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Tour de France 2018: Team Sky's Gianni Moscon disqualified after hitting rider

Team Sky’s Gianni Moscon has been disqualified from the Tour de France for hitting another rider. Team Fortuneo-Samsic said Moscon had punched their rider Elie Gesbert after 800 metres of Sunday’s stage, which was won by Astana’s Magnus Cort. Last ...

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Cort sprints to stage win as Thomas stays in yellow

Magnus Cort dominated a three-man sprint to win stage 15 of the Tour de France as Geraint Thomas retained the overall lead to take the yellow jersey into the race’s final week. Denmark’s Cort broke clear with Bauke Mollema and ...

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Tour de France 2018: Omar Fraile wins stage 14, Geraint Thomas still in yellow

Spaniard Omar Fraile won stage 14 of the Tour de France in a dramatic finish as Team Sky’s Geraint Thomas retained the leader’s yellow jersey. Jasper Stuyven attacked alone with 35km to go but was caught and passed by Fraile ...

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'Sinister' details on 'jiffy-bag' controversy yet to emerge – Wiggins

Sir Bradley Wiggins says he has discovered “very sinister” details about the ‘jiffy-bag’ scandal and the leak of his medical records and would “love it to all come out”. Two investigations failed to prove the contents of a medical package ...

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Sagan wins third stage of 2018 Tour as Thomas stays in yellow

World champion Peter Sagan surged late to secure his third victory of the 2018 Tour de France in a bunch sprint finish on stage 13. Sagan, who also won stages two and five, kicked from deep to edge out Alexander ...

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2018 European Championships: 13 Olympic medallists included in GB cycling team

British Cycling has named 13 Olympic medallists in their team for August’s European Championships in Glasgow. The squad includes Geraint Thomas, who is currently riding in the Tour de France, and husband and wife duo Jason and Laura Kenny. Competition ...

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Thomas wins second Tour stage in a row as Froome comes fourth

Geraint Thomas won a dramatic five-man sprint finish to secure back-to-back stage wins at the Tour de France and extend his lead in the yellow jersey. The Welshman put in a late surge to beat rivals including Team Sky team-mate ...

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The greatest climb in cycling – why Alpe d'Huez is called 'cycling's Wembley'

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Find out why the Tour de France’s Alpe d’Huez stage is known as “the greatest climb in cycling”. BBC Sport – Cycling

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Thomas takes Tour de France overall lead with stage 11 win

Britain’s Geraint Thomas became the Tour de France’s overall leader with an impressive victory on stage 11. Team Sky rider Thomas attacked with six kilometres left on the final climb up La Rosiere, to finish 20 seconds ahead of team-mate ...

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La Course 2018: Annemiek van Vleuten beats Anna van der Breggen in dramatic finish

Annemiek van Vleuten overhauled fellow Dutch rider Anna van der Breggen in the last 25 metres to defend her La Course title in a stunning finale. Van Vleuten looked beaten when Olympic champion Van der Breggen pulled away on the ...

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