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  1. Wout van Aert extends with Crelan-Vastgoedservice - News ShortsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 22 | Cycling News

    Cyclo-cross World Champion Wout van Aert has extended his contract with Belgian Continental team Crelan-Vastgoedservice until the end of the 2018 season. Van Aert will next line up for Crelan-Vastgoedservice at the Belgian Championships with teammates Jens Adams,Tim Merlier and Rob Peeters.

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  2. As Tour looms, Quintana proves form with Route du Sud winRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 19 | Velonews

    Nairo Quintana, whose improved time trial skills helped him win the Tour de Romandie in April, claimed a TT win and the overall at the Route du Sud. Photo: Tim De Waele Nairo Quintana leaves the Route du Sud with another win in his pocket, and his confidence flying sky high .

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  3. WorldTour tech: Criterium du Dauphine mega galleryRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 14 | Cycling News

    The Dauphine had many Tour de France contenders in attendance. Chris Froome won this year's event while pushing this huge 54 tooth elliptical chainring New editions of POC's DO Blades were spotted.

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  4. Quintana the rider to beat in final Tour tune-upRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 14 | Velonews

    Nairo Quintana is the star attraction of the four-day Route du Sud that kicks off Wednesday in his final tune-up before July's Tour de France. The two-time Tour runner-up has been training at altitude in Colombia since closing out his European spring campaign with a victory at the Tour de Romandie in early May. While most Tour-bound favorites raced the CritA rium du DauphinA or this week's Tour de Suisse, Quintana chose Route du Sud for the second year in a row.

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  5. Froome leads Dauphine after winRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 10 | Sky Sports

    The Team Sky rider attacked out of a heavily reduced peloton with 2.6km remaining to the summit finish in Vaujony and beat Richie Porte into second place by one second. Previous race leader Alberto Contador initially followed Froome's acceleration but couldn't maintain the pace and was dropped about 400m later, eventually finishing 21 seconds down in fifth.

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  6. Chris Froome closes in on leader Alberto Contador as Edvald Boasson ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 9 | Daily Mail

    He's 18, just been signed by Dortmund for 5m and he could be a star for Turkey at Euro 2016... so, who is Emre Mor? Chris Froome closes in on leader Alberto Contador as Edvald Boasson Hagen wins stage four of the Criterium du Dauphine Alberto Contador saw his lead trimmed as Edvald Boasson Hagen won stage four of the Criterium du Dauphine on Thursday. Spain's Contador was caught the wrong side of a split in the peloton caused by a late crash and defending champion Chris Froome was the main beneficiary.

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  7. Froome cuts Contador's leadRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 9 | Sky Sports

    Chris Froome cut Alberto Contador's lead to four seconds and moved up to second place overall on a flat fourth stage of the Criterium du Dauphine won by Edvald Boasson Hagen. Froome finished in the front group in 14th place on the day, but both Contador and Richie Porte were held up by a late crash and crossed the line nine seconds later in 29th and 31st respectively.

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  8. Cycling: Boasson Hagen storms to Criterium fourth stage winRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 9 | Channelnewsasia.com

    Edvald Boasson Hagen stormed to victory in a thrilling bunch sprint on stage four of the Criterium du Dauphine on Thursday, after a flat but windy 176km run from Tain L'Hermitage to Belley. Dimension Data Norway's rider Edvald Boasson Hagen celebrates on the finish line during the fifth stage of the 68th edition of the Dauphine Criterium cycling race between Tain L'Hermitage and Belley.

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  9. Contador survives late scareRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 8 | Sky Sports

    Fabio Aru stunned the sprinters by winning solo on stage three of the Criterium du Dauphine as Alberto Contador survived a late scare to retain the overall lead. Aru moved into a solo lead with an acceleration about 15km from the flat finish in Tournon-sur-Rhone and held off the chasing sprint teams to win by two seconds.

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  10. Froome denied time gainRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 7 | Sky Sports

    Chris Froome was denied a time gain on Criterium du Dauphine leader Alberto Contador on a hilly second stage won by Spain's Jesus Herrada. Froome finished eighth in an uphill sprint to the line in Chalmazel-Jeansagniere, two seconds behind Herrada but about six seconds ahead of Contador , who was 23rd.

