Poland’s Michal Kwiatkowski claimed the general classification at Tirreno-Adriatico, as Australia’s Rohan Dennis won the final stage in San Benedetto del Tronto.
Marcel Kittel claimed his second win at the Tirreno-Adriatico after triumphing in a sprint finish on the sixth stage of the race in Fano.
Nice will host the Grand Départ of the Tour de France for the second time in 2020, it has been announced.
A long-range attack by Marc Soler saw the Spaniard rewarded with the Paris-Nice title as countryman David de la Cruz emerged as the winner of the final stage.
Switzerland’s Rocco Cattaneo has been elected as the permanent President of the European Cycling Union (UEC) at the organisation’s Congress in Istanbul.
Explosive and damning have been the two words most commonly uttered when summarising the Combatting Doping in Sport report, published in Britain last week by the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee.
Simon Yates claimed the outright lead following a solo attack late on the seventh stage of Paris-Nice in La Colmiane,
Rocco Cattaneo is set to be elected as the European Cycling Union (UEC) President on a permanent basis at their Congress tomorrow.
Rudy Molard climbed to a first International Cycling Union (UCI) WorldTour victory on the sixth stage of Paris-Nice in Vence.
Chris Froome has called on International Cycling Union (UCI) President David Lappartient to raise concerns he has in person after the Frenchman claimed it would be a disaster if the Team Sky rider rode the Tour de France with his salbutamol case unresolved.
France's Jerome Cousin prevailed from a day long breakaway to claim victory on the fifth stage of Paris-Nice in Sisteron.
Fourteen-time Paralympic champion Dame Sarah Storey has withdrawn from the International Cycling Union's Para-Cycling Track World Championships due to an outbreak of yellow fever in host city Rio de Janeiro.
International Cycling Union (UCI) President David Lappartient would like to see the Cycling Anti-Doping Foundation (CADF) open an investigation into the ongoing controversy surrounding Team Sky.
Wout Poels moved into second place in the Paris-Nice standings by winning the individual time trial on stage four in St Etienne.
France's Jonathan Hivert celebrated victory on the third stage of Paris-Nice after triumphing from a three-man breakaway in Châtel-Guyon.