Cadel Evans says that his Giro d'Italia has started well, and looks to have put the past two bad seasons behind him
Michael Matthews and Cadel Evans capitalised on a split in the peloton caused by crashes on wet roads on stage six
Aggressive performance on final climb during Wednesday's stage sees Cadel Evans rise to third overall
Ulissi gets the better of Rodriguez, Evans and Boasson Hagen in an uphill sprint in Viggiano
Former world champion Cadel Evans is unsure if he will ever compete at the Tour de France again. The Tour has been a long-standing goal for the 37-year-old who has…
Cadel Evans (BMC Racing) increased his overall lead in the Giro del Trentino on Thursday, winning the race’s second road stage with an impressive display of climbing that dispensed his…
Tour Down Under 2014, stage three: Australian Cadel Evans claims stage in Campbelltown and takes race lead
Australian hopeful of a speedy recovery ahead of Olympic Games
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
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
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 and Chris Froome the stage win in a day of spectacular dominance for the British team
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.