Les 5 Étapes Les Plus Importantes Du Tour de France 2021
Jun 1, 2021Chaque instant du Tour de France risque de faire basculer la course, mais voici les cinq étapes les plus susceptibles de décider du classement final de l’édition 2021.
Postlberger Double Joy At Dauphine, Froome Fails To Follow
May 31, 2021Lukas Postlberger of Bora-Hansgrohe won a hilly second stage of the Criterium du Dauphine on Monday to claim the overall leader's yellow jersey.
The 2021 Tour de France's Two Time Trials Are The Key To The Yellow Jersey
May 18, 2021Races have been won and lost in the race against the clock in some of the most dramatic and poetic narratives in cycling history, from Greg Lemond’s record setting 8-second winning margin over Laurent Fignon in 1989, to the gut wrenching meltdown of Primoz Roglic on the penultimate day of the 2020 Tour de France.
Geraint Thomas Leads Top Five Favorites For The Critérium du Dauphiné
May 11, 2021The Critérium du Dauphiné reliably reveals who is on form for the Tour de France, which comes just three weeks later. While it is not the only preparatory race for the Tour, the Critérium du Dauphiné is used every year by many of the top general classification contenders to catapult themselves to success in the Tour.
2020 Tour de France Prize Money Overall Totals And Stage Breakdown
May 6, 20212020 Tour de France prize money broken out for the overall running totals and the daily stage totals for teams and individual riders.
The Top 5 Most Important Stages In The 2021 Tour de France
May 1, 2021The 2021 Tour de France covers 3,383 kilometers. Any one of those kilometers can provide the right mixture of circumstances for a race-winning attack, or a race-losing mishap. Such is the nature of the sport.
Don't Call It A Warmup, Tour de la Provence Attracts Bernal, Alaphilippe
Feb 10, 2021Tour de la Provence is a relatively new four-day stage race in the south of France, and is defined by one key feature. That feature is of course, the Giant of Provence, Mont Ventoux.
'Nothing To Hide': Tour de France Team Leader Quintana Denies Doping
Sep 23, 2020The lead rider of a Tour de France team caught up in a doping investigation said he had "nothing to hide" after two unnamed members of the French outfit were briefly detained before being released.
Recap: Roglic Tightens Grip On Tour As Martinez Wins Mountain Struggle
Sep 11, 2020Primoz Roglic extended his lead in the Tour de France on Friday as Daniel Martinez scored a first stage win for US team Education First by triumphing in a titanic mountain battle.
The History of the Tour de France
Sep 7, 2020The complete statistical guide to the history of the Tour de France.
Recap: Primoz Roglic Takes Tour Lead, Tadej Pogacar Grabs Stage 9
Sep 6, 2020Slovenians took the laurels on the Tour de France on Sunday as rookie Tadej Pogacar won a Pyrenean mountain slog and his compatriot Primoz Roglic took over the overall lead.
Yates Clings To Tour de France Lead Amid Mountain Shake-up
Sep 5, 2020Nans Peters scored a first home stage win on the Tour de France on Saturday with Britain's Adam Yates clinging on to the overall lead on a tough Pyrenean stage that caused an unexpected shake-up on stage 8 of 21.
Every Podium In The History Of The Tour de France
Aug 22, 2020Year-by-year breakdown of the three riders to make the Tour de France podium and the time margins.
Every Tour de France White Jersey Youth Classification Winner
Aug 22, 2020Year-by-year breakdown of every rider to win the Tour de France white jersey youth classification since its addition to the race in 1975. Jan Ullrich and Andy Schleck hold the record for consecutive wins (3) while France (8), Netherlands (5) and Italy (5) lead the way for countries with the most wins. Laurent Fignon (1983), Jan Ullrich (1997), Alberto Contador (2007), Andy Schleck (2010) and Egan Bernal (2019) have won both the yellow jersey and white jersey.
Every Tour de France Polka Dot Jersey Mountains Classification Winner
Aug 22, 2020Year-by-year breakdown of every rider to win the Tour de France polka dot jersey mountains classification since its addition to the race in 1933. Richard Virenque holds the record with seven victories in the mountain classification competition while France (23), Spain (15), Italy (13) and Belgium (11) lead the way for countries with the most wins.