- Inaugural Women's Tour de France To Start At Eiffel Tower
The route for the inaugural women's Tour de France was unveiled on Thursday with eight stages, embarking from the Eiffel Tower on July 24 next year.
- Australian Michael Storer Wins On Vuelta Mountain As Primoz Roglic Holds Lead
Australian climb specialist Michael Storer of the DSM team won a mountainous stage 7 of the Vuelta a Espana on Friday, soloing to victory after escaping a 30-rider breakaway.
- Tokyo Olympics: Austrian Math PhD Anna Kiesenhofer Shocks Favourites In Olympics Women's Cycling Road Race
Tokyo Olympics: Austrian mathematician Anna Kiesenhofer won the gold medal in women's road race cycling on Sunday. Kiesenhofer holds a doctorate in applied maths.
- Tadej Pogacar Wins Second Successive Tour De France
Tadej Pgacar won a second successive Tour de France on Sunday.
- Tour De France: Exhausted Tadej Pogacar Effectively Seals Title
Tour de France: Tadej Pogacar won three stages on his way to a dominant triumph in a manner reminiscent of former champions Alberto Contador and Chris Froome.
- Mohoric Wins Tour Stage, Day After Anti-Doping Raid On Bahrain Team
Bahrain Victorious' Slovenian rider Matej Mohoric won stage 19 of the Tour de France.
- Police Target Tour De France Team In Anti-Doping Raid
French police searched the hotel rooms and team bus of the Bahrain Victorious cycling team taking part at the Tour de France in an anti-doping raid.
- Child's Play As Tadej Pogacar Dominates On Tour De France Mountain Again
Tadej Pogacar, the overall leader of the Tour de France, won Stage 18 -- a second consecutive mountain stage in the Pyrenees.
- Tadej Pogacar Triumphs Wins Tour De France Stage 17, Extends Lead
Tadej Pogacar won Stage 17 of Tour de France after an epic struggle with his two closest pursuers, Jonas Vingegaard and Richard Carapaz.
- Tour De France: Mark Cavendish Wins Stage 13 To Equal Eddy Merckx Record
Mark Cavendish won Stage 13 of the Tour de France to equal Eddy Merckx's 46-year-old record of 34 stage wins in the race.
- Wout Van Aert Towers On Tour De France's Iconic Mont Ventoux
Raucous crowds cheered Wout van Aert to a frantic stage 11 win on the Tour de France on Wednesday after a double ascent of Mont Ventoux.
- Tour De France: Rider Hit By Roadside Fan With Sign Out After Second Crash
Tour de France: German rider Tony Martin exited the Tour de France by ambulance early on stage 11 after suffering face and leg injuries when tumbling into a deep roadside ditch.
- Tour De France: Mark Cavendish Wins Stage 10 As Eddy Merckx Record Looms
Mark Cavendish won his 33rd Tour de France stage to move within one win of Eddy Merckx's all-time record of 34.
- "Mind-Blowing" Alpine Triumph Hauls Australia's Ben O'Connor Into Tour De France Frame
Australian climber Ben O'Connor soared to a high-altitude stage win on the Tour de France on a cold, rainy Sunday that culminated in an energy-sapping 21km ascent to the ski resort of Tignes.
- Tour De France: Mathieu Van Der Poel Leaves Tour de France For Tokyo Quest
Mathieu van der Poel pulled out of the Tour de France on Sunday after a spectacular star turn in the overall lead came to a shuddering halt in the Alps.
- Tour De France: Defending Champion Tadej Pogacar Climbs Into Yellow On Alpine Stage
Tour De France: Tadej Pogacar who stunned his rivals with a stage 5 time-trial win, was again head and shoulders above the rest of the field.
- Tour De France: Matej Mohoric Wins Pulsating Stage Seven As Primoz Roglic Routed
Slovenia's Matej Mohoric won stage seven of the Tour de France on Friday as leader Mathieu van der Poel kept the yellow jersey against the odds by leading a breakaway on an epic 249km run from Vierzon to Le Creusot.
- Tour De France Spectator Who Caused Crash Faces Court Hearing
A 30-year-old woman who caused a mass pileup at the Tour de France at the weekend was released from police custody on Friday but ordered to appear in court in October.