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Tour de France winner comes up short in his final race for Team Sky, finishing 18th at Paris-Roubaix

Fifth London cyclist killed in just nine days as row over safety escalates

Second person killed while cycling on the capital's roads in 24 hours

It is the bystanders who helped lift a car off a cyclist at Spitalfields - and who saved me - that represent the real Britain

In recent years, it's been said the British have been replaced by a depressing narrative

Stephen Mangan as Bertie Wooster (left) and Matthew MacFadyen as Jeeves

Theatre review: Jeeves and Wooster in Perfect Nonsense- 'Bye and large, top-hole'

Duke of York's Theatre, London

London cycling deaths: Woman killed in lorry crash becomes fourth fatality in eight days on streets of capital

London Assembly member Darren Johnson accuses mayor Boris Johnson of 'failure to make roads safer'

This all-in-one Smart Wheel locks, tracks, and powers your bike (it can even recharge your phone too)

FlyKly's Smart Wheel can fit on to any bike and charges in three to four hours

Trumpington, Cambridge, where the encounter happened

Angry Cambridge pensioner hits out at passing cyclist with bag of dog poo

A pensioner was walking her dog in a leafy Cambridge suburb when she came up with a memorable and slightly disgusting way of dealing with the scourge of cyclists who had been winding her up for some time.

Lance Armstrong promises 100% honesty after his ‘massive personal loss’. He still doesn't get it

Armstrong has said it's been 'real tough' and complained about financial losses

Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong has admitted he is willing to give

Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong promises '100% transparency and honesty' in assisting any further doping inquiries but seeks assurances first

The man labelled as behind 'the most sophisticated, professionalised and successful doping programme sport has ever seen' has spoken out over his willingness to help rid the sport of drug cheats

Bodies are taken out of Tacloban

Typhoon Haiyan: National state of calamity declared in Philippines as international relief workers struggle to reach survivors

Authorities say at least 9.7 million people across 41 provinces have been affected

Team GB’s Nicola Adams on her way to the flyweight gold medal against Cancan Ren of China during London 2012

Women's sport calls for more female chiefs

Greater participation by girls depends on fair shares in the boardrooms, says fitness group

Laura Trott has made clear the 'no-go' areas in terms of image since sporting achievement raised her public profile

Comment: Laura Trott is right not to compromise her principles by posing for lads’ mags – but Victoria Pendleton has every right to take another course

If an athlete feels compelled to take her clothes off for a sponsor, that is indefensible

RSPCA Inspector Tony Woodley holds a seven-inch-long huntsman spider, common to Australia, which was discovered in a delivery at St Leonards-on-Sea:

Stowaway! Giant fast-moving huntsman spider with a nasty bite lands in UK

The seven-inch arachnid reached East Sussex in delivery of BMX parts from Taiwan

The HM Naval Base in Portsmouth dockyard

Ian Burrell on Portsmouth hometown: Scuttling of 800-year-old institution is shameful

Most locals knew someone who worked there. Ian Burrell recalls growing up close to the dockyard

Cyclists making full use of the bike lanes in Amsterdam

Dutch-style bike lanes set for roll-out in Bristol - Britain’s cycling capital

A network of segregated cycle lanes will be created

They call him Quadzilla. Picture captures scale of cyclist Robert Forstemann's massive thighs

The titanically-thighed cyclist Robert Forstemann displays the leg muscles that propelled him to victory on the weekend in the sprint finals at the Track Cycling World Cup in Manchester, in this photograph taken after the race.

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Let the propaganda wars begin - again

'Accurate, objective, comprehensive': that was Voice of America's creed, but now its masters want it to promote US policy, reports Rupert Cornwell
Why Japan's incredible long-distance runners will never win the London Marathon

Japan's incredible long-distance runners

Every year, Japanese long-distance runners post some of the world's fastest times – yet, come next weekend, not a single elite competitor from the country will be at the London Marathon
Why does Tom Drury remain the greatest writer you've never heard of?

Tom Drury: The quiet American

His debut was considered one of the finest novels of the past 50 years, and he is every bit the equal of his contemporaries, Jonathan Franzen, Dave Eggers and David Foster Wallace
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You should judge a person by how they peel a potato

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