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Ramunas Navardauskas won the 19th stage of the Tour de France and then admitted he wasn't even supposed to be there.
Bradley Wiggins is turning his back on 'cut-throat' road racing and has ruled out competing in any more grand tours.
Vincenzo Nibali has once again showed his teeth to stamp his authority on the Tour de France and is now cruising towards his maiden title in the race.
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Two of the nine cobbled sections on Wednesday’s Tour de France fifth stage have been cut due to safety concerns.
The Tour de France’s sixth stage will commemorate three winners of the race who died during the Great War.
Marcel Kittel continued his incredible domination of the sprint finishes by claiming his third stage out of four at the Tour de France.
Tour de France contender Alejandro Valverde said there were no easy stages on the world's greatest bicycle race.
Former Tour de France winner Andy Schleck pulled out of the race ahead of the fourth stage because of an injured knee.
Chris Froome crashed during the fourth stage of the Tour de France, sustaining bruises and a possible wrist injury.
Chris Froome has an advantage over his rivals going into the Tour de France’s cobblestone stage, says Gilbert Duclos-Lassalle.
Marcel Kittel and Andre Greipel will be relishing the third stage of the Tour de France, which is expected to finish in a bunch dash.
Mark Cavendish has been ruled out of the Tour de France after his horror crash in Saturday's first stage of the race.
British sprint ace Mark Cavendish was taken to hospital after crashing during the opening stage of the Tour de France.
German Marcel Kittel won the opening stage of the Tour de France in Harrogate.
Team Sky were aiming to keep reigning champion Chris Froome out of trouble as the Tour de France began in Leeds.
Prince William, his wife Catherine and Prince Harry took part in a royal opening ceremony in Leeds before the 2014 Tour de France began.
International Cycling Union (UCI) president Brian Cookson has vowed to close a potential doping loophole that could be exploited by would-be cheats.
Tour de France contender Alberto Contador admitted he was surprised at how tough Sunday's second stage around Yorkshire appears.
Defending Tour de France champion Chris Froome is feeling the pressure ahead of the start of the biggest cycle race on the planet.
Start city Leeds and Yorkshire in general are gripped by Tour de France fever, according to reigning champ Chris Froome.
SA cycling star Daryl Impey is out of this year's Tour de France after testing positive for a banned drug.
Daryl Impey, who wore the yellow jersey on 2013’s Tour de France, has failed an anti-doping test.
The number of former Tour champs lining up for the Leeds start shows how their fortunes can change so quickly.
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