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

Road World Championships 2013: Gloom for Chris Froome as Great Britain left all washed up

Wiggins struggles in the wet again and leads total team pull-out before Costa takes title in Florence

Yellow fellows: Former Tour hero Greg LeMond greets Chris Froome

World Road Championships: Chris Froome and Co chase down the gap to Greg LeMond

Tour de France winner backed by Bradley Wiggins and Mark Cavendish as he attempts elusive double in Italian road race

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The outgoing UCI president, Pat McQuaid (left), shakes hands with newly elected Brian Cookson

Robin Scott-Elliot: Brian Cookson gets nod after finishing the fiasco in a flash

It was nearly enough to make even the oversize copy of the statue of David, standing bare and proud outside the Palazzo Vecchio, look embarrassed.

Chris Froome focused on dream double

Everything changed for British rider after his Tour victory but, he tells Robin Scott-Elliot in Florence, being cycling’s new star will not get in the way of his dream to double up with a road-race rainbow jersey tomorrow

Brian Cookson

Brian Cookson beats Pat McQuaid in election to become UCI president - but not before a morning of embarrassment for cycling

The contest was bitterly fought right up until the election of the Briton

Brian Cookson, right, is the president of British Cycling

Brian Cookson on course to win 'critical' UCI vote

Bradley Wiggins is not the only one to suggest it is all but done and dusted as Brian Cookson, the president of British Cycling, enters this morning's vote to chose the best man to lead to lead the sport's global governing and oust the incumbent, Pat McQuaid.

Sir Bradley Wiggins in action during the time trial

Road World Championships 2013: Sir Bradley Wiggins settles for silver as magnificent Tony Martin powers to gold

It has been a frustrating season for the Briton - but there was little he could do about the performance of his German opponent

'They saved my life': Sian Green thanks bystanders for help after New York taxi crash

24-year-old had part of her left leg amputated below the knee

Chris Froome , second from left, hopes to win the world road race title in Florence on Sunday

Team GB behind Chris Froome for World Championships, says Mark Cavendish

Mark Cavendish is looking forward to his support role at the world championships in Florence this week after being the headline act at the Tour of Britain.

Sir Bradley Wiggins cycles through London on his way to the 2013 Tour of Britain title

Tour of Britain: Sir Bradley Wiggins completes overall victory while Mark Cavendish sprints home to claim third stage win

Wiggins becomes the second home winner of the Tour after Jonathan Tiernan-Locke triumphed in 2012

The Sport Matrix: Monday 23 September 2013

Moyes lays into United players after derby defeat

Lucy Garner will make her senior debut in the women’s road race in support of another podium contender, Lizzie Armitstead

Brian Cookson counting on taking top job in cycling

Bitter battle for UCI presidency reaches its climax on Friday in Florence with Lancastrian out in front

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Mark Cavendish celebrates as he crosses the finish line on Stage Seven of the Tour of Britain

Tour of Britain: Mark Cavendish takes second stage victory as Sir Bradley Wiggins closes on overall triumph

Cavendish wins the Epson-to-Guildford penultimate stage

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