Tour de France 2014: How Tour's underdogs Endura day on the road
Simon Usborne hitches a lift in the NetApp-Endura car as the wild cards' rider Jan Barta makes a break for London As crowds flood Parker's Piece, the large green at the heart of Cambridge, Team Sky's "Death Star" leads a convoy of sleek, luxury buses into the parking zone along its northern edge.
East London and West Essex Guardian Series: The Tour de France - as it happened
Breaking off now for a short time to write up initial report of today's stage. Will tweet link asap #TDF2014 #GUARDIANSERIESTOUR This guy is incredible.
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Kittel wins Stage 3, Nibali still in yellow
Marcel Kittel of Germany won Stage 3 of the Tour de France on Monday and Italy's Vincenzo Nibali remained the overall leader of cycling's most prestigious event after three days of racing in England.
Cycling: Sprint king Kittel wins Tour de France stage 3
Marcel Kittel emphasised his status as the best sprinter in the world by winning Monday's third stage of the Tour de France in a bunch finish at Buckingham Palace, London.
Tour De France 2014 Photos: Stage Three - Cambridge to London
Members of Icknield Road Club from Luton, Bedfordshire wait in the village of Finchingfield in north Essex for the Tour de France to arrive Jean-Marc Bideau leads Jan Barta as the Tour de France passes through Bannister Green near Felsted in Essex on the way from Cambridge to London.
Zdenek Stybar wins Czech national road race
Zdenek tybar won his first Czech national road title as he finished 53 seconds ahead of teammate Petr Vokoc on the 192km course which also decided the Slovakian national championships.
Two more confirm 'Le Tour' squads
The number of teams to have confirmed their nine-man line-ups for the Tour de France has risen to nine after two more revealed who will be on the start line in Leeds on Saturday, July 5. The squads named by Russian team Katusha and Germany's Team NetApp-Endura may not be widely known outside of cycling circles, although Katusha's Joaqium Rodriguez ... (more)