Here's what's making headlines on Thursday, March 4.
Here's what's making headlines on Wednesday, March 3.
Jumbo-Visma star concluding altitude camp at Teide with ambitions to win in debut at 'Race to the Sun.'
Aussie fastman will make season debut at Paris-Nice on Sunday as he heads toward stacked classics schedule.
While the world grappled with the spread of COVID-19, Paris-Nice was held on empty roads.
From the positive cases at the UAE Tour to the canceled final stage at Paris-Nice, the story of how pro cycling's 2020 season halted due to COVID-19.
The Italian star is waiting to see if his Olympic dreams will be fulfilled in a season thrown into disarray.
Quintana showing signs of former glories and planning to fight for the podium at the Tour in summer.
The Italian proved he was in good form in France, but now everyone is wondering where they will be racing again.
Paris-Nice may not have completed all eight stages as planned, but to get as far as the Mediterranean coast was a feat in itself.
Schachmann survives late attack from second-place Benoot to take overall, Quintana takes stage atop La Colmiane climb.
Schachmann maintains his yellow jersey standing despite a minor fall on the last descent.
Bahrain-Merida decided not to start Friday's stage just as organizers and teams agreed to end the race a day early
The American squad lost Michael Woods to a scary crash at Paris-Nice while Lawson Craddock later abandoned with a headache.
The pandemic is on the minds of nearly everyone here, but strangely, once the race actually started, Paris-Nice seemed like just about any other bike race.
Paris-Nice Stage 5: Niccolo Bonifazio outsprints Cortina, Sagan and Bouhanni as Schachmann defends overall
The German Bora-Hansgrohe rider maintains his 58 second margin in the general classification.
The Giro faces another hurdle with the 'big start' slated for Budapest in May while Tejay van Garderen pulls out of Paris-Nice
ASO boss Christian Prudhomme positive that Paris-Nice will complete all eight stages, refuses to commit to future races as coronavirus epidemic intensifies.
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Schachmann finished second on the day and put time into his rivals, and now leads the general classification by nearly a minute.
Guillaume Boivin confident of riders' own health at Paris-Nice, though he and others fear measures to prevent spread of virus around general public could put long-term stopper on racing.
Dutch races this weekend seeing increasingly-powerful line ups as teams scramble to find opportunities for riders scheduled to start northern classics.
Bennett received four stitches in fingers of right hand, and will not start stage 4 time trial at Paris-Nice
Paris-Nice Stage 3: Ivan Garcia Cortina outkicks Peter Sagan, Schachmann maintains general classification lead
Cortina Garcia came around the triple world champion, launching an early, final attack after 212.5 kilometers of racing.
French health authorities banned large public gatherings of more than 1,000 people, forcing Paris-Nice race officials to close off start and finish areas to the public.
General classification contenders Vincenzo Nibali and Sergio Higuita finished safely in the front group, in a rainy and windy stage.
Paris-Nice organizer ASO is limiting spectator access to the race after a decree by the French government cancelled all public gatherings larger than 1,000 people.
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They call Paris-Nice the "race to the sun." On Sunday, the peloton saw no sun, and battled through clouds, rain, and wind. Photographer James Startt was there to capture the action.
German national champion takes opening stage from four-up sprint after gritty day of classics-style racing.
Belgian team send all-star lineup to Paris-Nice as rival outfits pull out amid coronavirus fears, Lefevere pledges confidence in safety of race.
After an intense internal debate, the Israeli-backed team vows to keep racing so long as authorities will allow it.
Affectionately called “The Race to the Sun,” the week-long stage race makes it way down through the heart of France to the Mediterranean Sea, noted for its abundance of sunshine.
The French team will not be participating in the upcoming Italian races, and it remains to be seen if they start in French races.
The coronavirus presenting unprecedented challenges for pro cyclists, governing bodies, and cycling fans.
The French sport minister said Paris-Nice will be allowed to be held, ending worries for now that the coronavirus could derail the 'Race to the Sun'
James Startt was on hand in the Rhone River Valley, to capture the action at two French one-day races considered to be warm-ups for Paris-Nice.
Teams are considering alternate schedules in case early-season Italian races are scrapped due to local quarantines.
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Egan Bernal takes yellow jersey, surviving 50km attack from countryman Quintana.
Attacks fly through much-anticipated summit finish, with Bernal moving into overall lead as teammate Kwiatkowski cracks.
Irishman Sam Bennett triumphs in flat-out sprint finish on stage 3 before Paris-Nice heads into more hilly terrain. Groenewegen keeps GC lead.
EF Education First GC leader Rigoberto Urán crashes in a hectic stage 2 at Paris-Nice, breaking his left clavicle.
Sky's Luke Rowe takes advantage of crosswinds to give his GC leader Egan Bernal the upper hand. Groenewegen handily wins small sprint.
Sunweb staff is relieved Matthews didn't suffer worse injuries in crosswinds crash during Paris-Nice stage 1.
Spring racing begins in earnest for classics contenders and the GC riders alike, but Paris-Nice and Tirreno-Adriatico have changed a lot.
Fierce crosswinds bring on hard day of echelons and crashes, with several big names losing time.
Movistar's Nairo Quintana will make his European season debut at Paris-Nice Sunday alongside defending champ Marc Soler.
Belgian powerhouse taps Bob Jungels and Florian Sénéchal for Paris-Nice, who are both coming off wins in opening classics races.
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"The Race to the Sun" did not live up to its name on the final day of racing around Nice, but explosive racing still shone through.
The peloton faced five categorized climbs on Saturday's penultimate stage at Paris-Nice, as well as cold temperatures and rain.