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Jakob Fuglsang stunned the pre-race favourites to win the Criterium du Dauphine, leapfrogging Australia’s Richie Porte on a thrilling final stage as Tour de France champion Chris Froome appeared short of form.

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Dumoulin hammers rivals to take Giro lead

Dutchman Tom Dumoulin has claimed the Giro d’Italia pink jersey when he crushed the opposition in Tuesday’s individual time trial to open up a big gap at the top of the overall standings.

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Rohan Dennis scores important victory at Tour of the Alps

Australian cycling star Rohan Dennis boosted his confidence ahead of next month’s Giro d’Italia by winning stage two at the Tour of the Alps.

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Gilbert wins Amstel Gold, Haas impresses to finish fourth

Australian cyclist Nathan Haas has enjoyed one of the biggest results of his career, finishing fourth at Amstel Gold.

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Rohan Dennis aims to test cycling form in Alps

Australian cycling star Rohan Dennis aims to fine-tune his form at the Tour of the Alps ahead of a major test at the Giro d’Italia

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It was a golden day for Australian cycling with both Cameron Meyer and Jordan Kerby taking out wins at the world track championships at the Hong Kong Velodrome.

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Matthew Hayman ready for Paris-Roubaix defence

Even though he knows and cherishes the outcome, Australian cyclist Mathew Hayman still squirms with nerves as he watches footage of last year’s Paris-Roubaix.

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Michael Matthews has sprinted to victory on the opening stage of the Tour of Spain to top an all-Australian podium where he was flanked by Jay McCarthy and Simon Gerrans.

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Lance Armstrong to face $100 million suit

A judge has cleared the way for a US government lawsuit seeking nearly $US100 ($A131 million) in damages from disgraced former professional cyclist Lance Armstrong to go to trial, according to court papers.

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Ewan wins again, Porte claims Tour title

Australian sprint ace Caleb Ewan has won the last Tour Down Under stage as compatriot Richie Porte confirmed his overall title.

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Porte wants Ewan at the Tour de France

Richie Porte hopes he and Caleb Ewan will light up this year’s Tour de France.

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After spending a day in the furnace, Richie Porte hopes to put some heat on his Tour Down Under rivals.

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‘Aussie’ Chaves to shine at Tour Down Under

Just three years ago, Esteban Chaves was a promising Colombian cyclist with a badly-damaged right arm who spoke no English.

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Ewan facing cycling audition at Tour Down Under

The Tour Down Under forms part of a lengthy cycling audition for Australian sprint ace Caleb Ewan.

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Miles Scotson has started his senior professional cycling career by winning one of the greatest races in Australian road championships history.

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Ewan ready to fire at cycling nationals

After misfiring on New Years Day, the Orica-Scott machine is ready to roll into Ballarat.

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Overall leader's yellow jersey, British Bradley Wiggins. AFP PHOTO / JOEL SAGET

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Orica-GreenEDGE rider Amanda Spratt (Image: Supplied)

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Richie Porte raises his arms in victory

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Anna Meares Australia Rio 2016 Olympic Games

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Nairo Quintana Vuelta a Espana 2014 Stage 9

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Colombia's Nairo Quintana

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2017 Criterium du Dauphine: Stage 8 live blog

By Brendon Vella, 11 Jun 2017
2017 Criterium du Dauphine: Stage 8 live blog

The final stage of the Criterium du Dauphine is the shortest road stage of the race at just over 115 kilometres, and with four classified climbs, it will be an enthralling stage. Join The Roar’s live coverage of Stage 8 of the Criterium du Dauphine from 9:30pm AEST.

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2017 Criterium du Dauphine: Stage 7 live race updates, blog

Australian Richie Porte will be out to defend his yellow jersey in Stage 7 of the Criterium du Dauphine, as the peloton take on the famous Alpe d’Huez. Join The Roar for live coverage and updates from 9:20pm (AEST).

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2017 Criterium du Dauphine: Stage 7 preview

By Brendon Vella, 10 Jun 2017
2017 Criterium du Dauphine: Stage 7 preview

Six classified climbs on Stage 7 of the Criterium du Dauphine lead to an exciting finish to the penultimate stage to the top of Alpe D’Huez.

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2017 Criterium du Dauphine: Stage 6 live race updates, blog

Stage 6 of the of the 2017 Criterium du Dauphine will bring out the GC contenders for the first showdown in the high mountains that will guarantee a shake-up in the overall standings and lay down an early marker for the upcoming Tour de France.

