Van der Poel pleads guilty to assault of teen girls
Mathieu van der Poel pleaded guilty to assault of two teenage girls on the eve of the world championship road race and the Dutch Cyclist was convicted and fined a total of A$1,500 ($974.85), his lawyer said on Monday.
Van der Poel arrested on eve of world road race
Dutch cyclist Mathieu van der Poel, who was one of the title favourites for the men's World Championship road race, was arrested and charged by police for an alleged assault on the eve of the event in Wollongong, Australia.
Evenepoel earns cycling worlds gold for Belgium
After becoming Belgium's first Grand Tour winner in 44 years, Remco Evenepoel became his country's first men's elite road race world champion in a decade to cap his breakthrough season.
British Cycling: Queen funeral guidance 'wrong'
British Cycling apologised to its members on Thursday after the governing body was heavily criticised for its recommendation that people do not use their bikes on the day of Queen Elizabeth II's funeral.
Evenepoel wins Vuelta, first Grand Tour title
Belgian Remco Evenepoel claimed the Vuelta a Espana title on Sunday for his first Grand Tour triumph, capping a dominant three weeks with one last push on the final stage from Las Rozas to Madrid.
Kenyan cyclist dies during Vermont race
Kenyan cyclist Sule Kangangi died in a crash on Saturday while competing in a gravel race in the U.S. state of Vermont.
Archibald tried to save partner after cardiac arrest
British Double Olympic champion Katie Archibald has described how she tried desperately to save her partner Rob Wardell after he suffered a fatal cardiac arrest at their home early on Tuesday.
Quintana DQ'd from TDF for banned substance
Colombian rider Nairo Quintana has been disqualified from the Tour de France after infringing an in-competition ban on using the drug tramadol, the world cycling governing body (UCI) said on Wednesday.
Kenny: Measures needed after CWG crash
Five-time Olympic cycling champion Laura Kenny urged organisers to install bigger barriers at velodromes after a crash involving England's Matt Walls at the Commonwealth Games.
Cycling session abandoned after horror crash
The remainder of Sunday's track cycling morning session at the 2022 Commonwealth Games was abandoned following a horror multi-rider crash that saw Team England's Matt Walls and his bike fly over the barrier and into the crowd.
Van Vleuten wins women's TDF with frantic finish
Veteran rider Annemiek van Vleuten won the women's Tour de France on the event's return.
Van Aert wins Stage 20; Vingegaard eyes TDF win
Wout van Aert captured the final time trial on Saturday, but Jonas Vingegaard increased his overall lead in Stage 20 is closing in a Tour de France title.
Vingegaard tops Pogacar in Tour mountain finale
Jonas Vingegaard responded to a series of attacks from defending champion Tadej Pogacar at the Tour de France on Thursday and ultimately dropped his rival in the last big mountain stage of this year's race.
Froome out of Tour de France with COVID
Chris Froome has been ruled out of the Tour de France after testing positive for COVID-19.
Pogacar wins stage, Vingegaard closer to title
Tadej Pogacar claimed a third stage win as he sprinted away from Jonas Vingegaard in the punishing last climb of a grueling trek in the Pyrenees on Wednesday but failed to take significant time out of the Tour de France leader.
Houle wins Stage 16; Vingegaard keeps TDF lead
Canada's Hugo Houle won Stage 16 on Tuesday at the Tour de France, while Jonas Vingegaard maintained his overall lead and the yellow jersey as the race entered the Pyrenees.
Matthews captures Stage 14 at Tour de France
Australia's Michael Matthews broke away 50 kilometers from the finish line to post a solo win in Stage 14 of the Tour de France on Saturday.
Pedersen takes Stage 13; Vingegaard leads TDF
Mads Pedersen's perfectly timed attack with 250 meters to the finish line propelled him to a Stage 13 win at the Tour de France on Friday, while Jonas Vingegaard maintained the overall race lead.
Climate protesters dragged away in TdF
The 10th stage of the Tour de France was halted for 10 minutes on Tuesday after half a dozen climate activists tried to stop riders on the road before being pulled out of the way by police and a senior organisers' official.
Cort Nielsen sprints to TDF stage win by inches
Danish cyclist Magnus Cort Nielsen beat Nick Schultz to the finish by inches to win Stage 10 of the Tour de France, which was interrupted for 12 minutes while protestors sat on the road and lit flares.
Cyclist Bennett out of Tour de France with COVID
New Zealand cyclist George Bennett, teammate of two-time champ Tadej Pogocar, has become the second rider from team UAE-Emirates forced to drop out of the Tour de France after testing positive for COVID-19.
Jungels gets 1st Tour stage win; Pogačar on top
Bob Jungels earned his first Tour de France stage win by taking the ninth stage Sunday. Two-time defending champion Tadej Pogačar retained the leader's yellow jersey.
Van Aert wins Tour stage; Pogacar extends lead
Belgian rider Wout van Aert won the eighth stage of the Tour de France on Saturday in Switzerland while two-time defending champion Tadej Pogacar slightly increased his overall lead.
Pogacar seizes TDF lead with long Stage 6 win
Two-time defending champion Tadej Pogačar won a sprint finish to the 137-mile Stage 6 leg of the Tour de France to take the overall lead -- and the yellow jersey -- by four seconds.
Clarke captures crash-marred fifth stage of TDF
Simon Clarke won a crash-marred fifth stage of the Tour de France on Wednesday, while Wout van Aert clung onto the leader's yellow jersey.
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