The entire peloton rode for Team GB and Mark Cavendish to lose the Olympic road race. Perfectly reasonable, says Edward Pickering
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Bradley Wiggins won the Tour de France in a triumphal final stage which also saw a scintillating sprint victory by Mark Cavendish
Bradley Wiggins confirmed his superiority at the Tour de France with a coruscating time trial victory in Chartres
With Bradley Wiggins' yellow jersey all but safe, Mark Cavendish was set free to take a stunning sprint win in Brive
Bradley Wiggins successfully defended his yellow jersey in the final mountain stage of the race, while Alejandro Valverde took his biggest win since returning from a doping ban
One man's culinary journey at Le Tour. Lionel Birnie documents the Tour one meal at a time.
Thomas Voeckler took his second stage win of the Tour in spectacular style in Luchon, while Bradley Wiggins kept a vice-like grip on the race lead
The Team Sky head of performance science explains how he has prepared Bradley Wiggins for his yellow jersey challenge
The climbers’ classification has been reduced almost to irrelevance. It’s time to change the way the polka dot jersey was awarded
Pierrick Fédrigo outrode and outwitted five breakaway companions to win his fourth career Tour stage
Luis Leon Sanchez won from a break into Foix, while the GC favourites' progress was stalled by a vandal spreading tacks on the road
André Greipel won his third stage of the 2012 Tour, surviving a complicated finale to beat Peter Sagan by inches
David Millar was the strongest and cleverest rider in today's long break, winning his first Tour stage as a Garmin rider
In a race that is short on suspense, the Wiggins-Froome drama is providing us with a classic Tour story
Cycle Sport interviewed the La Toussuire stage winner at the start of the season and found an engaging and ambitious rider, who has the unusual distinction of having won his…
Bradley Wiggins and Team Sky kept a tight grip on the race lead in the hardest Alpine stage of the Tour Words by Edward Pickering in Chambéry Thursday July 12,…
Sky are winning the Tour, but losing the PR battle. They need to confront the doping issue head-on, argues Richard Moore
Thomas Voeckler was the popular winner in Bellegarde-sur-Valserine, outwitting breakaway companions in a tough finish.
During the Tour's first rest day Cycle Sport asked Dave Brailsford about the role of Dr Geert Leinders at Team Sky