# Cycling

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# Happy Days
Caruso wins on Vuelta mountain as Roglic tightens grip
The 33-year-old Italian was able to pace himself up the final 13km ascent due to a lead of around five minutes over the red jersey group at the foot of the climb.
# Tight Finish
Jakobsen wins second Vuelta stage to continue miracle comeback
Last year the Dutch rider was in a near fatal crash on the Tour of Poland.
# Cycling
Australian Storer wins on Vuelta mountain as Roglic holds lead
Spanish hopes were hit as Mikel Landa was dropped and Alejandro Valverde pulled out through injury.
# stage six
Defending champion Roglic back in red after Vuelta summit scramble
Magnus Cort Nielsen clung on impressively to beat Roglic by a bike length and take the stage.
# dash for the line
Belgian sprinter Philipsen claims second Vuelta stage win
Frenchman Kenny Elissonde is the new overall leader after the 184.4km run from Tarancon to Albacete.
# mountaintop finish
Rein Taaramae climbs to victory in stage 3 of Vuelta
The 34-year-old Estonian has taken the overall race lead.
# success
Champion Roglic wins Vuelta a Espana 1st stage
The Slovenian was the last man of 184 riders down the start ramp.
# Cycling
28th for Nicolas Roche as Slovenia's Roglic banishes time-trial demons to win Olympic gold
Roglic has bounced back from his collapse on the penultimate-stage time trial at last year’s Tour de France.
# Ciaran Cannon
TD calls for 'cultural shift' on Irish roads after suffering 'traumatic' injury while cycling
Fine Gael’s Ciaran Cannon told RTÉ’s Drivetime that he required surgery following a collision with a vehicle.
# Confusion
'I was wrong' - Dutch cyclist finishes second in road race, thinks she's won Olympic gold
Annemiek van Vleuten thought she had won gold when she crossed the line 75 seconds after Anna Kiesenhofer.
# and it was all yellow
Pogacar effectively seals second straight Tour de France title
Wout van Aert won Saturday’s time trial as the peloton heads for the Champs-Elysees on Sunday.
# Who's Eddy?
Cavendish equals all-time record with another Tour de France stage victory
Today’s win at Carcassonne was the British sprinter’s fourth so far in the 2021 edition of the race.
# The Big Breakaway
Nils Politt breaks away to win Tour de France stage 12
Tadej Pogacar retained his five-minute lead over his yellow jersey rivals.
# Tour de France
Seven-time green jersey winner Sagan pulls out of Tour de France
‘It’s a tough decision but an easy decision’, said Sagan.
# manx missle
Cavendish wins Tour de France stage 10, needs one more to equal Merckx record
Cavendish keeps a firm grip on the green jersey.
# Cycling
Australia's O'Connor climbs into Tour de France picture with Alpine win
Tadej Pogacar strengthened his grip on the yellow jersey on the final climb to Tignes.
# Rough Ride
2020 runner-up Primoz Roglic drops out of Tour de France
‘It doesn’t make sense to continue,’ Roglic said ahead of Sunday’s ninth stage.
# pog form
Champion Pogacar seizes lead as Tour enters Alps
Today’s Alpine stage was won by Belgian Dylan Teuns.
# Le Tour
Mohoric wins pulsating Tour de France stage as Roglic routed
Mathieu van der Poel kept his hold on the yellow jersey.
# Comeback
Cavendish storms to second Tour stage win in three days
The British cyclist is closing in on Eddy Merckx’s record of 34 stage victories.
# Reprieve
'We'd like to calm things down' - Tour de France withdraws complaint against spectator who caused pileup
Race director Christian Prudhomme stressed that ‘the incident has been blown out of all proportion’.
# Cycling
Cavendish wins first Tour de France stage in five years
It was his 31st stage win on the world’s greatest bike race.
# Cycling
Tim Merlier claims victory on another drama-filled Tour de France stage
Geraint Thomas dislocated a shoulder and 2020 runner-up Primoz Roglic losing valuable time.
# Injury
Geraint Thomas dislocates shoulder in Tour de France fall
Today was the third stage of the Tour De France.
# eejit
Spectator who caused giant Tour de France crash to be sued by organisers
According to regional newspaper Ouest France the woman fled the scene and has yet to be found.
# Timpiste
Spectator causes mass fall at Tour de France
A fan brandishing a sign brought down German rider Tony Martin.
# Accident
Dutch cyclist has three fingers amputated after off-road driving crash
De Kort has taken part in the Tour de France eight times.
# Cycling
Dan Martin's Tour de France place confirmed
The Irish rider won the Mur de Bretagne stage of the Tour in 2018.
# Back in the Saddle
Chris Froome to make Tour de France return after suffering horror crash in 2019
The four-time champion has been selected by cycling team Israel Start-Up Nation to race the 2021 tour.
# Sidelined
Sam Bennett's Tour de France warm-up plans derailed by knee injury
The Carrick-on-Suir rider was due to line up in the five-day Tour of Belgium, which starts today.
# Bern Winner
Dan Martin finishes 10th as brilliant Bernal wins 2021 Giro d'Italia
Bernal takes the maglia rosa ahead of Damiano Caruso and Simon Yates.
# third
Nicholas Roche makes podium finish on latest stage of Giro D'Italia
The Irishman finished third, behind Italians Alberto Bettiol and Simone Consonni.
# Giro d'Italia
Campenaerts wins Giro 15th stage as Bernal holds race lead
Dan Martin moves up to 12th in the GC after finishing with the main bunch.
# Fortunato's Wheels
Fortunato climbs to win Giro's Monte Zoncolan stage
Dan Martin finished 12th.
# Giro d'Italia
Bernal heads to mountains in pink as Nizzolo sprints to Giro stage win
Dan Martin finished Stage 13 safely with the main bunch in 65th place.
# Cycling Buddy
Dublin City Council launches new app to help cyclists identify more bike-friendly routes
Dublin Cycling Buddy aims to make cycling easier for those in the capital.
# Setback
Ireland's Dan Martin loses over six minutes on Giro leader and slips back to 18th place
Martin finished in 40th place in Stage 11 of the tour.
# Cycling
Dan Martin finishes fifth on stage 9 of Giro as Bernal takes overall lead
Slovenia’s Matej Mohoric, meanwhile, was taken to hospital after a horror crash on a descent.
# saturday spin
Frenchman Lafay claims first stage win at Giro d'Italia
Dan Martin moved up one spot to eighth overall.
# as it stands
Dan Martin still 9th overall in Giro after stage 7
It means the Irish star is currently 47 seconds off race leader Attila Valter.