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Cycling | Tour de France

Nibali goes in for the kill
Nicknamed the 'Shark of Messina', Vincenzo Nibali once again showed his teeth to stamp his authority on the Tour de France and is now cruising towards his maiden title in the race. Read full article
Nibali all but seals Tour victory
Vincenzo Nibali proved once again he has no serious rivals in the Tour de France when he powered to victory in the final mountain stage on Thursday, all but securing his maiden title in impressive fashion. Read full article
TdF riders brace for arduous climb
Riders have set out on Stage 18 of the Tour de France, which reaches its final day of mountain racing with the yellow jersey securely on the shoulders of Italy's Vincenzo Nibali. Read full article
Nibali says he's riding within himself
Vincenzo Nibali is winning the Tour de France so easily that the Italian admitted he is actually riding within himself. Read full article
Peraud has a podium finish in sight
With the focus on the podium battle between youngsters Romain Bardet and Thibaut Pinot in the Tour de France, another Frenchman, veteran Jean-Christophe Peraud, blossomed late. Read full article
Pinot hoping for better day
Thibaut Pinot said he was hoping for a better day on Thursday when the Tour de France scales the behemoths of the Tourmalet and Hautacam Pyrenean mountains. Read full article
Majka wins, Nibali gains more ground
Poland's Rafal Majka took a big step towards winning the Tour de France polka dot jersey when he took a solo route to the stage victory on Wednesday as Italian Vincenzo Nibali strengthened his grip on the race. Read full article
Gerrans pulls out of Tour de France
Australian champion Simon Gerrans did not start the 17th stage of the Tour de France on Wednesday. Read full article
Demise rumours exaggerated - Nibali
Tour de France leader Vincenzo Nibali played down suggestions he had finally cracked ahead of Wednesday's fearsome 17th stage in the Pyrenees. Read full article
Rodgers gains redemption in belated success
Michael Rogers finally won a Tour de France stage after 10 years of trying and with it came redemption for the Australian. Read full article
Pinot strikes blow to Bardet in young-gun battle
Romain Bardet had promised to "blow up the race", but it was Thibaut Pinot who set off the fireworks on the ascent to the Port de Bales on Tuesday's 16th stage of the Tour de France. Read full article
Bardet, Van Garderen suffer; Rogers wins
Frenchman Romain Bardet and American Tejay van Garderen's Tour de France podium hopes suffered a major blow on Tuesday when they lost considerable ground in the 16th stage won by Australian Michael Rogers. Read full article
Tour heads to Pyrenees in stage 16
Vincenzo Nibali is in the yellow jersey as the Tour de France peloton set off on the longest stage, into the Pyrenees. Read full article
World champion withdraws from Tour
World champion Rui Costa of Portugal withdrew from the Tour de France on Tuesday due to pneumonia, his Lampre-Merida team said in a statement. Read full article
Pinot plays down Bardet rivalry
Thibaut Pinot has played down an all-French rivalry with fellow youngster Romain Bardet by saying his compatriot is not his biggest threat for a rare home podium finish on the Tour de France. Read full article
Valverde waits for Tour leader's 'bad day'
Veteran Spanish rider Alejandro Valverde vowed on Monday not to give up hope of winning the Tour de France despite Vincenzo Nibali's commanding lead. Read full article
Van Garderen eyes Tour win in 2015
American Tejay Van Garderen believes he can win the Tour de France but admits he will have to wait at least another year. Read full article
Nibali insists he's learnt from past mistakes
Vincenzo Nibali says he is a more mature rider than he was the last couple of years and insists he is well placed to secure a first Tour de France success. Read full article
Bauer's Tour dream ends in tears
It all ended in tears for Garmin-Sharp domestique Jack Bauer after his chance of realising a boyhood dream and winning a Tour de France stage was snatched away from him in the final 50 metres. Read full article
Kristoff wins again as Bauer flops
Norway's Alexander Kristoff claimed his second Tour de France victory when he won a bunch sprint to take Sunday's 15th stage after the peloton reined in the day's breakaway in the final straight. Read full article
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