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Cycling - 13 Sep 2006
World Championship Sports Network (WCSN), the country's premier multi-platform world championship sports destination, announced today that the company will exclusively present live and on-demand coverage of the 2006 Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) Road World Championships from Salzburg, Austria.
Cycling - 03 Jul 2006
Paris, 30 June 2006 - GlobeCast, a global provider of satellite broadcast and content management services and a subsidiary of France Telecom, announced today that it will supply France Télévisions and the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) with satellite coverage of the 2006 Tour de France.
Cycling - 15 Jun 2006
In occasion of the Vuelta Asturias that begins in Spain on Friday, Team Barloworld will unveil a new jersey that will include the name of Finanzauto next to that of Barloworld.
Cycling - 02 Jun 2006
The International Cycling Union communicates that the report of Mr. Emile Vrijman, independant investigator, is now available in its integrality on the uci website: <A href="http://www.uci.ch/">http://www.uci.ch/</A><BR>
Cycling - 26 May 2006
The UCI was very sad to learn that individuals from the world of cycling are involved in the investigation by the Spanish judicial authorities concerning alleged doping practices.
Cycling - 25 May 2006
Valuable UCI Points Up For Grabs in All Triple Crown of Cycling Events
Cycling - 26 Apr 2006
The International Cycling Union (UCI) announced today from Aigle, Switzerland and London that it has established the “UCI Academy” in partnership with IF Education.
Cycling - 06 Mar 2006
The UCI Anti-Doping Commission took knowledge of the decision issued on 23 February 2006 by the Barbados Cycling Federation, in the case of the rider Barry Forde.
Cycling - 28 Feb 2006
27 February 2006. When they met at the Olympic Winter Games in Torino, WADA’s Chairman Dick Pound told UCI’s Vice-President Hein Verbruggen that WADA had in its possession copies of the 15 doping control forms signed by Lance Armstrong during the 1999 Tour de France and that those copies originated from the UCI.
Cycling - 17 Feb 2006
The UCI ProTour Council (UPTC) has attentively examined the proposal from ASO, RCS and Unipublic, aiming to create a Trophée des Trois Grands Tours.
Cycling - cyclo-cross - 31 Jan 2006
More than 15.000 persons visited last weekend the stand fitted out by Treviso’s organizers in cooperation with "Marca Treviso" Consortium of Tourist Promotion in Zeddam (Netherlands), during Cyclo-cross World Championships.
Cycling - cyclo-cross - 26 Jan 2006
The mood of the World Championships can be perceived even long time before the event actually takes place.
Cycling - 20 Oct 2005
The riders representing the UCI ProTeams met on last Friday 14 October in Legnano (I) with the President and the General Secretary of the CPA, Messrs.&nbsp; Francesco Moser and Daniel Malbranque as well as with J. Voigt who represents the riders within the UPTC and&nbsp; J L Rubiera, his assistant.
Cycling - 15 Aug 2005
In the name of all the riders affiliated to our Association, the CPA News sincerely congratulates Lance Armstrong, extraordinary protagonist of the history of world cycling who won 7 Tours de France in a row.
Cycling - 01 Aug 2005
The International Cycling Union’s Management Committee has taken note of the complaint against the UCI, against its President Mr. Hein Verbruggen and against the member of the Management Committee Mr. Pat McQuaid, which is lodged by Mrs Sylvia Schenk towards the International Olympic Committee’s Ethics Commission.
Cycling - track - 17 Jun 2005
Further to the numerous speculations which were formulated after the decision to remove the events of the KM and 500 m from the Olympic program of track cycling as from Beijing 2008, the International Cycling Union is anxious to clarify the following:
Cycling - 20 May 2005
After ten days of extremely intense and exciting racing, during which the beneficial effects of the UCI ProTour on the sporting standard of the event were apparent to every observer, the Giro d’Italia was shaken yesterday by the action taken by the narcotics brigade of the Italian police force (NAS).
Cycling - mountain bike - 21 Apr 2005
The 2005 UCI Mountain Bike World Cup began on 10th April in Cyprus, with the marathon round.&nbsp; On 24th April, it will be followed by the marathon in Spa Francorchamps, on 1st May by the rounds in Garda Trentino (marathon) and Vigo (downhill and 4-cross), then, a week later, in Madrid (cross-country).
