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White: Roubaix fatigue could be a factor as Tour de France hits the Alps

Mitchelton-Scott director Matt White believes the physical and mental fatigue from Sundays Roubaix stage could have lingering effects on the Tour de France peloton as the race hits the first of three Alpine stages on Tuesday. Stage 10 does not conclude with a mountain-top finish but there are five categorised climbs, including the Col de la Croix Fry, the Montée du Plateau des Glières, the Col de Romme and the Col de la Colombière all featuring. After a rest-day, at least one GC contender tend...


Barguil: The plan is to deliberately lose time at Tour de France

Warren Barguil, the 2017 King of the Mountains at the Tour de France, has an unusual plan for the first mountain stages: From Tuesday I will deliberately lose time. The Fortuneo-Samsic rider is currently 18th overall, 2:37 behind yellow jersey Greg Van Avermaet, and within roughly a minute of the top GC candidates. He won two mountain stages last year and finished 10th overall, but insists he is not yet ready to launch a true GC bid, and will aim to get a free pass to hunt stage wins. ADVERTIS...


Degenkolb: I needed two or three secretaries to manage all the congratulations

A day after his historic Tour de France stage win, John Degenkolb (Trek-Segafredo) admitted that he was still coming to terms with it. The German took a highly memorable win in Roubaix on Sunday, a victory that left him visibly emotional at the finish. The former Paris-Roubaix champion had struggled for wins in recent years after a training crash in January 2016 when a car ploughed into him and several of his former Sunweb teammates, but the touching images of his post-race celebrations on Sunda...


Tour de France: I'm right where I wanted to be, says Nibali

Bahrain-Merida leader Vincenzo Nibali is ready for three tough days in the mountains, and says hes right where he wants to be with nine days of racing at the 2018 Tour de France ticked off. The 2014 Tour de France winner starts stage 10 on Tuesday in 12th place overall – 1:48 behind race leader Greg Van Avermaet (BMC), but 1:05 behind Team Skys Geraint Thomas and just six seconds down on Thomas Sky teammate and the defending Tour champion Chris Froome. While falling short of saying that hell g...


Injuries force Keukeleire out of Tour de France

Lotto Soudals Jens Keukeleire has become the latest rider to have to quit the 2018 Tour de France, following his crash on the cobbled ninth stage between Arras and Roubaix. Keukeleire hit the ground in the same accident that saw BMCs Richie Porte forced out of the race with a broken collarbone on Sunday. While Porte was said to have crashed after just 10 kilometres, Lotto Soudal stated that Keukeleire had crashed after only 15 kilometres of racing. Either way, it was early on the stage, and we...


Richie Porte: I think the Vuelta is probably a realistic goal

Richie Porte (BMC Racing) says hell turn his focus to the Vuelta a Espana and the world championships later this year now that his Tour de France has ended with a broken collarbone suffered early on in stage 9. Speaking in a video recorded by his team, Porte expressed his obvious disappointment at having to leave the Tour for the second consecutive year following his crash and subsequent abandon last year, which also happened to be on stage 9. Obviously, Im disappointed. This is not the way we...


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White: Roubaix fatigue could be a factor as Tour de France hits the Alps

Mitchelton-Scott director Matt White believes the physical and mental fatigue from Sundays Roubaix stage could have lingering effects on the Tour de France peloton as the race hits the first of three Alpine stages on Tuesday. Stage 10 does not conclude with a mountain-top finish but there are five categorised climbs, including the Col de la Croix Fry, the Montée du Plateau des Glières, the Col de Romme and the Col de la Colombière all featuring. After a rest-day, at least one GC contender tend...


Barguil: The plan is to deliberately lose time at Tour de France

Warren Barguil, the 2017 King of the Mountains at the Tour de France, has an unusual plan for the first mountain stages: From Tuesday I will deliberately lose time. The Fortuneo-Samsic rider is currently 18th overall, 2:37 behind yellow jersey Greg Van Avermaet, and within roughly a minute of the top GC candidates. He won two mountain stages last year and finished 10th overall, but insists he is not yet ready to launch a true GC bid, and will aim to get a free pass to hunt stage wins. ADVERTIS...


Degenkolb: I needed two or three secretaries to manage all the congratulations

A day after his historic Tour de France stage win, John Degenkolb (Trek-Segafredo) admitted that he was still coming to terms with it. The German took a highly memorable win in Roubaix on Sunday, a victory that left him visibly emotional at the finish. The former Paris-Roubaix champion had struggled for wins in recent years after a training crash in January 2016 when a car ploughed into him and several of his former Sunweb teammates, but the touching images of his post-race celebrations on Sunda...


Tour de France: I'm right where I wanted to be, says Nibali

Bahrain-Merida leader Vincenzo Nibali is ready for three tough days in the mountains, and says hes right where he wants to be with nine days of racing at the 2018 Tour de France ticked off. The 2014 Tour de France winner starts stage 10 on Tuesday in 12th place overall – 1:48 behind race leader Greg Van Avermaet (BMC), but 1:05 behind Team Skys Geraint Thomas and just six seconds down on Thomas Sky teammate and the defending Tour champion Chris Froome. While falling short of saying that hell g...


Injuries force Keukeleire out of Tour de France

Lotto Soudals Jens Keukeleire has become the latest rider to have to quit the 2018 Tour de France, following his crash on the cobbled ninth stage between Arras and Roubaix. Keukeleire hit the ground in the same accident that saw BMCs Richie Porte forced out of the race with a broken collarbone on Sunday. While Porte was said to have crashed after just 10 kilometres, Lotto Soudal stated that Keukeleire had crashed after only 15 kilometres of racing. Either way, it was early on the stage, and we...


Richie Porte: I think the Vuelta is probably a realistic goal

Richie Porte (BMC Racing) says hell turn his focus to the Vuelta a Espana and the world championships later this year now that his Tour de France has ended with a broken collarbone suffered early on in stage 9. Speaking in a video recorded by his team, Porte expressed his obvious disappointment at having to leave the Tour for the second consecutive year following his crash and subsequent abandon last year, which also happened to be on stage 9. Obviously, Im disappointed. This is not the way we...


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