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Greipel to return to Giro d'Italia in 2014
Andr Greipel will return to the Giro d'Italia in 2014, his first appearance in the corsa rosa for four years.
Van den Broeck aiming for Tour de France podium in 2014
Van den Broeck has taken two fourth places at the Tour, in 2010 and 2012, but hopes that he can make the step up next season.
Whiz-kid riding high on talent and fire
When Caleb Ewan talks of winning in his likely World Tour debut at the Tour Down Under in South Australia next month, his coach, Brad McGee, warns that the emerging teenage star's words should not be taken lightly.
Lotto-Belisol unveils 2014 jersey
The Lotto-Belisol team has presented its 2014 team kit, with the Belgian WorldTour team opting for a retro look and a simple red jersey.
Jelle Vanendert to sign new contract with Lotto-Belisol
Jelle Vanendert has broken his current contract and is on the verge of signing a new deal with Lotto-Belisol for 2014 and 2015, Gazet van Antwerpen reports.
Photo Special: Class of 2013
The season 2013 will be remembered for many things, Chris Froome's GC domination, Rui Costa's memorable win - or perhaps Joaquim Rodriguez's memorable loss of the World Titles and Chris Horner's historic Vuelta win just to name a few.
Scheirlinckx, Barbe announce retirements
Belgians Staf Scheirlinckx and Koen Barbe both announced their retirements today, bringing to a close respective careers of 14 and 10 years in the professional peloton.
Offseason Capsule: BMC Remains Unsolved Mystery
I'm curious. A lot of teams have a story -- OPQS is "the classics team" and Garmin are the Americans doing more with less, etc.
Classic is shaping up for another top finish
Neil Van Der Ploeg narrowly wins the 2012 Stan Siejka Launceston Cycling Classic from Scott Law and Ben Grenda.