Belkin Procycling's Lars Boom of Netherlands crosses the finish line. (Yoan Valat/EPA) Everybody knew the fifth stage of this year's Tour de France was going to be dangerous. After all, the tour's sports directorThierry Gouvenou did deem it the ... Washington Post, 3 weeks ago
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Kittel's late burst gives him stage win as France tastes double podium success PARIS: Vincenzo Nibali became the first Italian to win the Tour de France since the late Marco Pantani on Sunday, dominating his rivals on all terrains as his main rivals ...Gulf News, 3 days ago Nibali emulates Pantani as Tour winner Gulf News, 3 days ago
Only an accident or illness can prevent the Sicilian from winning on Sunday Maubourguet, France: Vincenzo Nibali insisted his dominance at this year's Tour de France could be easily explained as the Italian closed in on overall victory. Only ...Gulf News, 5 days ago Nibali defends Tour dominance as victory looms Gulf News, 5 days ago
Frenchman beats Romain Bardet to twin honours in the Pyrenees Bagneres-de-Luchon: Thibaut Pinot struck the first significant blow to his best young rider rival Romain Bardet as the Tour de France reached the Pyrenees on Tuesday. Bardet had started ...Gulf News, 1 week ago Pinot strikes blow to Bardet in young-gun battle Gulf News, 1 week ago
Italian won his third stage of the Tour de France in the Alps Grenoble, France: Vincenzo Nibali's Tour de France rivals now know who the boss is, according to the Italian's Astana team manager, Alexander Vinokourov. Nibali won his third stage of ...Gulf News, 1 week ago Vincenzo Nibali has put peloton in place, says Alexander Vinokourov Gulf News, 1 week ago Tour de France 2014: teams and riders ACQ Magazine, 1 month ago
Slovakian philosophical despite another second-place finish Saint-Etienne, France: Peter Sagan finished second for the fourth time at this Tour de France as Alexander Kristoff won Thursday's 12th stage. Sagan now has seven top four finishes and has ...Gulf News, 1 week ago Kristoff takes Tour stage Gulf News, 1 week ago
Ex-champions say shamed American should get his seven Tour de France titles back Paris: Lance Armstrong should be handed back his seven Tour de France titles, according to 12 of the 25 surviving winners of cycling's biggest race. As this year's ...Gulf News, 1 week ago Many winners want Lance Armstrong's record to stand Gulf News, 1 week ago
A number of cycling's premier stars have been forced out of the contest with the likes of Chris Froome and Mark Cavendish now out The Tour de France is one of sport's most brutal challenges at the best of times. But this year seems to be ...Irish Mirror, 2 weeks ago
Italian wins the seventh stage, as Slovakian beaten by barely an inch Nancy, France: For the third time already at this Tour de France, Peter Sagan was pipped at the line as Italy's Matteo Trentin won the seventh stage on Friday. Sagan could not ...Gulf News, 2 weeks ago Matteo Trentin heaps more misery on Sagan with Tour stage win Gulf News, 2 weeks ago
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