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Tour de France

4 Aug 2019
Colombian rider Egan Bernal has all but secured his first Tour de France title after a fourth placed finish in stage 20 on Saturday. Bernal crossed the line with 2018 winner Geraint Thomas and will wrap it up on Sunday.
25 Jul 2019
Italian Matteo Trentin wins Tour de France stage 17 in Gap after he surged forward alone from a mass breakaway. Frenchman Julian Alaphilippe keeps the overall lead as the Tour goes into three huge Alpine stages.
25 Jul 2019
Tour de France: Could France get its first yellow jersey in 34 years?
6 Aug 2018
Former Tour de France winner Jan Ullrich appeared in court on the Spanish island of Mallorca on Saturday (August 4) after the German was arrested for illegally breaking into the home of his neighbour, actor and director Til Schweiger, local media reported sourcing police.
10 Jan 2018
Tour de France director wants to see doping investigation into British cyclist Chris Froome come to a swift outcome.
7 Aug 2017
Two-time Tour de France champion Alberto Contador announces he will retire from professional cycling after this year's Vuelta.

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