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Switzerland's Phonak cycling team has suspended rider Sascha Unweider following a positive A-test for high levels of testosterone.
By Reuters • The 13/03/2006 at 21:07
Floyd Landis kept the Paris-Nice race in American hands on Sunday by winning his second stage race of the season.
By Reuters • The 12/03/2006 at 13:28
Kazakhstan's Andrey Kashechkin won the sixth stage of Paris-Nice from Digne-Les-Bains to Cannes over 179 kms on Saturday.
By Eurosport • The 11/03/2006 at 17:38
Joaquin Rodriguez attacked on the final climb for a solo win on the fourth stage of the Paris-Nice race on Friday.
By Reuters • The 10/03/2006 at 15:58
Paris-Nice

The longest day

The longest stage of Paris-Nice, Friday's 201.5 km trip from Avignon to Digne-les-Bains starts ends with category one climbs.
By Eurosport • The 10/03/2006 at 15:17
Tom Boonen almost crashed in the closing stages before recovering to snatch his third stage win in the Paris-Nice race on Thursday.
By Reuters • The 09/03/2006 at 16:44
Paris-Nice

Chasing Floyd

With a short-handed team and top riders on his heels, Floyd Landis has his work cut out for him in retaining the Paris-Nice yellow jersey.
By Eurosport • The 09/03/2006 at 15:14
Patxi Vila (Lampre) pipped Floyd Landis to win stage three of Paris-Nice on Wednesday, but the American took the overall lead.
By Eurosport • The 08/03/2006 at 16:23
With a 10km Cat. 1 climb waiting at the end of stage three, the favourites now look to take the Paris-Nice lead from Tom Boonen.
By Eurosport • The 08/03/2006 at 14:30
For the second year in a row Tom Boonen has won the first two stages of Paris-Nice, again taking a bunch sprint win in front of Allan Davis.
By Eurosport • The 07/03/2006 at 17:08
 
 
 

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