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Vuelta a Guatemala winner Velásquez tests positive

The winner of this year’s Vuelta a Guatemala , Nery Vel

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2010 Tour: Details of Belgian stages emerge

Good news for all those who plan to see the early stages of the next Tour de France in the Netherlands and Belgium: the exact locations of the stage one finish and start of stage two are reportedly determined. Tour de France organiser Amaury Sports Organisation (ASO) has not yet confirmed the exact route of […]

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Schleck eyes Tour advantage over Contador

Andy Schleck (Saxo Bank) has already begun to plan how he can beat two-time Tour de France winner Alberto Contador in next year’s race. Contador will pass through the mountains without problems if he has two or three mountain helpers, Schleck told Le Quotidien . “But his problem will be the pav

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 The direction of Fumiyuki Beppu's 2010 season remains in limbo after discussions between RadioShack team manager Johan Bruyneel and Skil-Shimano concluded that the Japanese rider remains contractually committed to the Dutch squad. Beppu was announced on Monday as part of RadioShack's 26-rider roster, despite having a year to run on his current contract with Skil-Shimano. The latter squad told Cyclingnews that they had spoken to Bruyneel, who confirmed that RadioShack had engaged Beppu on the basis ...

RadioShack leave Beppu matter to Skil-Shimano

The direction of Fumiyuki Beppu’s 2010 season remains in limbo after discussions between RadioShack team manager Johan Bruyneel and Skil-Shimano concluded that the Japanese rider remains contractually committed to the Dutch squad. Beppu was announced on Monday as part of RadioShack’s 26-rider roster, despite having a year to run on his current contract with Skil-Shimano. […]

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 In its fourth year the Trans Germany is striking out on a new path. True to its motto of "travelling through the most attractive mountain bike areas of Germany", the stage race will be organised on a new route for 2010. In the years to come, several other course alternatives will be used. In 2010, the race will shrink to four days and move to a slightly earlier spot on the calendar, June 2-5. It will happen in the southwestern part of Germany, tentatively kicking off in Garmisch-Partenkirchen ...

Trans Germany breaks new ground

In its fourth year the Trans Germany is striking out on a new path. True to its motto of “travelling through the most attractive mountain bike areas of Germany”, the stage race will be organised on a new route for 2010. In the years to come, several other course alternatives will be used. In 2010, […]

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Reaction from Vuelta’s final stage

Philip Deignan (Cerv

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 Prior to the start of stage nineteen, Caisse d'Epargne directeur sportif Alfonso Galilea told Cyclingnews that if Alejandro Valverde preserved the same time gaps over his rivals by the end of the day, the team would be satisfied. Things worked out better than that, with closest rival Robert Gesink dropping to sixth overall and the Spaniard nabbing a 16-second time bonus for second on the stage. As was expected, Samuel Sanchez (Euskaltel Euskadi) launched an attack going over the top of the final ...

Caisse d’Epargne quietly confident

Prior to the start of stage nineteen, Caisse d’Epargne directeur sportif Alfonso Galilea told Cyclingnews that if Alejandro Valverde preserved the same time gaps over his rivals by the end of the day, the team would be satisfied. Things worked out better than that, with closest rival Robert Gesink dropping to sixth overall and the […]

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Vuelta victory dream over for Gesink

Dutch hope Robert Gesink indisputably has been one of the best climbers in this year’s Vuelta a Espa

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Kreuziger comes up short in Ávila

Liquigas rider Roman Kreuizer tried to salvage a quiet Vuelta a Espa

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Gesink and Mosquera get all clear to continue

Crash victims Robert Gesink and Ezquiel Mosquera have been given the green light to start Thursday’s 18th stage of the Vuelta a Espa

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