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2017 Criterium du Dauphine: Stage 6 Preview

By Brendon Vella, 9 Jun 2017
2017 Criterium du Dauphine: Stage 6 Preview

After five days predominantly favoring the sprinters and punchers, Stage 6 of the Criterium du Dauphine signals the start of three difficult days in the high mountains for the general classification contenders.

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2017 Criterium du Dauphine: Stage 5 live race updates, blog

Aussie rider Richie Porte will be looking to build on his Stage 4 win as he continues to chase down race leader Thomas De Gendt, on a flat, yet potentially dangerous Stage 5 of the Criterium du Dauphine. Catch all the live coverage and updates on The Roar from 11pm (AEST).

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2017 Criterium du Dauphine: Stage 4 live race updates, blog

Stage 4 of the 2017 Criterium Du Dauphine will bring the first real sorting out of the general classification, as the riders take on a 23.5 kilometre individual time trial. Join The Roar for live race updates and coverage from 10pm (AEST).

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2017 Criterium du Dauphine: Stage 4 preview

By Brendon Vella, 7 Jun 2017
2017 Criterium du Dauphine: Stage 4 preview

The general classification men will be required to show themselves as the riders tackle a 23.5-kilometre individual time trial on Stage 4 of the Criterium du Dauphine.

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2017 Criterium du Dauphine: Stage 3 live race updates, blog

It’ll be one of the final two chances for the sprinters to strike at the 2017 Criterium Du Dauphine when Stage 3 takes the riders from Le Chambon-sur-Lignon to Tullins. Join The Roar for live updates and coverage from 10:15pm (AEST).

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2017 Criterium du Dauphine: Stage 3 preview

By Brendon Vella, 6 Jun 2017
2017 Criterium du Dauphine: Stage 3 preview

After a lot of climbing over the first two days, the pure sprinters will be keen to get another flat parcour and a fast bunch sprint in the legs on Stage 3 of the Criterium du Dauphine.

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2017 Criterium du Dauphine: Stage 2 live blog

By Brendon Vella, 5 Jun 2017
2017 Criterium du Dauphine: Stage 2 live blog

Stage 2 of the Criterium du Dauphine will be one for the sprinters. Join The Roar’s live coverage of Stage 2 of the Criterium du Dauphine from 11pm AEST.

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2017 Criterium du Dauphine: Stage 1 live blog

By Brendon Vella, 4 Jun 2017
2017 Criterium du Dauphine: Stage 1 live blog

Stage 1 of the Criterium du Dauphine will be one for the punchers, with three climbs inside the final 35 kilometres of racing sure to put the pure sprinters under pressure. Join the Roar’s live coverage of the first stage of the Criterium du Dauphine from 9:45pm AEST.

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Giro d’Italia: Five takeaways from the grand tour

It has been an amazing three weeks watching the Giro d’Italia. The organisers could not have scripted a better outcome for its 100th anniversary if they had tried.

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Giro d’Italia: Poor sportsmanship or just changing times?

It has been another exciting and riveting Giro d’Italia. With one stage to go, there are four riders within one minute of each other. The decisive factor will be an individual time trial.

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Fans hurt by lack of Giro coverage

By Brendon Vella, 18 May 2017
Fans hurt by lack of Giro coverage

The Giro d’Italia has been my favourite Grand Tour over the past few years, with some sensational racing and gripping moments keeping the interest in the event high.

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Doping at the Giro: Italian authorities must do more

Just like the 2013 Giro d’Italia, Giro 2017 will again be remembered for some Italian cyclists disgracing a major cycling event in their own backyard.

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The peloton rides in "Les Moulins" in the Tour de Romandie

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Track Cycling Rio 2016 Olympic Games

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Simon Gerrans sprints to victory in Liege-Bastogne-Liege

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Simon Gerrans sprints to victory in Liege-Bastogne-Liege

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Spain's Alejandro Valverde (left) from Movistar Team races over the finish line with Australia's Simon Gerrans. (AAP Image/Benjamin Macmahon)

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Spain's Alejandro Valverde (left) from Movistar Team races over the finish line with Australia's Simon Gerrans. (AAP Image/Benjamin Macmahon)

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Mathew Hayman Paris-Roubaix cycling

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Orica-GreenEDGE during the 2014 Road Nats, Ballarat

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Mathew Hayman Paris-Roubaix cycling

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