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GB amateur Tanfield wins individual pursuit gold

Amateur British rider Charlie Tanfield won gold in the individual 4km pursuit on the second day of the Track Cycling World Cup in Minsk. The 21-year-old from Yorkshire, who is not part of the British Cycling set-up, clocked four minutes ...

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GB amateur Tanfield wins individual pursuit gold

Amateur British rider Charlie Tanfield won gold in the individual 4km pursuit on the second day of the Track Cycling World Cup in Minsk. The 21-year-old from Yorkshire, who is not part of the British Cycling set-up, clocked four minutes ...

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Chris Froome: Romain Bardet wants Briton to not race until 'adverse' test resolution

Chris Froome should rule himself out of racing until an investigation into his “adverse” drugs test is complete, says French rival Romain Bardet. Team Sky’s Froome had double the allowed level of legal asthma drug salbutamol in his urine after ...

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Welsh cyclist Scott Davies 'nervous' before professional debut

Welsh cyclist Scott Davies is “quite nervous” as he prepares for his debut ride on the UCI World Tour at this week’s Tour Down Under in Australia. The 22-year-old from Carmarthen signed his first professional contract with Team Dimension Data ...

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'Impossible to estimate' when Van Gorkom will wake from coma

Olympic BMX medallist Jelle van Gorkom has been taken off sleep medication, but Dutch cycling officials say it is “impossible to estimate” how long it will take for him to awake from a coma. Van Gorkom suffered multiple injuries in ...

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National Track Championships: Jason Kenny set to compete in 2018 event

Six-time Olympic champion Jason Kenny will continue his return to competitive cycling at the British National Track Championships this month. The 29-year-old finished second on Saturday in his first track event since reversing a secret retirement decision after winning three ...

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British Cycling failures hindered jiffy-bag inquiry – UK Anti-Doping

UK Anti-Doping (Ukad) claimed its ‘jiffy-bag’ investigation had been “hindered” and may have even been “potentially compromised” by British Cycling’s failure to report doping allegations sooner, the BBC can reveal. In a confidential and highly critical letter dated 14 November ...

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British Cycling failures hindered jiffy-bag inquiry – UK Anti-Doping

UK Anti-Doping (Ukad) claimed its ‘jiffy-bag’ investigation had been “hindered” and may have even been “potentially compromised” by British Cycling’s failure to report doping allegations sooner, the BBC can reveal. In a confidential and highly critical letter dated 14 November ...

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Owain Doull: Team Sky's Olympic gold medallist eyes 2018 Vuelta a Espana

Olympic gold medallist Owain Doull has targeted the Vuelta a Espana as his main goal for 2018. Doull is preparing his second full year on the World Tour with Team Sky and will start his season at the Tour Down ...

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Truck crashes into finish line at Tour Down Under

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Reporter’s shock caught on camera as truck ploughs through cycle race finish line in Australia. BBC Sport – Cycling

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