The key moments in Geraint Thomas’s Tour victory, from last winter to the final TT
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Irishman Dan Martin aimed to chase Quintana in the final kilometre but altitude damaged his hopes
In the Col de Portet, the Tour de France has unearthed a stunning climb that’s set for legendary status. Peter Cossins headed to the Pyrenees to ride it before the…
Simon Yates certainly made an impression at the 2018 Giro d'Italia, but brother Adam has taken a very different path as he aims for the Tour de France podium
WADA’s director of science defends anti-doping process in wake of Froome verdict
Leading the Critérium du Dauphiné with two stages to go, Geraint Thomas' pre-Tour form suggests he’s on the right path to start race as Sky’s co-leader.
“I’m not going to lie, it’s been very enjoyable” British climber says of his debut season with Quick-Step
Chris Froome may have been welcomed with open arms by the Italian tifosi, but he will get a much colder reception by French fans at the Tour de France.
Resident Peter Cossins shares insider tips to making the most of the climber's playground
Away from the headlines about Team Sky and Bradley Wiggins the DCMS report highlights the woeful lack of funding for anti-doping organisations.
It may lack history, but the Italian one-day race is serving up some of the most spectacular racing all season
More than three quarters of AAVs have resulted in bans, with every salbutamol AAF recorded in the last three years has resulted in a doping violation.
The precociously talented Egan Bernal is already showing he could be destined for great things
Comment: Il Corriere’s claim that Chris Froome wants to negotiate a backdated ban adds to the confusion over his salbutamol case
Only minor tweaks to the Ardennes Classics in 2018, but Liège should benefit from the return to a flat finish next season
Reports from France say that Chris Froome is set to argue that his adverse analytical finding for salbutamol was caused by a kidney malfunction.
Two prominent investigating magistrates in France have reportedly looking into an alleged conspiracy involving "very notable riders" to use motors in bikes.
Chris Froome's abnormal test comes after a year of turmoil for the British team, with both the rider and the team denying wrongdoing
French director believes the move will be counter-productive
Cyril Fontayne bagged €500 in prizes at five races in a month using bike with hidden motor
Noticing he was under surveillance, the rider attempted to evade officials wanting to question him
A 43-year-old amateur rider has reportedly been caught using a motor in an amateur race in the Dordogne region of south-west France.
Stephen Roche’s 1987 World Championship victory that completed the Triple Crown was a shock to many that knew him best
How does Chris Froome compare with cycling’s greats after his most successful season yet?
Froome has paralleled the feats of many of the past greats of cycling with an historic Tour de France, Vuelta a España double win