Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe) rued the lack of cooperation from other riders as he missed out on victory on the final stage of the BinckBank Tour.
Edward Theuns takes sprint win on stage four of the 2017 BinckBank Tour as leader Stefan Küng finishes safely in the bunch
World champion Peter Sagan takes second stage victory of the 2017 BinckBank Tour; Stefan Küng retains overall lead
Race leader Peter Sagan is last rider off for Tuesday's 9km individual time trial at the BinckBank Tour
World champion Peter Sagan shows that his form shows no sign of waning with victory on stage one of the BinckBank Tour in the Netherlands
World champion Peter Sagan tackled steep finish climb on stage three to finish second behind Dylan Teuns and regain the overall race lead
Sacha Modolo wins bunch sprint on stage two of the 2017 Tour of Poland as Peter Sagan loses overall lead to Danny van Poppel
Peter Sagan beat Caleb Ewan in the opening sprint finish to take the overall lead in the Tour of Poland
In a move that could spell disaster for his sponsor’s future advertising campaigns, Peter Sagan has shaved off his long hair to go for a full skinhead look. Team sponsor…
Nearly two weeks after being disqualified from the Tour de France, Peter Sagan has said that the race jury made "a big mistake" in kicking him off the race.
Peter Sagan looks set to race again at the Tour de Pologne in Poland at the end of the month after his disqualification from the Tour de France.
The CAS rejected an urgent application from Peter Sagan's Bora-Hansgrohe team for a reversal of the decision to throw him out of the Tour
British sprinter Mark Cavendsh posts video on Twitter asking social media users to respect his family after receiving abusive messages in wake of Peter Sagan disqualification
Sprinters and team managers say the bunch sprints will be as chaotic as ever despite now having two big names missing from the Tour de France
Peter Sagan's Bora-Hansgrohe team have appealed to sport's ruling court to decide on the validity of his disqualification from the Tour de France
Mark Cavendish says he respects the decision of the race jury to send Peter Sagan home from the Tour de France
World champion Peter Sagan says he accepts the decision to disqualify him from the Tour de France, but maintains he didn't do anything wrong in sprint.
Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe) will remain disqualified from the Tour de France, following yesterday's crash on stage four with Mark Cavendish.
The lack of certainty in the jury’s decision to eliminate Peter Sagan only adds to the controversy that blew up in Vittel
Bora-Hansgrohe say they completely disagree with the commissaires decision to throw Peter Sagan out of the Tour de France
Mark Cavendish was brought down after colliding with Peter Sagan on the Tour de France stage four
"We warned the sprinters that we would look very close at every sprint. And that is what we did today."
Doug Ryder says they can only hope Cavendish will be able to continue at the Tour de France after his crash on stage four
Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe) has been disqualified from the 2017 Tour de France after crashing with Mark Cavendish (Dimension Data) on stage four.
Mark Cavendish says he needs to talk to Peter Sagan about the crash that took him out of the Tour de France stage four, saying he's "not angry, just confused"