Bradley Wiggins took his first ever stage win at the Tour de France in Besançon, and cemented his position in the yellow jersey
Bradley Wiggins took the yellow jersey with a stunning show of team strength on the Planche des Belles Filles, but Sky were more stretched on the Col de la Croix.…
Bradley Wiggins hit out at anonymous rumour-mongerers in his post-race press conference at Porrentruy, and gained many new admirers for his stance.
Thibaut Pinot took the first French stage win in this year's Tour, while the favourites started to probe at Bradley Wiggins' lead
Sky's plan to win the Tour is no secret. Will they be allowed to control the race all the way to Paris?
Bradley Wiggins took the yellow jersey and Chris Froome the stage win in a day of spectacular dominance for the British team
Bradley Wiggins and Team Sky will breathe a sigh of relief as they enter the second week of the Tour with their yellow jersey ambitions unscathed
Stage six to Metz saw crashes wreak havoc on an already battered peloton. Richard Moore was at the finish to see the reaction
Peter Sagan took an astonishing third stage victory in Metz as crashes exerted a heavy toll on many of the Tour favourites
The Tour de France organisers need to take action to prevent the race stagnating, argues Lionel Birnie
André Greipel took his second consecutive stage win, outpowering his rivals into St Quentin
Resolution is fast approaching in the most controversial story in cycling. But there are still many questions to be answered
André Greipel dominated today's sprint finish following a strong performance from his Lotto-Belisol team.
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Losing Kanstantin Siutsou is a blow for Sky but it's how they respond that counts
Peter Sagan won his second stage in three days, with a fearsomely effective uphill sprint into Boulogne
Lionel Birnie asks whether it's time for Cavendish's sprint rivals to ditch the lead-out trains and try something different
Richard Moore on Mark Cavendish's instinctive, intuitive stage victory in Tournai
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Lionel Birnie on why following the wheels at the sharp end of a race is not 'sitting on' it's just good tactics