Cycling - 13 Apr 2005
The UCI ProTour Council (UPTC) met yesterday in Brussels for the first time in its new composition.
Cycling - 24 Jan 2005
The UCI has great pleasure in announcing the extension of its partnership with the Italian specialist in cycling equipment, Santini Maglificio Sportivo. Until 2008, Santini is to remain the official supplier to the UCI for all the UCI Championships and World Cups and will therefore continue to supply its famous rainbow jerseys, together with the World Cup leaders’ jerseys (more than 900 per season in all).
Cycling - 24 Jan 2005
The UCI has great pleasure in announcing the extension of its partnership with the Italian specialist in cycling equipment, Santini Maglificio Sportivo.
Cycling - mountain bike - 21 Jan 2005
The International Cycling Union has entrusted the organisation of the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup for the years 2006-2010 to 23 Degrees Management S.L. / Gestev Inc company, represented by Messrs Martin Whiteley et Patrice Drouin.
Cycling - mountain bike - 21 Jan 2005
The International Cycling Union has entrusted the organisation of the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup for the years 2006-2010 to 23 Degrees Management S.L. / Gestev Inc company, represented by Messrs Martin Whiteley et Patrice Drouin.
Cycling - 15 Dec 2004
The International Cycling Union is extremely happy to be able to welcome the announcement today of the definitive adoption of the Code of Conduct by the 19 UCI ProTeams, written under the aegis of the AIGCP.
Cycling - 15 Dec 2004
<SPAN lang=EN-US>The </SPAN><SPAN>International Cycling Union</SPAN><SPAN lang=EN-US> is extremely happy to be able to welcome the announcement today of the definitive adoption of the Code of Conduct by the 19 UCI ProTeams, written under the aegis of the AIGCP.</SPAN>
Cycling - 01 Dec 2004
The International Cycling Union (UCI) confirms the following points on December 1st 2004:
Cycling - 07 Oct 2004
Following the decision of the Professional Cycling Council (PCC) to grant 20 UCI ProTour team licenses for the 2005 season, the Licenses Commission has today retained the following candidates on a provisional basis:
Cycling - 28 Sep 2004
The International Cycling Union’s Management Committee met today in Bardolino, Italy.
Cycling - mountain bike - 27 Sep 2004
Fort William in the Scottish highlands, has won its bid to host the Mountain Bike World Championships in September 2007, despite strong competition from Canada and Australia. The decision was announced today (Monday 27 September 2004) by the UCI (International Cycle Union), cycling's international governing body, in Bardolino, near Verona, Italy.
Cycling - 24 Sep 2004
On 21 September, Phonak spokesman Georges Luedinger announced that American cyclist Tyler Hamilton failed a blood anti-doping test during the Athens 2004 Olympic Games.
Cycling - 08 Sep 2004
The UCI ProTour success within the team registration phase has largely exceeded all previsions (31 requests for 18 available places in 2005), the Professional Cycling Council has recently studied, at the requests of the Sports Group Association (AIGCP), the possibility to increase to twenty the number of licenses to be granted from the start of the UCI ProTour season.
Cycling - 08 Sep 2004
The Scottish rider David Millar has notified the UCI of his decision not to contest his disqualification to the time-trial event a the 2003 Hamilton World Championships. The final classification is modified with immediate effect, according to the UCI Regulations as follows
Cycling - 03 Sep 2004
SAN FRANCISCO, CA (September 2, 2004) – Subaru signed on as official vehicle of the T-MOBILE INTERNATIONAL, presented by BMC Software, race producers Threshold Sports and Tailwind Sports announced today. This is the first year for Subaru’s sponsorship of the Pro Cycling Tour’s finale taking place in San Francisco on September 12.
Cycling - 17 Aug 2004
PHILADELPHIA (August 16, 2004) – Threshold Sports LLC, owners of the Pro Cycling Tour (PCT) and producers of the nation’s top cycling events, announced today that St Louis-based Schupp Company will become its agency of record to help market the PCT and Threshold’s other cycling properties.
