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  • Cavendish gets Olympic medal shot in Rio

    By Martyn Herman LONDON (Reuters) - Mark Cavendish will get the chance to claim a long-awaited Olympic medal in Rio de Janeiro this year after being named in Britain's track cycling team on Friday. The 30-year-old, the most prolific road sprinter of his generation with 26 Tour de France stage wins,…

  • Wiggins and Froome headline powerful British Olympic line-up

    Britain's Tour de France champions past and present Bradley Wiggins and Chris Froome headline a star studded British cycling team for this year's Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, which was unveiled on Friday. The 26 rider team also includes double gold medalist from the 2012 Games in London Laura Trott…

  • USA Cycling unveils full team headed to Rio Olympics

    Kristin Armstrong will have an opportunity to chase her third straight time trial gold medal in Rio, perhaps the final chapter in a decorated cycling career spanning four Olympics and two brief retirements. Armstrong was chosen for the U.S. Olympic roster Thursday, joining a powerhouse women's road…

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