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Luca Paolini of Italy won the third stage of the Giro d'Italia on Monday to take the overall lead from compatriot Salvatore Puccio. Paolini, who rides for Katusha, completed the 138-mile leg from Sorrento to Marina di Ascea in 5 hours, 43 minutes, 50
Chris Froome leads Tour of Oman after second place in stage Great Britain's Chris Froome took the overall lead at the Tour of Oman by finishing second on the fourth stage. The 27-year-old Team Sky cyclist finished behind Katusha's Joaquim Rodriguez
The 17th stage Wednesday didn`t appear on paper as if it would present any problems to Rodriguez, who began the day with a 28-second lead over second place Contador. The 187 kilometres from Santander to Fuente De included a third category and two
Belgium (AP) — Swiss rider Fabian Cancellara is wearing the Tour de France leader's yellow jersey as the pack starts the first stage. The 123-mile loop from Liege to suburban Seraing — with a slight uphill finish — is expected to
Story continues below Belgian rider Gianni Meersman timed his attack perfectly to win Wednesday's stage, and Bradley Wiggins kept the overall lead despite Valverde's late attack on the final climb. Meersman was in sixth place as the final sprint was
The Team Sky rider finished second fastest behind Germany's Tony Martin in 55 minutes and 39 seconds, despite easing up on wet roads near the finish. Wiggins now leads Australia's Cadel Evans by one minute and 11 seconds in the general classification.
American Chris Horner, often lauded as one of the best support riders in the world, made a late move up Sierra Road to win Stage 4 and land the first real blow of this year's race. Horner took off on Sierra Road, joined by his teammate and three-time
AFP Dutchman Pieter Weening capped a brave solo attack with victory in the fifth stage of the Giro d'Italia on Wednesday to take the race leader's pink jersey from Britain's David Millar. A day after the peloton held a 216km procession to honour
Luxembourg (AP) — Lance Armstrong remains third overall in the Tour of Luxembourg, with Frank Schleck winning a two-man sprint in front of his home crowd to edge Italian Matteo Carrara in the second leg of the five-day race.
Earlier his compatriot Marc Coma had won his second successive motorcycling stage. Sainz extended his overnight lead to over 10 minutes as his second-placed Volkswagen teammate Qatari Nasser Al-Attiyah could finish only fourth in the stage, 1min