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Friday, September 1
First Edition Cycling News - Vuelta stage 6 wrap-up, Hushovd: Zabel is the biggest threat, Barry: Danielson has grown as a rider, Beltrán enjoying Tour of Spain, Vuelta diary watch: A hard day in the mountains, UCI expects more Puerto news, Dieppe ready to host Canadian track nationals, Irish cycling review & preview
Cycling News Extra - Tour of Britain stage 3 wrap-up, Rogers happy, Boonen not badly injured, Il Falco to Astana, Perdiguero reconsiders, Gibo ends season on MTB, Quick Step-Innergetic, Univest Grand Prix, Junior Track World Champions Hit The Road
Latest Cycling News - Tour de Langkawi saved - almost, German federation to create blood profiles, Health Net chasing two US titles, Mario De Sarraga: Mixing it with the big boys, Gerolsteiner's garlic frenzy
Saturday, September 2
First Edition Cycling News - Fuentes continued blood-doping in Germany after arrest, Hamilton's World's aspirations dashed, USPRO riders ready to hit the road in Greenville, Kirchen to defend in Pologne, Gerolsteiner looking for more in Pologne, Stamsnijder to Gerolsteiner
Vuelta Cycling News - Vuelta Stage 7 wrap-up, Brajkovic: I'm here to learn, Sastre improving, Vinokourov close, Fast Freddie aiming big, All for one, one for all for Cancellara, Stage 7 judges' decisions
Sunday, September 3
Vuelta Cycling News - Vuelta Stage 8 wrap-up, Zabel loses Ale-Jet's wheel, Pereiro moved by local support, Bruyneel: pleased, but realistic, So far so good for Kashechkin, Millar's confidence building, Hard day at the office for Backstedt, Vuelta diary watch: The mountains
First Edition Cycling News - Chicchi wins farcical stage in Britain, Ullrich's manager denies Hamburg charges, Liquigas takes four aces to Pologne, Torsten Hiekmann: Sooner rather than later, Top field for Univest GP, AIS seeks talented track wannabes
Vuelta Cycling News - Vino states no contact with Saiz, Sunday toughest stage in the race, says CSC, Sastre: Don't rule out Vinokourov, Jufré out due to bad fall, Stage wins now the target for Rabobank, Tom Danielson's Vuelta: Dealing with disappointment
MTB news & racing round-up - World Championships wrap-up, Bishop posts best U.S. men's Worlds in 10 years, Aus 3rd in medal count, Ultra MTB Series finale preview, Aus Marathon Nats preview, Kiwi Vincent to race in Pakistani charity MTB race, Steve Peat and Sabrina Jonnier pro bike features, Gunn-Rita diary
Monday, September 4
First Edition Cycling News - Tour of Britain final stage wrap-up, ProTour Americans pre-ride together in Greenville, León Sánchez to T- Mobile?, T-Mobile still plans to sign a big one, Boonen suggests World's team, Van Petegem to Quick.Step, Last tour for Phonak, Brandt transferred, McEwen at Sydney Thousand
Vuelta Cycling News - Vuelta stage 9 wrap-up, Vino thinks of the Gold jersey, Stephens happy with Astana race, Valverde treasures maillot oro, Caisse d'Epargne DS pleased, Millar waiting for his moment, Tom Danielson's Vuelta: Feeling stronger, but playing the team role
MTB & cyclo-cross news & racing round-up - Jeep KOM gets boost from Worlds, MTBA sets 2007 calendar, Cheerwine 'cross team, Verge NECCS series, Iron Cross, Land Rover/Siemens team, Sabrina Jonnier pro bike, Geoff Kabush and Kristin Danielson diary
Latest Cycling News - Rest Day wrap-up, Vino vs. Valverde: the showdown, T-Mobile's black Sunday, Grupetto peer pressure made Förster hang on, McQuaid wants Basso DNA test, Lloyd signs with Davitamon-Lotto, León Sánchez and Gutiérrez selected for World's TT, DFL happy with Tour of Britain outcome, Ullrich marries
Tuesday, September 5
First Edition Cycling News - Roche & Martin strong, Cavendish upbeat, GB Team for world's, Kohl recovering, T-Mobile extends with Holm, Wiesenhof restructures, Quick Step-Innergetic, Mayo Wheelers, Pradera becomes a father
Latest Cycling News - Basso's lawyer nixes DNA test, The Vuelta's remaining key stages, Devolder coming into form, Hondo out of Hessen tour, Austrian team for the Salzburg world's, Swiss movements, Good news for Slippens, Team Integrale Cycling wants you
Wednesday, September 6
