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Giro d’Italia: Froome’s tenacity is rewarded

Chris Froome lights up the Giro with a monumental attack He's done! That's what the general conses was among cycling enthusiasts with regards to Chris Froome's Giro d'Italia chances. The four-time Tour de France champion looked to be out of sorts as compatriot Simon Yates looked dominant in the Maglia Rosa. Team

Chris Froome: Britain’s Maillot Jaune champion

Froome has written himself into the history books by winning a fourth Tour de France In 2012 Bradley Wiggins became Britain's first Tour de France winner, few in the world of cycling would have thought that Team Sky would go on to win a total of five Tours de France in

Roglič and Froome favourites for ITT

Roglič and Froome are the men to beat on stage 20 60,000 fans will pack the Stade Vélodrome this afternoon to witness stage 20 of the Tour de France. Race leader, Chris Froome has a slender advantage of 23 seconds over Frenchman, Romain Bardet. Primož Roglič is the bookies favourite to

TDF: Boasson Hagan storms to victory

Boasson Hagan take his first Tour de France stage win in six years The 104th edition of the Tour de France is nearing its conclusion. The longest stage of this year's tour proved no match for Norweigan rider, Edvald Boasson Hagan. The Team Dimension Data rider crossed the line five seconds

TDF: Barguil is the king of Izoard

Warren Barguil rides brilliantly to conquer the Col d'Izoard It’s been a commendable effort by all the riders to make it this far in the Tour de France. The focus for stage 18 was on the high-mountain finish of the Col d'Izoard, questioning whether or not the General Classification contenders had

TDF: Primož Roglič lights up the Alps

Lotto Jumbo rider Primož Roglič shows grit and determination in the High Alps Summary The Tour de France really lights up when it hits the majestic climbs of the Alps. French President Emmanuel Macron was among the dignitaries for the day's racing. Stage 17 didn't take any prisoners, Marcel Kittel and Dan

Tour de France: 5 things to watch for in week 3

The Tour de France has never been so tight after 15 stages The 104th Tour de France hasn't disappointed everyone. Chris Froome is the current race leader, albeit by a slender margin. The French, and other nationalities may be experiencing a bit of déjà vu, it is a different story for

Bauke Mollema rides to victory

Bauke Mollema rides valiantly to win stage 15 of the Tour de France Stage 15 raised a number of tactical questions for the teams involved in the General Classification. With a rest day following, would the trio teams of Astana, AG2R La Mondiale and Cannondale choose to attack Team Sky? Chris

TDF: Michael Matthews claims stage 14

Michael Matthews takes stage 14 as Froome reclaims the yellow jersey 176 riders started stage 14 and it was no surprise to the ever-popular Thomas Voeckler in the early breakaway. The stage was set up for Australian rider Michael Matthews to take the victory, he did not disappoint. Matthews, a delighted

TDF: Barguil’s French delight on Bastille Day

 Barguil's victory delights France Stage 13 was short and sharp, it seemed to change shape by the kilometre and attacks were plentiful. Alberto Contador showed some of his old grit and steel as he attacked from a long way out. His attack stretched the peloton, isolating the GC contenders. Frenchman, Warren


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