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Cycling

# cycling - Sunday 7 July, 2013

From The Score Sprint Finish: Ireland’s Dan Martin takes superb stage win Tour De France

Sprint Finish: Ireland’s Dan Martin takes superb stage win

The Irish Garmin-Sharp rider rode out with Jakob Fuglsang and narrowly won the duel.

# cycling - Wednesday 3 July, 2013

From The Score Sprint finish: Cavendish explodes into life on Tour Tour De France

Sprint finish: Cavendish explodes into life on Tour

Got two minutes? Here’s everything you need to know about today’s fifth stage of the Tour de France.

# cycling - Saturday 29 June, 2013

From The Score A bus got stuck at the finish line of the Tour de France WTdF

A bus got stuck at the finish line of the Tour de France

The opening stage of the 100th TdF didn’t exactly get off to the smoothest of starts.

# cycling - Friday 28 June, 2013

From The Score ‘Impossible to win Tour without doping’ – Armstrong TDF

‘Impossible to win Tour without doping’ – Armstrong

“To take one example, EPO will not help a sprinter to win a 100m but it will be decisive for a 10,000m runner. It’s obvious.”

# cycling - Thursday 27 June, 2013

From The Score Cycling election hopeful Cookson hits back at Pat McQuaid criticism TDF

Cycling election hopeful Cookson hits back at Pat McQuaid criticism

McQuaid dubbed his plans “half baked, fundamentally flawed and financially impractical”.

# cycling - Wednesday 26 June, 2013

From The Daily Edge The 12 worst things about being a cyclist Vicious Cycle

The 12 worst things about being a cyclist

WHY AM I SO SWEATY?

# cycling - Monday 24 June, 2013

From The Score Doping inquiry would call on McQuaid’s predecessor Verbruggen, says UCI challenger Cycling

Doping inquiry would call on McQuaid’s predecessor Verbruggen, says UCI challenger

Brian Cookson is taking on Pat McQuaid in the battle for control of cycling.

# cycling - Saturday 22 June, 2013

From The Score Brace yourself… Jan Ullrich admits to doping for the first time Dope

Brace yourself… Jan Ullrich admits to doping for the first time

I know, it knocked the wind out of us too.

# cycling - Friday 14 June, 2013

From The Score UCI approves plans for independent audit into Armstrong scandal Cycling

UCI approves plans for independent audit into Armstrong scandal

The world governing body has agreed to back an investigation into its role in the disgraced cyclist’s doping.

# cycling - Wednesday 12 June, 2013

From The Score Lance Armstrong ‘made too many enemies’ says former rival Ullrich TDF

Lance Armstrong ‘made too many enemies’ says former rival Ullrich

“He always wanted to be the boss and behaved ruthlessly with his subordinates,” said the disgraced former Tour champion.

# cycling - Tuesday 11 June, 2013

From The Score Paul Kimmage: ‘I don’t think we’ll ever see that money again’ Vicious Cycle

Paul Kimmage: ‘I don’t think we’ll ever see that money again’

Questions remain about the fund raised by supporters for the Irish journalist.

# cycling - Thursday 6 June, 2013

From The Score Greg LeMond backs challenge to cycling chief Pat McQuaid Game Of Thrones

Greg LeMond backs challenge to cycling chief Pat McQuaid

“The fact there has been an actual reaction in Ireland against him speaks pretty loudly that people in cycling want change,” he said.

# cycling - Tuesday 4 June, 2013

From The Score British cycling chief to challenge Pat McQuaid and ‘restore credibility’ UCI

British cycling chief to challenge Pat McQuaid and ‘restore credibility’

Brian Cookson has revealed plans to replace the current president of the International Cycling Union.

# cycling - Friday 31 May, 2013

From The Score Knees up for Froome as crocked Wiggins ruled out of Tour de France Wiggin Out

Knees up for Froome as crocked Wiggins ruled out of Tour de France

Team Sky won’t have to deal with those niggly ‘Who’s number one?’ questions this summer.

From The Score Pat McQuaid slams ruling in Spain doping case Cycling

Pat McQuaid slams ruling in Spain doping case

The Dubliner is seeking a battle for a third term as president of the UCI.

# cycling - Wednesday 29 May, 2013

From The Daily Edge Want a free bike? On Yer Bike

Want a free bike?

There’s one up for grabs in Dublin.

# cycling - Tuesday 28 May, 2013

From The Score Lance Armstrong case: Nike cuts ties to Livestrong Yellow

Lance Armstrong case: Nike cuts ties to Livestrong

Nine years and $100million later, the sports clothing giants have ended the relationship with the chairty formerly run by Lance Armstrong.

# cycling - Sunday 26 May, 2013

From The Score Home win cheers An Post Rás fans while Bialoblocki clinches overall title Special Delivery

Home win cheers An Post Rás fans while Bialoblocki clinches overall title

Sam Bennett of Carrick-on-Suir led home a Chain Reaction 1-2-3 finish in Skerries today.

# cycling - Friday 24 May, 2013

On your bike! Google Maps now includes cycling directions

The directions show dedicated bike lanes as well as roadways which are deemed ‘bicycle friendly’ and no-go areas.

From The Score Another black day for cycling despite the white-out at the Giro Dark Day

Another black day for cycling despite the white-out at the Giro

Former winner Danilo Di Luca has been withdrawn from this year’s race after a positive drugs test.

