Pogacar, Roglic Dominate Vuelta's Stage 13 Climb To Los Machucos

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Slovenian Tadej Pogacar mastered the mountainous Vuelta a Espana 13th stage on Friday with his compatriot Primoz Roglic consolidating his grip on the leader's red jersey.

The stamina sapping 166.4-kilometre ride featuring seven climbs saw Pogacar attacking on the brutal final 'hors categorie' ascent to Los Machucos.

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"It's an incredible day for me. I heard on the radio that no one was following me as I attacked. I realised it was a very good opportunity," Pogacar said.

While the 20-year-old (riding for UAE Emirates) was the day's winner, Roglic, who crossed the finish line in second, took a giant stride towards overall victory in Madrid on Sunday week.

He extended his lead over Alejandro Valverde at the top of the general classification to two minutes and 25 seconds.

"Today was a massive fight. It's a great day for Slovenian cycling," Roglic said.

Miguel Angel Lopez and Nairo Quintana, two other key challengers to win cycling's third Grand Tour of the year, are now trailing by 3min 18sec and 3min 33sec respectively ahead of the 14th stage after being left in Roglic's wake.

Pogacar is now third in the standings ahead of Lopez and Quintana at 3min 01sec.

The sprinters will be far more suited to Saturday's 188km ride with an anticipated mass sprint finish in Oviedo.

The stage should allow Roglic and his main title rivals to draw breath ahead of a return to the mountains on Sunday.

Contador Sells Bike From 2011 Giro To Aid Red Cross

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Alberto Contador is auctioning the bike he rode in the 2011 Giro d'Italia and Tour de France to raise funds to fight the Coronavirus pandemic, he said on Thursday.

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Tour De France Is Racing Against Time, And Losing

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For the Tour de France, one of the last of the summer's major sports events still standing in the face of the Coronavirus pandemic, the stop-watch is ticking.

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Cycling Federation Cuts Cost To Cope With Lost Income

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Faced with what president David Lappartient called "an unprecedented crisis" because of the coronavirus pandemic, the International Cycling Union on Thursday announced cost-cutting plans which include furloughing employees.

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Mark Cavendish's Battle With Depression

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British cycling superstar Mark Cavendish says he has successfully come through a two-year battle with clinical depression revealing on Monday he was "dark" but is now on the "other side".

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How To Watch Bike Racing During Coronavirus This Week (4/6-4/12)

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Van Avermaet Wins 'Funny' Virtual Tour Of Flanders From His Attic

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Olympic road race champion Greg Van Avermaet said on Sunday winning the virtual edition of the Tour of Flanders, held instead of the real race due to the Coronavirus pandemic, was "funny".

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The 2020 cycling season has been effectively postponed while global efforts are underway to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus. 

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The real Tour of Flanders has been postponed but we have found an alternative for this Sunday with the first ever virtual race: De Ronde 2020, Lockdown Edition.

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