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Cycling | Tour de France

France to deploy 23 000 police for 'Le Tour'
Some 23 000 police will be deployed for the Tour de France, Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve said on Tuesday, as the world's premier cycling race takes place under the post-attacks state of emergency. Read full article
Porte on the slow-burner after 'disaster'
Richie Porte believes he has managed his efforts better this year as he builds up to July's Tour de France. Read full article
Paolini hit with 18-month ban
Italian cyclist Luca Paolini was on Wednesday banned for 18 months after testing positive for cocaine at last year's Tour de France, cycling's ruling body the UCI announced. Read full article
Degenkolb targets return after horror crash
Horror crash victim Germany's John Degenkolb said on Tuesday that he hopes to race in this year's Tour de France as he continues his recovery from a January collision with a car. Read full article
TdF solve Chilean wine-boycott threat
Tour de France organisers have invited local wine producers to showcase their products during the race, after they had threatened to protest at a Chilean wine being an official partner. Read full article
No surprises in 2016 TdF team list
Chris Froome will go up against familiar faces when he attempts to win a third Tour de France title in July, after the same 22 teams from last summer were named by race organisers on Wednesday. Read full article
Dusseldorf time trial to kick off 2017 Tour de France
A 13km time trial around the streets of the German city of Dusseldorf will kick start the 2017 Tour de France, handing home rider Tony Martin the perfect chance for an early claim to the fabled yellow jersey. Read full article
2017 TdF to start in Dusseldorf
The German city of Dusseldorf will host the Grand Depart of the 2017 Tour de France, the organisers announced on Tuesday. Read full article
Dutch sue TdF for unpaid bill
The Dutch cycling federation is seeking to recover some €140 000 owed by ASO, the organisers of the Tour de France, for hosting the start of the 2015 race. Read full article
‘TdF harder for Froome than rivals’
Chris Froome will always find it harder to win the Tour de France than his rivals because of the doping suspicions that follow him, his Team Sky manager Dave Brailsford believes. Read full article
Froome welcomes new TdF route
Tour de France champion Chris Froome sent an ominous warning to his rivals after seeing the route for next year's edition on Tuesday, saying it suits him more. Read full article
2016 TdF route still favours climbers
The Tour de France appears set to be dominated by the climbers once more in 2016 but cycling's most prestigious stage race should get off to a calmer start than this year's edition. Read full article
Froome believes he can win seven TdFs
Chris Froome believes he can win five more Tours de France, making him a seven-time champion and the most successful rider in the history of cycling's greatest race. Read full article
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
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