Giro d’Italia stage 7: Koen Bouwman wins from remnants of break to take first grand tour stage win
Juan Pedro López defends the overall race lead and continues on in the maglia rosa.
Juan Pedro López defends the overall race lead and continues on in the maglia rosa.
Juan Pedro López continued in the overall race leader's jersey after lone rider breakaway.
Juan Pedro López takes the pink jersey as Tom Dumoulin's GC hopes shatter in Sicily.
Breakaway rider Clément Champoussin survived an onslaught by the GC favorites to take his first WorldTour win.
Odd Eiking's race-lead ends as Primož Roglič retakes the red jersey with a dominant display of climbing.
Odd Eiking donned the leader's jersey for another day, with no changes to the general classification.
Bardet wins out of 18-strong breakaway, GC battle simmers ahead of another tough mountain stage Sunday.
Odd Christian Eiking rolled through another day in the overall race lead, while Egan Bernal hitched a ride at the back of the sprint trains to try to put time into his GC rivals.
Odd Eiking finished his first full day in leader's jersey.
Primož Roglič continues to lead the GC, a scant eight seconds ahead of Felix Großschartner.
Primož Roglič reclaimed the overall lead as overnight leader Kenny Elissonde was distanced on the final climb.
Kenny Elissonde took over the race lead when Rein Taaramäe crashed and lost time in the final 11 kilometers.
Race-leader Rein Taaramäe took a minor tumble at 2km to go, but held onto the overall.
Taaramäe takes over race lead as Primož Roglič drops to third overall.
Primož Roglič wins time trial to open title defense, with Sepp Kuss claiming King of Mountains jersey.
Not even a late crash could derail Jennifer Valente, whose Omnium win is the first U.S. Olympic track gold medal since 2000.
The silver and bronze medals were decided by a tiebreaker between Great Britain and France on the final lap.
Laura Kenny and Katie Archibald dominate the first-ever Olympic women's Madison as Lavreysen wins all-Dutch men's Sprint final.
Lauriane Genest gets Canada's first cycling medal in the women's Keirin, while the Dutch continue to dominate the sprint events, and GB's Matt Walls takes omnium gold.
USA wins bronze in women's Team Pursuit as Germany gets gold with world record-beating time. Netherlands wins Team Sprint while Italy and Denmark to race for gold in men's Team Pursuit.
U.S. Team Pursuit squad qualifies third as Germany, GB, and the U.S. all beat previous world record; China tops Germany for Team Sprint gold.
Roberts claims silver behind the Brit Charlotte Worthington, Australian ace Logan Martin wins men's event in BMX freestyle's Olympic debut.
The 2016 gold medallist Connor Fields crashes hard in semi-finals and is taken to hospital. The Texan racer has been reported as conscious.
Roglič betters a stellar field by more than one minute. Tom Dumoulin soars to silver in much-anticipated TT return, and Rohan Dennis seals bronze.
Only Marlen Reusser could get within a minute of blitzing ride by van Vleuten. Amber Neben and Chloé Dygert took top-10s but missed the medals.
Jolanda Neff rode a pitch-perfect race to take gold as the Swiss team swept up all three podium places, while the French team struggled through a difficult day.
Pidcock attacked the field off his wheel while van der Poel crashed heavily in first lap and eventually abandoned. Mathias Flueckiger secured silver.
Austrian rider punched into day's early breakaway and dropped her fellow escapees before launching a 41km time trial into Olympic gold.
Carapaz distances Brandon McNulty in final to triumph in Tokyo. Wout van Aert and Tadej Pogačar round out the podium.
Vollering backs up Liège-Bastogne-Liège victory with hilltop sprint, beating Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig and Marianne Vos.
Urán rockets back into GC contention in mountain time trial to sit just 17 seconds behind race leader Richard Carapaz ahead of final stage.
