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  1. Orica expects Yates verdict in coming weeks

    Simon Yates' Orica – GreenEdge team said his positive test for terbutaline was an administrative error. Photo: Tim De Waele | TDWsport.com (File).

    Orica – GreenEdge expects to know if Simon Yates will be allowed to race Tour de France after TUE mix-up results in failed anti-doping

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  2. Giro stage 17 photos: Sneak attack surprises sprinters

    The breakaway was caught in the final kilometers but other riders jumped off the front during the catch. Filippo Pozzato had a good gap with 500 meters to go, but Roger Kluge was coming on strong. Photo: Tim De Waele | TDWsport.com

    Roger Kluge's win in stage 17 was his first career grand tour stage victory and a great way to boost morale for his IAM Cycling team.

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  3. Young Jungels looks a lot like Wiggins

    Bob Jungels is content to use his time trial prowess to ride high on GC at the Giro, but he's not concerned when out-paced by climbing specialists. Photo: Tim De Waele | TDWsport.com

    Bob Jungels, 23, isn't about to reinvent himself as a pure GC contender, but he's happy to use his time trial chops to vie for big wins.

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  4. Kruijswijk won’t pull a ‘Dumoulin’ in Giro’s crucible

    LottoNL – Jumbo's sport director is confident that Kruijswijk won't crack like Dumoulin did in the Vuelta. Photo: Tim De Waele | TDWsport.com

    LottoNL's director was there when Dumoulin imploded at the Vuelta, and he says Kruijswijk won't suffer the same fate in the Giro finale.

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  5. Results: 2016 Giro d’Italia, stage 17

    Cycling: 99th Tour of Italy 2016 / Stage 17
    Podium / Roger KLUGE (GER)/ Celebration / Champagne /
    Molveno - Cassano d'Adda (196km)/
    / Giro / © Tim De Waele

    Roger Kluge surprises the sprinters and earns his IAM team a much-needed win as the GC riders cool their heels.

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