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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
Great Ocean Road Race highlights: Loes Adegeest wins Elite Women's Race ahead of Amanda Spratt
Loes Adegeest (FDJ-Suez) wins Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race. First Women's WorldTour win for Dutch star. Home favorite Amanda Spratt (Trek-Segafredo) finishes second. Spratt says she is disappointed with how she raced the final.See the Story
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Celebrations, superstitions, stunning successes: Here are Peter Sagan's greatest hits
Peter Sagan rewrote the script of modern pro cycling. Marianne Vos will stay with Jumbo-Visma through 2025. Fem van Empel eyes up a return to Itzulia Basque country after missing out in 2022. Brandon McNulty wants to focus on one-week races in 2023.See the Story
Fem van Empel, Wout van Aert score dominant victories at X20 Hamme
Jumbo-Visma pair Van Aert, Van Empel makes pre-world championship statement with huge solo wins in the Flandriencross. Read the full article at Fem van Empel, Wout van Aert score dominant victories at X20 Hamme on VeloNews.com.See the Story
No stopping Marianne Vos with three-year extension and quest for progress: 'My development is ongoing'
The prolific and popular star says he will finish out the season on the road and transition to mountain bike for the 2024 Olympic Games. Peter Sagan is a cycling phenomenon, with three world championship kits, Paris-Roubaix win, and six Tour de France jerseys.See the Story
Vuelta a San Juan: Miguel Ángel López strikes, Remco Evenepoel blows on Alto del Colorado
López takes control of GC as Evenepoel rues 'stupid move' after seeing blitzing early attack fizzle and fade. Read the full article at Vuelta a San Juan: Miguel Ángel López strikes, Remco Evenepoel blows on Alto del Colorado on VeloNews.com.See the Story
Bobby & Jens: Clara Honsinger
Gravel cycling has many attractions: escaping traffic, noise, and congestion - whether rolling solo, riding with friends, or racing with competitors. At VeloNews, we cover all the major events and many of the small, quirky ones, bringing you the inside stories from the riders at the front and the back of the back.See the Story
Pello Bilbao wins Tour Down Under's 3rd stage, Jay Vine leads overall
Cyclist Pello Bilbao of Spain wins the third stage of the Tour Down Under race. Britain's Simon Yates takes a 15-second lead on general classification. The 116.8-kilometer (72.5-mile) stage featured three of the toughest ascents on the tour.See the Story
50% Center coverage: 4 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