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Cycling | Tour de France

Froome, Quintana set for Tour rivalry
Many both in the peloton and watching from afar may have groaned when Chris Froome said he intended to ride on for another six to eight years, but not everyone is disappointed. Read full article
British press toast Froome Tour win
Britain's newspapers toasted cyclist Chris Froome as the first Briton to win the Tour de France twice, noting his vow to "never dishonour" his Team Sky yellow jersey by doping. Read full article
Animosity makes TdF success Froome's best
Chris Froome admitted he'd been "up against everything" at the Tour de France where he was accused of cheating, spat upon and had urine thrown at him. Read full article
Brailsford proud of 'clean' Froome
Chris Froome's Team Sky manager Dave Brailsford said on Sunday he was proud of the Tour de France winner and insisted he is riding clean. Read full article
Contador double bid fizzles out
Alberto Contador was hoping to leave his mark with a rare Giro d'Italia/Tour de France double, but the Spaniard, fifth overall in Paris, rode through the sport's most prestigious race almost unnoticed. Read full article
Shadow of Armstrong dogs Froome
Chris Froome bristles at comparisons to Lance Armstrong but there is one way in which he cannot avoid them: his success breeds as much scepticism as the American's did. Read full article
Froome lands second Tour title
Chris Froome said he felt "incredible" after winning his second Tour de France title on Sunday in a competition that has seen him accused of cheating, spat upon and doused with urine. Read full article
Pinot rewarded for never giving up
Thibaut Pinot believes his victory on Alpe d'Huez on Saturday was just reward for never giving up in an otherwise disappointing Tour de France. Read full article
Brailsford praises 'resilient' Froome
Chris Froome's Sky team manager Dave Brailsford paid tribute to his lead rider after the Briton virtually clinched a second Tour de France on Saturday. Read full article
Froome set for glory, Pinot wins on Alpe
Chris Froome all but sewed up his second Tour de France victory after holding off a stirring fightback by Nairo Quintana on Alpe d'Huez on Saturday. Read full article
Froome primed for Alpe d'Huez showdown
Tour de France leader Chris Froome admitted he feels on edge ahead of Saturday's Alpe d'Huez showdown. Read full article
Nibali fighting to maintain podium record
Vincenzo Nibali's defence of the Tour de France title he won in 2014 may have failed but the Italian proved he was a proud warrior with victory on the 19th stage. Read full article
Quintana surprised by Froome's resistence
Nairo Quintana admitted he was surprised at how little time Chris Froome lost after the Colombian attacked the Tour de France leader on Friday. Read full article
Froome slams Nibali for behaviour
Race leader Chris Froome hit out at defending Tour de France champion Vincenzo Nibali for launching his stage-winning attack just when the Briton suffered a mechanical problem on Friday. Read full article
'Shark' attack pays dividends for Nibali
Vincenzo Nibali reminded everyone why he is the reigning champion by claiming victory on the Alpine 19th stage of the Tour de France on Friday. Read full article
Froome's lead cut as Nibali wins
Chris Froome has one more mountainous hurdle to overcome to claim a second Tour de France title after Friday's 19th stage in which had 30 seconds chopped off his lead as Vincenzo Nibali claimed victory. Read full article
Alps favour us, says Quintana
Nairo Quintana may be running out of options at the Tour de France but he says the next two Alpine stages will favour him over race leader Chris Froome. Read full article
Quintana bidding to eclipse 'Lucho' Herrera
Nairo Quintana will be aiming to cement the special relationship between Colombia and Alp d'Huez when tackling the mystical Tour de France climb on Saturday. Read full article
‘Doping suspicions worthwhile in yellow’
Chris Froome says he is happy to put up with all the doping suspicions he's faced at the Tour de France because wearing the yellow jersey makes it worthwhile. Read full article
Contador admits TdF podium a long shot
Alberto Contador admitted on Thursday that his hopes of a podium finish are slim at the Tour de France after enduring what he called one of the toughest days of his career. Read full article
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