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Lance Armstrong to use Vuelta as Ironman training
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Cancellara loses ladies' vote and must accomodate wheel-suckers at Flanders
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Alberto Contador’s spring campaign and even this summer’s Tour de France could be in doubt following doctors’ decision to perform three hours of reconstructive hand surgery on Thursday.
A chance encounter at an airport, a heated exchange of words and hastily issued challenge… and the cycling world may never be the same. UCI president Hein Verbruggen on Friday announced plans to resign his post at the end of June – on the eve of the world’s premier cycling event – and hand the reins of the organization over to his arch nemesis, World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) boss Dick Pound. “I think it’s clear that I don’t like the man,” Verbruggen said at a press conference at UCI headquarters in Aigle, Switzerland, on Friday, “but, frankly, this is not about my liking or disliking
By now, the image is standard on posters in dorm rooms, bike shops and offices all over the western world: The peloton of the Tour de France zooming across the sunlit country roads of France, weaving its way through fields of golden sunflowers; bright, beautiful and precisely the tone of the legendary maillot jaune. The image is a classic, emoting visions of idyllic country life, families peacefully enjoying France’s spectacular summer, interrupted only by the momentary passing of the world’s greatest bicycle race. Sadly, a Thursday news conference in Paris underscored just how much of a