Mathieu van der Poel and Ellen Van Loy shine under the lights during the Superprestige round at Diegem
Mathieu van der Poel prevails in a last-lap free-for-all with Wout Van Aert in the UCI World Cup stop at Namur
Results from the fifth round of the Superprestige series at Francorchamps
Wout Van Aert adds to his advantage in the Bpost Bank Trofee series with a powerful performance in Hamme
Sven Nys adds to his tally of triumphs with a powerful performance in the dunes of Koksijde
Wout Van Aert shells a strong lead group to win the Superprestige round at Asper-Gavere
Wout Van Aert is two for two in the Superprestige series, winning the opener in Gieten and round two in Zonhoven
Vasil Kiryienka notches his maiden victory in the world champion's rainbow kit at the Chrono des Nations individual time trial
Bauke Mollema out-kicks Diego Ulissi and Yukiya Arashiro to win the Japan Cup Cycle Road Race
Lars van der Haar puts on a clinic at the second round of the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup in Valkenburg
Results from the final classic of the season, Paris-Tours, which sees Matteo Trentin win from a three-man break
Results from the final monument of the season, Il Lombardia
Peter Sagan makes the most of the final 3km, winning the men's road world championship
Velocio-SRAM gives its all in the final meters to take the world team time trial title in Richmond, Virginia
Tim Wellens wins in the wet, out-kicking Adam Yates to take a soggy Grand Prix Cycliste de Montréal
Fabio Aru finishes safely with the pack to take his first grand tour as John Degenkolb finally gets a chance to shine in the sprint
Purito Rodriguez takes a big step forward as both Movistar and Astana come up empty on stage 15
Tom Dumoulin surges into the overall lead at the Vuelta after winning a two-up sprint against Chris Froome
Rohan Dennis wraps up the USA Pro Challenge title as John Murphy edges Taylor Phinney to win the final stage in Denver
Esteban Chaves lights it up on the final steeps to win stage 2 and seize the overall lead
Tim Wellens collects the final white leader's jersey of the 2015 Eneco Tour as Manuel Quinziato wins the finale
Joe Dombrowski takes the overall in the Tour of Utah as Lachlan Norris wins the finale in Park City
Joe Dombrowski attacks to take the stage and the overall lead with one stage remaining in the Tour of Utah
Jempy Drucker wins a four-man dash to the line in the RideLondon-Surrey Classic
Marcel Kittel returns to the top of the podium in stage 1 of the Tour of Poland
Adam Yates takes the first ever British victory at the Clásica San Sebastián with a solo attack on the final climb of the day
André Greipel powers to the victory on the Champs-Élysées as Chris Froome collects his second overall title in the Tour de France
Results from the second La Course by Le Tour de France
André Greipel gets the hat trick in stage 15 as Peter Sagan finds himself winless yet again
Stephen Cummings sails to Tour de France stage 14 win, MTN-Qhubeka's first ever Tour stage victory
BMC Racing Team pips Sky for the team time trial victory, but Chris Froome holds firm to the yellow jersey
Alexis Vuillermoz takes a hilltop victory ahead of Dan Martin in the Tour's eighth stage
Andre Greipel takes the first sprint victory of the 2015 Tour de France as Fabian Cancellara grabs the leader's jersey from Rohan Dennis
SImon Spilak turns in a spectacular final time trial to take the overall in Switzerland
Kristijan Durasek takes the stage as Tom Dumoulin defends the jersey in stage 2 of the Tour de Suisse
One late attack and a time bonus does the trick for Chris Froome in the finale of the Critérium du Dauphiné
Peter Kennaugh takes the opening stage and the first leader's jersey in the Critérium du Dauphiné
Alberto Contador clinches the 2015 Giro d'Italia title as Iljo Keisse wins the finale out of a two-man break
Results from the Giro's 20th stage, the final mountain showdown of the race
Astana gets a stage win but fails to dislodge Alberto Contador from the top of the standings in the Giro d'Italia
Peter Sagan foils Etixx-Quick-Step's bid to deny him crucial bonus seconds and edges Julian Alaphilippe for the Amgen Tour title
Astana gets the stage win and takes back a second from race leader Alberto Contador on stage 9 of the Giro d'Italia
Michael Matthews takes the maglia rosa as Elia Viviani finishes fastest on stage 2 of the 2015 Giro d'Italia
Results from the final stage of the 2015 Tour de Romandie
Results from stage 5 of the 2015 Tour de Romandie
Results from the 101st Liège-Bastogne-Liège
Results from the sixth and final stage of the 2015 Vuelta a Pais Vasco
Results from the 2015 Tour of Flanders
Results from the 2015 Criterium International