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Cycling | Tour de France

BMC bet everything on Porte for TdF
BMC have built their 2017 Tour de France team around Richie Porte, with the aim of putting the Australian on the final podium, their director Fabio Baldato said on Thursday. Read full article
Sky name formidable line-up for TdF
Chris Froome will have the benefit of a formidable Team Sky support crew as the Briton seeks a fourth Tour de France victory next month. Read full article
Sagan, Majka lead Bora TdF ambitions
World champion and five time green jersey winner Peter Sagan and highly rated Polish climber Rafal Majka lead an ambitious Bora-Hansgrohe assault on the Tour de France. Read full article
Martin leads Katusha at Tour de France
Katusha unveiled their nine-man team for the Tour de France on Wednesday with Germany's freshly recruited Tony Martin tipped as a potential winner of the opening day July 1 time-trial in Dusseldorf. Read full article
'Quintana needs to attack more to win'
Nairo Quintana will struggle to complete his collection of Grand Tour triumphs unless he adopts a more aggressive style, three-times Tour de France winner Greg LeMond believes. Read full article
'Restricting radios would make Tour more exciting'
Three-times Tour de France winner Greg LeMond believes the use of team radios should be restricted to make the three-week race more unpredictable. Read full article
Tour stage to start, finish in Velodrome
Chris Froome will have the chance to seal a fourth Tour de France victory in Marseille's Stade Velodrome in July, organisers announced on Thursday. Read full article
Froome rules out Quintana as main Tour rival
Chris Froome's biggest rival has turned his attention back to the Tour de France but the three-time champion does not regard Colombia's Nairo Quintana as his most dangerous threat. Read full article
2019 TdF to start from Brussels
The 2019 Tour de France 2019 will start in Brussels in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the first of Eddy Merckx's five victories, organisers said on Tuesday. Read full article
French hope Alaphilippe to miss TdF
French hope Julian Alaphilippe has been ruled out of the Tour de France because of a knee injury, his Quick Step-Floors team said on Wednesday. Read full article
Wheels in motion for TdF Chinese revolution
Selling the world's most famous cycle race to a country where an estimated 450 million people own a bike hardly sounds like a revolutionary concept. Read full article
Island start for 2018 Tour de France
Next year's Tour de France will begin on an island in the Vendee department in the Loire region on the west coast, organisers ASO revealed on Tuesday. Read full article
Final four teams get Tour de France nod
Four second division cycling teams -- France's outfits Cofidis, Direct Energie and Fortuneo, and Belgian outfit Wanty -- were on Thursday handed invitations to this summer's Tour de France. Read full article
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
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