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Giro d'Italia - Wiggins and Froome to miss Giro
Team Sky have named their nine-man squad for the Giro d'Italia, and neither Bradley Wiggins nor Chris Froome will take part.
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Wed Apr 23, 2014
Credit Agricole said to seek buyer for $554 million Greek loans
Credit Agricole Leasing Greece, Credit Agricole SAA's remaining business in the country, is seeking buyers for around 400 million euros of loans mostly backed by real estate, according to two people with knowledge of the matter.
Evans moves into Trentino lead
The Australian was able to kick onwards on the San Giacomo di Brentonico climb to put time into a number of rivals, finishing in an elite group, 19 seconds behind a surprise breakaway winner.
Cycling union lifts doping ban on...
The International Cycling Union on Wednesday lifted its doping ban on Australian Michael Rogers, who last year tested positive for clenbuterol.
Tue Apr 22, 2014
Wiggins switches back to stage race mode at the Giro del Trentino
Bradley Wiggins was first over the finish line for Team Sky at the Giro del Trentino making him the provisional race leader until the NetApp-Endura and BMC teams reached the finish and set faster times.
RCS release provisional start list for Giro d'Italia
With less than three weeks to the start of the Giro d'Italia , race organisers RCS have released a provisional start list.
Portugal bond yields hold near 8-yr lows before auction return
Portuguese debt yields held just above eight-year lows on Tuesday as Lisbon prepared to auction bonds this week, the first auction in three years.
Credit Agricole to sell 50 pct stake in Belgian bank Crelan
French bank Credit Agricole said on Tuesday it had agreed to sell its 50 percent stake in Belgian bank Crelan, Belgium's seventh-largest banking group, to Belgian cooperative banks.
Psychologist Peters, who will accompany the England squad to Brazil at the World Cup, has been working closely with Rodgers in the Kop's charge for the title.
Mon Apr 21, 2014
Lee's Lowdown: Phil's Back
Pro Analysis: It's time for some humble pie for our commentator Lee as a resurgent Philippe Gilbert bounced back to his best on the Cauberg yesterday to take his third Amstel Gold victory.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
Credit Agricole closes Crimea operations-employee
French bank Credit Agricole , has closed its central branch in Crimea, the last one in the Black Sea peninsula that was still operating, a local call centre employee told Reuters as foreign banks withdraw from the Black Sea peninsula following Russia's annexation.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Yorkshire Evening Post
Team Sky's Ben Swift swoops for Q&A ahead of Tour de France in Yorkshire
Team Sky rider Ben Swift, who is hoping to lineup alongside the likes of Sir Bradley Wiggins on the Headrow startline of Le Tour on July 5, was quizzed by children from the Hunslet Club and Otley Cycle Club in a question and answer event at Aspire in Leeds yesterday.
One week to go before 38th Giro del Trentino
With the May 9 grand partenza of the 2014 Giro d'Italia getting ever closer, general classification aspirants for the grand tour will be lining up in Northern Italy for the 38th edition of the Giro del Trentino as the final preparatory race before the Italian grand tour.
Toolbox: Cycling Confidence
Confidence is the single most important mental factor in cycling. I define it as how strongly you believe in your ability to achieve your cycling goals.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
South China Morning Post
Bradley Wiggins proves he now has the legs for a fight
Briton Bradley Wiggins is keen to earn his place back on Team Sky ahead of the Tour de France.
VMware Rating Increased to Outperform at Credit Agricole
Shares of VMware traded up 0.72% during mid-day trading on Monday, hitting $99.95.
Bone-jangling day at the Paris-Roubaix: Eight talking points
Sunday's 102th edition of Paris-Roubaix saw Dutchman Niki Terpstra take a well deserved victory after a truly enthralling six hours of racing on the cobbled farm tracks of northern France.
Gallery: The technology of Paris-Roubaix
Paris-Roubaix is unique - the last race on the calendar that requires teams to drastically modify their equipment choices from the usual carbon-filled, aerodynamic status quo.
Gallery: The Queen of the Classics is a cruel mistress
Tom Boonen went on the offensive with Geraint Thomas and a handful of others with 60km to go, but the group only last two-thirds of what remained to the finish.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Commonwealth Games 2014: 100 days until party starts in Glasgow
It was an uphill battle after Chico's early sending off and our man Phil Blanche was there to run the rule over the players As she prepares to host a brand-new TV series about our musical heritage, Cerys Matthews assures Karen Price that it is far from a staid history lesson.