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Cycling | Tour de France

'2014 Tour start one of hardest ever'
The Grand Depart of the Tour de France in England in July will be one of the toughest ever with rivals for overall victory jostling for early ascendancy from the word go. Read full article
Wiggins foresees Team Sky women's team
Former Tour de France champion Bradley Wiggins believes that Team Sky will look to launch a women's team in the near future. Read full article
Team line-up for 2014 TdF confirmed
Tour de France organisers announced on Tuesday the final four teams invited to compete in this year's 101st edition of the race which begins on July 5 at Leeds in England. Read full article
Quintana skipping TdF
Last year's runner-up Nairo Quintana of Colombia says he is skipping the Tour de France this year to race in the Giro de Italia and the Spanish Vuelta. Read full article
Tour de France trophy arrives in Leeds
Leeds, the northern English venue for the start of this year's Tour de France, took delivery of the Grand Depart trophy on Thursday. Read full article
Grand Boucle to tour Arc de Triomphe
Tour de France organisers on Tuesday revealed they have obtained permission from the Paris police chief to round the Arc de Triomphe in 2014. Read full article
Tour to start with time-trial in 2015
Tour de France organisers Amaury Sports Organisation (ASO) revealed on Thursday that the opening stage of the Tour de France in 2015 will be an individual time-trial. Read full article
UCI head planned Tour doping cover-up
Lance Armstrong claims former UCI president Hein Verbuggen instigated a cover-up of his doping at the 1999 Tour de France. Read full article
2015 TdF to start in Dutch city
The 2015 Tour de France will start in the historic Dutch city of Utrecht, the city said on Friday. Read full article
Froome thrilled by Tour route
Reigning champion Chris Froome said he was delighted by the 2014 Tour de France route, despite it seemingly favouring pure climbers. Read full article
2014 Tour de France has a bit of everything
The 2014 Tour de France will rattle over bone-jarring cobblestones, pay homage to World War I battlefields, climb unfamiliar mountains in the east of France and have only one time trial. Read full article
Evans 'unlikely' to ride 2014 TdF
Former Tour de France champion Cadel Evans said he is unlikely to compete at the 2014 edition of the race as he concentrates on targetting a win in the Giro d'Italia. Read full article
Wiggins 'almost quit 2012 Tour' - Yates
Tour de France 2012 champion Bradley Wiggins almost withdrew from the race in a row over Chris Froome, former Team Sky general manager Sean Yates said in extracts from his new book published on Thursday. Read full article
UCI reports no doping cases from TdF
No riders tested positive for doping at the Tour de France, the International Cycling Union said on Tuesday, after the complete analysis of 622 samples. Read full article
'Lance should get Tour wins reinstated'
Lance Armstrong should have his seven Tour de France victories reinstated due to the prevalence of doping at the time, according to former cyclist Jan Ullrich. Read full article
UK grants £10m for 2014 Tour start
The British government says it will provide 10 million pounds ($15 million), almost half the expected cost, for the start of the 2014 Tour de France. Read full article
Mundane doping revelations a shock to no-one
When the names of the cyclists whose retroactively tested blood samples had come up positive for EPO became known, there was a palpable and collective sense of nothing new. Read full article
O'Grady admits doping in '98 Tour
Only a day after retiring from professional cycling, Stuart O'Grady admitted to using a blood-booster during the scandal-plagued 1998 Tour de France. Read full article
Wiggins could challenge Froome - Hoy
Chris Hoy believes Bradley Wiggins could take on his successor as Tour de France champion, Chris Froome, in next year's race but only if he can stand another 12 months of hard training. Read full article
‘Strict testing means cycling cleanest sport’
Stringent drug testing means cycling is now probably the cleanest sport, Tour de France champion Chris Froome said on Monday. Read full article
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