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The most bizarre cheats in sporting history
The most bizarre cheats in sporting history
The International Chess Federation confirmed last week that it had suspended a grandmaster after he was “caught red-handed using his phone during...
Billionaire buys Team Sky
Billionaire buys Team Sky
Britain’s richest man, reclusive chemicals tycoon Jim Ratcliffe, emerged from the shadows on Tuesday to buy the world’s most successful cycling...
Where the bad men go: Disgraced Armstrong finds his niche
Where the bad men go: Disgraced Armstrong finds his niche
It’s the podcast you never knew you wanted. Arguably the most widely reviled figure in recent sporting history interviewing others about their...
Froome rides under a cloud
Froome rides under a cloud
Chris Froome has insisted that “misinformation” has led to rival riders calling for him to be suspended after an abnormal doping test, as he...
Air knocked out of cyclist
Air knocked out of cyclist
Asthma drug salbutamol, for which four-time Tour de France winner Chris Froome returned a test revealing twice the permissible amount, is widely...
Wiggins fumes over    ‘living hell’
Wiggins fumes over    ‘living hell’
British cycling great Bradley Wiggins said he and his family have been subjected to “a living hell” after United Kingdom Anti-Doping said this...
African cyclists dream of Tour win
African cyclists dream of Tour win
On a warm January day in Paris a good few years ago, Christian Prudhomme, the race director of the Tour de France, remembered being told by Bernard...
Uneasy Froome keen to extend Tour lead before TT
Uneasy Froome keen to extend Tour lead before TT
Chris Froome admitted on Monday he wouldn't feel serene during Saturday's time-trial in Marseille in the penultimate Tour de France stage unless he...
Cavendish not fully up to speed
Cavendish not fully up to speed
Mark Cavendish is adamant he will secure the five Tour de France stage wins to break legendary Belgian Eddy Merckx’s all-time record of 34, but...
From team to tactics: It takes more than pedal power to win the Tour
From team to tactics: It takes more than pedal power to win the Tour
To win the Tour you have to be a top-class climber – there is no way around it. The last time a non-climber won the Tour was Spaniard Miguel...
Tour de France: Froome hits back at doping allegations
Tour de France: Froome hits back at doping allegations
Two years on from his scintillating victories at Ax 3 Domaines and Mont Ventoux, Chris Froome finds himself once again in the eye of a...
Six key stages call for a tour de force
Six key stages call for a tour de force
STAGE 3 Monday 6 July: Antwerp-Mur de Huy 159.5km

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