Road/News26 Jul 2014

Preview: Tour de France Stage 20

The race of truth doth not lie. Unless one is doped, you will not find an unworthy victor.

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Road/News26 Jul 2014

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.

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Road/News26 Jul 2014

The aerodynamics of a Tour de France time trial

As the Tour de France approaches its final days, teams will be looking to place their top riders in the best possible position for the all-important individual time trial in the penultimate stage, where the winner of the Tour is determined.

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Road/News26 Jul 2014

La Course preview with Sarah Roy

Australian Criterium Champion Sarah Roy talks with Cycling Central about the significance of La Course, the women's race that will be held in conjunction with the final stage of the Tour de France on Sunday.

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Road/News26 Jul 2014

Champs-Elysees last chance saloon for Sagan

A crash before the finish line in Stage 19 left Peter Sagan empty-handed once again. Only one chance remains for the Slovak to win a stage in the 2014 Tour de France.

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Road/News26 Jul 2014

Aussie Watch: Stage 19

A strong performance in Stage 19 of the Tour de France saw Mark Renshaw finish fourth.

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Road/News26 Jul 2014

Millar's Tour loss is Navardauskas's gain

Ramunas Navardauskas won the 19th stage of the Tour de France on Friday and then admitted he wasn't even supposed to be there.

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Track/News26 Jul 2014

Bobridge master of the pursuit at Commonwealth Games

Australia added five medals to its track cycling haul on the second day on the velodrome at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.

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FRIDAY 25 JULY 2014

Road/News25 Jul 2014

Navardauskas wins one for Garmin-Sharp

Ramunas Navardauskas claimed an opportunistic Tour de France stage victory on the 208.5km run from Maubourguet Pays du Val d'Adour to Bergerac.

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Road/News25 Jul 2014

Preview: Tour de France Stage 19

Sprint or break. There are only two outcomes today. Simple.

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Road/News25 Jul 2014

Vayer: If Froome & Contador were here, it could have been messy

Outspoken French cycling coach Antoine Vayer has said that according to his calculations, the power numbers at this year's Tour de France are back in the 'human' range.

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Road/News25 Jul 2014

Pinot aiming for white jersey-podium double

Thibaut Pinot said he was still aiming to win the white jersey and claim a spot on the podium when the Tour de France ends in Paris on Sunday.

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Track/News25 Jul 2014

Wiggins's Grand Tour days over as he targets Rio Olympic gold

Bradley Wiggins has set his sights on claiming gold at the Rio Olympics in 2016 after losing out to Australia in the final of the men's team pursuit at the Commonwealth Games.

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Road/News25 Jul 2014

Nibali defends Tour dominance as victory looms

Vincenzo Nibali insisted his dominance at this year's Tour de France could be easily explained as the Italian closed in on overall victory.

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Road/News25 Jul 2014

Aussie Watch: Stage 18

Having conquered the final mountain stage of the Tour de France the Australian riders have just three stages remaining until they can drink champagne in Paris.

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