First Edition Cycling News - CPA: Moser doping comment taken out of context, Hammond to T-Mobile, DFL/ and Giant for Herald Sun Tour, Jo Planckaert comeback, Mikel Gaztanaga to Agritubel, Aurelien Clerc to Bouygues-Telecom, Canadian women's squad for Tour d'Ardèche, Trust House Women's Tour, Tour of Southland, 4Wheels4Sean contributes $17,000
Vuelta Cycling News - Stage 10 wrap-up, Mood high in Astana camp, Kemps happy, Mission accomplished for Karpets, Saunier Duval DS satisfied, Mayo tries but no luck, Pereiro happy in support role
Latest Cycling News - Rebellin top, Strauss sick, Freire and Menchov out, Ullrich earned big from German TV, Olympic official calls on Ullrich to "tell all", "Monty" stops riding, Aachen wants the Tour de France, Field confirmed for Univest, UCI World Masters Track Championships, Renee Junga appeal launched, Cyclingnews is hiring
Thursday, September 7
First Edition Cycling News - Vuelta stage 11 wrap-up, Valverde: "Rain will increase pressure", Bettini: "World's don't suit Boonen", Astarloa to Milram, Bahati injured in hit-and-run, Goss motivated for World's, Barloworld up North next weekend, Italian Revolution revives past masters
Latest Cycling News - Vuelta: Rodriguez satisfied, Top 5 wide open for Unzue, Dekker to World's despite wrist injury, Gonchar to stay at T-Mobile, Garzelli to Acqua & Sapone, Jalabert to Agritubel, 2007 Tour stage start in football stadium, Grafton to Inverell Cycle Classic on soon, T-Mobile at Rund um die Nürnberger Altstadt, Powerade Dome2Dome SA's preparation for World's
Friday, September 8
First Edition Cycling News - Vuelta stage 12 wrap-up, Eisel 7th in the 'lottery', Gerolsteiner: only one good finish, Operation Puerto gets moving: cyclists to appear as witnesses, Antequera needs lead-out for Valverde, Hagen to race both TT and road race, Française des Jeux in lawsuit against, US licenses increase by six percent
Vuelta Cycling News - Sargeant hopes for change of fortune, Cancellara aiming big, Mood good in Discovery camp, Sastre happy with time trial, Marchante aiming higher, Mission accomplished for Arroyo
Latest Cycling News - Carpe Diem for Paolini, Astana justifies the chase, Other opp's for CSC, Bennati looks to defend lead, Squadra Azzurra named September 15, New Zealand sends five to world's, Luttenberger's world's hopes alive, Klöden: "Keep the faith", Return to form for Deignan, T-Mobile women on a late-season roll, UK traffic: "There will always be situations"
Saturday, September 9
First Edition Cycling News - Vuelta stage 13 wrap-up, Valverde "very motivated" for ITT, Fraud charges against Ullrich?, 13 positives at Tour, but 12 had exemption, T-Mobile wants Voigt, but CSC says no, Season has ended for Thomas Dekker, De Goede to T-Mobile Women's team, Gerolsteiner for Nürnberger Altstadt, Deroo signs with Skil-Shimano, Irish organisers pool resources
Vuelta Cycling News - Vino and Kasechkin talk tough, Millar unsure of chances, Devolder aiming high, O'Grady unsure, Horner to save it for later, Rookie surviving first Vuelta
Sunday, September 10
First Edition Cycling News - Vuelta stage 14 wrap-up, 33 magic number for Gerolsteiner, An interview with Gordon Fraser: Turning a new (maple) leaf, Eisel confirmed with T-Mobile, Aldag building "a team of character", McEwen to World's, Bayley at Sydney Thousand
Vuelta Cycling News - Millar: It's possible to win clean, Caisse d'Epargne happy, Brajkovic disappointed, Horner's rest day up in smoke, Sörensen: tough course
Monday, September 11
First Edition Cycling News - Vuelta stage 15 wrap-up, An interview with Francisco Ventoso: Beating the best, Vinokourov and Kashechkin miss doping control, Petacchi fractures hand, Indurain: "Valverde very concentrated", One more for Astana, Melchers injured, Twin Lights Ride on September 30
Latest Cycling News - Cancellara, Boogerd, Dessel out of Vuelta, Sprinting to a win, Schumacher's double victory, ProTour: Valverde still number one; Evans, Schumacher big movers, Rich ends career, Quick Step to next races, 22nd Annual Greenville Cycling Classic, "Best man" Korff, Braveheart Fundraising ride, Pedal Queens host Bike-a-GoGo, Cyclingnews online editing positions - applications have closed
Tuesday, September 12
