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  1. Tributes pour in for Belgian cyclist Michael Goolaerts after his death in Paris-Roubaix raceRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 8 | Daily Mail

    Reed holds his nerve to secure maiden Masters title on home soil despite late charges from Fowler and Spieth at Augusta... but McIlroy's Grand Slam wait goes on after another Sunday setback MARTIN SAMUEL: Man City missed once-in-a-lifetime chance to rub United faces in the dirt... you blew it, Pep! JAMIE REDKNAPP: United's win at City could be a turning point for Mourinho... plus my team of the weekend Sir Alex's thousand-yard stare was back... Mourinho was facing the end, then in a flash he'd saved his skin Ferrari to launch full investigation after mechanic is struck by Raikkonen's car as FIA fines team A 45,000 for incident Spieth is a picture of regret as he rues narrowly missing out on Masters win to Reed despite final day resurgence Ferrari mechanic who suffered leg break after being struck by Kimi Raikkonen's car at Bahrain Grand Prix undergoes surgery Same old Blues 'bore' boss: ... (more)

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  2. Dutch Dreams: Terpstra and van der Breggen Dominate Ronde Van VlaanderenRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 1 | Podium Cafe

    Quick Step's Niki Terpstra taught the cycling world a lesson you'd think they know by now: that the strongest guy on the strongest team can't be stopped. Today Terpstra was the ace to play in a cagey Ronde van Vlaanderen, and the Dutchman completed the career Cobbled Monument Double with a solo victory in Oudenaarde, becoming the first Dutch winner in 32 years.

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  3. Chris Froome describes latest reports on salbutamol case as 'fake news'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 31 | Cycling News

    Chris Froome described reports that his salbutamol case has been sent to the UCI's Anti-Doping Tribunal as 'fake news' on Friday evening, only to delete the twitter message a few hours later. The French newspaper Le Monde reported on Friday that Froome's case had been transferred from the UCI Legal Anti-Doping Services to its Anti-Doping Tribunal, suggesting that the UCI LADS had rejected Froome's explanations as to why his level of salbutamol was double the 1000ng/ml permitted level.

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  4. Chris Froome's defence team may question validity of salbutamol testRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 30 | Cycling News

    The French newspaper Le Monde reported on Friday that Chris Froome 's salbutamol case has gone from the UCI Legal Anti-Doping Services to its Anti-Doping Tribunal. It was reported in February that the case was headed to the Tribunal and that it was expected to start proceedings within the month.

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  5. Chris Froome suffers blow as UCI reject explanation for failed testRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 30 | Daily Mail

    'I must not lose. Too many people are relying on me': Joshua puts pressure on himself to defeat Parker as he aims to build on legacy Ibrahimovic reveals he wanted to join LA Galaxy BEFORE his move to United: 'Destiny said I was going to come here' PETER CROUCH: Salah is my player of the year and would light up my team of the season with De Gea in goal and Kane up front Player bust-ups, public rows with Chelsea's board and brutal training sessions... how Conte went from title winner to the brink of making exit California Love! Ibrahimovic given warm welcome by his new Galaxy pals as he receives a slap during first training session Sky Sports AXE transfer deadline day presenter Natalie Sawyer and her colleagues were instructed NOT to mention her shock departure on air Simpson reveals his PFA Team of the Year with SEVEN Man City stars in line-up... but who does he rate as the best? Joshua ... (more)

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  6. Sport24.co.za | Setback for Froome in doping investigationRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 30 | News24

    The UCI, cycling's governing body, has rejected Chris Froome's explanations as unfounded and referred his case to an anti-doping court, French daily Le Monde reported on Friday. Sky and Froome had hoped the UCI would find there were no grounds to penalise the four-time Tour de France winner, instead the UCI have opened the door to disciplinary proceedings by sending the adverse doping test Froome returned at the Vuelta a Espana last season to the Court for Arbitration in Sport.

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  7. Hosking to lead Ale Cipollini at Dwars door Vlaanderen - Women's news shortsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 27 | Cycling News

    ... Siggaard, Kasia Pawlowska, Sara Penton, Claudia Koster, Katrine Aalerud and Barbara Guarischi Top Girls - Fassa Bortolo will line up a with a young team at Dwars door Vlaanderen in Tielt led by their top climber Vania Canvelli. The riders, ranging ...

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  8. Bora-Hansgrohe name team to back Peter Sagan at Tour of FlandersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 28 | Cycling News

    Bora-Hansgrohe have named the team to support Peter Sagan at this weekend's Tour of Flanders, with the world champion supported by experienced Classics men Daniel Oss and Marcus Burghardt. Sagan is aiming to win a second Tour of Flanders title after taking victory in the 2016 edition ahead of Fabian Cancellara and Sep Vanmarcke, his first and only Monument success.

