2017 Le Samyn – Final 35 Kilometers

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Team Sky and British Cycling ‘left in terrible position’ – Collins

‘There’s a lot of selective memory,’ says MP (

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Van Keirsbulck wins Le Samyn

Guillaume Van Keirsbulck (Wanty-Groupe Gobert) won a wet and windswept edition of Le Samyn after he overpowered Alex Kirsch in a two-up sprint at the finish in Dour, while Iljo Keisse (Quick-Step Floors) claimed the sprint for third. (

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Phil’s Gaimon’s ‘Worst retirement ever’

Phil Gaimon is done with pro racing, but he’s got one final mission on the bike: snatching Strava KOMs, and you get to pick which ones. (Velo News)

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McCabe closes Langkawi with second stage win

American sprinter Travis McCabe records third sprint win of the season with stage 8 victory at Le Tour de Langkawi. (Velo News)

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Quick-Step Floors team boss unsure of squad’s future

Patrick Lefevere says that he is seeking confirmation of a title sponsor for the Quick-Step Floors team beyond 2017. (Cycling Weekly)

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Alberto Contador reveals how he plans to beat Chris Froome at the Tour de France

Trek-Segafredo rider says rest is key to his Tour preparation. (Cycling Weekly)

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Velon and Infront launch radical new Hammer Series race

The Velon group of leading WorldTour teams and their partner Infront have launched the first edition of what they have dubbed the Hammer Series, a new format for professional racing that focuses on team success in three different disciplines of road racing. (

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Organisers of women’s Route de France blame UCI for race’s cancellation

Move leaves France without a major stage race on the women’s international calendar. (Cycling Weekly)

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Strava went down last night, nobody was quite sure what to do, but the internet reacted perfectly

Strava went down last night and cyclists, runners, and all athletes across the world went into crisis mode, questioning whether they’d exercised at all. (Cycling Weekly)