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- Cycling-Nibali fights off Scarponi to defend Giro lead
(Adds number of stage in lead) By Alasdair Fotheringham IVREA, Italy, May 21 (Reuters) - Italy's Vincenzo Nibali fended off several surprise attacks by his rivals to maintain his grip on the overall lead for a ninth straight day on Tuesday's hilly 16th stage of the Giro d'Italia, won by Spain's Benat Intxausti. In a fast and frantic finale as the main pack tore down a twisting descent from the third category climb of Andrate, Nibali responded to attacks by 2011 Giro winner Michele Scarponi, fifth overall. ...
- Cycling-Road-Giro d'Italia classification after stage 16
May 21 (Infostrada Sports) - Classification from Giro d'Italia after Stage 16 on Tuesday 1. Vincenzo Nibali (Italy / Astana) 67:55:36" 2. Cadel Evans (Australia / BMC Racing) +1:26" 3. Rigoberto Uran (Colombia / Team Sky) +2:46" 4. Michele Scarponi (Italy / Lampre) +3:53" 5. Przemyslaw Niemiec (Poland / Lampre) +4:13" 6. Mauro Santambrogio (Italy / Vini Fantini) +4:57" 7. Carlos Betancur (Colombia / AG2R) +5:15" 8. Rafal Majka (Poland / Saxo - Tinkoff) +5:20" 9. Benat Intxausti (Spain / Movistar) +5:47" 10. Domenico Pozzovivo (Italy / AG2R) +7:34" 11. Tanel Kangert (Estonia / Astana) +7:43" ...
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- Club makers hit back at rule banning anchored putters
By Larry Fine (Reuters) - Golf club makers Ping and Cobra Puma Golf hit back on Tuesday at a rules change that will ban the anchoring of putters. The ban, announced on Tuesday, will take effect on January 1, 2016. It does not apply to equipment and golfers will be able to use belly and broomstick putters. They will not, however, be allowed to anchor the club against their body for their putting stroke. Ping chairman John Solheim and Bob Philion, head of Cobra Golf, had lined up with the U.S. ...