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Comment: nightmare result for dream team

The entire peloton rode for Team GB and Mark Cavendish to lose the Olympic road race. Perfectly reasonable, says Edward Pickering

Stage 20 analysis: Brits storm Champs Elysées

Bradley Wiggins won the Tour de France in a triumphal final stage which also saw a scintillating sprint victory by Mark Cavendish

Stage 18 analysis: Sky unleash Cavendish

With Bradley Wiggins’ yellow jersey all but safe, Mark Cavendish was set free to take a stunning sprint win in Brive

Stage five analysis: Greipel gains an edge

André Greipel took his second consecutive stage win, outpowering his rivals into St Quentin

Stage four analysis: the road to Rouen

André Greipel dominated today’s sprint finish following a strong performance from his Lotto-Belisol team.

Comment: order! Order!

Why stronger teams mean safer sprints

Ghent-Wevelgem analysis: the rise and fall and rise of Tom Boonen

Tom Boonen took his second WorldTour race in three days, winning a tense sprint in Ghent-Wevelgem

Milan-San Remo analysis: clever boy

Brains beat brawn in the opening Classic of 2012, with Simon Gerrans outsprinting Fabian Cancellara at the end of an absorbing race. Cycle Sport looks at how he did it

Mark Cavendish interview: centre of attention

Cycle Sport was the first magazine to run an in-depth interview with BBC Sports Personality of the Year Mark Cavendish following his world championships win in Copenhagen. Here is the feature, from Cycle Sport December.

One shot at glory: worlds road race analysis

Great Britain knew exactly what they had to do for Mark Cavendish to win the rainbow jersey.