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# cycling - Thursday 12 September, 2013

From The Score Bradley Wiggins ‘almost quit 2012 Tour’, claims Team Sky’s Yates Wiggo

Bradley Wiggins ‘almost quit 2012 Tour’, claims Team Sky’s Yates

Wiggins sent a text after Chris Froome’s unexpected attack saying it’d be better if he went home.

# cycling - Wednesday 11 September, 2013

From The Score Nicolas Roche moves up to 5th on good day at the Vuelta Cycling

Nicolas Roche moves up to 5th on good day at the Vuelta

Roche finished 10th overall on today’s 18th stage, won by Bauke Mollema.

Plans launched for major cycle network in Greater Dublin Area

The National Tarnsport Authority has encouraged public to review the plans and get involved in the consultation process.

# cycling - Monday 9 September, 2013

From The Score Barguil takes stage 16 as Roche gains six seconds on lead Progress

Barguil takes stage 16 as Roche gains six seconds on lead

The Irish cyclist finished 22nd today, leaving him in sixth place on the overall leaderboard.

# cycling - Sunday 8 September, 2013

From The Score Geniez wins 15th stage as Roche finishes third at Vuelta As It Stands

Geniez wins 15th stage as Roche finishes third at Vuelta

Giro d’Italia winner Vincenzo Nibali maintained his lead in the overall classification.

# cycling - Saturday 7 September, 2013

From The Score Disastrous day for Roche at Vuelta as Ratto takes 14th stage Disappointment

Disastrous day for Roche at Vuelta as Ratto takes 14th stage

The Irish cyclist is now more than four minutes off the lead following a sub-par display.

# cycling - Wednesday 4 September, 2013

From The Score Nicolas Roche back up to second overall at Vuelta after time trial efforts Nico

Nicolas Roche back up to second overall at Vuelta after time trial efforts

The Irishman put in an impressive time trial performance this afernoon.

From The Score Judge orders Lance Armstrong to answer doping questions Vicious Cycle

Judge orders Lance Armstrong to answer doping questions

One insurer wants to know when Pat McQuaid first learned of Armstrong’s doping.

# cycling - Monday 2 September, 2013

From The Score Vuelta hopes fading for Nicolas Roche as he drops back to 3rd Tour Of Spain

Vuelta hopes fading for Nicolas Roche as he drops back to 3rd

The red jersey has passed from Daniel Moreno to American veteran Christopher Horner.

# cycling - Sunday 1 September, 2013

From The Score Nicolas Roche denied Vuelta lead by 1 second after thrilling finish Every Second Counts

Nicolas Roche denied Vuelta lead by 1 second after thrilling finish

The red jersey now goes to Daniel Moreno but Roche is well in the hunt for podium-topping glory.

# cycling - Saturday 31 August, 2013

From The Score Nicolas Roche says leading Vuelta is ‘like a dream’ Reaction

Nicolas Roche says leading Vuelta is ‘like a dream’

“Every year I come to the Tour of Spain I think about having the red jersey for one day and it is incredible to do it,” he said.

From The Score VIDEO: Roche finishes third amid thrilling Vuelta climax Success

VIDEO: Roche finishes third amid thrilling Vuelta climax

Relive the final few moments of a historic day for Irish cycling in Spain.

From The Score Martin critical of UCI representatives after ‘most painful’ crash Tour Of Spain

Martin critical of UCI representatives after ‘most painful’ crash

The Garmin-Sharp rider suffered a concussion and serious abrasions 11 kilometres from the finish yesterday.

# cycling - Friday 30 August, 2013

From The Score Don’t touch that dial… here’s the sport on TV this weekend Sport On TV

Don’t touch that dial… here’s the sport on TV this weekend

Turn the phone off and get the slippers on.

# cycling - Monday 26 August, 2013

From The Score Martin & Roche both finish in top 10 on Stage 3 of the Vuelta La Vuelta

Martin & Roche both finish in top 10 on Stage 3 of the Vuelta

Both finished 3 seconds down with Martin 5th and Roche 9th.

# cycling - Sunday 25 August, 2013

From The Score ‘An incredible day’: Nicolas Roche takes stage 2 of La Vuelta Vuelta A Espana

‘An incredible day’: Nicolas Roche takes stage 2 of La Vuelta

The Irishman finished the climb to Baiona two seconds clear of Daniel Moreno.

Lance Armstrong pays the Sunday Times back

The publication was forced to give the disgraced cyclist £300,000 in a 2006 court decision

# cycling - Saturday 24 August, 2013

From The Score ‘The sport is suffering’: Jaimie Fuller and the battle to change cycling Focus

‘The sport is suffering’: Jaimie Fuller and the battle to change cycling

SKINS chairman Jaimie Fuller meets TheScore.ie to talk about cycling’s sickness, the UCI Presidential race, and why he chose to get involved.

# cycling - Wednesday 21 August, 2013

From The Score Swiss collapse puts McQuaid in ‘a very difficult position’ — Cookson UCI Presidential Race

Swiss collapse puts McQuaid in ‘a very difficult position’ — Cookson

UCI President Pat McQuaid’s re-election bid now hinges on a disputed joint nomination from the Thai and Moroccan Cycling Federations.

