Andy Schleck

Schleck pulls out of Tour de France

Yellow jersey contender Andy Schleck has pulled out of this year's Tour de France due to injuries suffered in last week's Criterium du Dauphine race.

Contador’s career decision hangs in the balance

Alberto Contador has to ponder his future as a professional cyclist after a two-year doping ban ruled him out of this year's Tour de France.

Evans seals historic Tour de France for Australia

Cadel Evans sealed an historic first Tour de France victory for his native Australia after the 21st and final stage of the epic race on Sunday.

Record-breaking 18th stage win for Schleck

Andy Schleck roared to victory on the history-making 18th stage featuring the highest ever finish in Tour de France history on Thursday.

Schleck brothers fear ‘risky’ final descent

Tour de France contenders Frank and Andy Schleck have described the final descent of the 17th stage to Pinerolo as "fatally dangerous".

Evans looks good at the Tour de France

With his self-confidence at a high and luck finally on his side, Australia's Cadel Evans could achieve something special at 2011's Tour de France.

Rivals hold fire at Tour de France

The attacks never came on the first mountain trek of the Tour de France, as defending champion Alberto Contador and Andy Schleck both held fire.

Spanish chief: No Contador decision for two months

Spain's cycling federation said it would take at least two months to decide whether to sanction Tour de France winner Alberto Contador for alleged dop

Hatred keeps the Tour wheels turning

After all the smiles and handshakes it was surprising that Alberto Contador and Andy Schleck didn't blow kisses to each other in Paris.

Schleck looks for time trial inspiration

Andy Schleck must produce the time trial ride of his career in Saturday's penultimate Tour de France stage if he is to deny Spaniard Alberto Contador.

Contador takes giant leap towards third Tour win

Alberto Contador took a step towards a third yellow jersey win after matching a series of attacks from Andy Schleck on the Tour de France on Thursday.

Schleck wants Contador’s yellow jersey on Tourmalet

Andy Schleck is planning to attack Tour de France rival Alberto Contador in a bid to take back the yellow jersey on the Col du Tourmalet on Thursday.

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