Adam Yates Wins 2023 Tour de France Opener Ahead Of Twin Brother
Jul 1, 2023Adam Yates of Team UAE won the opening stage of the 2023 Tour de France in Bilbao on Saturday, outsprinting his twin brother Simon Yates of Jayco.
Ineos Hails Crash Victim Bernal Ahead Of Tour de France Return
Jun 26, 2023Ineos Grenadiers hailed 2019 Tour de France winner Egan Bernal's "character and resilience" in battling back from a near-fatal road accident to make their team for this year's race, it was announced Monday.
Criterium du Dauphine 2023 Preview: Favorites And Route
May 29, 2023Brace yourself for the ultimate pre-Tour de France test, the Critérium du Dauphiné this June 4th to 11th. The French stage race has mountains galore, one time trial and one sprint stage – and the defending 2022 Tour champion Jonas Vingegaard.
Bernal back for Volta a Catalunya tussle with Roglic and Evenepoel
Mar 19, 2023Colombian climber Egan Bernal returns to top level cycling heading the Ineos Grenadiers roster at a challenging Volta a Catalunya on Monday where he can measure his progress against the Belgian world champion Remco Evenepoel.
After Bernal, Quintana, Lopez Glory Years, Colombian Cycling In Hard Times
Jan 27, 2023A decade ago when the whippet-like Nairo Quintana burst onto the scene with stunning mountain escapes, Colombian cyclists looked poised to take over the world.
Olympics Mean No Paris Finish For 2024 Tour de France
Dec 1, 2022For the first time since 1905, the Tour de France will not make its usual finish in Paris in 2024, closing instead with a time trial in Nice, organizers announced on Thursday.
Egan Bernal To Return To Racing Seven Months After Horror Crash
Aug 15, 2022Former Tour de France winner Egan Bernal will return to racing at the Tour of Denmark on Tuesday, seven months after he "almost died" in a serious training accident in his native Colombia.
Tour De France Winner Egan Bernal Pedals Again After Horror Road Accident
Feb 18, 2022Less than a month after a road accident nearly claimed his life while training, Colombian Egan Bernal – Latin America's only Tour de France champion – is on the road to recovery.
Tour de France Star Egan Bernal 'Stable' After Bus Accident
Jan 25, 2022Former Tour de France winner Egan Bernal was "conscious" and "stable" in hospital following a training accident with a bus in his native Colombia, his cycling team Ineos Grenadiers said on Monday.
Ex-Tour Champion Egan Bernal To Undergo Surgery After Crash
Jan 24, 2022Former Tour de France winner Egan Bernal is to undergo an operation after suffering multiple injuries in a training collision with a bus, the clinic treating him said on Monday.
Colombian Cyclist Egan Bernal Bids To Reclaim Tour De France Title In 2022
Nov 23, 2021Colombian cyclist Egan Bernal will bid to reclaim the Tour de France title in 2022, the Ineos rider confirmed to press in his homeland Tuesday. Bernal won the Tour de France in style aged just 22 in 2019, but the climbing sensation withdrew injured half-way through the 2020 edition and skipped the following year to race and win the Giro d'Italia.
Danish Start For 'Complete' 2022 Tour de France
Oct 14, 2021The 2022 Tour de France embarks from Denmark, pushes into Switzerland and Belgium, visits Dunkirk and Lourdes, and features five mountain slogs.
Roglic On Verge Of Vuelta Triumph As Champoussin Wins Stage 20
Sep 4, 2021AG2R-Citroën rider Clement Champoussin ambushed the favorites and surged to victory on the penultimate stage of the Vuelta a España on Saturday as Primoz Roglič extended his lead in the overall standings.
Poland's Majka Triumphs As Vuelta Heads To The Wire
Aug 29, 2021Team UAE's Rafal Majka won stage 15 of the Vuelta a España on Sunday with a solo break to victory from an epic 85km, while Intermarche's Odd Christian Eiking held on to the overall leader's red jersey.
Caruso Wins On Vuelta Mountain As Roglič Tightens Grip
Aug 22, 2021Bahrain Victorious rider Damiano Caruso won Sunday's mountainous ninth stage of the Vuelta a España asPrimoz Roglič strengthened his grip on the overall lead, coming second aheadof Enric Mas.