Photo: Some riders use altitude-simulation tents to get an edge. Others go to the pharmacological dark side. (Toodles to you, Frank Schleck, the RadioShack Nissan Trek rider who withdrew from the Tour yesterday after an "adverse analytical finding" ... SI.com, 3 days ago
All hail the God of Thunder. Following an audacious surprise attack at the base of one of the most legendary climbs in the Tour de France, Thor Hushovd of team Garmin-Cervelo outdueled a pair of disappointed Frenchmen to snatch victory in Friday's ...SI.com, 3 days ago
Photo: Pierre Rolland took a spill during stage 11, but attacked repeatedly to claim his second stage win in the Alps in two years. An extremely cool moment at the finish line of the Tour de France's stage 11: As rising star Pierre Rolland ...SI.com, 3 days ago
Strange sight a mile and half from the summit of the serrated, forbidding Col du Galibier: As Andy Schleck of team Leopard-Trek closed in on victory on Stage 18, the most difficult day of this three-week race, a middle-aged man popped through the ...SI.com, 3 days ago Contador carries Andy Schleck atop Tour, but not out of Evans' sight SI.com, 3 days ago
Bradley Wiggins is taking advantage of not holding the yellow jersey early on, conserving his and his team's energy.
Photo: Really, Peter Sagan? Is it that easy? Today's Stage 3 into Boulogne-sur-Mer on the English Channel ended in a subtly sadistic fashion, with four short, sharp, kick-in-the-teeth climbs squished into the final 30 kilometers. The last of those ...SI.com, 3 days ago
Judging by his celebration at the finish line on Saturday -- a sort of modified Tiger fist pump before returning his hand to the bar -- Brad Wiggins was happier to see his teammate win the stage than he was to take the overall lead in the race. ...SI.com, 3 days ago
If the allegations made by Floyd Landis and Tyler Hamilton and the ongoing federal investigation of Lance Armstrong have soured you on cycling; if the still-unresolved positive drug test of Alberto Contador has stomped on your velo-buzz, guess what? ...SI.com, 3 days ago
Doping-scandal tainted Astana must wait another week to find out whether the International Cycling Union (UCI) will grant them a World Tour licence for next season. The UCI issued a statement on Thursday in which it confirmed that licences had ...Northern Territory Government, 2 weeks ago UCI delays decision on Astana World Tour cycling licence WA Today, 2 weeks ago
A Dutch cyclist has received compensation for the collision with a TV car during the 2011 Tour de France that left him tangled in barbed wire. Johnny Hoogerland was paid an undisclosed amount by the insurance company representing France 2, whose ...Nine MSN, 1 month ago
Tours, France: Belgian Jelle Wallays was a surprise winner of the historic Paris-Tours one-day classic on Sunday ahead of escape companion Thomas Voeckler. The 25-year-old pipped the former Tour de France yellow jersey wearer in a two-up sprint finish to add ...Zee News, 2 months ago
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