# cycling - Tuesday 20 August, 2013

From The Score Sean Kelly: Readers are not interested in half an autobiography about doping Hunger Pains

Sean Kelly: Readers are not interested in half an autobiography about doping

The former number one cyclist in the world spoke to Second Captains about details in his book ‘Hunger’.

# cycling - Monday 19 August, 2013

Limerick bike scheme to be launched next autumn

The scheme is styled on the Dublin Bikes Scheme, which has recorded over three million journeys since its launch.

# cycling - Monday 12 August, 2013

From The Score Opinion: Drugs aren’t the real problem in sport, hoping they don’t exist is Denial

Opinion: Drugs aren’t the real problem in sport, hoping they don’t exist is

With PEDs once again making headlines in baseball, it’d be foolish to think your favourite sport is clean.

# cycling - Wednesday 31 July, 2013

From The Score McQuaid insists he’s not breaking any rules in re-election bid UCI

McQuaid insists he’s not breaking any rules in re-election bid

The Irishman has responded to Brian Cookson’s claims that he is acting out of desperation.

# cycling - Tuesday 30 July, 2013

From The Score Pat McQuaid ‘desperate’ as election rival hits out at proposed changes to presidential race Vicious Cycle

Pat McQuaid ‘desperate’ as election rival hits out at proposed changes to presidential race

The rule change ‘smacks of attempted dictatorship,’ says the British candidate.

# cycling - Monday 29 July, 2013

From The Score Here’s how that biker jumped over the Tour de France Leap Of Faith This post contains videos

Here’s how that biker jumped over the Tour de France

Romain Marandet performed an incredible stunt during the penultimate stage of Le Tour. Watch how it was made possible.

# cycling - Sunday 28 July, 2013

Lord Mayor: Developers hanging on to prime Dublin sites should face penalties Meet The Mayor This post contains videos

Lord Mayor: Developers hanging on to prime Dublin sites should face penalties

Oisín Quinn has been setting out his aims for his term in office in a wide-ranging interview. On a personal front, his priorities include trying to accommodate a young family and small dog in the garden-less Mansion House…

# cycling - Thursday 25 July, 2013

From The Score David Walsh apologises to Irish fans offended by claims of abuse to Team Sky Backing Down

David Walsh apologises to Irish fans offended by claims of abuse to Team Sky

The Sunday Times journalist took to Twitter in an effort to clarify statements made in his latest column.

From The Score Man on a mountain bike jumps over Tour de France leaders mid-race Madness This post contains videos

Man on a mountain bike jumps over Tour de France leaders mid-race

Romain Marandet knows how to make an entrance.

From The Score No, David Walsh doesn’t want to respond to Paul Kimmage’s criticism Doping

No, David Walsh doesn’t want to respond to Paul Kimmage’s criticism

Kimmage described parts of a recent article defending Chris Froome as “insulting.”

# cycling - Wednesday 24 July, 2013

From The Score Lance: Team ignored doping allegations and ‘got exactly what it bargained for’ Doping

Lance: Team ignored doping allegations and ‘got exactly what it bargained for’

“The government wanted a winner and all the publicity, exposure, and acclaim that goes along with being his sponsor.”

# cycling - Tuesday 23 July, 2013

From The Score Top three at 1998 Tour de France resorted to EPO, Le Monde reports Doping

Top three at 1998 Tour de France resorted to EPO, Le Monde reports

Marco Pantani, Jan Ullrich and Bobby Julich have been named in a French government report to be published tomorrow.

From The Score ‘I found it insulting’ — Paul Kimmage tackles David Walsh’s defence of Chris Froome TDF

‘I found it insulting’ — Paul Kimmage tackles David Walsh’s defence of Chris Froome

‘Who are the mob’ Kimmage asks his friend and former colleague.

# cycling - Sunday 21 July, 2013

From The Score From Chris to Cadel: The big winners and losers of the 100th Tour de France Review

From Chris to Cadel: The big winners and losers of the 100th Tour de France

It’s all over for another year, cycling fans.

From The Score Poll: Have drug scandals changed how you watch sport? Poll This post contains a poll

Poll: Have drug scandals changed how you watch sport?

Despite the Lance Armstrong revelations, viewership of this year’s Tour de France is up 50%

# cycling - Saturday 20 July, 2013

From The Score Chris Froome lashes out at fan at Tour de France

Chris Froome lashes out at fan at Tour de France

Normally we don’t condone this kind of thing. Normally.

From The Score Sprint Finish: Froome comes through unscathed as Quintana wins stage TDF

Sprint Finish: Froome comes through unscathed as Quintana wins stage

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

From The Score 17 signs you’re a sports fan from… Armagh The Future Is Bright This post contains videos

17 signs you’re a sports fan from… Armagh

Including the well-worn path to Clones, Croker and Neil Lennon’s Mikasa gloves.

# cycling - Friday 19 July, 2013

From The Score Sprint Finish: Costa coasts to victory again as Froome’s form returns TDF

Sprint Finish: Costa coasts to victory again as Froome’s form returns

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

From The Score Is this the greatest music video ever recorded at the Tour de France? Ogerocks This post contains videos
From The Score Tyrone flag flies proudly at Irish Corner on gruelling Tour de France climb Alpe D'Huez

Tyrone flag flies proudly at Irish Corner on gruelling Tour de France climb

The Red Hand county was well represented on Alpe d’Huez.