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In La Bresse the last questions regarding the selection for the Olympic games were being answered. Ralph Näf scored a third-place finish and thus got his ticket to London, a performance bettered by Gunn-Rita Dahle Flesjå. For the first time since 2008 the Norwegian won a Worldcup race.
Sky's Ian Stannard has been using a Pinarello Dogma 2 team bike equipped with a prototype of Shimano's new Dura-Ace 11-speed components during the 2012 Giro d'Italia.
The 39-year-old from Brisbane was among the world's greatest sprinters at the peak of his career, which also saw him win 12 stages of both the Giro d'Italia and his homeland's Tour Down Under.
The UCI's World Cycling Centre (WCC) in Aigle, Switzerland, celebrates its 10th anniversary today. Since opening its doors in 2002, the WCC has become internationally recognised, receiving the label "Olympic Training Centre" from the International Olympic Committee.
Mario Cipollini writes a column daily in La Gazzetta dello Sport newspaper during the Giro d'Italia. Lately, he has been critical of Mark Cavendish and team Sky.
When the world champion Mark Cavendish delivered a knockout bunch sprint to claim his 10th Giro d'Italia stage of his career and 33rd Grand Tour win yesterday it was very much business as usual – however, the Manxman then created a far greater surprise by announcing he would not be making a widely expected exit.
EDINBURGH has been identified as the starting point for the 2017 Tour de France if a joint bid by EventScotland, British Cycling and UK Sport, backed by First Minister Alex Salmond, succeeds in bringing the cycle race to Scotland.
THE PHILIPPINE Cycling Team graced the recently concluded sales rally of the Asiawide Refreshments Corp. (ARC) at the PICC. Its head coach and members came in full gear to inspire ARC’s Luzon sales force towards achieving victory, as the athletes convincingly did at last year’s Southeast Asian Games.
Roberto Ferrari of Androni Giocattoli-Venezuela, the man whose sudden change of direction led to Mark Cavendish crashing in Stage 3 of the Giro d'Italia in the Danish town of Horsens last week, today outsprinted the world champion to put paid to his hopes of winning in the Tuscan town of Montecatini Terme, close to the Team Sky rider's Italian home in Quarrata.