“All the years you have people around you who do everything for you,” Andy Schleck tells Cycle Sport. “Someone at the bank, a trainer, nutritionist, a cook, a personal soigneur, a…
It has not taken long for Andy Schleck to figure out what to do in his retirement, with the Luxembourger preparing to launch his own bike shop in his homeland.…
Alberto Contador has said that the now retired Andy Schleck was the “biggest rival” of his whole career so far, placing the Luxembourger in higher esteem than current rival Chris Froome. Schleck, who…
2010 Tour de France winner Andy Schleck announced his retirement from cycling on Thursday after failing to recover from a knee injury. While his form has been somewhat iffy in…
Pictorial look back at Andy Schleck's career as he announces his retirement from professional cycling
Andy Schleck announces that he will retire from cycling, citing a persistent knee injury
Tour de France 2010 winner Andy Schleck and Trek Factory Racing have called a press conference for this Thursday (October 9), prompting rumours that Schleck could be soon to announce…
Trek Factory Racing rumoured to be looking for new general classification contender
Trek Factory Rider Andy Schleck suffering with knee injury after stage three crash, and quits Tour de France
Andy Schleck also suffering from injuries sustained during Amstel Gold Race on Sunday
Andy Schleck doesn't consider himself as a favourite for to win the Tour de France; but will 'see what he can do'
How Australia's first Tour winner finally won the biggest race in the world.
Bradley Wiggins' imperious victory at the Dauphiné time trial made him the strong favourite for the Tour. But the yellow jersey isn't won yet.
Cadel Evans knew the clock would not lie. His likely superiority over the Schlecks in the time trial shaped his tactics in the Alps. In Grenoble he delivered.
A spectacular day’s racing in the Alps saw a popular French winner and the battle for the yellow jersey narrowed to two men.
Andy Schleck outwitted and outrode his rivals with an incredible long-range attack to win atop the Col du Galibier.
For the second day running, the descent of a category two hill threw a hand grenade into the front group of the Tour.
Thor Hushovd won his second mountain stage of the Tour in Gap, while Andy Schleck faltered on the Col de Manse, perhaps losing his chance of winning the yellow jersey.
The favourites cancelled each other out on Plateau de Beille. Is Thomas Voeckler suddenly looking like a possible Tour winner?
Cadel Evans, very possibly. Here’s why.