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"
THAT crash between Sagan and Cavendish; Finally a French sprint win; Britain in yellow; and more of the day's talking points from the 2017 Tour de France
Greg Van Avermaet reflects on a missed opportunity as Sagan powered to stage three victory at the 2017 Tour de France
Peter Sagan's foot unclipped from his pedal in the final metres of stage three of the Tour de France, but that didn't stop him from winning
Sagan stays cool; Thomas/Froome fend off GC rivals; Americans go dotty; and more of the talking points from stage three of the 2017 Tour de France
Peter Sagan sprinter unclipped in the final sprint but still managed to take victory on the uphill finish of stage three of the Tour de France
World champion Peter Sagan shows no signs of ending his love of the Tour de France green jersey, saying "I will do my best to get another one"
Peter Sagan and Rafal Majka are named as the team's co-leaders for the Tour de France 2017
Peter Sagan has announced that he and wife Katarina are expecting their first child, who must be an early-favourite to win the green jersey in the 2040s.
Peter Sagan may not be renowned for his climbing abilities, but he had to put them into full use as he was forced to scale a fence to reach the…
Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe) took his second stage victory of the 2017 Tour de Suisse with another dominant sprint performance on stage eight.