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  9. Global Rock Wool Insulation Market by Manufacturers, Types, Regions and Application Research ReportRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 28 | Emailwire.com

    ... Rockwool Core Solutions, Siderise Group, Caparol, Eterno Ivica Srl, Eurisol, Glassrock Insulation Company, Fassa Bortolo,Celenit and others. Purchase a copy of this report at: When taking a ...

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  10. Demol: Degenkolb has not been at his best since his accidentRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 26, 2018 | Cycling News

    Trek-Segafredo director Dirk Demol says John Degenkolb has never been the same since the Sunweb training accident of early 2016 , but insisted that talent doesn't simply disappear and the German can rediscover his best level, maybe even for Paris-Roubaix in two weeks' time. Degenkolb could do little wrong in the spring of 2015, winning both Milan-San Remo and Paris-Roubaix.

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  11. Peter Sagan: Gent-Wevelgem is very different to the Tour of FlandersRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 25, 2018 | Cycling News

    Rumours of his demise, it seems, were greatly exaggerated. There were more questions than answers after Peter Sagan 's subdued showing at E3 Harelbeke on Friday, but a third victory at Gent-Wevelgem on Sunday will have dispelled any lingering doubts surrounding the world champion's form ahead of the Tour of Flanders .

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  12. "Gent" - Wevelgem 80: Sep's RevengeRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 23, 2018 | Podium Cafe

    When I called out "Three" Days of De Panne in the race preview for lack of truth in advertising, Chris made a good point that false advertising was in fact a calling card of the non-shit small races. You've got "E3" Harelbeke, "Paris"-Roubaix, "Dwars" door Vlaanderen , and the Cadel Evans "Great" Ocean Road Race.

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  13. Chris Froome: Lappartient should raise his concerns in person - not through the mediaRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 8, 2018 | Cycling News

    Chris Froome has responded to David Lappartient's assertion that it would be a "disaster" if he were to race the this year's Tour de France with his doping case unresolved, telling Cyclingnews that the UCI president should voice his concerns directly instead of through the media. Lappartient was hard hitting in an interview with the BBC on Wednesday.

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  14. Tour de Suisse 2018 to open with team time trialRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 5, 2018 | Cycling News

    The route of the 2018 Tour de Suisse has been announced and will feature 1,194 kilometres of racing, 16,797 metres of altitude gain and an opening team time trial. After detailing the start and finish towns last September, the Tour de Suisse organisers have unveiled the complete route of the nine-day race.

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  15. Kwiatkowski focuses on a third victory at Strade BiancheRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 2, 2018 | Cycling News

    Michal Kwiatkowski is focused on winning Strade Bianche rather than thinking about the glory and recognition that a third victory would mean to his career. Only Fabian Cancellara has won Strade Bianche three times, and he's the only rider to have a sector of dirt road named in his honour.

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  16. Snow turns to rain to set up epic Strade BiancheRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 2, 2018 | Cycling News

    Peter Sagan celebrates a Cannondale 1-2 in Siena's Piazza del Campo behind Moreno Moser at the Strade Bianche. Fabian Cancellara racing the new Trek Domane to a win at Strade Bianche ahead of Zdenek Stybar The snow that has fallen on the Tuscan hills and covered the Strade Bianche gravel roads in recent days has begun to melt as temperatures rise, but rain is forecast for Saturday's races, setting up an epic edition of the sport's newest one-day Classic.

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  17. Brambilla out of Strade Bianche with pneumoniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 1, 2018 | Cycling News

    Trek-Segafredo 's options for Strade Bianche suffered a blow Thursday when the team announced that Gianluca Brambilla , third in the race in 2016, had to be pulled from the roster after being diagnosed with pneumonia. Brambilla will also miss a planned start at Tirreno-Adriatico, according to the team's Twitter update.

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  18. Valverde recovers to lead Movistar at Strade BiancheRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 1, 2018 | Cycling News

    Movistar have confirmed that Alejandro Valverde will lead the Spanish WorldTour team at this weekend's Strade Bianche despite falling ill as he returned home from the Abu Dhabi Tour . Carlos Betancur is also set to make his season debut after pulling out of the Colombia Oro y Paz event in January while he continued to recover from injuries he picked up at the end of last year.

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  19. Trek-Segafredo name strong Strade Bianche squadRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 26, 2018 | Cycling News

    American WorldTour team Trek-Segafredo has named its team for the one-day Strade Bianche race with a number of riders capable of challenging for victory. The team won the race in 2016 with Fabian Cancellara and starts Saturday's race confident of further success.

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  20. Valgren: Cancellara was a lucky charm for meRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 24, 2018 | Cycling News

    Of all the newspaper pull-outs and race programmes distributed in Belgium on Saturday morning, none had Michael Valgren down as even a one-star favourite for Omloop Het Nieuwsblad . The Danish rider, however, confirmed his emergence as a cobbled Classics rider with a stylish victory that was inspired in part by a certain Fabian Cancellara .

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