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Chris Froome's abandonment from the Tour de France sent British cycling to a new low following two years of unbridled success.
Yesterday | The Independent
Froome lands on the opposite hip after suffering grazes on Tuesday, and falls a minute behind the peloton with his Team Sky team-mates for support Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature.
Yesterday | Echo-news.co.uk
It came and went in the flash of an eye but it would appear the Tour de France has left a lasting impact on Essex.
Open road: A cyclist rides through the City, in central London. Once a niche sport, cycling has become so popular in Britain that it has spawned a new breed of fans who would rather buy a bike.
It is no exaggeration whatsoever to say that Wednesday's stage is the one which the overall favourites fear the most in the entire Tour de France.
With the Tour de France getting under way in Yorkshire this past weekend - the fourth time that race has included stages in this country - clearly, we are living in a golden age for British cycling.
The Tour de France Grand Depart may have centred on Yorkshire over the weekend, but the benefits have been felt across the border in East Lancashire too.
In the calm before the start of Monday's stage 3, Tejay van Garderen pointed to his right knee.
Chris Froome is a man of destiny. Last year, after usurping teammate Bradley Wiggins' throne, he became Africa's first yellow jersey winner in emphatic fashion.
Oscar-winning documentary maker Alex Gibney got too close in filming Armstrong's comeback but, he tells Matt Butler, stopped 'being a fan' and confronted his subject when the truth about doping broke Alex Gibney has known Lance Armstrong for over five years.
Germany's Marcel Kittel produced another show of raw power to win his second stage of this year's Tour de France on Monday, storming down The Mall for a commanding victory.
After helping Bradley Wiggins become the first Briton to win the Tour de France, Team Sky manager Dave Brailsford wants to help send a Frenchman to glory on his home grand Tour.
Mark Cavendish's bid for the yellow jersey ended in a heap as the Manxman tumbled to the tarmac in a dramatic conclusion to the opening stage of the 101st Tour de France in Harrogate.
Bradley Wiggins, winner of the 2012 Tour de France cycling race is congratulated by Michael Rogers of Australia: Picture AP/Christophe Ena There is no doubt that this weekend in Cambridge will see the highest ever volume of photographs taken around the city and the surrounding areas.
Updated: Wed Jul 09, 2014 09:00 pm
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