Had Israel-Premier Tech needed the points, they wouldn’t have found them in Langkawi
This episode could prove pivotal in the team's likely trip to CAS.
This episode could prove pivotal in the team's likely trip to CAS.
Movistar ends the season ranked 11th in the running points tally to secure its WorldTour future for 2023.
Barring disaster or major split in the peloton, Iván Sosa looks poised to claim the overall in Tuesday's finale.
Norwegian rider was diagnosed with testicular cancer after a routine doping control revealed worrying levels of a key cancer indicator.
Just a month ago, Langkawi was hyped as a final desperate battleground for teams on the edge of losing WorldTour status.
American sprinter Travis McCabe records third sprint win of the season with stage 8 victory at Le Tour de Langkawi.
American Travis McCabe out-sprints bunch in Langkawi to claim second win in February, crediting teammate Greg Henderson.
Reinardt Janse van Rensburg becomes the fourth African to win the Tour de Langkawi, and now he's targeting Milano-Sanremo.
Andrea Guardini earns his 21st career win at Le Tour de Langkawi as Reinardt Janse van Rensburg defends overall lead.
Andrea Guardini outsprints Reinardt Janse van Rensburg and Andrea Palini to make it 20 career stage wins at the Tour de Langkawi
Miguel Ángel López rides to his second victory of 2016 in the queen stage of the Tour de Langkawi
UnitedHealthcare's John Murphy continues his successful early season with a sprint win in Le Tour de Langkawi in Malaysia.
Continental team Skydive Dubai gets the better of powerhouse Astana team in stage 2 sprint in Malaysia.
Andrea Guardini continues his dominance at the Tour de Langkawi by winning his 19th career stage in Wednesday's opener.
American Kiel Reijnen took the climber's jersey in stage 1 of the Tour de Langkawi and never relinquished it
Andrea Guardini collects his 18th win at Langkawi while Youcef Reguigui rides in defense of his overall lead
MTN-Qhubeka delivers Youcef Reguigui to the stage win and the overall lead with one day remaining in the Tour de Langkawi
Eritrean Natnael Berhane one of five MTN-Qhubeka riders within 36 seconds of overall Tour de Langkawi lead ahead of hilly penultimate stage
After a slow week at Langkawi, Sky believes best is yet to come on queen stage with four riders still in the mix for general classification
Seo Joon Yong attacks from a breakaway with 10km left and charges to the stage victory
The Italian now has a record 17 career stage wins at the annual race in Malaysia
American Kiel Reijnen looks poised to claim mountains classification in Langkawi, despite suffering through knee pain after stage 2 crash
Caleb Ewan's stage 3 heroics earn a win and GC lead in Langkawi as 20-year-old speedster uses climbs to his advantage against sprinters
The Astana rider leads the GC by 8 seconds with six days of racing left
The Orica-GreenEdge rider comes up short in the opening two stages of the Malaysian race
Photos from the 10th and final stage of the 2014 Tour de Langkawi
Plaxton gets a big-money win in Texas, Boonen and Stannard split the opening weekend in Belgium, and Johansson rings up a couple of podiums
Mirsamad Pourseyedigolakhour has an eight-second lead in the GC entering Saturday’s final stage
The Tinkoff-Saxo rider went to high school with Peter Sagan and raced against him growing up
Tabriz Petrochemical defends its overall race lead, despite a late crash in Malaysia
The Belkin rider won his third stage at the Tour de Langkawi Thursday in a sprint
The Belkin rider holds off the field in a furious bunch sprint to claim victory
Pavel Kochetkov was blown off his bike and broke his collarbone after getting caught in the rotor wash
Van Hummel repays Gianni Savio with a stage win in Malaysia
American Brad White attacks the breakaway to win a stage in Malaysia
The 32-year-old previously had a handful of criterium wins in U.S. races on his resume
The 23-year-old will help escort the team’s leaders through the mountains
Photos from the Genting Highlands stage of the 2014 Tour de Langkawi
Pourseyedigolakhour, who has served a suspension for EPO, says his prowess can be explained by living at altitude
Photos from stage 3 of the 2014 Tour de Langkawi
Theo Bos and Graeme Brown navigate a tricky approach to Taiping to take a victory in Malaysia
