De Marchi wins final stage in Risoul, while Chris Froome wins the overall classification for the 65th Criterium du Dauphiné
Critérium du Dauphiné stage 2 and Viviani takes his first win of the year while David Veilleux keeps the yellow jersey
Gianni Meersman won his second stage at the Tour de Romandie, winning the bunch sprint at the end of 181km Stage 3 on Friday. Chris Froome still leads overall
Double Olympic Champion Ed Clancy was beaten to the line by Orica-Greenedge’s Simone Clarke in the Singapore Crit
Quickstep’s Gianni Meersman emerges from a chaotic finish on stage 1 of the Tour of Romandie victorious
A year after Joaquim Rodriguez’s victory at the Fleche Wallonne, his Katusha team mate Daniel Moreno gave the Russian team yet another success in the Belgian classic.
Kanstantsin Siutsou claims solo victory on stage two at the Giro del Trentino as Wiggins matches attack by rival Niabli.
Saxo-Tinkoff rider Roman Kreuziger denied the favourites a win in the Dutch classic, the Amstel Gold race after a brilliant finale on the climbs where legends are born
Stage 5 and Paris-Nice winner Richie Porte survived an epic stage over 10 categorised climbs in race that saw sixty plus riders abandon. Porte won the stage and put himself in the box seat for the overall victory
Double Olympic champion on the track, Laura Trott, misses break in the Energiewacht Tour but remains in white jersey contention after a strong team chase
Olympic champion Laura Trott (Wiggle Honda) ended day 1 in the Energiewacht Tour in the best young rider jersey after a chaotic first stage in the north east of Holland.
Omega Pharma – Quick-Step’s Mark Cavendish denied record breaking win by Marcel Kittel in chaotic finish of Scheldeprijs semi classic
Déjà Vu as Orica-GreenEdge rider Daryl Impey Sprints to Stage Two Victory in Pais Vasco
Orica-GreenEdge was all in for Simon Gerrans winning the first stage of Vuelta Ciclista al Pais Vasco.
Fabian Cancellara wins the Tour of Flanders for the second time with another awesome display of power and endurance
Double Victory for Sylvain Chavanel (Omega Pharma – Quick-Step) as he wins final stage and the overall
Stage 3: Chris Froome few up the final climb to take the stage and overall whilst teammate Richie Porte backed him up with second
Peter Sagan got his classic win with a solo ride to the finish before a big wheelie to celebrate a stylish victory
Aussie Simon Gerrans shot out of the final corner to rocket past his rival sprinters to clinch victory on stage six of Volta a Catalunya. Dan Martin continues to lead and Wiggins is still in 4th overall.
Former World Sprint champion Theo Bos (Blanco) powers to an impressive win on stage 1 of the Criterium International
The race lead in the Tour de Normandie slipped away from Alex Blain today after a break stayed clear and eluded the chase from Raleigh-GAC but they still have two options for the win over the final two days
One solid attack on the Oude Kwaremont gave Fabian Cancellara the small gap he needed with 35km to go to win the E3 Prijs Vlaanderen – Harelbeke in Belgium.
Chris Froome finishes second to Vincenzo Nibali in Tirreno-Adriatico after the final time trial is won by World Champion Tony Martin
On a brutal stage that saw a load of DNFs, Peter Sagan showed his monster power to get over the climbs with Joaquim Rodriguez and Vincenzo Nibali and then win the sprint for the win
Chris Froome battled hard on the final ascent to move into the race lead after stage five of Tirreno-Adriatico.
Richie Porte became the first Australian to win Paris-Nice when he sealed victory in the final time trial on Col d’Eze on Sunday with a dominant display of climbing and time trialing
Whilst Chris Froome was the stage winner, the leader’s jersey went from Cavendish to teammate Michal Kwiatkowski in Tirreno-Adriatico
Sylvain Chavanel (Quickstep) displayed determined sprinting power to beat World champion Philippe Gilbert (BMC) on the line and claim his third stage victory in Paris-Nice on Saturday.
Peter ‘the Hulk’ Sagan denied race leader Mark Cavendish the stage win in another wet and windy stage in Italy
After Wiggins win in 2012, Sky have a new star of Paris-Nice after Australian Riche Porte attacked his way to victory
After another wet and windy stage in Italy, Australian winner of Milan-San Remo in 2011 Matt Goss triumphed to make it two major victories for his team on the same day as Albasini’s win in Paris-Nice
Garmin’s Andrew Talansky won stage 3 of Paris-Nice after making it into select group on the final climbs of the wet and windy stage to Brioude
Britain’s Mark Cavendish leads Tirreno Adriatico after leading his team Omega Pharma Quickstep across the line after a very wet 10 miles of team time trialing
Fortunes can change quickly on Paris-Nice as Marcel Kittel (Argos-Shimano) found out when he clinched the second stage in Cerilly while the previous day’s winner Nacer Bouhanni (FDJ) crashed out in an incident-packed 200.5-kms ride from Vimory.
