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Race Recap: 2017 Volta Ao Algarve

Fernando Gaviria too fast for Greipel and Bouhanni in opening Volta ao Algarve stage

Fernando Gaviria (Quick-Step Floors) won the bunch sprint on stage one of the Volta ao Algarve, comfortably beating André Greipel (Lotto-Soudal) and Nacer Bouhani (Cofidis) in southern Portugal. (Cycling Weekly)

Video: Final Kilometers

Volta ao Algarve: Dan Martin climbs to stage 2 victory

Daniel Martin (Quick-Step Floors) took over the lead of the Volta ao Algarve from his teammate Fernando Gaviria atop the Alto da Foia. The Irishman locked horns with LottoNl-Jumbo’s up-and-coming Slovenian climber Primoz Roglic, and just barely managed to come away with the stage win. (

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Volta ao Algarve: Castroviejo wins time trial in Sagres

LottoNL-Jumbo’s Primož Roglič takes overall lead from Dan Martin. (

Volta ao Algarve: Greipel takes photo finish win on stage 4

André Greipel (Lotto Soudal) staged a come-from-behind coup on stage 4 of the Volta ao Algarve, taking out a furious bunch sprint finish from John Degenkolb (Trek-Segafredo). (

Video: final 25 km

Roglic seals Volta ao Algarve title as Amaro Antunes wins final stage

Portuguese Continental rider goes for glory on uphill finish. (

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Race Recap: 2017 Vuelta a Andalucía – Ruta del Sol

Ruta del Sol: Valverde claims opening stage

Movistar rider takes first race lead over Poels, Reichenbach. (

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Pinot beats Contador to win stage 2 of Ruta del Sol

Thibaut Pinot (FDJ) claimed the Ruta del Sol’s second stage on Thursday, ahead of Trek-Segafredo’s Alberto Contador, who now leads the general classification. (

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Ruta del Sol: Campenaerts wins stage 3, Valverde back in lead

Belgian Victor Campenaerts wins Ruta del Sol stage 3 time trial in Córdoba. Four-time race winner Alejandro Valverde regains overall lead. (Velo News)

Ruta del Sol: Coquard wins stage 4

GC unchanged on sprint stage. (

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Tim Wellens wins Ruta del Sol stage five from breakaway as Valverde seals GC

Valverde stayed safe and finished with the same time as his nearest rival in the overall, Alberto Contador. (Cycling Weekly)

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Race Recap: 2017 Tour of Oman

Alexander Kristoff wins 2017 Tour of Oman opener

Tom Boonen crashes in finale but finishes stage. (

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Tour of Oman: Hermans wins stage 2

BMC rider triumphs in hilly finale and moves into the overall lead. (

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Surprise winner of Tour of Oman stage three as Ben Hermans retains overall lead

Soren Kragh Andersen (Team Sunweb) take the first victory of his professional career on uphill finish- Ben Herman (BMC Racing) finishes third to retain overall lead. (Cycling Weekly)

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Tour of Oman: Kristoff victorious on stage 4

Alexander Kristoff (Katusha-Alpecin) survived the high pace and multiple climbs of the fourth stage of the Tour of Oman to take the sprint victory. He finished just ahead of Sonny Colbrelli (Bahrain-Merida) and Greg Van Avermaet (BMC Racing). (

Tour of Oman: Hermans wins on Green Mountain on stage 5

Ben Hermans (BMC) won the battle up Green Mountain on stage 5 of the Tour of Oman, finishing ahead of Fabio Aru (Astana) and Rui Costa (UAE Abu Dhabi) to all but seal the overall victory in the race. (

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Hermans seals Tour of Oman as Kristoff wins final day sprint

Norwegian collects his third stage victory of the race. (

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Exclusive: Ex-Team Sky cyclist Michael Barry expands on team’s ‘unethical’ use of legal medication

Michael Barry could be forgiven for feeling somewhat vindicated by the recent criticism of Team Sky’s ethics in the seasons that he rode for them. (The Telegraph)

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No sexist poster for E3 Harelbeke 2017, as race goes for tattooed child instead

Semi-Classic plays it safe with poster for the 60th edition of the race. (Cycling Weekly)

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Lance Armstrong and former US Postal team-mates finish third as they return to racing together

Lance Armstrong, George Hincapie, Christian Vande Velde, and Dylan Casey finish third in the 24 Hours in the Old Pueblo mountain bike race. (Cycling Weekly)