Cycling - road - 06 Aug 2004
The Tour of Britain cycle race arrives in London on Sunday 5th September as the event returns to the UK sporting calendar.
Cycling - track - 02 Aug 2004
The International Cycling Union was delighted with the media success of the UCI Track World Cup 'Classics'.
Cycling - road - 02 Aug 2004
Last month, Sports Marketing Surveys’ Eurosport Poll* asked sports fans about the Pro Tour - the reform of professional cycling competitions initiated by the UCI, and which is planned to be launched in 2005.
Cycling - 30 Jul 2004
The International Cycling Union’s Antidoping Commission communicates that all urine and blood samples taken during the 2004 Tour de France, except two samples belonging to the Belgian rider Christophe Brands, have resulted negative as far as doping products and prohibited methods are concerned.
Cycling - 26 Jul 2004
A thrilling, colourful, action-packed sporting spectacle that reaches more spectators on their own doorsteps than any other event staged in this country is set to return to this country in style in the first week of September.
Cycling - 26 Jul 2004
Following its second meeting day in Salzburg (AUT), the International Cycling Union’s Management Committee has adopted its new Anti-doping Rules, taking into account the World Anti-doping Code as well as general principles of law.
Cycling - 07 Jul 2004
Norristown, Pa – July 6, 2004 - Threshold Sports, producer of the Pro Cycling Tour, has announced a new title sponsor for the New York City Cycling Championship. BMC Software, the presenting sponsor since the New York race’s inception in 2002, moved up to title sponsor for the 2004 event. The official name of the race will now be the BMC Software New York City Cycling Championship.
Cycling - 05 Jul 2004
Paris, 1 July 2004 – Leading satellite services company GlobeCast announced today that it will deploy nine SNG (satellite newsgathering) trucks on location during the 2004 Tour de France to secure live transmissions, including world feed delivery, of the international cycling race for the Tour de France organizer A.S.O. (Amaury Sport Organisation), EBU (the European Broadcasting Union), francetélévisions, and Intelsat on behalf of OLN (Outdoor Life Network). The 2004 Tour de France takes place
Cycling - 23 Jun 2004
18th June 2004: Anheuser-Busch’s Michelob ULTRA, the 5% premium lager with low-carbohydrates, is to sponsor the Tour de France 2004 on ITV.
Cycling - 14 Jun 2004
The road cycling reform and in particular the launch of the UCI ProTour which will enter into force on 1 January 2005, is progressing as planned on 22 April 2004 . The selection of the UCI ProTour teams is now in progress.
Cycling - road - 01 Jun 2004
A thrilling, colourful, action-packed sporting spectacle that reaches more spectators on their own doorsteps than any other event staged in this country is set to return to this country in style in the first week of September.
Cycling - 01 Jun 2004
Watch the best cyclists in the world tackle 336 miles of twists, turns, and speeding straight-aways through Lancaster, Trenton, and Philadelphia. This is the Wachovia Cycling Series – the most prestigious cycling event in America for 20 straight years.
Cycling - 21 May 2004
The State of California has officially endorsed development of a week long 'Tour de France style' professional cycling race to be conducted as early as next year.
Cycling - 16 Mar 2004
NORRISTOWN, PA (March 15, 2004) – The Pro Cycling Tour (PCT) announced today an agreement with VeloNews as a sponsor of the 2004 Pro Cycling Tour and its events in Philadelphia, New York City, Vail, and San Francisco. As a PCT media partner, VeloNews, the journal of competitive cycling, will receive prominent visibility and co-branded media opportunities at Pro Cycling Tour events.
Cycling - road - 03 Mar 2004
Threshold Sports, LLC, event producers of the Wachovia Cycling Series, announced today that Subaru will be the Official Vehicle of the 2004 Wachovia Cycling Series in Lancaster, PA, Trenton, NJ, and Philadelphia, PA, June 1-6. Subaru vehicles will serve as the Race Pace Cars and Official Vehicles in the Series. On Sunday, June 6, Subaru will also sponsor the Subaru Master the Mountain challenge.
Cycling - 27 Oct 2003
International Turkish Riviera Tour 2004 18-22 February 2004 - Antalya - Turkey
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