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Cycling | Tour de France

Froome considering skipping 2015 Tour
Chris Froome has said he may skip the 2015 Tour de France because the course, which was revealed in Paris on Wednesday, doesn't suit him. Read full article
Alpine climax for 2015 TdF
The punishing hairpin climb to the Alpe d'Huez ski station perched high in the French Alps will provide the dramatic climax for the 2015 Tour de France. Read full article
No plan for Thailand stage - organisers
Tour de France organisers say they have not discussed plans with authorities in Thailand to bring a stage of the world's most prestigious cycling race to the country. Read full article
Saxo Bank retains sponsorship of Contador's team
The Tinkoff-Saxo cycling team, led by twice Tour de France winner Alberto Contador, have received a boost with Denmark's Saxo Bank announcing it will remain a co-title sponsor for 2015. Read full article
Ji looking forward to break
Chinese rider Ji Cheng said he wants to get away from cycling for a while after completing the Tour de France on Sunday. Read full article
Nibali keeps cool head in hectic Tour
Vincenzo Nibali didn't just have to beat his opposition at the Tour de France, he also had to overcome the elements and general chaos before being crowned in Paris. Read full article
Pinot leads the way for new French generation
For the first time in 30 years France had two riders on the Tour de France overall podium on Sunday - and there could be more to come from a wave of rising talent. Read full article
Nibali keeps date with Tour destiny
Vincenzo Nibali became the first Italian to win the Tour de France since the late Marco Pantani on Sunday, dominating his rivals on all terrains as his main rivals crashed out of a superb three-week race. Read full article
Nibali set for TdF glory
Vincenzo Nibali will be able to sit back, sip champagne and pose for photos on the final day of the Tour de France on Sunday as the peloton rolls into Paris. Read full article
Improved drug testing helped me win - Nibali
Vincenzo Nibali said he would never have been in with a chance of winning the Tour de France had it not been for recent improvements in tackling doping. Read full article
'Biological passport behind Tour success'
Six years ago, Vincenzo Nibali felt he may never achieve his goal of winning a grand tour title, as the spectre of doping still loomed over cycling, which had only just begun to clean up its act. Read full article
It would've been tough to beat me - Martin
Tony Martin said he would have been tough to beat even if the best timetriallers in the world had been at the Tour de France on Saturday. Read full article
La Course is step in right direction for women
Hours before Vincenzo Nibali is crowned men's Tour de France champion on Sunday, the winner of a one-day race will be lauded, most likely Marianne Vos, the Dutch great leading the push for women's cycling. Read full article
Nibali set to win Tour, Martin wins TT
Having dominated his rivals, Vincenzo Nibali was poised to win the Tour de France as he avoided any late dramas on Saturday in the penultimate stage, a time trial from Bergerac won by Tony Martin. Read full article
Valverde upbeat as day of destiny arrives
It is now or never for the three riders battling for a podium finish behind runaway Tour de France leader Vincenzo Nibali. Read full article
Superstitious Nibali does change his shirt
Vincenzo Nibali admitted he was superstitious but said not to the point of wearing the same jersey throughout a three-week Tour. Read full article
Miller's loss is Navardauskas's gain at Tour
Ramunas Navardauskas won the 19th stage of the Tour de France on Friday and then admitted he wasn't even supposed to be there. Read full article
'We can help Wiggins on track and road'
Bradley Wiggins can stay with Team Sky and realise his 2016 Olympic ambitions on the track despite saying he is done with road racing, team principal Dave Brailsford said on Friday. Read full article
Navardauskas wins TdF 19th stage
Lithuania's Ramunas Navardauskas won the 19th stage of the Tour de France, a 208.5-km ride from Maubourguet on Friday. Read full article
Recovery the key for Valverde
Alejandro Valverde said he needs to recover quickly if he is to reclaim a place on the podium before the Tour de France ends in Paris on Sunday. Read full article
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