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Cycling | Tour de France

Contador banks on team work
Spanish cyclist Alberto Contador is targeting a third Tour de France victory in 2017 with his new American team Trek-Segafredo and believes Team Sky will again provide the biggest challenge. Read full article
Five key stages of the 2017 TdF
A look at five of the key stages that could ruin the best-laid plans of many a rider after organisers revealed the route of the 2017 Tour de France on Tuesday. Read full article
2017 Tour with less hills suits Froome
Tour de France organisers on Tuesday unveiled a 2017 course light on mountain climbs that should boost reigning champion Chris Froome's bid for a fourth title. Read full article
Bardet's podium finish confirms French resurgence
Romain Bardet's second place in the Tour de France on Sunday, becoming the third Frenchman to get on the podium in three years, augurs well for the future of French cycling. Read full article
Froome finally earns crowd respect
Chris Froome rode a wave of hostility to his first two Tour de France wins, but he had an easier time out of the saddle on his way to a third, winning respect if not love from the tough French crowds. Read full article
Froome wins third Tour de France title
Briton Chris Froome cemented his status as one of the greatest Tour de France riders when he secured his third title on Sunday after a three-week rocky ride. Read full article
Froome set to win third Tour title
Chris Froome will ride into Paris amid tight security on Sunday to claim – barring an unthinkable late mishap – a comprehensive third Tour de France title. Read full article
‘Tour win as good as the first’
Chris Froome said this one feels as good as the first after all but wrapping up a third Tour de France title on Saturday. Read full article
Sagan wins super-combativity award
Peter Sagan completed his best Tour de France yet by being awarded the race's super-combativity award. Read full article
Froome close to third Tour victory
Britain's Chris Froome retained his lead to all but secure a third Tour de France title as Ion Izaguirre won Saturday's 20th and penultimate stage. Read full article
Security beefed up for Tour finale
Police will ramp up security for the traditional Paris finish to the Tour de France on Sunday after the deadly Nice truck attack, officials said. Read full article
Froome faces final Tour challenge
Leader Chris Froome's knee and back will play a pivotal role in how Saturday's penultimate – and likely decisive – Tour de France stage pans out. Read full article
'Sky Armada' steering Froome to third Tour title
They are the 'Sky Armada', the multi-national support team who are pushing Britain's Chris Froome towards a third Tour de France title. Read full article
Yates handed 10-second penalty on TdF
Briton Adam Yates was handed a 10-second penalty by the Tour de France's race jury for a "handsling" in Friday's 19th stage. Read full article
Crashes prove Tour not over - Froome
Chris Froome said his crash on Friday's 19th stage of the Tour de France proved the race is never over until the finish line in Paris is crossed. Read full article
Bardet wins stage, Froome survives fall
Chris Froome crashed on a slippery descent but showed grit and determination to fight on and retain his race leader's yellow jersey at the Tour de France on Friday. Read full article
Time-trial star Dumoulin quits Tour
Tom Dumoulin's fantastic Tour de France ended in pain and disappointment on Friday as the Dutchman quit following a crash. Read full article
Porte targets podium finish in Paris
After a catastrophic start to the Tour de France, Australian Richie Porte is on the rampage and a strong performance in Thursday's time trial further strengthened his podium credentials. Read full article
Froome wins Tour de France 18th stage
Britain's Chris Froome edged nearer retaining his Tour de France title when he won the 18th stage, a 17-km mountain time trial, to extend his overall lead to almost four minutes on Thursday. Read full article
Froome rule leaves Tour predictable
French sports newspaper l'Equipe ran a headline before Wednesday's 17th stage of the Tour de France, saying: "At last the Alps". Read full article
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