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2017 Women’s Strade Bianche: Final 5 Kilometers

Watch the final 5 kilometers and finish from the Women’s World Tour opener at Strade Bianche.
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2017 Strade Bianche: Final 14.5 Kilometers

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Sky’s Brailsford reveals triamcinolone treatment

On Wednesday, UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) chief Nicole Sapstead told a British parliamentary committee that British Cycling, which shares a headquarters with Team Sky, had possessed large amounts of the drug.

It led to reports Freeman was using the drug to treat not only riders, but also staff from British Cycling and Team Sky, and Brailsford said he had used it to treat a knee injury in 2008.

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Cannondale-Drapac pros use disc brakes at Strade Bianche despite pressure from peloton

Teams are pressuring riders to use disc brakes while their colleagues are pushing them to prohibit their use, says Alex Howes (Cannondale-Drapac). The American was only two of 168 cyclists who began the Strade Bianche race on Saturday on a disc-equipped bike. (Cycling Weekly)

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Video: Danny MacAskill and Hans Rey Freeriding in Northwest Arkansas

Watch as Danny MacAskill and Hans Rey perform stunts in Northwest Arkansas.
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Kwiatkowski solos to Strade Bianche victory

Michal Kwiatkowski (Sky) claimed his second Strade Bianche victory in Siena when he soloed clear of an elite group in the finale to win by 15 seconds. Greg Van Avermaet (BMC) beat fellow countryman Tim Wellens (Lotto Soudal) for second place. (cyclingnews.com)

Sagan abandons due to illness

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Hometown favourite Elisa Longo Borghini wins Women’s WorldTour opener at Strade Bianche

Kasia Niewiadoma of WM3 Pro Cycling, and 2016 Strade Bianche winner Lizzie Deignan rounded out the podium. (Cycling Tips)

Lizzie Deignan left frustrated after getting stuck behind motorbike

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