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Team Rwanda riding for yellow in home race

A collective show of strength from the Rwandan teams at the Tour of Rwanda saw the races battle for yellow ignite on stage 4. Taking control on the 120km stage from Musanze in the north to Nyamata in the south, the performance saw the first major reshuffle of the general classification. Stage 1 and 3 winner Joseph Areruya is back in yellow and there are five Rwandans in the top-10 overall. Although Areruya is racing with the Dimension Data for Qhubeka team in 2017, his stage victories and claim...


Bradley Wiggins, Team Sky and UKAD's report – Podcast

In this week’s podcast episode, Cyclingnews editor-in-chief Daniel Benson and the Times’ Jeremy Whittle discuss the end of the UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) investigation into Team Sky, British Cycling, Bradley Wiggins and the alleged anti-doping violation. We look at the ramifications of the case; where this leaves the reputations of those involved, and we’ll look back at the key points that led to Wednesday’s news that no charges would be brought by UKAD. The case was launched in September 2016, whe...


Overall battle takes shape at Tour of Rwanda

With two category one climbs and the majority of the day at 1,700 metres and higher in elevation, stage 4 of the Tour of Rwanda promised to be a decisive day in the battle for the overall. And so it proved after 120 kilometres of hard-fought racing to force the first significant reshuffle of the general classification. In Nyamata, it was Dimension Data for Qhubeka coming up trumps with its third stage win and the second stint in the yellow jersey. It was a collective aggressive showing by the R...


Fencing, rock climbing, running - AG2R's action-packed winter camp

The AG2R La Mondiale team gathered in Vaujany in the French Alps this week for its first off-season camp of the winter, and it was action-packed as ever, with a range of activities on offer for the riders.  Fencing, trail running, rock climbing, mountain biking, and hiking was all on offer for the riders as they enjoyed the surroundings of one of the most picturesque training camp locations in professional cycling.  The team said goodbye to Christophe Riblon who is retiring, and hello to new r...


Losada announces retirement - News Shorts

Alberto Losada has raced his last as a professional road cyclist, according to Spanish newspaper Marca. The 35-year-old Spaniard was out of contract at Katusha-Alpecin and has taken the decision to end his 12-year career, though he is set to continue to ride competitively on the mountain bike. On the road Im not continuing - I can assure you of that, Losada told Marca. Im creating a business linked to cycling and I will continue competing at a high level in marathon mountain biking.ADVERTISEME...


Cunego to retire after 2018 Giro d'Italia

Damiano Cunego has announced that he plans to retire after the 2018 Giro d’Italia, bringing the curtain down on a professional career that yielded victory in the race as a 22-year-old in 2004. Cunego’s Nippo-Vini Fantini team has still to secure a wildcard berth for next year’s Giro – having failed to earn an invitation in 2017 – meaning that he might yet be denied a grand send-off at the corsa rosa. The 36-year-old confirmed to La Gazzetta dello Sport that, regardless of whether he makes it to...


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