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Landis launching new team sponsored by his cannabis business

(Reuters) - American Floyd Landis, who won the Tour de France in 2006 but lost the title after being found guilty of doping, announced on Thursday plans to launch a professional cycling team that will be sponsored by his cannabis business.

Cycling - Valverde wins men's World Championship road race

INNSBRUCK, Austria (Reuters) - Spaniard Alejandro Valverde sprinted to a dramatic victory in the men's road race at the UCI World Championships in Austria on Sunday to finally claim an elusive first title ahead of Frenchman Romain Bardet and Canada's Michael Woods.

Mixed relay event added to world championships programme

(Reuters) - Men and women cyclists will join forces in a new event being introduced at next year's Road World Championships in Britain as part of a move by the sport's governing body (UCI) to "encourage gender equality".

Open road lies ahead for team Terengganu

IPOH: Syed Mohd Hussaini Syed Mazlan did not achieve big things when he was cycling for the country but he has now cemented his place as one of the most respected local coaches around.

Ride on: Terengganu cycling coach Syed Mohd Hussaini Syed Mazlan (carrying orange bag) cheering for Nur Aisyah Mohamad Zubir (with coloured scarf) who finished her campaign by winning the girls’ keirin final for her seventh gold in Sukma cycling.

Ex-cyclist Rizal’s presence adds value to Fadhil’s gold in last outing

WHAT is a Malaysia Games (Sukma) gold medal especially after winning an Asian Games silver medal and a SEA Games gold medal?

Nur Aisyah the first cyclist to win seven golds in one edition

WHAT an incredible achievement for Nur Aisyah Mohamad Zubir (pic).

Fearless Abdul Rahman stuns SEA Games champ Eiman for gold

Terengganu cyclist Wan Abdul Rahman Hamdan was unnerved by his rival’s reputation as the reigning SEA Games champion and rose to the occasion to deliver the gold in the presence of his state’s Mentri Besar Dr Ahmad Samsuri Mokhtar at the Velodrome Rakyat in Ipoh yesterday.

Anis grabs big prize in girls’ cycling for tiny Perlis

TINY Perlis do not have a velodrome but they can now boast of a Sukma cycling champion in Anis Amira Rosidi.

Well done: Perlis’ Anis Amira Rosidi (front) in action during the girls’ sprint event at the Velodrome Rakyat in Ipoh.

Teams representative says UCI taking them for granted

LONDON (Reuters) - Cycling teams are being "taken for granted" by world governing body the UCI and fear that planned reforms will continue to leave them short-changed, according to a representative of cycling's team organisation, the AIGCP.

Nur Aisyah shines on track debut to claim fourth gold

DESPITE riding on unfamiliar turf, cyclist Nur Aisyah Mohd Zubir showed her pedigree by demolishing the field to claim the girls’ 10km scratch race gold medal for Terengganu at the Velodrome Rakyat in Ipoh.