From The Score Stage 19 of Giro d’Italia falls victim to snow Cycling

Stage 19 of Giro d’Italia falls victim to snow

There has been no word yet on whether stage 20, which is also at risk, will go ahead.

# cycling - Thursday 23 May, 2013

From The Score Pat McQuaid: Panel to study UCI-Armstrong ‘collusion’ Lance

Pat McQuaid: Panel to study UCI-Armstrong ‘collusion’

The Dubliner says claims about the UCI and Armstrong’s relationship “absolutely will be addressed,” next week.

# cycling - Friday 17 May, 2013

From The Score Sick Bradley Wiggins pulls out of Italy’s Giro TDF

Sick Bradley Wiggins pulls out of Italy’s Giro

The Tour de France champion has a chest infection.

# cycling - Thursday 16 May, 2013

From The Score Pat McQuaid’s UCI nomination bid gets the nod from Swiss ahead of Irish EGM Cycling

Pat McQuaid’s UCI nomination bid gets the nod from Swiss ahead of Irish EGM

“It has become clear that my nomination in Ireland has been politicised by a small group of people,” he said today.

# cycling - Tuesday 14 May, 2013

From The Daily Edge 11 things you might not know about cycling in Ireland On Yer Bike

11 things you might not know about cycling in Ireland

Let’s settle this red light thing for once and for all.

# cycling - Sunday 12 May, 2013

From The Score Everything but the Ferg: Some of the week’s best sportswriting Well Read

Everything but the Ferg: Some of the week’s best sportswriting

Get the kettle on and check this lot out.

# cycling - Friday 10 May, 2013

From The Score ‘Skins’ boss urges cycling chiefs not to back Pat McQuaid’s re-election bid Cycling

‘Skins’ boss urges cycling chiefs not to back Pat McQuaid’s re-election bid

“For the sake of cycling, we don’t want to see the Swiss Cycling Federation opening what should be a locked door,” Jaimie Fuller said.

# cycling - Wednesday 8 May, 2013

From The Score This is what it feels like to sprint for over a kilometre and win a stage of the Giro Vicious Cycle

# cycling - Friday 3 May, 2013

From The Score Paul Kimmage in a ‘black hole’ as questions raised about missing defence fund money Funds

Paul Kimmage in a ‘black hole’ as questions raised about missing defence fund money

The Irish journalist says he’s been devastated by the news.

From The Score Lance Armstrong doping ring to be investigated in Spain Lance

Lance Armstrong doping ring to be investigated in Spain

Spanish authorities have opened a probe into those mentioned in the now famous USADA report.

# cycling - Wednesday 1 May, 2013

From The Score Paul Kimmage devastated as defence fund reportedly ‘disappeared’ Rough Ride

Paul Kimmage devastated as defence fund reportedly ‘disappeared’

The cycling world had rallied behind the Irish journalist when he faced a UCI law suit.

# cycling - Tuesday 30 April, 2013

From The Score Doping case doctor Fuentes sentenced to one year in prison in Spain Operation Puerto

Doping case doctor Fuentes sentenced to one year in prison in Spain

The infamous doctor was found guilty of endangering public health by administering blood transfusions to top cyclists.

# cycling - Monday 29 April, 2013

From The Score Cycling: Pat McQuaid’s presidential nomination declared void UCI

Cycling: Pat McQuaid’s presidential nomination declared void

Cycling Ireland have reportedly made the move as, “the rules for holding meetings may not have been rigidly adhered to.”

# cycling - Saturday 27 April, 2013

From The Score 10 things we learned from Paul Kimmage’s interview on Marian Reflections

10 things we learned from Paul Kimmage’s interview on Marian

The former cyclist and acclaimed journalist was on the RTE Radio 1 show earlier today.

# cycling - Wednesday 24 April, 2013

From The Score The Paul Kimmage film about his Lance crusade, doping and the UCI that you should see Rough Rider
From The Score End game for Lance Armstrong as US Justice Department says he was ‘unjustly enriched’ Lance

End game for Lance Armstrong as US Justice Department says he was ‘unjustly enriched’

Federal officials laid out their case against the shamed cyclist.

# cycling - Tuesday 23 April, 2013

From The Score Greg LeMond: ‘no vendetta’ against former friend Lance Armstrong Betsy Andreu

Greg LeMond: ‘no vendetta’ against former friend Lance Armstrong

The Tour de France legend says he doesn’t “rejoice” in the downfall of the man that pushed him out of cycling.

# cycling - Friday 19 April, 2013

From The Score How the bad guys live: Fancy a peek around Lance Armstrong’s new $4.3M house? Lair

How the bad guys live: Fancy a peek around Lance Armstrong’s new $4.3M house?

But remember, kids. Cheaters never prosper… okay maybe a little.

# cycling - Thursday 18 April, 2013

From The Score Lance Armstrong manager hails cycling’s ‘new era’ Wut

Lance Armstrong manager hails cycling’s ‘new era’

Everything’s grand now according to Johan Bruyneel.

# cycling - Wednesday 17 April, 2013

From The Score Ireland’s Dan Martin pipped for a podium place at the Flèche Wallonne Cycling

Ireland’s Dan Martin pipped for a podium place at the Flèche Wallonne

Martin’s hopes of a top-three finish in the Belgian classic were hampered by a puncture 20 kilometres from home.