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Five Scottish medal hopes at the London 2012 Olympics

With London 2012 just around the corner we look at the Scots who are most likely to win a medal for Team GB.

Millar has to settle for second in Beijing Tour

SCOTLAND’S David Millar had to settle for second spot at the end of the Tour of Beijing yesterday, as Germany’s Tony Martin held off a strong British challenge to triumph.

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Cycling: Croall pulls further clear

David MARTIN (Bicycleworks) continued his season long battle with defending champion Bruce Croall (City of Edinburgh) in last night's round of the DHL Meadowbank National Track League.

Cycling: Croall and Baird in title tests

Two City of Edinburgh cyclists will seek to retain their titles when the first session of the Scottish Track Championships takes place at Meadowbank Velodrome tonight.

Cycling: Philippe Gilbert reigns in Spain

Belgium's Philippe Gilbert took a solo victory in the San Sebastian Classic one-day race yesterday.

Cycling: Paul plunders second gold

City OF EDINBURGH cyclist John Paul struck gold for a second time at the European Junior Track Championships in Portugal when he powered to victory in yesterday's Keirin final.

Cycling: John's gold in Euro sprint

City of Edinburgh cyclist John Paul produced a stunning performance to land gold in the junior sprint at the European Junior Track Championships in Portugal.

Cycling: Silver for Skinner as Germans come good

Capital cyclist Callum Skinner enjoyed his first podium finish in a major competition after he anchored the Great Britain squad to silver medals in the Under-23 team sprint on the second day of racing at the European Junior Track Championships in Anadia, Portugal, last night.

Cycling: Martin tries to put spoke into Croall's title hopes

David MARTIN (Bicycleworks) kept alive his outside hopes of lifting the DHL Meadowbank National Track League title with a fruitful outing in last night's 15th round of the 20-week competition.

Cycling: Mark Cavendish bids to stay in hunt

Mark CAVENDISH will again try to avoid a calamitous end to his Tour de France on today's final Alpine day and keep his hopes alive of a first green jersey.

Cycling: Tour leader fears Alps

The Tour de France goes uphill today with Thomas Voeckler predicting further trouble in his bid to retain the leader's yellow jersey.

Cycling: Alps battle for Mark Cavendish

Mark CAVENDISH is ready for a battle for survival in the Alps as he bids to retain the Tour de France cycle race's green jersey all the way to Paris.

Cycling: Mark Cavendish back in saddle as Tour heads into the Alps

Mark CAVENDISH'S bid to secure the Tour de France green jersey continues today as the race heads for the Alps.

Local heroes: Martin on a roll in effort to catch Croall

Capital cyclist Dave Martin will resume his efforts to cut the deficit on leader Bruce Croall in the DHL Meadowbank Track League tonight, buoyed by a podium finish in Saturday's Scottish scratch championship.

Cycling: Mark Cavendish rests up for his green jersey battle to come

Mark CAVENDISH was today taking a rest at the Tour de France, with his mind focused on keeping the points classification leader's green jersey for the remaining six days of racing.

Cycling: Cavendish's win will ease Pyrenees pain

Suffering in the mountains will be a little bit easier for cyclist Mark Cavendish today after taking the Tour de France points classification leader's green jersey.

Cycling: GB call-up joy for Paul and Skinner

City OF EDINBURGH cyclists Callum Skinner and John Paul were today celebrating their inclusion in a 29-strong Great Britain squad for the European Under-23 and Junior Track Championships in Portugal at the end of this month.

Tour de France: Team Sky hit the heights with maiden Tour victory

Team Sky principal Dave Brailsford's ambition was vindicated yesterday as Geraint Thomas set up a first Tour de France stage win for the British squad and Norwegian prodigy Edvald Boasson Hagen.

Cycling: Wiggins hails selfless Boasson Hagen after stage win

Team SKY will turn their full attentions to Bradley Wiggins after securing a much-awaited Tour de France stage win.

Tour de France: Bullish Mark Cavendish storms to victory

Great Britain's Mark Cavendish yesterday scorched to the 16th Tour de France stage win of his career before hinting at the demons which lie beneath his combustible personality.

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