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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
Australia’s Jay Vine claims Tour Down Under title
Australia's Jay Vine claimed his first World Tour victory in the Tour Down Under. Britain's Simon Yates won a thrilling uphill battle to take the race's final stage. Vine capped an outstanding week after keeping close to his only serious rival for the ochre leader's jersey.See the Story
43% Right coverage: 7 sources
Most drivers still don't know new Highway Code rules a year after introduction
A quarter of British adults said they knew nothing at all about the amendments. Just 30% of respondents who drive at least once a week and had some awareness of the update could correctly identify the overtaking guidance. Cycling UK called for a long-term awareness campaign of at least three years to change long-established driving behaviours.See the Story
75% Left coverage: 4 sources
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Neah Evans and Charlie Tanfield take National track titles
Olympians Neah Evans and Charlie Tanfield win two of the five titles on offer. Emma Finucane wins women's sprint competition. Thomas Wing piloted by Josh Dunham wins MB para-sprint title. British Cycling's Team Inspired win team sprint title.See the Story
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
Cyclist Mark Cavendish 'appeared very distressed after knifepoint raid' at Essex home
Balaclava-wearing intruders broke into Cavendish’s home as he was asleep upstairs with his wife Peta with their three-year-old child also in the bed, Chelmsford Crown Court was told. The athlete was punched and a raider threatened to stab him before the gang made off with items including two Richard Mille watches, valued at £400,000 and £300,000. Romario Henry, 31, of Lewisham, south-east London and Oludewa Okorosobo, 28, of Camberwell, south London, both deny two counts of robbery.See the Story
67% Center coverage: 3 sources
Cycling · Koksijde
Wout van Aert takes dominant win in Trofee Koksijde over Mathieu an der Poel after puncture heartbreak earlier in week
Wout van Aert beats Mathieu van der Poel in the Trofee Koksijde. On Tuesday Van Aert suffered an agonising puncture during a thrilling duel with his Dutch sparring partner. This is the eighth race this season that has seen the two rivals finish in the top three.See the Story
67% Right coverage: 3 sources
Mathieu Van der Poel wins Trofee Herentals as Wout Van Aert suffers heartbreaking final-lap puncture
Mathieu van der Poel wins Trofee Herentals cyclo-cross. Wout Van Aert suffers final-lap puncture on his home course. Tom Pidcock ruled out of race due to crash at GP Sven Nys on New Year's Day. Van der Poal: "I would have preferred to beat Wout without that flat tyre"See the Story
Coverage: 4 sources