Cycling

Former team-mate Shaw pays tribute to Goolaerts Leading figures from the cycling world were among the mourners at the funeral of Belgian cyclist Michael Goolaerts. The 23-year-old died after suffering cardiac arrest while riding at the Paris-Roubaix race on 8 April. The Veranda’s Willems-Crelan rider was found unconscious and not breathing after falling on a
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Bob Jungels finished 37 seconds ahead of Michael Woods Luxembourg’s Bob Jungels claimed a surprise victory in the Liege-Bastogne-Liege one-day classic. Quick-Step Floors rider Jungels rode to a solo victory, with Canada’s Michal Woods winning a sprint finish for second for EF Education First-Drapac. France’s Romain Bardet claimed third for AG2R La Mondiale. Fleche Wallonne
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Image copyright Stewart Ambrose Image caption About 550 riders were due to take part in the annual Boxford Tornado in Suffolk on Sunday An annual cycling event featuring 550 riders has been postponed because the route is “peppered” with potholes, organisers said. The Boxford Tornado in south Suffolk was due to take place on Sunday.
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Remy di Gregorio won stage two of the Tour la Provence in February French cyclist Remy di Gregorio has been provisionally suspended after testing positive for a form of banned blood-boosting hormone EPO. The 32-year-old returned a positive test for darbepoetin (depo) on 8 March during stage race Paris-Nice. Cycling’s world governing body the UCI
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