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Cadel Road Race: Arndt clips Gerrans in sprint finish

German sprinter Nikias Arndt wins Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race after pipping Australians Simon Gerrans and Cameron Meyer at the line. (Velo News)

Video: Final Kilometer

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Mallorca Challenge: McLay wins close run Trofeo Palma sprint

Dan McLay (Fortuneo-Vital Concept) took victory on the final day of competition at the Mallorca Challenge, sprinting to victory in the Trofeo Palma. (CyclingNews.com)

Crashes into photographer full gas at finish

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Richie Porte stays at top of UCI WorldTour ranking

Tour Down Under winner Richie Porte retains UCI WorldTour lead after the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race. (Cycling Weekly)

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Van Aert takes second consecutive cyclo-cross world title

Wout Van Aert (Belgium) successfully defended his rainbow jersey Sunday in Biele at the UCI Cyclo-cross World Championships, riding away from rival Mathieu van der Poel when the Dutchman punctured midway through the race and extending his lead from there. (CyclingNews.com)

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Van der Poel says riders should publish anti-doping data for transparency

Van Aert denies using cortisone for knee injury, says he won’t post data on Twitter. (CyclingNews.com)

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Pre-Race Interviews: Wout van Aert, Tom Meeusen, Quinten Hermans and Coach Rudy De Bie

Cyclocross Magazine’s on-the-ground team at the 2017 Cyclocross World Championships chased after some top Belgians to get their impressions and predictions of the racing. (CX Magazine)

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Status Of Women’s Cycling – Part 1: Discussion With Iris Slappendel

‘I think the UCI really wants to listen. They listen to us in the Athletes Commission, and they listen to me.’ But, at the same time, she says the women’s needs are typically not the first business priority of the UCI’s stakeholders. (Pez Cycling)

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Gallery: Gianluca Brambilla’s Specialized S-Works Tarmac 

A closer look at a popular bike in the peloton. (Bike Radar)

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West Midlands Police: Quality of close pass video footage means motorists don’t challenge it

West Midlands Police say that helmet- and dash-cam footage provided by road users is now of such high quality that motorists accused of dangerous close passes are tending to admit their offences without question. (road.cc)

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Uber driver ‘knocks out disabled cyclist’ in Central London

Hand-cycle rider allegedly hit the car in frustration when it pinned him against a parked vehicle. (road.cc)