First Edition Cycling News - Astana to fight on, Valverde: rivals must attack, UCI inspectors need to remember stage starts, Landis camp files for dismissal, Landis Univest GP Criterium, Germany, Denmark, USA world's teams, Ciolek outsprints his elders, US cyclocross season kicks off, US collegiate track champs, Correction: Fionn Griffiths
Latest Cycling News - Former US Postal riders admit EPO use, Haselbacher out of the Vuelta, Vuelta diary watch, World's news: Dutch and Belgian men's teams announced, McEwen predicts mass sprint unlikely, Cancellara to focus on TT, Kopp injured, Wiesenhof-Akud for 3-Länder Tour
Wednesday, September 13
First Edition Cycling News - Vuelta stage 16, Vino refuses to give up, Valverde lands psychological blow, Sastre aiming for podium, Armstrong angry about Andreu, No operation for Petacchi, Tour of Puerto Rico cancelled, Melchers begins long recovery, Zijlaard-Van Moorsel suffers miscarriage, Australian world's team, Barloworld signs young South African, Southland stager returns, Research indicates drivers pass closer to helmet-wearers
Latest Cycling News - Brown a worthwhile investment?, Janez Brajkovic interview: Man for the future, Sinkewitz leads T-Mobile in 3-Länder-Tour, Rebellin for Italy - at last, Kessler forgoes world's appearance, Reinerink and Weissinger leave Skil-Shimano, Fancy Austria? See the World's competition
Vuelta Cycling News - Riis: Still possible for Sastre to win, Valverde can win says Pereiro, Sastre to fight on, Tom Danielson diary: Feeling the difference, Beltran: Top ten is a nice goal
Thursday, September 14
First Edition Cycling News - Vuelta stage 17 wrap-up, Valverde: "Now, I have to attack Vinokourov", Post-race comments from the directors, Ullrich's house searched in fraud investigation, Germans announce revised World's Team, Swiss team for World's, 25 teams for 100th Paris-Tours
MTB & 'cross news & racing round-up - Liam Killeen ITV, World Cup finale, Shenandoah Mtn 100, Australian marathon champs, Jeep KOM finale, Master's Worlds, Renee Jungaa appeal, Super Cross Cup schedule, La Ruta preview, Gunn-Rita Dahle-Flesjaa, Mary McConneloug and Kristin Danielson diaries
Latest Cycling News - Vino's victory: Strength or strategy?, "Race far from over," says CSC, Saunier Duval never say die, Lang favourite for Länder-Tour, Ullrich wins a round against Franke, Quick.Step for upcoming races
Vuelta Cycling News - Vino likely to go again says Stephens, Millar psyched for Salzburg, Tom Danielson's Vuelta: Inspiration to fight back
Friday, September 15
First Edition Cycling News - Vuelta stage 18 wrap-up, Stealing the show, Valverde bittersweet, Ullrich may have no choice in DNA test, Polemics abound in aftermath of Andreu EPO admission, Luis León Sánchez will say "no" to Antequera, De Groot named as last rider for Dutch team, Stubbe extends
Latest Cycling News - More details from German Operacion Puerto searches, USA Cycling informed about Hamilton, Austrian federation waiting on Jaksche papers, Andreu's former team responds to his doping admission, Nicole Cooke and Univega win gold, Kroon happy to win again, Haselbacher to Astana, Warwick hosts British circuit series finale, Wiesenhof announces signings
Saturday, September 16
First Edition Cycling News - Vuelta Stage 19 wrap-up, Squadra Azzurra announced, Spanish selection for World's, Pound: WADA monitors Landis case, New doping control program at CSC, Giro di Lombardia invites 5 Continental teams, Liquigas for GP's Misano and Prato, Den Bakker signs with Skil-Shimano, British Cycling breaks records
Sunday, September 17
First Edition Cycling News - Vuelta Stage 20 wrap-up, Austria boots two U23 riders for missing doping test, McQuaid concerned about Spanish investigation, Saiz' accusation admitted, Boonen considers legal action, Vuelta: no ceremony for ProTour leader's jersey, Gates hopes for Tour next year, Sciandri and Sorensen join Revolution, Sooty Park returns, Webcor/Alto Velo rider killed
Vuelta Cycling News - Hushovd aiming for stage win, Devolder pleased with 11th overall, Top riders tested at Vuelta, Tom Danielson: Looking towards home, Chris Horner: A little taste of home
Monday, September 18
Vuelta Cycling News - Riis: Sastre can win a Grand Tour, Zabel looking forward to autumn, Martinez to plan future, Brajkovic: I will come back stronger, Caisse d'Epargne unhappy about missing ceremony
