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Terpstra wins Tour of Flanders

Dutchman Niki Terpstra completedĀ a personal cobbled classics double by winning the prestigious Tour of Flanders on Sunday. Four years after triumphing at Paris-Roubaix – another of cycling’s five ‘Monument’ one-day races – the Quick-Step rider launched a daring solo breakaway with 25km left to take a hugely impressive victory. The 22-year-old Dane Mads Pedersen was ...

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Cavendish to race in Six Day London

Mark Cavendish has announced he will return to race in Six Day London this October. The 32-year-old former world champion has finished second in each of the past two editions, and has announced he will look to go one better at the Lee Valley VeloPark between October 23-28. Cavendish teamed up with fellow Manxman Peter Kennaugh last year, narrowly missing ...

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Roles revamp at British Cycling

British Cycling has announced three new senior roles as part of its governance overhaul following the bullying and doping allegations that emerged in 2016 and 2017. The new positions are an integrity and compliance director, cycling delivery director and strategy director. The first of those comes as a direct result of the claims raised by former Great Britain track rider ...

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