Cycling

Ennis-Hill has been ‘great support’ – Kenny Four-time Olympic champion Laura Kenny has revealed former heptathlete Jessica Ennis-Hill has been a “great support” in helping her return to competitive cycling after giving birth. Kenny, 25, who had son Albie in August 2017, will compete at the Track Cycling World Championships from 28 February. Olympic champion
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Froome is building up to the Giro d’Italia in May, where he could record a hat-trick of Grand Tour victories British rider Chris Froome has finished 10th in his first race since his adverse drugs test was made public. The four-time Tour de France winner was never in contention on the final day of the
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The British team were competing at the Cyclo-Cross World Championships in the Netherlands last week Four support staff for the British team at last week’s Cyclo-Cross World Championships in the Netherlands have apologised after “inappropriate” photos were posted on social media. The images, obtained by the BBC, show the individuals – who were working for
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Mark Cavendish has won 30 stages of the Tour de France British cyclist Mark Cavendish has claimed his first win of the year in the third stage of the Dubai Tour. The 32-year-old edged out France’s Nacer Bouhanni and Germany’s Marcel Kittel in the 180km ride from Dubai to Fujairah. Cavendish finished in a time
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Image copyright EPA Image caption Doping scandals have overshadowed some major cycling competitions Italian police have arrested the head of a top amateur cycling team and several associates suspected of giving cyclists performance-enhancing drugs. Police raids took place in Lucca and elsewhere in Tuscany, media report. Luca Franceschi – owner of Altopack-Eppella – and five
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Laura Kenny is Britain’s most successful female Olympian Four-time Olympic champion Laura Kenny will make her competitive return at the Track Cycling World Championships, six months after giving birth. The 25-year-old, who has not competed since 2016, will be joined by husband and six-time Olympic gold medallist Jason Kenny in the British squad. Charlie Tanfield,
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