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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
British cyclist David Millar is to retire at the end of next season. The Scot confirmed his decision in a video interview given to Dutch cycling magazine Wieler Revue.
League tables also to be introduced as part of moves to overhaul the regulation of adult care
Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland will host the first three days of next year’s Giro d’Italia.
Wiggins becomes the second home winner of the Tour after Jonathan Tiernan-Locke triumphed in 2012
21-year-old sees off both Wiggins and Nairo Quintana to seal impressive stage win
Team Sky rider will now aim to defend his lead
Italian Elia Viviani won the first stage of the Tour of Britain on Sunday as home sprinter Mark Cavendish made a rare mistake to miss the chance to cross the line first.
The Tour de France and Olympic time-trial winner missed last year's race due to a stomach complaint
Time trials are the way ahead as he gains over a stone for forthcoming World Championships
Keeping track: I'm in far better shape than before London 2012
Whitehall had rival plans to host cycling’s biggest event in Britain
Disgraced cyclist urges judge to dismiss US government lawsuit
Tour de France winner has one last unfulfilled wish to share his victory with his late mother Jane
Froome crossed the finishing line arm-in-arm with his Team Sky teammates to claim historical victory
Team Sky rider can cruise into Paris and win the 100th running of the historic race