The gold rush starts here: rowers Helen Glover (left) and Heather Stanning won Great Britain’s first gold of London 2012 (Picture: Getty) Bradley Wiggins – cycling time trial Having conquered the streets of Paris in the Tour de France, Bradley Wiggins.
Chris Froome back in the Tour de France yellow jersey as Michael Matthews wins stage 14 in Rodez Daily Mail.
Gruesome crashes. Thrilling photo-finishes. Copious amounts of sweat, tears and blood spilled. Broken collarbones. Deliberate elbows to rivals. Expelled world champions. This year's Tour de France has already seen more drama than anyone could have .
2017 Vuelta a España contenders preview: who can stop Froome from winning the double? Canadian Cycling Magazine (blog.
Riding through the mountains for a week – whether at an amateur event like the Haute Route or just with your friends – can be a life-affirming experience, for some it may even be life-changing. There will be times, though, when you will need to dig.
Italian champion Fabio Aru signs on prior to stage 2 start at 2017 Tour de France . Photo: Tim De Waele | TDWsport.com. LIÈGE, Belgium (VN) — Fabio Aru, the only grand tour winner on the market for 2018, remains undecided on his future with team Astana.
A shortage of time trial kilometers could have worked against Tom Dumoulin in the Tour de France next month. Photo: Tim De Waele | TDWsport.com. FLORENCE, Italy (VN) — Tom Dumoulin (Sunweb), winner of the Giro d'Italia in May, says he is happy to .
Moments after coming off stage, the scriptwriting ... against NHS cuts. Earlier, Tour de France winner Bradley Wiggins rang the giant bell which marked the start of the opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games. Wearing a yellow jersey Wiggins.
The Frenchman Pinot succeeded in scoring his first career Giro stage win in stage 20. Photo: Tim De Waele | TDWsport.com. ASIAGO, Italy (AFP) — Frenchman Thibaut Pinot's impressive Giro d'Italia campaign has been “rosy,” but the FDJ team leader hasn't .
The seven mountain stages that will define the 2017 Tour de France Cyclist.
It was the moment France became aware of the Brioches La Boulangère rider's boyish face. He reveled in the Tour's yellow leader's jersey for 10 days, holding off Lance Armstrong on the course's hardest days, before finally ceding the lead in the Alps.