British riders light up the Le Samyn semi classic in Belgium but the win goes to Alexey Tsatevich of Katusa
Welshman Geraint Thomas was fourth in the first of the 2013 Classics, Omloop Het Nieuwsblad (Het Volk) won by Italian Luca Paolini
Tour of Britain winner Lars Boom won the mountainous stage 2 of Haut Var whilst Frenchman Arthur Vichot won the overall. Aussie Lachlan Norris is the top rider for Raleigh in their first race of the season.
World champion time trialist Tony Martin wins the final stage of the Tour of Algarve as well as the overall for the race after a 1-2 by Omega Pharma – Quick-Step
Sky’s Sergio Henao won the third stage with a late attack in the Volta Algarve, powering to his first victory for Team Sky in emphatic fashion. He now leads the race overall.
Runner-up in the 2012 Tour de France, Kenyan born Brit Chris Froome started his 2013 season in style, winning the 4th edition of the Tour of Oman
Tour de France runner up in 2012, Chris Froome went head to head again with Alberto Contador and came out on top winning the stage and extending his lead overall. Contador was second and Joaquim Rodriguez third.
Mark Cavendish was 6th on stage 1 in the Tour of Algarve won by Blanco rider Paul Martens after roundabout split the leaders in the rush to the line
Katusha’s Joaquim Rodriguez wins the battle of the climbers for the stage but Chris Froome now leads the overall in the Tour of Oman
Tour de France hero from 2012, Peter Sagan won stage 2 of the Tour of Oman and now leads the race overall. Chris Froome was sixth and occupies that place overall.
Saturday’s stage 4 in the Tour Méditerranéen brought the leader’s jersey to Maxime Monfort of Radioshack-Leopard-Trek.
Moving to a new team in 2013 has certainly provided Britain’s Mark Cavendish with the platform for a winning start to the season as grabs four stages and the overall for Quickstep
Germany’s André Greipel, (Lotto-Belisol) carried on his winning streak from the Tour Down Under in the Tour of the Mediterranean and leads the race won by Jon Locke in 2012.
Ben Swift 5th & Ian Bibby 10th in race three of the Challenge Majorca, the mountainous Trofeo Serra de Tramuntana
Former World Champion Mark Cavendish, Omega Pharma-Quick Step has won his second race of 2013 on stage 3 of the Tour of Qatar, UCI 2.1 between Al Wakra and Mesaieed, 143 km
The BMC Racing Team with Stephen Cummings and Adam Blythe win the 14-kilometre team time trial on stage 2 of the Tour of Qatar.
The Netherlands were the big winners at the 2013 World Cyclo-Cross championships, taking three out of four titles, including Marianne Vos winning her fifth consecutive rainbow jersey.
There was another victory in 2013 for the Lotto Belisol team, this time in Trofeo Palma where Kenny Dehaes beat Tyler Farrar and Britain’s Ben Swift to the top step of the podium
The Netherland’s Kirsten Wild conquered a third Ladies Tour of Qatar after triumphing on the final stage of the 5th edition.
Vic Barnett of the Welland Valley Cycling Club, successfully defended his World Masters Cyclo-cross title for the 65 to 69 years old in Louisville, Kentucky, USA.
Stage 3 of the Ladies Tour of Qatar was as fast as it was eventful with an impressive average speed of over 45km/h climaxed by Kirsten Wild capturing her second consecutive stage win and taking command of the overall standings.
Kirsten Wild captures her first success of the year, claiming a record fourth stage victory on stage 2 of the Ladies Tour of Qatar after a windy day in the desert.
In their first race together as a team, Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling’s Rochelle Gilmore and Lauren Kitchen both finished safely in the main group whilst British rider Katie Colclough was 17th, also in that front group.
Win number 100 for Andre Greipel on the final stage of the Tour Down Under while ‘Unknown’ Tom Jelte Slagter wins the overall for former Rabobank team (Blanco)
Simon Gerrans (Orica-GreenEDGE) chose a fitting day to put Australia on top of the podium for the first time in this year’s Santos Tour Down Under winning the ‘Queen’ stage of the race atop Old Wilunga Hill in McLaren Vale on Australia Day.
GreenEdge’s Canadian Svein Tuft won the Time Trial stage in the UCI 2.1 Tour de San Luis while Kwiatkowski leads overall for Quickstep
Whilst Geraint Thomas retained the overall lead in the race, Andre Greipel entered the record books today as the most prolific stage winner in the 15 year history of the Santos Tour Down Under. The German powerhouse thundered across the line to notch win number thirteen in the town of Tanunda.