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  1. Chris Froome plays down claims of a leadership issue within Team SkyRead the original story w/Photo

    12 min ago | Daily Mail

    Welcome home! France fans line the Champs-Elysees as far as the eye can see to hail their heroes after World Cup glory Sanchez misses out on Manchester United tour of the US after being refused entry due to visa issues arising from Spanish tax fraud Ronaldo greets Allegri and his new Juventus team-mates ahead of his official Juventus unveiling as he completes A 100m move from Real Madrid 'With one or two adjustments, we can play my football': Sarri vows to transform Chelsea style and bring 'fun' back as he takes training for the first time 'I thank the players for everything.

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  2. Chris Froome and Geraint Thomas, left, could have a battle for the Team Sky leadershipRead the original story w/Photo

    14 min ago | This is The West Country

    Former Sky rider Sir Bradley Wiggins has claimed the team would have a "a real problem" if Geraint Thomas took the yellow jersey ahead of team-mate Froome. Sky have talked up the benefits of having Thomas second overall, 43 seconds behind leader Greg Van Avermaet and 59 ahead of Froome after nine stages.

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  3. Froome happy as Tour de France heads for the mountains Source: APRead the original story w/Photo

    14 min ago | WSOCTV

    Chris Froome believes the mountains will reveal the true Tour de France contenders as he looks forward to the first of three grueling stages in the Alps. "I'm feeling good and optimistic about the upcoming stages," the four-time champion said on Monday, the Tour's first rest day.

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  4. Cycling: Dull Tour unlikely to open up in the AlpsRead the original story w/Photo

    35 min ago | Reuters

    If Tour de France organizers wanted the soccer World Cup to end before the race started to heat up, then it is mission accomplished. Cycling - Tour de France - The 156.5-km Stage 9 from Arras Citadelle to Roubaix - July 15, 2018 - BORA-Hansgrohe rider Rafal Majka of Poland and Team Sky rider Chris Froome of Britain in action.

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  5. Froome happy as Tour de France heads for the mountainsRead the original story w/Photo

    39 min ago | ABC 27

    Chris Froome believes the mountains will reveal the true Tour de France contenders as he looks forward to the first of three grueling stages in the Alps. "I'm feeling good and optimistic about the upcoming stages," the four-time champion said on Monday, the Tour's first rest day.

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  6. Froome happy as Tour de France heads for the mountainsFroome happy as ...Read the original story w/Photo

    40 min ago | Houston Chronicle

    ... week of the three-week Tour. Britain's Chris Froome, rides in the pack during the eight stage of the Tour de France cycling race over 181 kilometers (112.5 miles) with start in Dreux and finish in Amiens, France, Saturday, July 14, 2018. Britain's ...

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  7. Sport24.co.za | Wiggins fears Froome, Thomas' ambitions could be problemRead the original story w/Photo

    51 min ago | News24

    Bradley Wiggins has warned Team Sky will have a "real problem" if Geraint Thomas takes the leader's yellow jersey in the Tour de France ahead of defending champion Chris Froome . Thomas is second in the general classification, 43 seconds behind leader Greg Van Avermaet, and 59 seconds in front of Sky team-mate Froome as cycling's premier road race heads towards the Alps.

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  8. Dull Tour unlikely to open up in the AlpsRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Channelnewsasia.com

    If Tour de France organisers wanted the soccer World Cup to end before the race started to heat up, then it is mission accomplished. Cycling - Tour de France - The 156.5-km Stage 9 from Arras Citadelle to Roubaix - July 15, 2018 - BORA-Hansgrohe rider Rafal Majka of Poland and Team Sky rider Chris Froome of Britain in action.

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  9. Lizzie Deignan joins new team Trek Factory RacingRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Ilkley Gazette

    LIZZIE Deignan has been named as the headline signing for a new UCI Women's WorldTour team called Trek Factory Racing. The Otley rider is sitting out the 2018 season after announcing her pregnancy earlier this year, but will leave the powerful Boels-Dolmans squad at the end of the season to join Trek.

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  10. Vivendi closes Studio+, a 48m lossesRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | Advanced-television.com

    Subscribers to short-form mobile series service Studio+ have received an email advising them the platform will shut down shortly. The news comes just a couple weeks after Canal+ announced it was closing down its SVoD service Canalplay after the number of subscribers dropped to 200,000.

