The terrible weather gave way to blue skies today, and the impact on the peloton in today’s Tour de France stage was clear – the BORA-hansgrohe team did themselves proud, pushing hard the entire day before ferrying the UCI World Champion, Peter Sagan, to the line to take his first
Quick-Step Floors’ fantastic work throughout the nervous stage 2 was rewarded with a spectacular victory in Liège
Marcel Kittel made history on Sunday, by becoming the first rider to win a Tour de France stage on a disc brake-equipped bike after coming from behind in the final kilometer of stage two
All our riders started and went quite well with solid performance; however, our leader Ion Izagirre who started as the last of our team, crashed badly in the corner close to the point where Alejandro Valverde (Movistar) had crashed as well. It was a very hard hit into the fence.
Three-hour operation on kneecap fracture and tibia, gluteus wounds last night; Spaniard expected to return home next week
Alejandro Valverde successfully underwent surgery last night at Düsseldorf's University Hospital to fix some of the injuries sustained at his race-ending crash, Saturday, on the opening TT of the 2017 Tour de France.
Movistar Team rider to undergo surgery in Germany tonight after breaking left leg's kneecap. Talus bone fracture also confirmed
The 2017 Tour de France barely lasted seven kilometers for Alejandro Valverde (Movistar Team) as he suffered a serious crash during the race's opening TT in Düsseldorf, which forced him to abandon.
Geraint Thomas powered to victory in the second half of the inaugural time trial to claim his first yellow jersey at the Tour de France at the age of 32, ten years after his debut in London. Four Team Sky riders made the top 8 including Chris Froome who was
I am really happy to renew my contract with Astana Proteam. This is a great team, which is developing year by year, always setting the highest goals at the Grand Tours. I like this so much, because I find a good motivation in moving ahead in my progress as
Richie Porte will remain with BMC Racing Team beyond the 2017 season, General Manager Jim Ochowicz announced today at the team's Tour de France press conference.
Porte, 32, joined BMC Racing Team in 2016 and has recorded two UCI WorldTour stage race wins, five stage wins, and fifth overall at the