Malori starts new chapter in life

Italian announces retirement from professional cycling at first rest day in 2017 Tour, following exceptional recovery from serious crash in Argentina in 2016 Supported by Eusebio Unzué and his team-mates racing the Tour de France, Adriano Malori (Movistar Team) announced on Monday his retirement from professional cycling during the Blues' traditional

Uran wins photofinish sprint


Rigoberto Uran won a crash-filled stage of the Tour de France in dramatic fashion on Sunday. The Colombian, riding with only two gears due to a late race mechanical issue, won a six-up sprint in Chambéry. To add to the drama, the race jury required finish line photos to declare

Barguil in Polkadots

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The ninth stage of the Tour de France was a strong showing for Team Sunweb, with Warren Barguil (FRA), putting in a huge ride to take over the lead in the mountains classification. A perfectly executed plan saw Team Sunweb with five riders in the day's breakaway, with Barguil tucked inside

Porte Fourth on First Summit Finish

The first summit finish of the Tour de France delivered a thrilling showdown between the General Classification contenders on the steep La Planche des Belles Filles climb which saw Richie Porte cross the line in fourth place.   BMC Racing Team controlled the race for the majority of the stage after eight

Jakob Fuglsang extended with Astana Proteam

Two more seasons for Jakob Fuglsang (32) (2018 and 2019) in Astana Proteam. The corresponding agreement between the rider and the team was signed recently. - Of course, I am happy to extend the contract with Astana Team. I’ve spent already five years here and it has been some really good

Rafał Majka surges into GC top ten

The Tour de France took on a different character today, as the race saw its first big climbs, giving riders a taste of what to expect from the mountains later in the race. The GC riders and climbers relished the chance to stretch their legs, with last year’s Maillot à

Mark Cavendish out of Tour de France

Mark Cavendish has been forced to withdraw for this year’s Tour de France after fracturing his shoulder blade in the late crash on stage 4. What looked to be a strong comeback to racing for Cavendish, is now over before it really began. Medical examinations at the hospital in Nancy, France,

Protest to Result of Stage 4

The UCI World Champion Peter Sagan was disqualified today, according to article 12.1.040/ 10.2.2. (irregular sprint) in the result/communiqué. The team disagrees with the decision and protested it officially. Peter Sagan rejected to have caused, or in any way intended to cause the crash of Mark Cavendish on the final 200m