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Darwin Atapuma will look to continue his stranglehold on the red jersey on Stage 8 of the Vuelta a Espana, but that will require him to climb with the best of them on the 181.5 kilometre journey to the brutal Alto de la Camperona. Join The Roar for live coverage from 10:45pm (AEST).

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Another punishing day of climbing awaits the peloton on Stage 7 with three categorised climbs and many uncategorised lumps to contend with. Join The Roar for live coverage of the 2016 Vuelta a Espana from 11pm (AEST).

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Another lumpy day awaits the peloton in the 2016 Vuelta a Espana, with a final 70 kilometres consisting of climbing and descending set to ensure only the strong survive. Join The Roar for live coverage of Stage 6 from 11pm (AEST).

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The Vuelta a Espana rollls on, with the Stage 5 parcours nominally for the sprinters, a 171.3-kilometre trek from Viveiro to Lugo. Join The Roar for live updates and commentary from 11pm (AEST).

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The riders struggled through one of the harshest climbs on the calendar yesterday, but won’t be given much respite on Stage 4 today, taking on the second uphill finish in the opening days. Join The Roar from 10:45pm (AEST) for all the live highlights and racing action.

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One of the steepest climbs ever seen in professional bike racing will headline Stage 3 of the Vuelta a Espana, with a shake-up of the general classification anticipated on the 176.4 kilometre journey from Marin to Dumbria, Mirador de Ezaro. Join The Roar for live coverage from 10:45pm (AEST).

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Stage 2 of the Vuelta should be a day for the sprinters despite the presence of a mid-race climb and a lumpy approach to the finish.

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The first road stage of the Vuelta gets underway from the town of Ourense Capital Termal, with the riders completing 160 kilometres before reaching the first sprint finish of the town along the coast town of Baiona.

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The Vuelta a Espaaa gets underway as it did in 2015, with a team time trial. At 27.8 kilometres, the Stage 1 should see moderate time gaps between those hoping for overall victory. Join The Roar for live coverage from 2:30am (AEST).

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Despite the Olympics reaching its finale, more late nights are ahead for Australian cycling fans, as la Vuelta a Espana rolls out with a 27-kilometre team time trial from Balneario de Laias to Parwue Natuico de Castrelo de Mino.

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Cycling’s third and final Grand Tour of the season begins on Sunday, August 21 (Australian time) at the Laias Health Resort in the province of Ourense, part of the autonomous community of Galicia in the north-west of Spain.

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Australia’s cycling program at the 2016 Rio Olympics is winding down, with only mountain bikes and BMX remaining, and with just a silver and a bronze, it’s been disappointing.

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The final day at the velodrome for track cycling at the Rio 2016 Olympics will see three more gold medals up for grabs with Great Britain expected to clean up once again. Join The Roar for live coverage and updates from 5am (AEST).

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The final day of the track cycling starts with a hectic morning session, where the men start their quest for Keirin glory, whilst the women are on track in the Omnium and the Sprint quarterfinals. Join The Roar for a live blog from 11pm (AEST).

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After four days of solid racing, the evening session of Day 10 of the Olympic Games will see both the Men’s and Women’s Omnium on track, with the Men’s competition featuring the final two events before the medals are handed out. Join The Roar for a live blog from 5am (AEST).

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It will be another action packed day at the Rio Olympic Velodrome with another two gold medals up for grabs in the women’s keirin and team pursuit, while the men’s sprint continues to unfold before the final tomorrow. Join The Roar for live coverage from 5am (AEST).

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Sir Bradley Wiggins has ended his long cycling career on one final high, winning Gold and setting a new world record in men’s team pursuit at the Rio Olympics.

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On Friday evening Rio time, Great Britain’s track pursuit team beat Australia to take the gold medal. Both teams broke the world record, with Britain shaving just a bit more off to edge out the Aussies.

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Day 2 at the Rio Olympics velodrome will see Australian flag bearer Anna Meares team up with Stephanie Morton in the women’s team sprint while Great Britain go in as favourites in the men’s team pursuit. Join The Roar for live coverage from 5am (AEST).

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A punishing 54.4 kilometres greets the riders for the men’s individual time trial at the Rio Olympics with Tour de France winner Chris Froome going in as favourite. Join The Roar for live coverage from 11pm (AEST).

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