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Commonwealth Games: Scotland's Katie Archibald wins individual pursuit gold

2018 Commonwealth Games Venue: Gold Coast, Australia Dates: 4-15 April Coverage: Watch live on BBC TV and Red Button with extra streams on Connected TVs, BBC Sport website and app; listen on Radio 5 live; follow text updates online. Times ...

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Sprinter Barnes on her 'struggles' after horrific crash

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Sprint cyclist Vicky Barnes is back in training after she was told in 2016 she might be paralysed. BBC Sport – Cycling

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Commonwealth Games 2018: 'They really mean business' – England set new world record

[unable to retrieve full-text content] England’s Sophie Thornhill and pilot Helen Scott set a new world record in qualifying for the women’s B&VI sprint. BBC Sport – Cycling

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Cyclist Luke Rowe 'gutted' by Tour of Flanders disqualification

Welsh cyclist Luke Rowe says his controversial disqualification from the Tour of Flanders will “fuel” him for his forthcoming races in Paris-Roubaix and at the Commonwealth Games. The Team Sky rider has only just returned after seven months out with ...

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Dutchman Niki Terpstra claims Tour of Flanders win

Dutchman Niki Terpstra claimed victory in the Tour of Flanders in Belgium after successfully launching an attack late on in the 264.7km one-day classic. “It’s a dream. I cannot describe how happy I am,” said Terpstra, who won the Paris-Roubaix ...

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Tour of Flanders: Rowe's start 'a dream' seven months after leg break

Team Sky’s Luke Rowe says it is a “dream come true” to start the Tour of Flanders on Sunday, seven months after breaking his leg. Rowe broke his leg in 25 places while white-water rafting on his brother’s stag party ...

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Tour of Flanders: Rowe's start 'a dream' seven months after leg break

Team Sky’s Luke Rowe says it is a “dream come true” to start the Tour of Flanders on Sunday, seven months after breaking his leg. Rowe broke his leg in 25 places while white-water rafting on his brother’s stag party ...

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Shane Perkins: Australian cyclist on switching to Russia and 2020 Tokyo Olympics

An Australian going for Olympic gold with Russia. It might seem improbable to outsiders, but for cyclist Shane Perkins this is “living the dream”. Jettisoned by his home team, he has gone elsewhere in an effort to compete at the ...

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Para-cycling Track World Championships: British duo win second gold

Britain’s Sophie Thornhill and Helen Scott claimed their second gold in as many days at the Para-cycling Track World Championships in Brazil. The duo set a new world record en route to winning the time trial on Saturday. And they ...

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Gent-Wevelgem: Peter Sagan claims record-equalling third title in Belgian race

Peter Sagan claimed a record-equalling third Gent-Wevelgem title with victory in a sprint finish in the cobbled classic race in Belgium on Sunday. World road race champion Sagan, 28, attacked in the final 200m of the 251km race, with Elia ...

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