Dlamini dominating TDU King of Mountain classification
Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka's Nicholas Dlamini again claimed maximum King of the Mountain points on a day when Elia Viviani (Quickstep-Floors) sprinted to victory in the Tour Down Under.
Landis: Ban for Froome would end Team Sky
Former road cyclist Floyd Landis has warned that the UCI investigation into Chris Froome's use of salbutamol could lead to the end of Team Sky, should it end with a ban for the British rider.
2018 Tour de France to begin in Brussels.
The organisers of the 2018 Tour de France have announced that the event will begin in Brussels for the second time in the race's history.
Impey second at Tour Down Under Stage 2
South Africa's Daryl Impey guided his Mitchelton-Scott teammate Caleb Ewan to victory, and the overall race lead, on Stage 2 of the Tour Down Under on Wednesday.
Dlamini claims Mountain Jersey Down Under
Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka's Nicholas Dlamini got his professional career off to the best possible start by claiming the Tour Down Under's King of the Mountains jersey after Stage 1.
Slagter, Dlamini and Davies to debut for Africa's Team Down Under
Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka will kick off their 2018 season at the Santos Tour Down Under, and have named three 'newbies' in their line-up.
Froome still available to represent GB
Chris Froome is "available for selection" for Great Britain despite being in a fight to avoid a doping ban, British Cycling chief executive Julie Harrington has reaffirmed.
Bardet: Froome case hits cycling's credibility
French cyclist Romain Bardet believes the ongoing uncertainty surrounding Chris Froome's adverse drugs test has damaged the credibility of the sport.
Cookson: I knew of Froome's urine test result
Brian Cookson was made aware of four-time Tour de France champion Chris Froome's adverse analytical finding in his final hours in office as head of cycling's world governing body.
Former Team GB cyclist Sharon Laws dies
Former Great Britain cyclist Sharon Laws has died aged 43 following a battle with cancer.
Wiggins' wife brands Froome 'slithering reptile'
Cath Wiggins, the wife of five-time Olympic gold medalist Sir Bradley Wiggins, has issued an apology after she branded Chris Froome a "slithering reptile" in an outburst on social media.
Italian cyclist Ruffoni gets 4-year doping ban
Italian cyclist Nicola Ruffoni received a four-year ban after testing positive for a growth-hormone-releasing peptide, the UCI announced.
Froome: Wealth of info shows no cheating
Chris Froome's renewed protestations of innocence on Thursday were accompanied by doubts about why the four-time Tour de France champion was not immediately suspended for failing a doping test.
Froome asked to explain failed urine sample
Chris Froome insists the UCI are "absolutely right to examine test results" after cycling's world governing body confirmed the presence of double the allowed amount of the asthma medication Salbutamol in his system.
Wiggins flounders in rowing debut
Sir Bradley Wiggins was left disappointed as the five-time Olympic cycling champion returned to competition as a novice rower on Saturday.
Cavendish's team 'surprised' by UCI/Sagan settlement of TDF crash
Team Dimension Data was caught off-guard after it learned that it was not included when Peter Sagan settled his legal dispute with the UCI Tuesday.
Sagan cleared of elbowing Cavendish at TDF
The UCI ruled Tuesday that Peter Sagan did not intentionally elbow Mark Cavendish during a sprint finish at the Tour de France in a crash that led to the Slovak rider's disqualification.
Froome to race at Giro d'Italia 2018
Chris Froome will bid to achieve "something special" and claim a third straight Grand Tour title by riding in the 2018 Giro d'Italia, it was confirmed on Wednesday.
Judge in Armstrong trial sets limits on evidence
The judge in Lance Armstrong's upcoming $100 million civil trial on Tuesday set limits on testimony, a ruling both sides claimed as a victory.
Grainger braced for further damaging revelations
After a painfully turbulent time for British sport, Dame Katherine Grainger, chair of UK Sport, is braced for further damaging revelations.