Five-time Irish National Champion cyclist Matt Brammeier is lucky to be alive after smashing into the side of a car during a race at the weekend.full story
“Scans this morning confirm fractured navicular. End of the Vuelta for me.”
Meanwhile the Saxo-Tinkoff owner has threatened to withdraw his team from the rest of the race…
Tour de France champion Chris Froome suffered a blow in his bid to add the Vuelta a Espana title.
Despite the change in leader, Nicolas Roche and Dan Martin remain in third and fourth places respectively.
Sagan captured his first Grand Tour stage in more than two years.
Orica GreenEDGE’s Esteban Chaves is the new race leader after winning stage two.
Team Sky’s Chris Froome and team-mate Nicholas Roche are among those to question the route of the opening team time-trial of the Vuelta a Espana.
Froome has begun a series of physiological tests he hopes can silence those who doubt he is racing clean.
Tour de France winner Chris Froome has confirmed he will race at the 2015 Vuelta a Espana.
Irish cyclist Ciaran Kelly has received a four year ban from the Irish Sports Council after testing positive for the banned substance clenbuterol.
Tour de France winner Chris Froome could look to double up on Grand Tours this year and race the Vuelta a Espana which starts in August.
Froome vowed to always honour the Tour de France yellow jersey after clinching his second title.
Mark Cavendish on Sunday faces a fierce examination of his durability as the world’s fastest cyclist on the Paris boulevard he once dominated.
Cycling journalist Paul Kimmage has taken to twitter to vent his frustrations over the cancelation of a BBC Newsnight interview on Chris Froome last night.
Romain Bardet was victorious on stage 18 of the Tour de France as Chris Froome maintained his commanding advantage to move a step closer to a second title in Paris on Sunday.
Ireland’s Sam Bennett was forced to abandon the Grand Tour on the 17th stage of the Tour de France.
“If I compare how I was two years ago on the second rest day, I feel as if I’m in a much stronger position than I was (then), coming into the last week.
“I would like the UCI to invest in individuals and put them into each team 24/7. That would prove we do nothing. I’m ready to do it.”
Chris Froome fended off numerous attacks in maintaining his commanding lead on Thursday’s final stage in the Pyrenees.
The Central Hearings Committee have upheld Connolly's one-game suspension.
The Dublin County Board have had a disappointing day at the Central Hearings Committee.
Munster rugby supporters face another shock in the next day or two when news of Donncha O’Callaghan’s departure will be made official.
Simon Zebo admitted to being a bag of nerves as he waited to hear if he had survived the final cut.
Real Madrid have released a statement pretty much blaming Manchester United. We’re guessing De Gea isn’t too impressed…
Trick shots, racket slams and complaints to the umpire all played their part in the Kyrgios bonanza but Murray was cool amid the chaos.
Jamie Wall received a thunderous reception and a standing ovation when he walked into a reception at the Rochestown Park hotel with the aid of an Exo-skeleton.
The pair performed a short jig, which ended with Djokovic high-fiving his partner and putting on an ’I love New York’ t-shirt.