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  11. Albasini leads Orica-GreenEdge at GP du canton d'Argovie - News ShortsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 7 | Cycling News

    Turgis extends with Cofidis through to end of 2018, Scully opens Drapac's European account, Houle leads Canadian team at Tour de Beauce Michael Albasini will be aiming for his third GP du canton d'Argovie victory this coming week with his Orica-GreenEdge team. Albasini won the race in 2011 and 2013 and has also finished fourth, fifth and was second last year to Alexander Kristoff .

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  12. Porte holds on to second spot in DauphineRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 7 | Yahoo!

    Tour de France champion Chris Froome almost took a tumble as Cofidis rider Nacer Bouhanni sprinted to victory in the first stage of the Criterium du Dauphine in Saint-Vulbas. Alberto Contador held on to the yellow jersey with Australia's Richie Porte in second place, six seconds behind the Spaniard.

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  13. Kristoff out of luck after 'fight' with Bouhanni in Criterium du Dauphine sprintRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 6 | Cycling News

    The Norwegian was one of the leading favourites to take the first road stage of this year's race but in a frantic finale, in which he and his Katusha team fought tooth and nail with Nacer Bouhanni 's Cofidis leadout, he missed out. The Frenchman came away with the stage while Kristoff was forced to settle for 11th, almost coming down inside the last 200 metres after touching wheels with his leadout man.

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  14. Contador stays safe in sprint final at the Criterium du DauphineRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 6 | Cycling News

    What started out as a relatively routine, almost placid day at the Criterium du Dauphine , exploded into life inside the final few kilometres. Nacer Bouhanni boxed his way to victory ahead of Jens Debusschere and Sam Bennett, while Cofidis and Katusha fought for supremacy ahead of a finish that saw several riders touch shoulders and push the lines of leadout regulations to their limits.

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  15. Froome survives close calls in Criterium du Dauphine's first sprint finishRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 6 | Cycling News

    Chris Froome 's Criterium du Dauphine hopes nearly came crashing down Monday during stage 1 as the Team Sky leader twice had to swerve to avoid contact in the final kilometres while the sprinters' team battled aggressively for position. In the end, Nacer Bouhanni took the win and Froome finished safely in the bunch to maintain his third pace overall position behind race leader Alberto Contador and runner-up Richie Porte .

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  16. Bouhanni channels his inner-Ali, and rivals call foulRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 6 | Velonews

    Nacer Bouhanni won stage 1 of the DauphinA , but some fellow pros felt he was out of line in the sprint. Photo: Tim De Waele Nacer Bouhanni channeled his inner Muhammad Ali during Monday's wild sprint finale at CritA rium du DauphinA , and his fellow pros called him out for it.

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  17. Sport news update, what you need to knowRead the original story

    Monday Jun 6 | Yahoo!

    Stephen Curry has withdrawn from consideration for the US basketball team for the Olympic Games in Rio to allow a knee injury time to heal. SOCCER - Fuelled by an injection of young talent, the Socceroos' full-back positions are no longer such a problem area for coach Ange Postecoglou.

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  18. French cyclist Bouhanni dedicates Dauphine stage win to Ali...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 6 | Yahoo!

    Frenchman Nacer Bouhanni won a sprint finish on the opening stage of the Criterium du Dauphine on Monday, and dedicated his success to deceased boxing legend Muhammad Ali. The 25-year-old is a keen amateur boxer and his first thought after crossing the line at the end of a 186km trek from Cluses to Saint-Vulbas was for Ali.

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  19. Cycling: Bouhanni dedicates Dauphine stage win to AliRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 6 | Channelnewsasia.com

    Frenchman Nacer Bouhanni won a sprint finish on the opening stage of the Criterium du Dauphine on Monday, and dedicated his success to deceased boxing legend Muhammad Ali. Cofidis' French rider Nacer Bouhanni celebrates on the finish line during the opening stage , next to Belgian rider Jens Debusschere and Irish rider Sam Bennett , of the 68th edition of the Dauphine Criterium cycling race in Saint-Vulbas.

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  20. Bennett beaten to Dauphine stage in sprint finishRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 6 | RTE.ie

    Cofidis rider Nacer Bouhanni snatched victory from Irish cyclist Sam Bennett on stage one of the Critrium du Dauphin as Dan Martin maintained his overall position of fourth. The 25-year-old Bora-Argon rider edged past Bouhanni and Jens Debusschere in the final kilometre of the 186km stage that took the cyclists from Cluses to Saint-Vulbas, but the Frenchman attacked in the final 50 metres to take the win.

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