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Team gets Simon Yates over the line in GP Miguel Indurain

Paris-Nice stage winner Simon Yates attacked to claim a solo victory today for ORICA-SCOTT at Gran Premio Miguel Indurain in Spain. The 24-year-old launched away from a reduced front group at a perfect moment with 10kilometres to go and impressively...

Durbridge powers to final stage glory in Driedaagse de Panne

Former Australian time trial champion Luke Durbridge powered to victory today on the final stage of Driedaagse de Panne. The 25-year-old blasted around the 14.2kilometre time trial course to produce an impressive time of 17minutes and 38seconds to finally round...

Kittel overcomes crash to take victory number six in 2017

A superb team ride and an unbelievable sprint on a tricky course saw the German power to a memorable success in the Driedaagse De Panne-Koksijde. Marcel Kittel displayed again his incredible sprint skills and mental strength by taking an impressive...

Flanders – The last one standing for Team Orica-Scott

In its first five years of existence, ORICA-SCOTT has conquered four of the five monuments of cycling. Just the Tour of Flanders remains. This Sunday, the Australian outfit starts with one of its strongest line ups in history, looking to...

Edmondson takes powerful sprint victory in Pajot Hills Classic

Wiggle High5 Pro Cycling’s Nettie Edmondson won the second edition Pajot Hills Classic in Gooik, Belgium, with a sprint that pulled her clear of her rivals on the uphill finishing straight. The Australian former double Track World Champion crossed...

Driedaagse De Panne-Koksijde. Kristoff powers up winning sprint

A strong sprint straight up the left-hand side of the course in Koksijde gave Team KATUSHA ALPECIN’S Alexander Kristoff his sixth win of the season and provided a boost of confidence for Sunday’s Tour of Flanders. “I sort of led...

Philippe Gilbert solos to victory on De Panne opening day

Philippe Gilbert became the first Belgian Champion to win a stage at Driedaagse De Panne-Koksijde since 2005, following an audacious display on the queen-stage of the race and an equally impressive amount of work from teammate Dries Devenyns, who...

Berrnard Hinault inducted into Giro d’Italia Hall of Fame

The French champion receives his entry into the Giro d’Italia Hall of Fame. With his three successes in 1980, 1982 and 1985, Hinault joins the roll of honor alongside Merckx, Gimondi, Roche, Moser and Baldini. Milan, 28 March 2017 -...

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Morton charges into final four in sprint

Less than twenty-fours hours after claiming silver in the team sprint, South Australia’s Stephanie Morton (SA) launched herself into the women’s sprint final four...

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