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  1. Katusha-Alpecin’s Marco Haller facing long lay-off after collision with car on training ride

    The Austrian was riding with his compatriot Bernhard Eisel when the car collided with him

    Marco Haller in hospital after collision with car (Katusha-Alpecin)
    The Austrian was riding with his compatriot Bernhard Eisel when the car collided with him
  2. Lance Armstrong settles lawsuit with US government ahead of trial

    The lawsuit against the former US Postal rider was was set go to court on May 7

    Lance Armstrong speaks at a press conference.

    The lawsuit against the former US Postal rider was was set go to court on May 7
  3. British Cycling calls on government to change reforms that could prevent injured cyclists from getting compensation

    The national governing body says the governments revised Civil Liability Bill will punish cyclists rather than protect them

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    The national governing body says the governments revised Civil Liability Bill will punish cyclists rather than protect them
  4. BMC Racing team owner Andy Rihs dies aged 75

    Rihs died on Wednesday after enduring a long illness

    Andy Rihs (Sunada)
    Rihs died on Wednesday after enduring a long illness
  5. Belgian rider Jeroen Goeleven dies in his sleep aged 25

    The young rider was Limburg time trial champion and had previously ridden with continental team Colbra

    Jeroen Goeleven (Facebook/Danny Goeleven)
    The young rider was Limburg time trial champion and had previously ridden with continental team Colbra