The breakaway upsets the peloton's sprint hopes on day one in Malaysia
Ministry of Peace and Sport leans on first-division teams to show Malaysia to worldwide cycling fans
Results from stage 10 of the 2013 Tour de Langkawi
On a day marred by a suspected food poisoning outbreak at the Tour de Langkawi, Bryan Coquard earns his second win at the race
1. Bryan COQUARD, Europcar, in :42:11 2. Francesco CHICCHI, Vini Fantini-Selle Italia, at :00 3. Allan DAVIS, Orica-GreenEdge, at :00 4. Raymond KREDER, Garmin-Sharp, at :00 5. Fabian SCHNAIDT, Champion System, at :00
Bryan Coquard wins a tight sprint to take stage 8 at the Tour de Langkawi, while Julian David Arredondo maintains his GC lead
1. Bryan COQUARD, Europcar, in 3:36:47 2. Andrew FENN, Omega Pharma-Quick Step, at :00 3. Francesco CHICCHI, Vini Fantini-Selle Italia, at :00 4. Andrea GUARDINI, Astana, at :00 5. Dene ROGERS, BCP, at :00
Most of the field finishes together at stage 7 of the Tour de Langkawi, with Julian David Arredondo maintaining his GC lead
1. Andrea GUARDINI, Astana, in 3:37:17 2. Francesco CHICCHI, Vini Fantini-Selle Italia, at :00 3. Aidis KRUOPIS, Orica-GreenEdge, at :00 4. Allan DAVIS, Orica-GreenEdge, at :00 5. Andrew FENN, Omega Pharma-Quick Step, at :00
Blanco's Thomas Leezer grabbed victory in stage 6 of the Tour de Langkawi, but Julian David Arredondo (Nippo) still leads the GC
1. Thomas LEEZER, Blanco, in 4:33:42 2. Ji Min JUNG, KSPO, at :27 3. Michal GOLAS, Omega Pharma-Quick Step, at :35 4. Jackson RODRIGUEZ, Androni Giocattoli, at :35 5. Travis MEYER, Orica-GreenEdge, at :35
1. Julian David ARREDONDO MORENO, Nippo, in 3:11:41 2. Pieter WEENING, Orica-GreenEdge, at :26 3. Victor NINO CORREDOR, RTS, at :44 4. Sergio PARDILLA BELLON, MTN-Qhubeka, at 1:05 5. Peter STETINA, Garmin-Sharp, at 1:28
Julian David Arredondo Moreno out-climbs the Tour de Langkawi field in stage 5 to take the overall race lead
1. Francesco CHICCHI, Vini Fantini-Selle Italia, at 3:44:22 2. Andrea GUARDINI, Astana, at :00 3. Aidis KRUOPIS, Orica-GreenEdge, at :00 4. Raymond KREDER, Garmin-Sharp, at :00 5. Andrew FENN, Omega Pharma-Quick Step, at :00
"The Sheriff" gets a win at the Tour de Langkawi ahead of Genting Highlands stage
1. Meiyin WANG, HEN, in 3:50:01 2. Julian David ARREDONDO MORENO, Nippo, at 2:27 3. Nathan HAAS, Garmin-Sharp, at 3:11 4. Wesley SULZBERGER, Orica-GreenEdge, at 3:11 5. Pieter WEENING, Orica-GreenEdge, at 3:13
Surprise winner, by a large margin, in Malaysia
1. Theo BOS, Blanco, in 2:54:48 2. Andrea GUARDINI, Astana, at :00 3. Aidis KRUOPIS, Orica-GreenEdge, at :00 4. Bryan COQUARD, Europcar, at :00 5. Andrew FENN, Omega Pharma-Quick Step, at :00
Dutchman makes it two-for-two in Malaysian ahead of first climbing stage
1. Theo BOS, Blanco, in 4:00:17 2. Bryan COQUARD, Europcar, at :00 3. Andrea GUARDINI, Astana, at :00 4. Steele VON HOFF, Garmin-Sharp, at :00 5. Jacobe KEOUGH, UnitedHealthcare, at :00
Dutchman takes the bunch sprint and dons the leader's jersey to kick off the 10-day Malaysian tour
Sometimes wisdom makes no sense
Part two of Anthony Tan's exclusive interview with Gianni Savio, manager of Androni-Giocattoli
Anthony Tan interviews Gianni Savio of Androni-Giocattoli at Langkawi
Normal people wouldn't do this
If his race against the clock improves, Butler could be a formidable stage race force in years to come
Jake Keough has been one of the few able to come close to the sprinting juggernaut that is Andrea Guardini
VeloNews.com exclusive Langkawi video with Vinokourov
The cumulative effects of a hard fall on Stage 3 of the Tour de Langkawi finally took their toll
Now then... what day is it...
The Australian has taken command of the Tour de Langkawi.
Four stages down, six to go, but we still have no idea who will win this seventeenth edition of the Tour de Langkawi.
The heart willed but the legs were having none of it
Zabriskie feels the heat, but holds lead, Danielson on the ropes
An interview with Garmin-Barracuda's Alex Howes
Italian Andrea Guardini takes stage 2 while Zabriskie holds lead of over one minute in Malaysia tour.
1. Jose Rodolfo SERPA PEREZ , (COL) And in 26:51:37 2. José RUJANO GUILLEN , (VEN) And +30 3. Victor NINO CORREDOR , (COL) Azc +56
Langkawi video with Dave Zabriskie