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Cycling | Tour de France

Paris no longer wants 'bimbo' kisses for Tour winner
Paris authorities want to ditch "bimbo" podium girl kisses for the winner of the Tour de France, saying it was a "sexist stereotype." Read full article
Thomas targeting Tour de France yellow jersey
Geraint Thomas is dreaming of wearing the Tour de France yellow jersey again, although he wouldn't be drawn on whether he expects to replace Chris Froome as Team Sky leader. Read full article
The 2020 Tour de France to start from Nice
The 2020 Tour de France will start from Nice on France's Cote d'Azur, organisers announced on Monday. Read full article
Brussels to host 2019 Tour stages
The 2019 Tour de France will start with two stages in and around the Belgian capital Brussels in a tribute to Eddy Merckx, race organiser Christian Prudhomme confirmed on Tuesday. Read full article
Quintana, Landa, Valverde in tilt for TdF
Movistar announced all three of Nairo Quintana, Alejandro Valverde and the newly recruited Mikel Landa will team up to ride the 2018 Tour de France on Thursday. Read full article
Froome faces Dumoulin duel in 2018 Tour
Tom Dumoulin should be Chris Froome's main rival as the Briton targets a record-equalling fifth title in the 2018 Tour de France, the route for which was unveiled on Tuesday. Read full article
Froome sets sights on fifth Tour triumph
Chris Froome on Sunday set his sights on a fifth Tour de France in 2018 which would move him alongside legends Eddy Merckx, Jacques Anquetil, Bernard Hinault and Miguel Indurain Read full article
No budget cap thanks, says Froome
Chris Froome wrapped up a fourth Tour de France success on Sunday as his Sky team dominated the three-week race once again. Read full article
Vindicated Froome heading for record
When Chris Froome rolled over the line on the Champs Elysees in Paris on Sunday to win his fourth Tour de France he took another step closer to greatness. Read full article
Froome clinches fourth TDF crown
Briton Chris Froome secured his fourth Tour de France title as Dylan Groenewegen wins stage 21 Read full article
Froome rides closer to history
Chris Froome will close on the Tour de France's greatest champions when he rides into Paris on Sunday to clinch his fourth victory in cycling's most prestigious race. Read full article
Bardet suffers Marseille nightmare, upbeat on future
France's Romain Bardet described Saturday's time trial in Marseille as a nightmare after coming within one second of throwing away three weeks of hard work Read full article
Froome rivals should work on time trial skills - LeMond
Chris Froome's rivals would be well advised to work on their time trialling abilities if they want to win the Tour de France while the Briton is still dominating, according to three-time champion Greg LeMond. Read full article
Uran continues Colombian tradition
Rigoberto Uran said his second place behind Chris Froome at the Tour de France had confirmed Colombia's status as a great cycling nation Read full article
Froome honoured to be named among greats
Chris Froome said on Saturday it was an "honour" to be mentioned in the same breath as five-time Tour de France winners Eddy Merckx and Miguel Indurain Read full article
'Tired' Bardet relieved to hold onto podium
Romain Bardet revealed he'd been suffering from "fragile" health as he fought bravely to hold onto a podium finish Read full article
Froome on brink of 4th TdF crown
Chris Froome all but secured a fourth Tour de France title by finishing third in Saturday's 20th stage time-trial in Marseille as Maciej Bodnar took the stage victory Read full article
Van Vleuten completes La Course victory
Annemiek van Vleuten completed victory in the women's Tour de France race in Marseille on Saturday following a 22.5km pursuit. Read full article
Bardet holds hope of a nation at Tour
Frenchman Romain Bardet will tackle a 22.5km time-trial around Marseille on Saturday with the aspirations of an entire country on his shoulders. Read full article
DiData's Boasson Hagen wins Stage 19
Norway's Edvald Boasson Hagen took a short-cut to win Friday's 19th stage of the Tour de France as Chris Froome edged closer to overall victory. Read full article
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