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Cycling - Olympic champion Vogel paralysed after crash

BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany's Olympic and world sprint cycling champion Kristina Vogel has been paralysed following a serious crash in training in June, she told a German magazine in an interview.

Herrada storms into Vuelta lead

FARO DE ESTACA DE BARES. MANON, Spain (Reuters) - Spanish rider Jesus Herrada became the overall leader of the Vuelta a Espana on Thursday while Frenchman Alexandre Geniez won stage 12 with a nail-biting sprint at the finish line to pip Team Sky's Dylan van Baarle to victory.

Roglic leads Tour of Britain after time trial win

(Reuters) - Slovenia's Primoz Roglic took the overall lead in the Tour of Britain on Thursday as his Team LottoNL-Jumbo dominated the team time trial stage from Cockermouth to Whinlatter in Cumbria.

Greipel claims second stage win on Tour of Britain

(Reuters) - German veteran Andre Greipel claimed his second victory in four days at the Tour of Britain as he outsprinted his rivals in stage four to Royal Leamington Spa on Wednesday.

Viviani takes second Vuelta victory, Yates stays in red

FERMOSELLE, SPAIN (Reuters) - Italian Elia Viviani sprinted to a second stage victory at the Vuelta a Espana on Tuesday while Briton Simon Yates retained his slender, one-second lead in the general classification after stage 10.

Alaphilippe wins Tour of Britain stage three, Bevin takes overall lead

(Reuters) - French rider Julian Alaphilippe won the third stage of the Tour of Britain on Tuesday after a bunch sprint at the end of the 128-kilometre course around Bristol.

Greipel rains on Thomas's Welsh parade

LONDON (Reuters) - Tour de France champion Geraint Thomas's hopes of winning the opening stage of the Tour of Britain in front of his home fans in Wales were dashed as German veteran Andre Greipel sprinted to victory on Sunday.

King triumphs again at Vuelta, Yates takes overall lead

LA COVATILLA, SPAIN (Reuters) - U.S rider Ben King grabbed his second win at the Vuelta a Espana with a gutsy solo charge on the summit finish of Sunday's ninth stage while Briton Simon Yates became the overall leader, a second ahead of Spaniard Alejandro Valverde.

Former cyclist Josiah stunned he’s branded a traitor on social media

FORMER national cyclist Josiah Ng was startled to be branded a traitor on social media after his charge Jai Angsuthasawit delivered an unexpected Asian Games gold medal in track cycling for Thailand in the men’s keirin.

I’m still a Malaysian: Thailand coach Josiah Ng reacting after his cyclist Jai Angsuthasawit won the men’s keirin gold at the Jakarta International Velodrome on Friday.

-Valverde grabs second stage win at Vuelta to close gap

ALMADEN, Spain (Reuters) - Spaniard Alejandro Valverde grabbed a second stage win of this year's Vuelta a Espana by pipping Peter Sagan to the finish line in a thrilling uphill sprint on Saturday to cut the gap behind overall leader Rudy Molard to 10 seconds.