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Pavel Sivakov: 'I was afraid of being perceived as a traitor by some Russians'

The Ineos Grenadiers rider, currently supporting Richard Carapaz at the Giro d'Italia, on his first few months as a French-registered rider.

From wrong turn to right moment: How Girmay held off Van der Poel

After coming close a number of times already this Italian Grand Tour, everything came together for Girmay to make history at the Giro.

Italian ferries wait for no man, but will turn back for a Giro stage winner

The Frenchman, beset by post-victory duties on stage 5, came close to missing the boat to Calabria.

Julian Alaphilippe resumes light training as collapsed lung is 'completely healed'

The Frenchman is in a race against time to make it to the start line of the Tour de France.

'What can you do?' ponders Cavendish after missing out on Giro stage 5 sprint

Rivals managed to drop Cavendish before the bunch sprint on stage 5 of the Giro d'Italia.

'This will be my last Giro and my last year': Nibali confirms retirement

The Shark of Messina made the announcement as the Italian Grand Tour arrived in his hometown.

Arnaud Démare profits from absence of Ewan and Cavendish on Giro stage 5

The Frenchman proves fastest in the bunch sprint in Sicily.

A Hungarian bus stop Cavendish had a bike change next to will be named after him

The village of Zámoly has decided to honour the bus stop next to where Mark Cavendish had a bike change on the opening day of the Giro d'...

Hold your loved ones close, the Ineos train has returned at the Giro d'Italia

The British team seemed to achieve little as they paced the GC group up Mount Etna.

Tadej Pogačar begins Tour de France preparation, already feeling the pressure

The defending champion has his Tour preparation mapped out.

Miguel Ángel López abandons Giro d'Italia 2022

The Colombian's first Grand Tour after his infamous 2021 Vuelta also ends prematurely.

Visiting the Valters: At home with Hungarian cycling royalty

Rave music, Buddha and a 27-time national champion dad: this is the story of the Giro d'Attila.

Guarnieri: 'It's hard to say' whether the Giro was right to go to Hungary

On the podium at the Giro team presentation in Budapest, Jacopo Guarnieri wore a trans rights wristband.

The Manx Master is still the best at 'chess on wheels' after 14 years

Mark Cavendish bridges a 14-year gap between first and most recent Grand Tour stage wins on the Giro's last day in Hungary.

'Let's stay calm, guys,' says Simon Yates as Mount Etna looms

The Brit was a surprise winner in the stage 2 time trial, but the first mountain test will provide the first real shuffling of the GC.

Mathieu van der Poel caught up in spaghetti confession at Giro d'Italia

Should Van der Poel have the maglia rosa ripped from his shoulders for crimes against Italian cuisine?

Attila Valter: If I had a Euro for each roadside fan, I could buy Buda Castle

The home hero describes his day riding a doorstep Giro.

Mission accomplished for Mathieu, with view to keep pink as long as possible

Van der Poel ducked and dived his way to the stage one win before being forced into a late dodge as he celebrated.

Biniam Girmay eyes history as a Giro stage win beckons

The Eritrean says becoming the first Black rider to win a Grand Tour stage would be 'the greatest moment ever'.

Dumoulin ahead of the Giro: 'A happy man goes a long way'

Could we be witnessing the rebirth of Tom Dumoulin, the GC rider?