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Christopher FROOME
Christopher
FROOME
Peter SAGAN
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Rafal MAJKA
Rafal
MAJKA
Adam YATES
Adam
YATES
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Sky, Froome and their extra edge

What is it that gives Chris Froome and Team Sky that extra edge in the biggest race of the season?
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Andre Greipel turned his winless 2016 Tour de France on its head to power home on the Champs-Élysées ahead of Peter Sagan (Tinkoff) and Alexander Kristoff ...
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Chloe Hosking (Wiggle-High5) became just the third Australian to win on the Champs-Elysses in history when she claimed victory in the 2016 La Course by Le Tour de...
For the remaining 175 riders of this 103rd edition of La Grande Boucle, la tour Eiffel is now in sight, their journey just 113 kilometres from completion. One...
As La Course by Le Tour de France enters its third year, it will be high-stakes racing as riders take advantage of a global spotlight on women’s cycling.
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Opinions

Comment and analysis from Cycling Central's panel of experts

In the last few days of the Tour, Richie Porte (BMC) is riding his way up the leaderboard like someone clearly deserving of a podium finish in Paris, writes Kath...

En attendant Nairo

After Stage 17, Movistar's Nairo Quintana was left to rationalise his performance, one where where expectations were as lofty as his favoured mountain territory.
It's time for Richie Porte to throw caution to the wind and go on the offensive - even if it costs him a podium spot, argues Kevin Eddy.
In a race that has already seen the drama, comedy and unexpected turns worthy of an epic piece of theatre, last night's stage saw an element of farce thrown into...
No one has questioned Richie Porte’s physical aptitude to win a Grand Tour but his mental ability stands as a topic of table discussion, writes Sophie Smith.
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