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Mathieu van der Poel beats Wout van Aert in thrilling sprint finish to win fifth Cyclo-cross World Championships
"Matheiu van der Poel got the better of Wout van Aert in another exciting clash between the two cyclo-cross heavyweights. Van der Poel sprinted past his rival on the tarmac finish to win the 2023 Cyclo-cross World Championships title in Hoogerheide, Netherlands. Van der Poel said it was one of his top three victories. Eli Iserbyt came in third ahead of Lars van der Haar."See the Story
38% Right coverage: 8 sources
Sagan to stop road races, target 2024 Olympic mountain bike
Three-time world champion Peter Sagan will retire after the Tour de France. Slovakian rider will then target the mountain bike event at the 2024 Paris Olympics. The 33-year-old has won a record seven green jerseys during his career. He has competed at two Olympics without winning a medal, in road race at 2012.See the Story
71% Center coverage: 7 sources
Egan Bernal confident for 2023 season after pulling out of Colombian national road race championship due to injury
Egan Bernal pulls out of Vuelta a San Juan with knee injury. Colombian will now shift his focus to the European season. 2019 Tour de France winner is battling his way back to full fitness. He suffered serious injuries, including 20 different fractures, in a crash last year.See the Story
100% Center coverage: 1 sources
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2024 Tour de France finale moved to Nice ahead of Paris Olympics
The final stage of cycling's biggest race has not been moved in the last 100 years. The 2024 edition will come as Paris prepares to host the Summer Olympics. Nice's famous beachside walkway, the Promenade des Anglais, was the scene of a deadly attack in 2016 in which 86 people were killed and hundreds injured.See the Story
48% Center coverage: 19 sources
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Italian cyclist Rebellin dies after being hit by truck-reports
Davide Rebellin, the Italian cyclist who won the Amstel Gold Race, La Fleche Wallonne and Liège-Bastogne-Liège in a stellar 2004 season and the Paris-Nice race in 2008, has died aged 51 after being hit by a driver in a truck while training near Vicenza, local media reported on Wednesday. See the Story
37% Center coverage: 35 sources
Mark Cavendish joins Astana Qazaqstan for 2023 season as he looks to break Tour de France stage wins record
Mark Cavendish has signed a one-year contract with Astana Qazaqstan. Cavendish missed last year's Tour after falling behind Fabio Jakobsen. The Manxman needs just one stage victory to break Eddy Merckx's 45-year record of 34 stage wins.See the Story
50% Left coverage: 4 sources
Dame Laura Kenny expecting second child after suffering ectopic pregnancy last year
Dame Laura Kenny and Sir Jason Kenny are expecting their second child. Kenny suffered a miscarriage in November 2021 and an ectopic pregnancy last year. The couple's first child, Albie, was born in 2017. Kenny said she needed time away from cycling to think about her future in the sport.See the Story
67% Center coverage: 3 sources
Mark Cavendish: Two robbery suspects still at large, trial hears
Olympic cyclist Mark Cavendish was attacked and threatened with a knife. intruders with knives broke into his home in Ongar, Essex, in the early hours of November 27, 2021, while he was asleep with his wife Peta and their three-year-old child. The intruders beat up the Team GB cyclist and threatened to stab him.See the Story
50% Center coverage: 4 sources
The judge cites Vicente Belda, his son and Dr. Maynar to testify about the Extremadura doping scheme
Former Kelme directeur sportif Vicente Belda and his son Vicente, who works for the Astana Qazaqstan team, are reportedly under investigation. Spain's Guardia Civil police force dismantled a drug trafficking ring that supplied drugs to athletes and offered other sporting services. So far, two people have been arrested and a further six are under investigation in Spain.See the Story
100% Right coverage: 1 sources
Former Team Sky doctor Freeman loses High Court appeal
Former Team Sky and British Cycling doctor Richard Freeman has lost an appeal at the High Court. Freeman was found guilty last year of ordering testosterone for doping purposes. A Medical Practitioners Tribunal determined that Freeman should be struck off the medical register last April. His legal team immediately announced an appeal would be lodged but this has now failed.See the Story
67% Left coverage: 3 sources
Fabio Jakobsen wins sprint to grab Stage 2 at Vuelta a San Juan
Soudal Quick-Step took first victory of the season. Fabio Jakobsen outsprinted Fernando Gaviria and Ion Aberasturi. Stage concluded in the small town of San Jos� de J�chal, located in the west of the country.See the Story
100% Center coverage: 1 sources