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Froome still Team Sky leader - Thomas
Geraint Thomas is in the perfect position to win a maiden grand tour title,, but the Briton says compatriot Chris Froome remains the Team Sky leader. Read full article
Pauwels flies DiData flag as Cavendish exits Tour
With Mandela Day as motivation, Serge Pauwels ensured he was part of the 40-rider group that broke away on the first climb on the 11th stage of the Tour de France on Wednesday. Read full article
Sluggish Cavendish eliminated from Tour de France
Mark Cavendish's hopes of beating Eddy Merckx's record of 34 stage wins on the Tour de France were put on hold Wednesday when he was sensationally eliminated from the Tour de France. Read full article
Thomas powers to stage win and Tour yellow jersey
Geraint Thomas claimed the stage win and the race leader's yellow jersey on the Tour de France on Wednesday, with a powerful ride up the final climb of a gruelling 108km run from Albertville to La Rosière. Read full article
Froome welcomes rivals' lack of aggression
Defending champion Chris Froome welcomed his rivals' lack of aggression as he stayed firmly on course for a record-equalling fifth Tour de France title after the first mountain stage on Tuesday. Read full article
Pauwels attacks to 5th on first mountain stage
Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka's riders Serge Pauwels and Tom-Jelte Slagter impressed in the first mountain stage of this year's Tour de France on Tuesday. Read full article
Alaphilippe claims stage, Van Avermaet keeps lead
Frenchman Julian Alaphilippe turned on the style to secure his maiden Tour de France stage win on Tuesday as Belgium's Greg Van Avermaet stubbornly held on to the yellow jersey. Read full article
Van Vleuten retains La Course by Le Tour title
Annemiek van Vleuten followed up on her Giro Rosa victory when she prevailed in the one-day La Course by Le Tour race for the second year in a row on Tuesday. Read full article
Sky worried for Froome as Alpe d'Huez looms
Tour de France organisers are preparing for a potential Alpe d'Huez backlash against defending champion Chris Froome as his bid for a record-equalling fifth yellow jersey moves up a notch. Read full article
Wiggins fears duo's ambitions could be problem for Sky
Bradley Wiggins has warned Team Sky will have a "real problem" if Geraint Thomas takes the leader's yellow jersey in the Tour de France ahead of defending champion Chris Froome. Read full article
Froome and company grind through the cobbles
It was not the expected major shakedown, but the riders’ faces told a story of suffering as most of the main Tour de France favourites stayed in contention after a much-feared stage nine on Sunday. Read full article
Degenkolb wins ninth stage of Tour de France
John Degenkolb won the Arras-Roubaix ninth stage of the Tour de France on Sunday ahead of Greg Van Avermaet as dozens of falls and multiple withdrawals made for a slapstick spectacle amidst clouds of dust. Read full article
Porte crashes out of Tour de France
Australian Richie Porte has pulled out of the Tour de France after damaging his shoulder in a crash 10 kilometres into the ninth stage, a 156.5-km ride from Arras on Sunday. Read full article
Groenewegen wins Tour stage 8, Van Avermaet in yellow
Groenewegen won for the second straight day after a bunch sprint on stage eight of the TdF on Saturday, edging Andre Greipel and Fernando Gaviria to the Amiens finish line after a 181km run from Roubiax. Read full article
Feared cobbles put Tour on 'Super-Sunday' map
Overshadowed by the World Cup final and the Wimbledon men's singles final, Sunday's Arras to Roubiax Tour de France run, has been foremost on the cycling world's mind all week. Read full article
Cavendish in the mix in stage seven
Dylan Groenewegen (Team LottoNL-Jumbo) won the seventh stage of the Tour de France, sprinting to the win in Chartres. Read full article
Groenewegen too strong at Tour de France
Dutchman Dylan Groenewegen outblasted his rivals to the line in a sprint to take the sixth stage of the Tour de France on Friday, the longest single stage of the race from Fougeres to Chartres. Read full article
Martin wins stage, Van Avermaet keeps yellow
Ireland’s Dan Martin claimed victory on the sixth stage of the Tour de France with a brutal attack in an uphill finish as several top riders lost time on Thursday. Read full article
Hinault has 'no regrets' on Froome strike call
Tour de France legend Bernard Hinault says he does not regret calling for riders to strike in protest at Chris Froome's participation in the race, he told AFP in an exclusive interview on Thursday. Read full article
Sagan takes another win as Van Avermaet retains overall lead
Slovakia's Peter Sagan clinched his second stage win of the 2018 Tour de France on Wednesday, beating Sonny Colbrelli and Philippe Gilbert at the uphill finish of stage five. Read full article
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