews in Estepona earlier in the week when asked about his overall prospects at this Vuelta a Espaa , though, in hindsight, the proviso was instructive: "It needs to be either really good or else I'll just save myself a little bit."

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  4. Crash injuries slow Valverde on Vuelta a Espana summit finishRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Cycling News

    The climb of the Alto de Puig Llorena didn't quite have Alejandro Valverde 's name written all over it that honour belonged to Joaquim Rodriguez, whose father painted the road in his honour the night before but his Movistar team certainly had earmarked stage 9 of the Vuelta a Espaa as a major rendezvous in the race for final overall honours. The men in navy blue were prominent in chasing down the early escapees on the approach to the short final ascent, and once the road began to climb, both Valverde and his teammate Nairo Quintana were on the offensive, putting Chris Froome in difficulty as they bounded up the 19% slopes that reared up a kilometre in.

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  5. Chaves concedes Vuelta a Espana lead on Cumbre del SolRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Cycling News

    After almost a week of leading the Vuelta a Espaa , Esteban Chaves finally threw in the towel on the short but painfully difficult climb of Cumbre del Sol and dropped to third overall. A double stage winner at El Caminito del Rey and again at Cazorla, Chaves responded well to the early moves on the Cumbre del Sol climb but suddenly came to the end of his strength less than a kilometre to go.

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  6. News shorts: Aru sees progress, Fraile extends mountains lead in Vuelta a EspanaRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Cycling News

    ... and it worked out well." Mark Cavendish continued his bid to be selected for Great Britain's Olympic Track Cycling team next year at the 22nd Internationales Radsport Meeting for Sprint and Omnium on a 250m outdoor track in Dudenhofen, Germany. ...

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  7. 'Gutted' Chris Froome pipped by Tom Dumoulin fightbackRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The Independent

    The double Tour de France winner attacked some 300 metres from the line on the ultra-steep ascent of Cumbres del Sol Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies Chris Froome gave his first strong indication of rising form in the Vuelta a Espana yesterday as he finished a narrowly defeated second on one of the race's hardest summit finishes.

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  8. Tom Dumoulin pips Chris Froome to Vuelta stage winRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | Scotsman.com

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. TOM Dumoulin passed Tour de France winner Chris Froome with just 50 metres remaining in a steep climb to win the ninth stage and take the overall lead of the Vuelta a Espana.

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  9. Cummings battling at Vuelta a Espana for second Grand Tour stage winRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Cycling News

    Following on from his spectacular win at Mende airfield in the 2015 Tour de France , Steve Cummings has returned to the Vuelta a Espana after a three year absence on the hunt for another Grand Tour stage victory and with his eye on the UCI Road World Championships this September, too. The 34-year-old has good memories of his previous Vuelta participation in 2012, when he clinched a stage after powering out of the break in the north-western seaport of Ferrol.

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  10. Dumoulin edges Froome for Vuelta ninth stage and overall leadRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | ABC News

    Dutch rider Tom Dumoulin has edged out Chris Froome in a frantic finale to claim victory and the overall race lead on the ninth stage of Spain's Vuelta. The Giant-Alpecin rider accelerated past Froome on the final 100m of a category one climb to the finish of the 168.3km stage from Torrevieja to Cumbre del Sol to win in a time of 4hr 09min 55sec.

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  11. Ewan's greatest dayRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Fiji Times

    Australia's Caleb Ewan has hailed his fifth stage win in the Vuelta a Espana as the best moment of his career. The 21-year-old, tackling his debut Vuelta, prevailed in a dash for the line after a 167.5 kilometre ride from Rota to Alcala de Guadaira.

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  12. Kristoff grabs gold at Grand Prix Ouest France PlouayRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Velonews

    A five-man break came to naught short of the finish to the 229.1km WorldTour race, and in a sprint of some 50 riders Kristoff outkicked Simone Ponzi and Ramunas Navardauskas for the win. "Everything went how we planned it," said Kristoff after scoring his 20th win of the season.

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  13. New pre-World's program for Gilbert due to time difference with AmericaRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Cycling News

    ... the World Championships for the centennial of the Union Cycliste International, which was founded in Paris by the cycling associations of France, Belgium, Italy, Switzerland and the USA. He was a junior and one of the favorites. He attacked and got ...

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  14. Van Garderen to miss TTT world championships after Vuelta a Espana crashRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Cycling News

    BMC have confirmed that Tejay van Garderen will not be part of the team for this year's world team time trial championships after fracturing his shoulder and suffering other injuries during the high-speed crash at the Vuelta a Espana on Saturday. Kris Boeckmans , Nacer Bouhanni and Dan Martin also went down hard in the crash, which was apparently caused when Boeckmans hit a hole in the road while drinking from a bottle.

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  15. Sideswipe: Butternuts with attitudeRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald

    On Saturday, Steve returned to where he had parked in a seniors park at the Glenfield Shopping Centre and found an anonymous note on his motorbike. "It read: 'Hope you are a senior! If not, you shouldn't be parked here'.

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  16. Vaughters hints Uran to join Cannondale-GarminRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Velonews

    ... eaction). Andrew Hood cut his journalistic teeth at Colorado dailies before the web boom opened the door to European cycling in the mid-1990s. Hood has covered every Tour de France since 1996 and has been VeloNews' European correspondent since 2002.

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  17. Vuelta a Espa a - Terrific Dumoulin denies Froome to move back into redRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Yahoo!

    An extraordinary performance from Tom Dumoulin saw the Dutchman move back into the race lead of the Vuelta a EspaA a after pipping Chris Froome for victory in a dramatic uphill conclusion to stage nine at Cumbre del Sol, writes Felix Lowe. Giant-Alpecin all-rounder Dumoulin put in a series of stinging attacks on the decisive climb of the Alto de Puig LlorenA a at the business end of the 168km stage from Torrevieja, the 24-year-old Dutchman finally rounding Tour de France champion Froome in the last 50 metres to take the biggest win of his career.

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  18. Vuelta a Espana 2015: Stage 12 Results, Latest Standings and HighlightsRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | BleacherReport

    ... in the final kilometers and was visibly upset, even kicking out at several other vehicles of the organisation, per Cycling News . Some UCI fines so far: Grmay 400 CHF (wrong jersey) Sagan 300 CHF (being angry after nearly being killed) Nibali 200 ...

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  19. Dumoulin seizes red jersey after winning fight with FroomeRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Velonews

    ... said Chaves. "He was the strongest today, so that's just the way it is. Today I wasn't at my best, but that's cycling. We're not machines. I am very tired, but it's a bit sad to lose the leadership. I would have liked to have kept it one more day." ...

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  20. Documentary Asks: Why Do We Idolize Steve Jobs?Read the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | NewsFactor

    As the man who enabled phones to play music and laptops to sing, Steve Jobs was beloved in ways few modern executives have been. When the Apple co-founder died in October 2011, admirers around the world were so moved they gathered in tearful vigil and created a range of online and real-world tributes.

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