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  • Belgian cycling champion takes own life - press

    Belgium world junior cycling champion Igor Decraene was found dead on Saturday after taking his own life at the age of just 18, local media press reports said. A native of Waregem in northern Belgium, Decraene killed himself not far from there at Zulte, the Belga news agency said without giving…

    AFP
  • Bouhanni wins 8th Vuelta stage, Valverde leads

    Nacer Bouhanni of France won a windy eighth stage of the Spanish Vuelta on Saturday, while Alejandro Valverde kept the overall leader's red jersey. Strong winds divided the peloton over the final part of the 207-kilometer (128-mile) ride from Baeza to Albacete, but the stage led to no change among…

    The Associated Press
  • Cycling-Road-Vuelta a Espana team classification after stage 7

    Aug 29 (Infostrada Sports) - Team Classification Vuelta a Espana after Stage 7 on Friday 1. Belkin(Netherlands) 80:10:53" 2. Movistar(Spain) +45" 3. Katusha(Russia) +2:28" 4. BMC Racing(United States) +2:36" 5. Cofidis(France) +3:37" 6. Omega Pharma - Quick-Step(Belgium) +5:22" 7.…

    Reuters
  • Cycling-Road-Vuelta a Espana classification after stage 7

    Aug 29 (Infostrada Sports) - Classification from Vuelta a Espana after Stage 7 on Friday 1. Alejandro Valverde (Spain / Movistar) 26:52:20" 2. Nairo Quintana (Colombia / Movistar) +15" 3. Alberto Contador (Spain / Tinkoff - Saxo) +18" 4. Chris Froome (Britain / Team Sky) +20" 5. Esteban Chaves…

    Reuters
  • De Marchi wins 7th Vuelta stage, Valverde leads

    Alessandro de Marchi of Italy pulled away from a small breakaway group to win an accident-filled seventh stage of the Spanish Vuelta on Friday, while Alejandro Valverde maintained the overall lead. Former Tour de France champion Chris Froome fell early in the stage and cut his right hip, but he…

    The Associated Press
  • De Marchi sprints to Vuelta stage win

    Italy's Alessandro de Marchi sprinted home alone to win the seventh stage of the Tour of Spain on Friday as Spaniard Alejandro Valverde held the race lead. Cannondale's de Marchi, 28, shook off his three breakaway rivals with 15km to go, holding off all their attempts to catch him after the…

    AFP