All British UCI-ranked squads will now compete in Britain's newest international stage race.
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National governing body deems the 459-metre track unsafe for competitive use.
JLT-Condor and Raleigh-GAC have expressed their disappointment in having not been selected for this May’s inaugural Tour de Yorkshire. Sixteen teams will compete in the three-day event [May 1-3], including…
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Race starts in Anglesey and ends in London, with a summit finish atop Hartside Pass in Cumbria.
The former England footballer turned cancer fundraiser talks to CW about his friendship with the Texan.
The sport's governing body's decision allows Wiggins to compete in Britain's newest international stage race.
Can the Tour de France winner start Britain's newest international stage race?
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Jef Van Meirhaeghe managed to get into the escape group on every day of the Tour of Oman, earning himself the combativity award
Former Hour Record holder Matthias Brändle had been struggling during the Tour of Oman - right up until he won the final stage
Sandstorm and high temperatures make it impossible for riders to continue Tour of Oman stage five
‘Bidongate’ hit the Tour of Oman on Thursday, as 13 out of the 18 teams in this year’s race were fined for littering during stage three. Last night’s race communiqué…
Nick Bull admires the view from the 2015 Tour of Oman's toughest stage, even if he didn't know what was happening beneath him
Katusha’s Alexander Kristoff says he still has work to do ahead of the classics despite winning stage three of the Tour of Oman on Wednesday, his fifth victory of 2015…
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Tom Boonen could not finish off the work done by Etixx-QuickStep in the opening stage of the Tour of Oman
The Irish sprinter claimed victory on the Doha Corniche this afternoon.
Defending champion was briefly on the wrong side of a peloton split in the closing kilometres.
Two stage victories in three days for the defending Milan-San Remo champion.
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The World Time Trial Champion placed third in his first outing in the rainbow skinsuit.