Russian Pavel Sivakov, the 20-year-old winner of the amateur Giro d'Italia, will join Team Sky in 2018, sources close to the deal have told Cycling Weekly.
Chris Froome's win in the 2017 Tour de France, sealed on stage 20, is the best of the Brit's four titles, according to Team Sky boss Dave Brailsford.
Spanish climber Mikel Nieve is rumoured to be signing for Orica-Scott after the Tour de France
Team Sky will use the same skinsuits as they used and proved controversial on stage one of the Tour de France in Düsseldorf
Fellow riders and team managers at the Tour say Chris Froome is surely set for a fourth yellow jersey in Paris on Sunday
“It was quite fun to attack and race aggressively as opposed to defensively while controlling the break”
Team Sky principal Dave Brailsford says that Italian contender Fabio Aru will have to launch a long-range attack on the final mountains stage to overhaul Chris Froome
Tour de France leader Chris Froome says that he agreed to work with GC rival Romain Bardet to distance other riders, including Fabio Aru, in the Alps
Welshman Geraint Thomas posts photo of himself on a turbo trainer at home after a collarbone fracture saw him exit the Tour de France early
Stories surfaced in the Colombian press on Wednesday linking the Colombian to Sky or Astana
Defending Tour de France champion Chris Froome says much of the race will be decided on the slopes of the Col du Galibier and the summit finish to the Col…
Dave Brailsford says that the strength of teams will be crucial in the two Alpine stages of the Tour de France, but racing could even continue to Paris.
Former world champion Michal Kwiatkowski has proved to be one of Chris Froome's most invaluable domestiques during the 2017 Tour de France
Tour de France leader Chris Froome has brushed aside any ill-will from fans, saying, "it is to be expected" when racing through Romain Bardet's homeland.
Chris Froome says that his chase to rejoin the his Tour de France rivals after a wheel problem on stage 15 was vital or else it was "game over".
Team Sky boss Dave Brailsford has said that he thinks Fabio Aru may have lost the Tour de France lead to Chris Froome on purpose on stage 14 into Rodez.
Team Sky analysed the finish of stage 13 of the 2015 Tour de France to set them up to take back the yellow jersey in Rodez on Saturday.
Chris Froome said that he never expected to take 24 seconds off Fabio Aru on stage 14 of the Tour de France.
Fabio Aru loses time in hilly stage finale to relinquish Tour de France race lead to Chris Froome
With two riders in the top five of the Tour de France general classification, Team Sky are in a stronger position than rivals – what tactics could they employ?
Team Sky’s Dave Brailsford admits the team has enjoyed not having the yellow jersey at the Tour de France as trying to win it back is a “bit more fun”.…
After two tough days, Chris Froome is the Team Sky "boss" according to Mikel Landa, who "has the legs, but not the medals of honour" at the Tour de France.
Chris Froome tips team-mate Mikel Landa as "a real threat" for the Tour de France's overall fight after the dust settled on the Pyrenean stages 12 and 13.
The loyalty of Team Sky domestique Mikel Landa came into question after he left leader Chris Froome behind on stage 12 of the Tour de France to Peyragudes.
Comment: Stage 12's switch of race leader to Fabio Aru will mean Team Sky need to ride more aggressively in the next mountain stages to win the Tour