• Chantal Blaak gives Dutch another world cycling championship

    BERGEN, Norway (AP) — Everybody is getting into the act for the Orange Armada at the road cycling world championships.

  • Fowles donates some of MVP bonus to provide bikes to girls

    NEW YORK (AP) — While Sylvia Fowles was sitting out the 2015 season waiting for a trade to the Minnesota Lynx, the 2017 WNBA MVP spent a lot of time cycling. It was a chance for her to stay in shape and keep her mind focused on other things besides basketball.

  • Dumoulin tops Roglic, Froome for cycling time trial title

    BERGEN, Norway (AP) — Giro d’ Italia champion Tom Dumoulin won the time trial world title on Wednesday, beating runner-up Primoz Roglic and Tour de France and Vuelta de Espana winner Chris Froome to cap a remarkable season.

  • UCI reduces field size in road races to improve safety

    BERGEN, Norway (AP) — Cycling’s governing body has decided to reduce the number of riders in major road races in an effort to improve safety.

  • Giro start in Israel to go from Jerusalem to Red Sea

    JERUSALEM (AP) — Winding its way around the walls of Jerusalem’s Old City, through modern Tel Aviv then the Negev desert down to the Red Sea, the start of next year’s Giro d’Italia will highlight Israel’s history, culture and varied topography.

  • Giro d’Italia: 2018 race route to feature 5 Israeli cities

    JERUSALEM (AP) — Giro d’Italia organizers have announced details of next year’s start in Jerusalem, which will mark the first time a cycling Grand Tour is held outside of Europe.