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  • Kittel wins Dubai Tour title

    Marcel Kittel claimed overall victory of the Dubai Tour by sprinting to a comfortable victory on stage four.

    Saturday February 6 2016, 15:51 GMT
    Marcel Kittel won the final stage of the Dubai Tour to claim the overall title
  • Kennaugh and Froome keep lead

    Peter Kennaugh and Chris Froome remained first and second overall at the Herald Sun Tour as John Murphy won stage three.

    Saturday February 6 2016, 10:32 GMT
    Peter Kennaugh leads Chris Froome by 13 seconds overall
  • Katusha face possible suspension

    The Russian Katusha team will be called before a UCI disciplinary committee to explain a second doping offence in 12 months.

    Friday February 5 2016, 18:13 GMT
    Luca Paolini tested positive during the Tour de France
  • IAAF probe Wang 'admission'

    The IAAF is investigating claims China's double world record holder Wang Junxia admitted to doping.

    Friday February 5 2016, 12:06 GMT
    Wang Junxia and coach Ma Juhren, pictured in 1993
  • Ennis-Hill to miss indoor season

    Jessica Ennis-Hill is confident of making this summer's Olympics, despite being sidelined with an Achilles injury.

    Friday February 5 2016, 18:06 GMT
    Jessica Ennis-Hill: Achilles problem
  • Kennaugh and Froome hold firm

    Peter Kennaugh and Chris Froome stayed first and second overall at the Herald Sun Tour in Australia as Caleb Ewan won stage two.

    Friday February 5 2016, 09:48 GMT
    Caleb Ewan sprinted to victory on stage two
  • Viviani wins to take Dubai lead

    Team Sky's Elia Viviani took the overall lead of the Dubai Tour by sprinting to victory on stage two at Palm Jumeirah.

    Friday February 5 2016, 07:46 GMT
    Elia Viviani won stage two to take the lead of the Dubai Tour
  • Kittel powers to Dubai win

    Marcel Kittel blew away his rivals to win the opening stage of the Dubai Tour as Mark Cavendish had to settle for second.

    Friday February 5 2016, 07:42 GMT
    Marcel Kittel celebrates his stage win
  • Froome warned UCI on motors

    Chris Froome has said he warned the International Cycling Union about possible mechanical doping in the sport.

    Wednesday February 3 2016, 08:19 GMT
    Chris Froome told the UCI about the threat of mechancial dopnig
  • Leeper eligible for Paralympics

    American double amputee sprinter Blake Leeper will be eligible to compete in the Paralympics this summer.

    Monday February 1 2016, 22:31 GMT
    Spike Lee greets Blake Leeper
  • Trio appeal to CAS

    Papa Massata Diack, Valentin Balakhnichev, and Alexei Melnikov have appealed their life bans.

    Monday February 1 2016, 14:52 GMT
  • Cookson to fight motorised doping

    Brian Cookson, the president of cycling's world governing body the UCI, has vowed to stamp out motorised doping.

    Sunday January 31 2016, 18:24 GMT
    Brian Cookson: Vows to take action
  • Kennaugh wins in Australia

    Team Sky rider Peter Kennaugh claimed victory at the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race in Australia on Sunday.

    Sunday January 31 2016, 18:22 GMT
    Peter Kennaugh celebrates after securing victory in Australia
  • Bike seized in motor probe

    A bike was confiscated at the UCI Cyclo-cross World Championships on Saturday for allegedly containing a motor.

    Saturday January 30 2016, 21:38 GMT
    Brian Cookson: President of the UCI
  • BOA monitors Zika problem

    The British Olympic Association says it will continue to carefully monitor the Zika virus in Brazil ahead of the Rio Olympics.

    Friday January 29 2016, 18:23 GMT
    Rio de Janeiro is due to stage the Olympics in August
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