Froome takes out Tour de France
Britain's Chris Froome has been crowned champion of the 100th edition of the Tour de France after the final stage of the great race in Paris.
TDF: Froome consolidates as Frenchman wins stage 18
A local winner has finally emerged in this year's Tour de France with Christophe Riblon taking out stage 18 after two ascents of the Alpe d'Huez.
TDF: Riblon claims stage 18 for the French
In the Tour de France, Christophe Riblon has become the first Frenchman to bag a stage win at this year's race, triumphing on the Alpe d'Huez after a long chase to the top.
TDF: Froome tightens grip on yellow jersey
Britain's Chris Froome has tightened his grip on the Tour de France yellow jersey after winning the 17th stage time trial.
Froome survives attacks and fall
The 16th stage of the Tour de France has seen Portugal's Rui Costa break through for his second career stage win by a comfortable margin, but as he was doing so, the Tour's overall leader and a key rival were enduring an uncomfortable descent into...
Costa's sweet win in 16th stage
Portugal's Rui Costa has streaked ahead in a strong solo ride to win the 16th stage of the Tour de France.
Froome dominates iconic climb
Team Sky's Kenyan born Briton, Chris Froome, has taken a strangle hold over the Tour de France with a forceful display in its 15th stage.
Froome stands tall on Mont Ventoux
The challengers to Chris Froome's overall leadership of the Tour de France have fallen away under the pressure of a dominant display by the Briton on the iconic 21-kilometre climb up Mont Ventoux.
German sprinter beats Cavendish at own game
Sprint finishes at the Tour de France have been dominated in recent years by Britain's Mark Cavendish, after all, he's won 24 stages during his career, but in this year's race, a young German is threatening his superiority. ...
Kittel's triple Tour treat
German sprinter Marcel Kittel has confirmed himself as the world's next big thing in road cycling with a third stage win at the Tour de France.
Time trial honours for Martin
As brave sporting victories go, this was one of them.
Injury no barrier to Martin's stage win
World individual time trial champion, German Tony Martin, has stamped his authority on the discipline by winning the event in stage 11 at the Tour de France.
Kittel emerges ahead of Tour pack
In a crash-marred sprint finish in Saint-Malo, Germany's Marcel Kittel has outlasted his higher profile rivals to win his second stage of this year's Tour de France.
Kittel outclasses sprint rivals
German sprinter Marcel Kittel has outshone a number of more fancied rivals to win a sprint finish to stage 10 of the Tour de France.
Sky reaches its limit on Tour
In one of the Tour de France's toughest days, an Irishman has outlasted all comers to win the 168-point-five kilometre ninth stage after surviving on a breakaway through the Pyrenees mountains.
Martin makes Tour breakaway pay
What a day before had seemed like an unassailable lead in the Tour de France for Briton Chris Froome has been challenged during the ninth stage.
Impey wins Africa's first Tour lead
An African holds the overall leader's yellow jersey after stage six at the Tour de France.
Gerrans hands Impey Tour lead
The Yellow jersey for the overall leader of the Tour de France is no longer held by Australia's Simon Gerrans, but it has stayed within his Orica GreenEDGE team.
Cavendish dominates sprint finish in Tour
Britain's champion sprinter Mark Cavendish has won stage five of the Tour de France.
Australian into Tour de France lead
The Australian Orica GreenEDGE team has followed up its first ever Tour de France stage win with a second in the very next stage.
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