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The contest was bitterly fought right up until the election of the Briton
Bitter battle for UCI presidency reaches its climax on Friday in Florence with Lancastrian out in front
The International Cycling Union president, Pat McQuaid, has accused his rival in this month's election, Britain's Brian Cookson, of indulging in "gangster politics" following the latest string of allegations of corruption at the UCI.
Experience the emotional and physical pain of professionals in a sport hit by a long-running drugs scandal
‘It’s one of those crazy things. He went a little bit too fast and couldn’t control his own speed’
Epic win on Ventoux has raised the usual doubts, writes Alasdair Fotheringham
Brailsford impressed with Tour leader but admits Sky may leave him exposed again
He joins a long roll call of super hard cyclists
Will Ireland turn against its own as he bids for third term as UCI chief?
Ask around undergraduate bars and common rooms and one major complaint about doing a postgraduate course is that it'll increase the size of your overdraft. But with a little bit of ingenuity, it doesn't have to.
There are dangers in putting sports stars on a pedestal
Findings of 12-month investigation into the link between drugs and professional sport revealed
The reformed drug-user David Millar said this weekend he believes it will take another
Interview with Oprah Winfrey described as 'pantomine'
One of the brightest young talents in American sport, Manti Te'o broke fans' hearts with the sad tale of his girlfriend's death. There's one problem: she never really existed
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