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Cavendish not fully up to speed

Still recovering from glandular fever, the sprinter may not reach 35 stage wins this year but will give it a shot

The gods are smiling on the Olympic games.

The run-up to London 2012 has been remarkably smooth but there's one dark cloud -- the weather.

Evans seals historic Tour de France for Australia

Cadel Evans sealed an historic first Tour de France victory for his native Australia after the 21st and final stage of the epic race on Sunday.

Boasson Hagen claims maiden Tour de France stage win

Norway's Edvald Boasson Hagen claimed his maiden Tour de France win when he powered to victory in the sixth stage on Thursday.

Cavendish wins crash-marred fifth tour stage

British speedster Mark Cavendish won a crash-marred fifth stage of the Tour de France, while Thor Hushovd held on to the leader's yellow jersey.

Cavendish ends victory famine on Tour’s fifth stage

Britain's Mark Cavendish finally relaunched his stuttering sprint on the Tour de France by powering to victory on the fifth stage on Thursday.

Petacchi sparkles, Cavendish struggles on Tour

Alessandro Petacchi produced a sparkling sprint to grab his second victory of the 2010 Tour on Wednesday in the 153,5-km fourth stage to Reims.

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