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Cycling | Tour de France

Cav primed for wind and rain challenges
Two years since his last stage victory at the Tour de France, Mark Cavendish was set to start Sunday's second stage to Zeland as favourite to win the dash to the line. Read full article
Dennis relieved at career highlight
Rohan Dennis became only the seventh Australian to wear the Tour de France yellow jersey after winning the 2015 edition's opening stage on Saturday. Read full article
Pinot makes early impression on Tour
Often cited by defending champion Vincenzo Nibali as a rider to watch on the Tour de France, Thibaut Pinot made an early impact by beating all the pre-race favourites in the opening time trial on Saturday. Read full article
Dennis wins Tour opening stage
Australia's Rohan Dennis will wear the first yellow jersey of the 2015 Tour de France after winning the opening stage timetrial in Utrecht on Saturday. Read full article
Eritrean commissioner hails historic day
Eritrea's commissioner of culture and sports on Saturday hailed the historic participation of two riders from his country in the Tour de France. Read full article
Boom to start Tour despite low cortisol levels
Dutchman Lars Boom will start Saturday's first stage of the Tour de France despite showing low levels of cortisol in a test on the eve of the race, his Astana team manager said. Read full article
Orica target stage wins not yellow
Australians Orica-GreenEdge have a very clear plan for the Tour de France and it doesn't involve trying to get their hands on the yellow jersey. Read full article
Eritrean pair making history on Tour debut
A year after Ji Cheng captivated Tour de France fans it is the turn for Merhawi Kudus and Daniel Teklehaimanot to take their own place in the history books. Read full article
Astana plunged into controversy again
The Astana team were plunged into controversy again when Dutch rider Lars Boom faced being thrown out of the Tour de France because of low Cortisol levels on the eve of the start. Read full article
Froome more relaxed now he's not champ
Chris Froome said he was feeling more relaxed ahead of the Tour de France this year than he was 12 months ago as defending champion. Read full article
Bouhanni confirms Tour start
French sprint ace Nacer Bouhanni confirmed on Friday he would be starting the Tour de France in Utrecht on Saturday. Read full article
Froome behind Tour rivals - Quintana
Nairo Quintana said 2013 Tour de France champion Chris Froome is behind his main rivals in the race for this year's victory. Read full article
Nibali in fine shape to defend Tour title
Vincenzo Nibali has had a stressful season, but the Italian champion believes he is in fine shape to defend his Tour de France title. Read full article
Cavendish ready to bulk up with more stage wins
Mark Cavendish's daughter thinks he looks skinny but the Manx Missile will be hoping to bulk up on Tour de France stage wins when the 102nd edition of the race begins on Saturday. Read full article
Africans ready to embellish Tour landscape
When five African cyclists stood on a podium in Amsterdam's Rijksmuseum in front of Rembrandt's masterpiece The Night Watch this week Douglas Ryder probably pinched himself. Read full article
Cancellara faces tough Tour challenge
Veteran Fabian Cancellara will have his work cut out if he is to begin his 10th Tour de France in yellow following Saturday's 13.8km timetrial. Read full article
Contador wants to do the double
Alberto Contador said it is the prospect of completing a Giro d'Italia-Tour de France double which is motivating him rather than simply winning a third Grand Boucle. Read full article
Degenkolb ready to take responsibility
Paris-Roubaix winner John Degenkolb claims he is feeling no more pressure ahead of the Tour de France now that his Giant-Alpecin team have dropped sprint king Marcel Kittel. Read full article
Giant play down Kittel departure fears
German team Giant-Alpecin insist star sprinter Marcel Kittel will still be with them next year despite his disappointment at missing the Tour de France. Read full article
Alpecin drop slogan during Tour
Alpecin, sponsors of German cycling team Giant-Alpecin, announced on Tuesday they will drop their advertising slogan "doping for the hair" for the duration of the Tour de France, which starts on Saturday. Read full article
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