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Tour De France
Chris Froome Wins Tour de France, Again
The most unpredictable Tour in a decade ends in the most predictable way.
An Upset Is Brewing in the Tour de France
The favorite lost the yellow jersey, and things are getting interesting.
Former Tour de France Champ Accuses Cyclists of Using Tiny Motors on Bikes
The International Cycling Union says they’ve checked for them at the Tour de France and haven’t found them.
Selfies Are Ruining the Tour de France
The “latest pain in the ass,” according to riders.
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Women Will Race Part of Le Tour de France for the First Time This Year
Le Tour de France will host a separate women’s race.
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Handing Out Superlatives From the 100th Tour de France
Everything that made this year’s race so memorable.
Tour de France: Why a Changing of the Guard Is Exactly What Cycling Needs
Maybe the sport does have a chance to come out from under the dark cloud of the doping era.
Tour de France: Sucks to Be Tom Veelers
He has a pretty thankless job, even without any scary crashes.
What Happens When Teamwork Falls Apart at the Tour de France
Chris Froome crushed the competition in Saturday’s Stage 8, then nearly lost it all.
More Bad News for Lance Armstrong After Oprah Confession
Investigators say he lied; company sues him for $12 million.
Lance Armstrong Has a Brand New Scandal to Talk About With Oprah
But we’re all tuning in to hear if he admits to doping.
Lance Armstrong May Confess to Doping
Though he could face perjury charges if he does.
Feds’ Inquiry Into Lance Armstrong Doping Allegations Broadens
Fellow riders are questioned.
Lance Armstrong Only Allowed Scones a Bit Longer
The Tour de France legend talks to us about his rides around New York.
With Tour de France Over, Spoke-Slapping Starts Between Contador and Armstrong
Hey, pistolero. There is no ‘I’ in team.”