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    Chris Froome well off pace after opening stage of Volta a Catalunya

    Chris Froome endured a tough start at the Volta a Catalunya as he finished the first stage more than eight and a half minutes behind the leader.

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    Roglic crash hands Max Schachmann second Paris-Nice win

    Germany’s Maximilian Schachmann (Bora-Hansgrohe) retained his Paris-Nice crown after one of the most sensational finales of the “Race to the Sun”

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    Merciless Primoz Roglic claims stage seven of Paris-Nice

    Primoz Roglic knocked down the rest of the field at La Colmiane on Saturday to clinch his third stage victory of Paris-Nice

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    Primoz Roglic reigns on all terrains after stage six of Paris-Nice

    Roglic made it clear who held the reins of Paris-Nice on Friday when he outclasseed the peloton in an uphill sprint in Biot

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    Sam Bennett takes his second victory of Paris-Nice with stage five win

    Irish sprinter Sam Bennett took his second victory of Paris-Nice as he won Thursday’s stage five in Bollene.

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    Primoz Roglic commands stage 4 of Paris Nice as Tao Geoghegan Hart suffers crash

    Tao Geoghegan Hart was taken to hospital for checks after being left feeling “a bit dizzy” following a crash at Paris-Nice

    Stefan Bissegger takes the spoils on stage 3 of Paris-Nice

    The young Swiss rider Stefan Bissegger came out on top in today's thrilling 14.4 km time trial around the charming town of Gien

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    Sam Bennett fifth as Cees Bol wins second stage of Paris-Nice

    Cees Bool outwitted the rest of the bunch to raise his arms on the last stretch of the second stage in Amilly

    Double world champion Anna Van Der Breggen determined to go out on a high

    Anna Van Der Breggen knows she cannot be promised a fairytale ending to her career but the double world champion is determined to go out at the top of her game.

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    I haven't thought too much about it! - Tao Geoghegan Hart on riding the Tour

    Daniel Friebe spoke to current Giro d'Italia champion Tao Geoghegan Hart before the start of Paris-Nice

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    Sam Bennett's scintillating form continues with opening stage win at Paris Nice

    Sam Bennett returned to French roads in Paris-Nice on Sunday to seize the yellow and white leader’s jersey of the “Race to the Sun” for the first time.

    Mark Cavendish already feels at home with Deceuninck-QuickStep

    Mark Cavendish has felt right back at home in his first two months with Deceuninck-QuickStep.

    Tao Geoghegan Hart plans to sponsor young rider in bid to increase diversity

    Tao Geoghegan Hart has announced plans to sponsor a rider with his former development team in a bid to increase diversity in cycling

    Women’s Tour bosses hoping to stage race later in year after summer postponement

    The Women’s Tour has been postponed for a second straight summer due to the coronavirus pandemic, but organisers hope to stage the event later this year

    Paris-Nice Highlights on ITV4

    ITV4 will show highlights from the 2021 edition of Paris-Nice

    Dave Brailsford inspired by Lewis Hamilton as cycling seeks to be more diverse

    Dave Brailsford has called Formula One's Lewis Hamilton an inspiration as he said much more needed to be done to increase diversity within cycling

    Geraint Thomas to lead Ineos Grenadiers at Tour de France and set for new deal

    Geraint Thomas is in line to lead the Ineos Grenadiers at this year’s Tour de France as talks over a new contract with the team continue

    Tao Geoghegan Hart targets Tour de France and Olympics in 2021

    Last year's Giro d'Italia winner Tao Geoghegan Hart says he's targeting the Tour de France and Olympics in 2021

    RideLondon festival of cycling cancelled due to coronavirus pandemic

    The RideLondon festival of cycling will not take place for a second straight year due to the ongoing pandemic.

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