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Mark Cavendish: I'll make every pedal rev count for Rio Olympics - ‎22 hours ago‎
At the start of the season Cavendish's goals were ambitious to say the least - most notably because the world of road sprinting has become so much more competitive.
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How Mark Cavendish got his Tour de France mojo back

CyclingTips - ‎Jul 21, 2016‎
He won't dispute stage win number five in Paris, but Mark Cavendish's 2016 Tour campaign was nevertheless a blazing success.

Rio 2016: Fernando Gaviria can continue Mark Cavendish Olympic misery

International Business Times UK - ‎Jul 24, 2016‎
After bidding an early farewell to a hugely successful 2016 Tour that saw him collect four more stage victories and both match and surpass the legendary Bernard Hinault, Cavendish is gearing up for one more attempt at Olympic track redemption. Despite ...
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Carlton Kirby: Mark Cavendish the greatest sprinter of all time, and Marcel Kittel in mental turmoil - ‎Jul 19, 2016‎
It easy to forget that before this tour Mark Cavendish, the greatest of all great sprinters, had never beaten Marcel Kittel in a head-to-head.

Mark Cavendish's 2016 Tour De France Stage Wins - ‎Jul 23, 2016‎
Mark Cavendish won four stages of the 2016 Tour de France, his best return since 2011 and more than he had managed in the previous three Tours combined.

HOT OR NOT: Mark Cavendish shows his class in Tour de France but Russia's doping scandal is cheating their own

Daily Mail - ‎Jul 22, 2016‎
It's time to run the rule over the best and the worst of the week's sport. Sportsmail's LAURA WILLIAMSON tells us who's been a force for good and who could do with upping their game.

The men behind Mark Cavendish's 2016 season: Brian Smith, Heiko Salzwedel, Rolf Aldag and Bernhard Eisel

RoadCyclingUK - ‎Jul 20, 2016‎
After four stage wins, six days in green, and a day in yellow, Mark Cavendish has bid farewell to the 2016 Tour de France. A former world road race champion, Monument Classic victor, points jersey winner in all three Grand Tours, and possessor of 30 ...
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Mark Cavendish drops out of Tour de France after earning cool £44000 in prize money

City A.M. - ‎Jul 20, 2016‎
Mark Cavendish has pulled out of the Tour de France with five stages remaining but will still take home a cool €52,670 (£44,00) in prize money for his two and half weeks work.
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Mark Cavendish left frustrated by mechanical at end of Tour de France stage 11

Cycling Weekly - ‎Jul 13, 2016‎
Mark Cavendish lamented a broken rear mech in the final eight kilometres of stage 11 that prevented him from being able to contest the finish of the race.
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Mark Cavendish pulls out of the Tour de France to focus on the Olympics

Newstalk 106-108 fm - ‎Jul 20, 2016‎
Mark Cavendish has pulled out of the Tour de France, ahead of the final five stages, to focus on the Olympic Games. The 31-year-old won four stages on the Tour this year to move to 30 overall.

Tour de France: Mark Cavendish closes in on Eddy Merckx's record

euronews - ‎Jul 17, 2016‎
The Manx missile was too fast for rivals Alexander Kristoff and Peter Sagan. Cavendish has now racked up 30 stage wins, four behind five-time Tour winner Eddy Merckx.

Mark Cavendish wins fourth stage on Tour

ITV News - ‎Jul 16, 2016‎
British rider Mark Cavendish claimed his fourth stage win of the 2016 Tour de France - and 30th of his stellar career - with a sprint victory in Villars-les-Dombes.
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Mark Cavendish: Sprinter pulls out of Tour de France

Daily Star - ‎Jul 19, 2016‎
His team added: "After analysing his workload from the previous stages and his current levels of fatigue, the team has supported Mark leaving the Tour to give him the best opportunity to recover and prepare for the Olympic Games in Rio." Cavendish (291 ...

Tour de France: Mark Cavendish secures fourth stage win

Daily Star - ‎Jul 17, 2016‎
German Kittel felt that Cav had cut across him and complained to officials. However, the result was allowed to stand. The 208.5km stage finished with a three kilometre straight into a headwind and Cavendish bided his time behind the huge frame of Kittel.
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Cycling teams including Mark Cavendish and Sir Bradley Wiggins to ride into Bath for Tour of Britain

Bath Chronicle - ‎Jul 20, 2016‎
The full list of teams taking part were announced by Tour of Britain organisers on Tuesday (July 19). Teams taking part include Team Dimension Data, who won the 2015 Tour of Britain with Edvald Boasson Hagen and now also boast Mark Cavendish.

Abu Dhabi Tour Ambassador Mark Cavendish reveals passion behind his cycling career ahead of showpiece UAE event

Sport360° - ‎Jul 18, 2016‎
Abu Dhabi Tour Ambassador Mark Cavendish reveals passion behind his cycling career ahead of showpiece UAE event. Abu Dhabi Tour Ambassador Mark Cavendish reveals the drive, passion and inspiration behind his successful cycling career and ...

Mark Cavendish ends Tour de France challenge and sets sights on Olympic Games

Daventry Express - ‎Jul 19, 2016‎
As well as the six-discipline omnium, Cavendish is reserve rider for the four-man, four-kilometres team pursuit. Dimension Data team principal Doug Ryder said: "Mark is really sad to leave the Tour. We are committed to support him in his dream goal of ...

British Cycling championships comes to Birmingham's Broad Street

Birmingham Mail - ‎Jul 20, 2016‎
British Cycling has chosen Birmingham to host its National Circuit Race Championships on July 28 - an event previously won by Olympians and world champs such as Lizzie Armitstead, Mark Cavendish and Joanna Rowsell. The event will see the men's and ...
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Mark Cavendish has four stage wins on this year's Tour

St Helens Star - ‎Jul 16, 2016‎
Kittel believed Cavendish cut him off in the final metres, and the big German could be seen waving an arm in anger as the Manxman crossed the line ahead of Norwegian Alexander Kristoff of Katusha and Tinkoff's world champion Peter Sagan in third.