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‘I’m here for both of us’: Sakakibara dedicates BMX semi spot to brother

‘I’m here for both of us’: Sakakibara dedicates BMX semi spot to brother

The Australian scraped into fourth spot during Thursday’s BMX racing quarter-finals. It was just enough to qualify for Friday’s semis.

  • by Sarah Keoghan

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‘That was my job and I did it good’: Roglic wins time trial as Dennis settles for bronze

‘That was my job and I did it good’: Roglic wins time trial as Dennis settles for bronze

Australian cyclist Rohan Dennis has won bronze after facing a short but nervous wait to stay in contention. It came after compatriot Grace Brown narrowly missed out on the podium.

  • by Sophie Smith
‘Have I got that wrong?’: Dutch cyclist thought she had won gold

‘Have I got that wrong?’: Dutch cyclist thought she had won gold

Annemiek van Vleuten crossed the line in the women’s road race on Sunday and celebrated with both arms in the air as if she had won gold. The only problem was that her rival had crossed the line one minute and 15 seconds earlier.

  • by Sophie Smith
Carapaz claims historic win as Porte falls off pace in road race

Carapaz claims historic win as Porte falls off pace in road race

At the scene where James Hunt took an F1 world championship from Niki Lauda in 1976, the Tokyo Olympic men’s road race wrote a chapter in another great rivalry, as Ecuador’s Richard Carapaz took gold.

  • by Malcolm Knox
Tight Tour-to-Tokyo turnaround makes Games road race ‘a lottery’: Porte

Tight Tour-to-Tokyo turnaround makes Games road race ‘a lottery’: Porte

Richie Porte believes his chances of winning a medal at the Olympics hinge on how he recovers from the gruelling, three-week event that finished last Sunday.

  • by Sophie Smith
Started with ‘a bit of jealousy’: How Aussie climbed to miracle Tour result

Started with ‘a bit of jealousy’: How Aussie climbed to miracle Tour result

Ben O’Connor has transformed from self-described “outlier” to man of international interest after producing one of Australia’s best performances on debut at the Tour de France.

  • by Sophie Smith
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‘He rides like we don’t exist’: Pogacar set to win back-to-back titles, Aussie fourth

‘He rides like we don’t exist’: Pogacar set to win back-to-back titles, Aussie fourth

Tadej Pogacar was poised to win a second consecutive Tour de France title as the Slovenian retained his overall lead following the final time trial, a 30.8-km solo effort from Libourne on Saturday.

Best is yet to come from Australian Tour de France sensation: Anderson

Best is yet to come from Australian Tour de France sensation: Anderson

Ben O’Connor has been a revelation in his first Tour de France and has what it takes to finish on the podium in the future, says an Australian cycling pioneer.

  • by Dominic Bossi
Marathon man Matej Mohoric posts second Tour de France stage win

Marathon man Matej Mohoric posts second Tour de France stage win

Matej Mohoric posted a second Tour de France stage win after surging solo from a breakaway group with a darting attack on Friday.

Pogacar closes in on title as doping suspicions hit Tour de France

Pogacar closes in on title as doping suspicions hit Tour de France

Tadej Pogacar claimed another victory in the 18th stage to edge closer to retaining his title as a cloud of doping suspicions hung over the world’s greatest cycling race.

  • by Julien Pretot
‘I’d run out of food’: Australian’s epic 19-day, 5510km Alt-Tour de France

‘I’d run out of food’: Australian’s epic 19-day, 5510km Alt-Tour de France

The challenge before Lachlan Morton was audacious at best, insane at worst: Ride the entire Tour route, including hundreds of kilometres in between stages and carrying everything he would need, and arrive before the peloton pulled into Paris.

  • by Dave Skretta