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  11. Tour de France 2018: Stage 9 results,...Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | CBS Sports

    John Degenkolb, representing Germany and riding for Trek-Segafredo, captured the first Tour de France stage of his career on Sunday, overcoming a frenetic path to Roubaix to pull into the top 55 after stage nine of this year's annual race. Degenkolb's win breaks a two-stage streak for Dylan Groenewegen, who emerged with a final-stage victory at the 2017 Tour de France and sprinted to first-place finishes in stages eight and nine over the weekend.

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  12. Lizzie Deignan joins new Trek women's team for the 2019 seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | BBC News

    The 29-year-old former world champion is not competing this season as she is expecting her first child in September. She was announced as the headline signing for the new UCI women's WorldTour team at its launch on Monday.

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  13. Taste of the Tour: Creamy cheese in 'Venice of the Alps'Read the original story

    5 hrs ago | Rocky Mount Telegram

    But while the Tour de France's cyclists face the first of a triple-header of mountain stages in the Alps, the mere mortals in tow can relax in the "Venice of the Alps" and dip into France's second largest lake as well as taste some extra creamy cheese. After Monday's rest day - following the cobblestones of Stage 9 - beside lovely Lake Annecy , riders face a 158.5-kilometer haul from Annecy that takes them over four serious climbs before a descent to Le Grand-Bornand.

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  14. BMC Racing vow to fight on despite Porte crashing outRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Cycling News

    But on a happier note, Greg Van Avermaet extended his overall race lead to 43 seconds over Team Sky 's Geraint Thomas , while the Belgian is also expected to confirm that he'll stay with the team in 2019 as part of a team-saving merger with CCC Sprandi secured by manager Jim Ochowicz. Van Avermaet was disappointed not to win the stage while wearing the iconic yellow jersey after being beaten by Trek-Segafredo's John Degenkolb , but accepted defeat and vowed to fight on despite the loss of Porte.

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  15. Peter Sagan: I was too far back on the final sector of cobblesRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Cycling News

    Peter Sagan was a top pick for the win on the pav on Sunday's cobbled ninth stage of the Tour de France , but only finished fifth, 19 seconds down on winner John Degenkolb . The world champion started the final sector of pav too far back, he said, and then "it was too late to chase".

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  16. Bardet: It's a miracle I'm still in the Tour de FranceRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Cycling News

    For Romain Bardet , it really was a Sunday in Hell at the Tour de France . The AG2R La Mondiale leader was shaking his head well before the end of the stage, and once across the sanctuary of the finish line, he fell to the floor and sat slumped against the roadside barriers, his face covered in dirt.

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  17. Cobbles cause chaos at the Tour de France but GC battle remains perfectly poisedRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Cycling News

    The medical bulletin issued after stage 9 of the Tour de France included a long list of riders who were injured on the cobbles and roads of northern France, but offered little detail of the enormous physical battering the riders endured on the 15 sectors of cobbles that so shaped the stage and brought so much drama. The faces of the riders offered far more detail, revealing the inner pain and suffering sparked by the cobbled farm tracks of northern France.

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  18. Ex-Georgian President: Mr. Trump, Putin does not bluff but you have the upper hand - use itRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Fox News

    As in the U.S., politics in the former Soviet Union can be highly polarized. But in the run-up to President Donald Trump's summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki on Monday, many in my region share the same concern: Will the self-described "master negotiator" agree to a deal that poses an existential threat to American allies in Eastern Europe? First, I have known Trump for many years.

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  19. Degenkolb masters cobblestones, Porte crashes out of TourRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Post Register

    France's Damien Gaudin, front, is followed by South Africa's Reinardt Janse van Rensburg as they ride breakaway in a cloud of dust on a cobblestone section of the ninth stage of the Tour de France cycling race over 156.5 kilometers with start in Arras and finish in Roubaix, France, Sunday, July 15, 2018. ) Germany's John Degenkolb, right, celebrates as he crosses the finish line ahead of Belgium's Greg van Avermaet, wearing the overall leader's yellow jersey, and Belgium's Yves Lampaert, left, to win the ninth stage of the Tour de France cycling race over 156.5 kilometers with start in Arras and finish in Roubaix, France, Sunday, July 15, 2018.

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  20. Tour de France riders grind through cobblestones in much-feared ninth stageRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | The Japan Times

    It was not the expected major shakedown, but the riders' faces told a story of suffering as most of the main Tour de France favorites stayed in contention after a much-feared stage nine on Sunday. The 156.5-km route from Arras featured 21.7km of cobbled sections, in which the climbers had to grind their way to the finish.

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