News25 Jul 2014

Vincenzo Nibali wins on Hautacam

Vincenzo Nibali proved his superiority by winning the 18th stage of the Tour de France after an attack on the slopes of the Hautacam.

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THURSDAY 24 JULY 2014

News24 Jul 2014

Preview: Tour de France Stage 18

If you're a climber, today is Last Chance Saloon. Really.

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News24 Jul 2014

Nibali: I'm not giving everything because I don't have to

Vincenzo Nibali is winning the Tour de France so easily that the Italian admitted he is actually riding within himself.

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News24 Jul 2014

Albasini claims Reza clash was not racist

Orica-GreenEDGE rider Michael Albasini has moved to quash any allegations of racism at the Tour de France by claiming an altercation between him and Europcar’s Kevin Reza during Stage 16 of the race was nothing more than a "misunderstanding".

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News24 Jul 2014

Battle for polka dot jersey to erupt on Hautacam

With one mountain stage remaining in this year's Tour de France, the battle for the King of the Mountain jersey is set to erupt on the slopes of Hautacam.

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News24 Jul 2014

Aussie Watch: Stage 17

Stage 17 of the Tour de France handed out additional challenges to Luke Durbridge and Zak Dempster, compounding the difficulty of one of the toughest days of the race so far.

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News24 Jul 2014

Pinot hoping for better day

Thibaut Pinot said he was hoping for a better day on Thursday when the Tour de France scales the behemoths of the Tourmalet and Hautacam Pyrenean mountains.

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News24 Jul 2014

Majka conquers another Tour de France mountain

Crafty and methodical riding by Tinkoff-Saxo’s Rafal Majka saw him claim a second Tour de France stage victory and tighten his grip on the mountains classification.

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WEDNESDAY 23 JULY 2014

News23 Jul 2014

Slow recovery pushes Contador out of Vuelta

Spanish rider Alberto Contador, who crashed out of the Tour de France last week, on Wednesday ruled out competing in next month's Vuelta a Espana.

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News23 Jul 2014

Amy's Otway Classic set for Great Ocean ride

As the world celebrates international Women's Cycling Week, The Amy Gillett Foundation and Cycling Australia today launched the inaugural Amy's Otway Classic, the sixth event on the Subaru National Road Series calendar.

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News23 Jul 2014

Preview: Tour de France Stage 17

In twenty-four hours, from the longest day of the Tour to the shortest. But quite possibly, also the hardest.

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News23 Jul 2014

Guest blog: The greatest performance enhancer is...

Former Olympic and professional team-mate Scott McGrory defines the ingredient that has been missing until now in Michael Rogers.

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News23 Jul 2014

Van Garderen hoping to bounce back after tough day

Tejay van Garderen couldn't keep pace with his rivals on Stage 16 of the Tour de France, slipping down the general classification and further away from the podium.

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News23 Jul 2014

Aussie Watch: Stage 16

Tuesday 22 July will be etched in Michael Rogers's memory forever as the day his childhood dream came true, with the Australian winning Stage 16 of the Tour de France.

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News23 Jul 2014

Pinot strikes blow to Bardet in young-gun battle

Thibaut Pinot struck the first significant blow to his best young rider rival Romain Bardet as the Tour de France reached the Pyrenees on Tuesday.

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