First Edition Cycling News - Vuelta final stage wrap-up, Vinokourov: "Valverde strong rival for Tour", Landis reiterates innocence claim, No DNA samples taken from Ullrich, Skipped Austrian doping tests lead to different handlings, Contract news: Zubeldia, Fritsch, ProTour standings: Valverde consolidates lead
Latest Cycling News - Valverde: "I could not do any more", T-Mobile to be an "international team of character", Lang ready for the World's, Wegmann getting ready for the World's, Teams ready for 20th Tour du Faso, Contract news, Cyclist killed near Rochester, NY
Tuesday, September 19
First Edition Cycling News - An interview with Alexandre Vinokourov, Clerc finishes strongly in Vuelta, Klöden looking to a top 8 finish in TT, Vandenbroucke racing again, Beñat Intxausti to Grupo Nicolás Mateos-Murcia, New Zealand Secondary School Cycling Championships
Latest Cycling News - Valverde ready for Vinokourov rematch, Colombians ready for Austria, BMX World Championships to Australia, Gerrans back to defend Sun Tour title alone, Rabobank for upcoming ProTour races, Three medals for Fabrizio Macchi, British cycling continues working with Landbouwkrediet, Teens killed in separate charity rides
Wednesday, September 20
First Edition Cycling News - Classical flavour for this year's World's, Brajkovic to miss TT, UCI decisions likely in Salzburg, First pro win for Weylandt, Three extend with CSC , Gutiérrez aims for '99 repeat, 2007 Vuelta a Asturias in doubt, Bike Wales West challenge, USA women's team aims for World's, 'Thorpedo' gets involved in Goulburn to Sydney
Latest Cycling News - Rogers hoping to be on song, Lang dreaming of bronze, Pound singles out cycling and football, Lissavetzky calls for swift action, Schumacher captain for world's; extends contract, Full-on for neo-pro Rabon, T-Mobile women looking well for world's, 2009 BMX world's Down Under, Records tumble at Canterbury Velodrome, O'Neills welcome new child
Thursday, September 21
World Championships Cycling News - USA kick off with two medals, Zabriskie hopes for a good day, "It is what it is" for Bookwalter, Kiwi comments, Crash takes out Vansummeren, ends Wauters' career, Three riders unfit to start
Latest Cycling News - Freire bets on Valverde, Austrian doping case, More controls, Wrubleski crashes, Iranian participation doubtful, Spanish federation backs Valverde, Discovery gains two, loses 11, Liquigas signs Pozzato and Trenti, Odriozola joins Euskaltel, Two Danish riders to Buitenpoort, Eric Vanderaerden feature, Cycling Center's 2006 season, Australia looking for medal contenders, Centennial Park committee
Friday, September 22
First Edition Cycling News - Elite Men's TT wrap-up, Zabriskie's silver completes the set for the USA, Post-race comments, Fostervold from soccer to cycling, Rogers contemplates time trial break, Gutiérrez well off the pace, Maier comments on road course
Latest Cycling News - Cancellara becomes world champion, Lang satisfied, Fastest Austrian of the Week, Doping scandal in Belgium?, Barry to T-Mobile?, Two more years for Löwik, Jittery Joe's signings for 2007, World Champions at Revolution, New Dutch race, ConexTrain, travelgirl combine, Fraser a father again
Saturday, September 23
First Edition Cycling News - Women's race difficult to predict, Spain: "A little bit of luck" for Valverde, Bettini king of Italian offensive, UCI wants ProTour TV rights, 44 riders fit for World's, Unibet interested in Thomas Dekker?, Milram denies interest in Ullrich, New Rabobank contracts for Brown, Horrillo and Niermann
MTB & 'cross news & racing round-up - Heather Irmiger profile, Nys has run-in with spectator, US Gran prix of 'cross schedule, Boulder Cup, Charm City and Coonamessett Eco 'cross, Maxxis and teams, Ellsworth's new two-niner, Pan Am champ injured by car, MTB racing still available for '06
Sunday, September 24
World Championships Cycling News - Elite women and U23 men road race wrap-ups, Bad luck for Crichton, Post-race comments, U.S. & Australian team reports, "A good surprise" for Boonen, Lion King predicts sprint finish, Team CSC full of favourites
