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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.
New Orica-GreenEdge signing Adam Blythe placed seventh on stage two of the 2015 Tour of Qatar
How the riders use their bikes to have miniature race manuals within eyeshot.
The Welshman finishes in select group of 13 including Boonen, Sagan and Terpstra.
With race rules forbidding the use of time trial bikes in Tuesday’s 10-kilometre stage against the clock, Bradley Wiggins will make his first outing as World Champion in the Tour…
Future Hour Record challenger admits he thought new holder Rohan Dennis would break the record by more.
Four-time overall winner believes the Team Sky rider could claim the overall title.
"I've already had it for three months," admitted the Austrian
The Team Sky rider will get to wear the rainbow jersey for the first time in next week's Tour of Qatar.
Yorkshirewoman admits she is surprised by her early season form.
A cycling legend in his own right in his younger days, Hugh Porter is now known for commentating on some of the biggest races of the modern era. As he…
The Yorkshirewoman kept her cool to move into the yellow jersey with one stage remaining.
The American Optum p/b Kelly Benefit team endured a nightmare start to this year’s Ladies Tour of Qatar, losing two of its six riders after Tuesday’s opening stage. Canadian Annie…
Ellen van Dijk and Lizzie Armitstead sit one-two on GC after stage two delivered their sought-after conditions.