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Rob Cross takes on Michael Smith in Sunday’s World Matchplay final

Rob Cross and Michael Smith lock horns for the right to be crowned World Matchplay champion on Sunday night at the Winter Gardens. The pair, who were World Cup partners in Hamburg...

Who will join the World Matchplay roll of honour?

Only eight men have been crowned World Matchplay champion since the tournament's inception in 1994, but after a week of thrills and spills at the Winter Gardens, we're guaranteed a new name on the trophy come Sunday evening. ...

Chris Froome suited to 2018 Tour de France route, says Luke Rowe

Chris Froome is ideally suited to this year's Tour de France route as the British rider targets a record-equalling fifth title, says Team Sky team-mate Luke Rowe. The 32-year-old collected his...

Devon Petersen in best place mentally as he targets World Championship return

Devon Petersen insists he's in the best place he could possibly be mentally as he targets a World Championship return later this year. 'The African Warrior' equalled his best ever Ally Pally...

Geraint Thomas ‘feels fine’ after Tour de France stage one crash

Geraint Thomas said he felt "fine" after a late crash on the opening stage of the Tour de France as Mike Teunissen took a surprise victory in Brussels. Thomas was among those...

Glen Durrant admits he’s loving every second of life in the PDC

Glen Durrant insists he's "loving every second" in the PDC after producing a series of stunning displays to reach the World Matchplay semi-finals on debut last week. Durrant has made an immediate...

We reflect on some of the biggest stories from the 2019 World Matchplay

This year's World Matchplay provided some incredible drama as we crowned a new champion at the Winter Gardens, but what did we learn from a thrilling nine days in Blackpool? In a...

Chris Froome awarded 2011 Vuelta a Espana title after doping investigation

Chris Froome has officially been named as the winner of the 2011 Vuelta a Espana after a doping case involving Juan Jose Cobo, retrospectively making him Britain's first winner of a Grand Tour. ...

Tour de France 2017: Why this could be Chris Froome’s toughest test

Chris Froome is targeting another Tour de France title - but his fourth yellow jersey could be his toughest to win yet, writes Peter Smith. While the bookmakers have the Team...

Revolution Series’ new Champions League is exciting, says Owain Doull

Olympic champion Owain Doull has described the Revolution Series’ new Champions League format as a “game-changer” and “really exciting”. The track cycling series has been held exclusively in the UK for its...

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