Latest Cycling News - USADA asked to move forward on Landis case, CAS could get busy with ProTour polemics, Manzano: "Well-known footballers" also clients of Fuentes, Belgian professor asked to conduct audit, Gerolsteiner considering Tour boycott?, First Chinese rider to ProTour, National federations called for Nations Cup, USA Cycling and VMG Racing form partnership, Direct support for Welsh talent
Monday, September 25
World Championships Cycling News - Men's road race wrap-up, Winner's story, Post-race comments, U.S., Australian & Canadian team reports, Iran no-show in Salzburg
Latest Cycling News - UCI considers DNA to fight doping, Confusion continues over Ullrich case, Another Ullrich investigation, Wiggins looking to break Olympic record, Hoj to Cofidis
Cycling News Extra - If Zabel had won..., Boonen ran out of legs, Kohl's race "didn't go according to plan", Sieberg satisfied with the World's race, Hesjedal DNF for Canada, Basso to be cleared, Forde given two year ban, Barry confirms move to T-Mobile
Tuesday, September 26
First Edition Cycling News - UCI may want Grand Tours shortened, Montreal-Boston granted UCI 2.1 status, Cheerwine apply for Women's UCI Pro Status, Mazet joins Astana, Gudsell turns pro with FDJ, Vive le difference at the Herald Sun Tour, Hushovd no man for the worlds? Arvesen not tough enough, CX 2008 World’s bus at Salzburg
Latest Cycling News - Cancellara happy with his gold, Boonen already planning for 2007, Boogerd annoyed, Who's on T-Mobile in 2007?, Panaria looking for success in Memorial Cimurri, Teams for Franco-Belge, Nobili Rubinetterie finishes in El Salvador, Track stars expected at Manchester World Cup
Wednesday, September 27
First Edition Cycling News - Schreck reflects on the Worlds, Austrian U-23 riders cleared, Hondo to Italy, Hamilton to race Nevada Silverman triathlon, Collins to drive DFL-CN team to Pro-Conti in 2007, Big changes for CSC?, Vos to be honoured, Phonak for classics, Piéret to Acqua & Sapone, Broken foot delays Kessiakoff debut, OrganicAthlete Vegan Cycling Team, Nine announced for Harshman Wealth/Primus Mootry Cyclocross Team, Whitmore's Landscaping Super Cross Cup weekend, Cycle for Science with Hincapie and Bobke in Texas
Latest Cycling News - ProTour teams decide auto suspension, T-Mobile announces roster & anti-doping plan, Bigger problems for Hushovd?, Gerolsteiner for Franco-Belge, Petacchi ends season, nearly robbed, Cortinovis out of Franco-Belge, Lafis team director at Unibet, Eddy Merckx at Oak Hill School benefit
Thursday, September 28
First Edition Cycling News - Clerc calls for allies in "project which would work," Basso could be cleared on Friday, A license for Ullrich in 2007?, Four losses for Caisse d'Epargne-Illes Balears, Milram for Zürich, T-Mobile to Franco-Belge
Latest Cycling News - Valverde back for Lombardia, World's retro: One for the money, two for the show, Belgian federation wants more from the "Dedecker file", Circuit Franco-Belge: Last Euro stage race of the year, Phonak for Zurich, IPC Cycling to become part of UCI
Friday, September 29
First Edition Cycling News - T-Mobile: "Do it right or don't do it at all", T-Mobile ready for Zürich, Quick Step to Zürich, Liquigas backs Paolini after house searched, Doping hits South Africa, MacLean ready for Revolution sprints, Cobbles Baby! premiers at Interbike
Latest Cycling News - Antequera leads new team based on Comunidad Valenciana, Landis' hip surgery successful, Lynch also admits to "supplying", Austrian riders winding down the season, Team Volksbank in Zürich, T-Mobile to Sparkassen Münsterland Giro, Gasparotto leads Liquigas at GP Cimurri, Skil-Shimano sponsored by Wieler Magazine, Team Odysis becomes Team Ton van BemmelenSport/OdySis, Buitenpoort – Flexpoint calls it a successful season, Vervecken has twins
Saturday, September 30
First Edition Cycling News - Two world champions in Züri-Metzgete, Gerolsteiner, Saunier Duval, Liquigas for Zürich, Wegmann brothers look to win "their" race, Basso optimistic, Doubts cast on Vinokourov & Kashechkin, Giro dell'Emilia with Bettini, Benfica's back,T-Mobile Team and Giant together again for four more years, Zabel & Risi team up for Sixdays, 2007 US Open cycling Championships announced