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  1. General Cycling Discussion
    Retiring for a professional athlete - or anyone at the top of their game - is often difficult. Is it the right time? Could you have done more? How will the world remember your exploits? It can often lead to feeling unneeded, even depressed. But for Fabian Cancellara, 37, retirement is looking...
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    Some classics type weather greeted the arrival of the new Trek Domane Classics Edition road bike. Ride what the pros race. It's a common marketing refrain in the cycling world, and one that's being pushed hard by Trek via its recently released Domane Classics Edition road bike. Indeed, the...
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    Now you too can own the bike Fabian Cancellara rides during the cobbled classics. Trek has made its Domane Classics Edition bike available to the general public. The bike designed specifically for Fabian Cancellara's conquest of the cobbled classics, and formerly only available to Cancellara...
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    On September 22, Fabian Cancellara and the rest of the world's top time trialists will be on the hunt for rainbow stripes when they take on the 56.8km world championships course in Italy from Montecatini Terme to Florence. As usual the man nicknamed Spartacus will be among the favorites for...
  5. Pro Cycling - Tour de France
    Click Here </a> (Reuters) - Peter Sagan sealed the first week of his maiden Tour de France with his third stage victory in a crash-ridden 207.5-km sixth stage which seriously hurt the chances of some leading favorites. The 22-year-old Slovak outpaced the leading part of a scattered bunch to...
  6. Pro Cycling - Tour de France
    Click Here </a> (AP) - Andre Greipel of Germany has led a frenzied bunch sprint to win the fifth stage of the Tour de France -- his second straight -- while Fabian Cancellara retained the yellow jersey for a sixth straight day. The mostly flat 121-mile trek from Rouen to Saint-Quentin was...
  7. Pro Cycling - Tour de France
    Click Here </a> (AP) - Germany's Andre Greipel led a bunch sprint to win the fourth stage of the Tour de France on Wednesday after a late crash engulfed several riders, including world champion Mark Cavendish of Britain. Swiss rider Fabian Cancellara avoided the late trouble and retained the...
  8. Pro Cycling - Tour de France
    Click Here </a> (AP) - Peter Sagan of Slovakia has won the crash-marred third stage of the Tour de France, which returned to its home country after a stretch in Belgium. Fabian Cancellara of Switzerland appeared set to remain the overall leader. Tuesday's 122-mile route from Orchies to the...
  9. Pro Cycling - Tour de France
    Click Here </a> (Reuters) - Briton Mark Cavendish snatched his 21st Tour de France stage win when he prevailed in a bunch sprint at the end of a 207.5-kilometres ride from Vise on Monday. The Team Sky rider, who was on his own in the finale, beat German Andre Greipel of the Lotto-Belisol team...
  10. Pro Cycling - Tour de France
    Click Here </a> (AP) - Rising cycling star Peter Sagan of Slovakia won the first stage of the Tour de France on Sunday ahead of Fabian Cancellara of Switzerland, who retained the overall lead. Defending champion Cadel Evans and fellow title contender Bradley Wiggins of Britain trailed close...
  11. General Cycling Discussion
    Click Here (Reuters) - Swiss Olympic champion Fabian Cancellara captured his first long time trial on Tour de France in the 19th stage on Saturday. Saxo Bank time trial specialist Cancellara clocked a winning time of one hour 00 minute 56 seconds on the largely flat but wind-hit course...
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    Click Here (Reuters) - The Tour de France began on Saturday in a near carbon copy of last year's edition, with the victory of Fabian Cancellara in the prologue and the promise of a showdown between Alberto Contador and Lance Armstrong. Switzerland's Cancellara is the time-trial world and...
  13. General Cycling Discussion
    2010 Ronde van Vlaanderen Photo Gallery Courtesy of CorVos Final Results 1 - Fabian Cancellara (Swi) Team Saxo Bank - 6:25:56 2 - Tom Boonen (Bel) Quick Step - 0:01:15 3 - Philippe Gilbert (Bel) Omega Pharma-Lotto - 0:02:11 4 - Bjorn...
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    Thor Hushovd of Cervelo Test Team powered his way up a difficult uphill finishing sprint today to take his first stage win on stage 6 of this year's Tour de France. Fabian Cancellara remains in the Maillot Jaune, with Lance Armstrong a close hundredths of a second behind. Stage 6 Results 1...
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    Making a move just 3 miles from the finish, Thomas Voeckler of BBOX Bouygues Telecom was able to solo to victory. This is Voeckler's first tour stage win in five years, but it's sure to be just as sweet. Fabian Cancellara remains in the Maillot Jaune. Stage 5 Results 1 Thomas Voeckler...
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    Astana displayed it's team dominance with a powerful win in the the Team Time Trial at the Tour de France today. Besting Garmin-Slipstream by 18 seconds, but more interestingly, beating Saxo Bank by just 40 seconds. Putting Lance Armstrong in second, right behind tour leader Fabian Cancellara by...
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    Team Columbia-HTC takes advantage of a lax peloton and breaks away. Delivering their sprinter Mark Cavendish to the line for another win, Cavendish's second win in just as many days. Lance Armstrong finished with the break away group and moves up 7 spots to third overall. Fabian Cancellara...
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    Team Columbia-HTC's Mark Cavendish adds another stage win to his career total of 5 at stage 2 of this year's Tour de France. A group of 4 riders enjoyed a breakway leading into the final kilometers, only to be caught when Cavendish's team moved to the front of the peloton to aid Team Saxo Bank...
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    Team Saxo Bank's Swiss tempo specialist, Fabian Cancellara, put all competitors behind him on today's first stage of the Tour de France where Alberto Contador was dropped by 18 seconds on the 15.5 kilometer long course in the streets of Monaco. In the intermediate, on top of today's category 4...
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