FOUR-time Tour de France champion Chris Froome has “unfinished business” at the Vuelta a Espana, he claimed yesterday.
The 32-year-old has finished second three times, in 2011, 2014 and 2016, and has the support of fellow Briton Ian Stannard and two of the Team Sky...
Tuesday 15th Aug 2017
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Brit aiming to become the first racer since 1978 to win Tour-Vuelta double
Tuesday 25th Jul 2017
Roglic wins first stage but Froomey tightens grip on yellow
Thursday 20th Jul 2017
MARCEL KITTEL won stage 11 of the Tour de France in Pau yesterday for his fifth victory of the race so far as Chris Froome retained the yellow jersey.
Kittel made it two wins in two days following his win in Bergerac 24 hours earlier, extending his dominance of the sprint stages in...
Thursday 13th Jul 2017
RICHIE PORTE hopes to return to racing before the end of the season after seeing his Tour de France bid ended in a high-speed crash on Sunday.Porte suffered a fractured collarbone and pelvis when he slid into an embankment on the technical descent of the Mont du Chat, late on stage...
Tuesday 11th Jul 2017
MARCEL KITTEL won stage six of the Tour de France in Troyes as Chris Froome stayed safe in the yellow jersey yesterday.
Kittel beat Frenchman Arnaud Demare and fellow German Andre Greipel in a sprint finish at the end of the 216-kilometre stage from Vesoul.
Froome had a...
Friday 7th Jul 2017
CHRIS FROOME moved into the yellow jersey at the Tour de France yesterday as Fabio Aru won stage five from Irishman Dan Martin at La Planche des Belles Filles.
Froome crossed the line in third place ahead of BMC’s Richie Porte, but with Geraint Thomas down in 10th place, the...
Thursday 6th Jul 2017
WORLD champion Peter Sagan insisted he had done nothing wrong as he left the Tour de France yesterday, disqualified for his role in the crash that ended Mark Cavendish’s race.
Sagan had tussled with Cavendish in Tuesday’s stage four sprint finish in Vittel, with the Manxman...
Mark Cavendish’s Tour in doubt after dramatic stage four crash
Wednesday 5th Jul 2017
WORLD champion Peter Sagan won stage three of the Tour de France as Geraint Thomas retained the yellow jersey.
Bora-Hansgrohe’s Sagan beat Michael Matthews (Team Sunweb) and Dan Martin (Quick-Step Floors) in an uphill sprint to end the 212.5km stage from Verviers. Sagan appeared...
Tuesday 4th Jul 2017