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Gilbert wins Three Days of De Panne
Belgian Philippe Gilbert sealed victory in the Three Days of De Panne after Australian Luke Durbridge won Thursday's fourth-stage time trial. Read full article
Kristoff wins De Panne stage
Kristoff won a bunch sprint ahead of Belgium's Edward Theuns and German ace Marcel Kittel to claim stage two of the Three Days of De Panne after a hilly 193km ride from Zottegem on Wednesday. Read full article
Gilbert takes De Panne opener
Belgian Philippe Gilbert won Tuesday's opening stage of the final warm-up event ahead of Sunday's prestigious Tour of Flanders. Read full article
Swiss training pays off for Beyers
South African track star Bernette Beyers credits lessons learnt during a Swiss training camp for her two titles at the African Continental Track Championships in Durban last week. Read full article
Doctor insists he gave Wiggins legal drug
The doctor at the centre of a doping rules row involving British cycling great Bradley Wiggins has insisted he gave the multiple Olympic champion a legal decongestant. Read full article
Security ramped up for Tour of Flanders
Concrete blocks will line the route of Sunday's Tour of Flanders to prevent possible ram raid attacks, organisers announced, as Belgium ramps up security for the high-profile cycle race. Read full article
Wiggins slams marginal gains as 'a load of rubbish'
Bradley Wiggins has labelled the marginal gains philosophy said to underpin much of British Cycling's recent success as "a load of rubbish". Read full article
Team effort yields no result for DiData
The dream season continued for Greg van Avermaet (BMC Racing) as he won the Gent-Wevelgem on Sunday, beating Jens Keukeleire (Orica-Scott) in a two-man sprint. Read full article
Avermaet wins third cobbled classic this year
Olympic champion Greg Van Avermaet completed a 48-hour cobbled classic double by winning Gent-Wevelgem on Sunday. Read full article
Schurter, Stirnemann win Cape Epic
There was a second stage win for the SCOTT-SRAM Young Guns of Michiel van der Heijden and Andri Frischknecht at the Grand Finale of the 2017 Absa Cape Epic. Read full article
Valverde seals Catalonia win in style
Alejandro Valverde completed his second Tour of Catalonia win on Sunday with his third stage win of the seven-day race to top an all Spanish podium. Read full article
Leaders take firm grip at Cape Epic
With just one day to go, both the men’s and women’s overall race leaders at the Absa Cape Epic have their hands firmly on the respective crowns. Read full article
SA's Impey wins stage six in Catalonia
South African rider Daryl Impey claimed stage six of the Tour of Catalonia on Saturday as Alejandro Valverde extended his overall lead to 53 seconds over Alberto Contador. Read full article
Wiggins defends integrity after allegations
Bradley Wiggins has described allegations that he may have broken anti-doping rules while with Team Sky as "the worst thing to be accused of". Read full article
Stransky, Mclean set for Zuurber
Despite suffering broken bones in two separate incidents, Springbok legend Joel Stransky and former professional cyclist Andrew Mclean are still set to take part in the PwC Great Zuurberg Trek. Read full article
Van Avermaet wins Flanders warm-up
Olympic champion Greg Van Avermaet continued his hot streak by winning the E3 Harelbeke one-day cobbled classic in Belgium on Friday in a "poker game". Read full article
Valverde takes Catalonia lead
Alejandro Valverde took control of the Tour of Catalonia by winning his second stage of this year's edition on Friday ahead of Chris Froome and Alberto Contador. Read full article
Schurter, Stirnemann make it SCOTT-SCOTT
The Men’s category is set for a thrilling finale after Olympic cross-country champion Nino Schurter and teammate Matthias Stirnemann claimed their first stage win of the 2017 Absa Cape Epic on Friday. Read full article
Wheels in motion for TdF Chinese revolution
Selling the world's most famous cycle race to a country where an estimated 450 million people own a bike hardly sounds like a revolutionary concept. Read full article
Two top 10 results for DiData in Bartali
Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka claimed two Top 10 results on the opening day of the Coppi e Bartali, which comprised a morning road stage and an afternoon team time trial. Read full article
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