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Movistar rider Nairo Quintana won the Spanish Vuelta on Sunday, adding the title to the 2014 Giro d’Italia on his grand tour list of honours.
Nairo Quintana effectively clinched his first Tour of Spain title after holding off a series of Chris Froome attacks in Saturday’s decisive mountain stage.
Current cycling world champion Peter Sagan has been locked in for the Tour Down Under in Adelaide in January when the Slovakian star will make his first appearance at the race since 2010.
Orica BikeExchange’s Jens Keukeleire of Belgium has won the 12th stage of the Spanish Vuelta, while Nairo Quintana maintained his overall lead. Keukeleire, riding for Orica BikeExchange, used a late burst to pull away and win his first stage at a grand tour by over two bike lengths. He completed the hilly 193km route that […]
Richie Porte’s bittersweet Tour de France will have massive implications for the Australian cycling star.
Briton Chris Froome cemented his status as one of the greatest Tour de France riders when he secured his third title on Sunday after a three-week rocky ride.
Barring an unforeseen catastrophe, Team Sky leader Chris Froome will coast into Paris tonight and claim his third Tour de France title. In doing so he will join a select elite of multiple winners and establish himself as one of the race’s finest performers.
Chris Froome has virtually secured his third Tour de France title, holding on to his overall lead in the last competitive stage, won by Spain’s Ion Izagirre.
Chris Froome took another big step towards a third Tour de France title but Australia’s Richie Porte is also emerging as a potential podium finisher in Paris.
Colombian rider Jarlinson Pantano won the brutal 15th stage of the Tour de France through the Jura mountains after a long breakaway on Sunday.
Chris Froome turned the screw on his Tour de France rivals when he took second place in Friday’s individual time trial behind Tom Dumoulin amidst heightened security following the deadly Nice terror attack.
Last night’s stage on the daunting slopes of Mont Ventoux should have provided the Tour de France with its most spectacular highlights. Instead we got a ridiculous farce.
The selflessness displayed by Orica-BikeExchange’s Daryl Impey on Stage 10 of the 2016 Tour de France epitomises what an ultimate team player he is.
Michael Matthews has turned the page on years of bad luck in the Tour de France to complete his set of grand tour victories when he won the 10th stage after a royal breakaway on Tuesday.
Here is the summary of everything good, bad and ugly about the 2016 Tour de France.
Diminished by a fever and still reeling from crashes on the opening two days of the race, two-time champion Alberto Contador has pulled out of the Tour de France during the toughest Pyrenean stage.
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It’s been nearly a six month wait since we left off at Liège-Bastogne-Liège but we’ve finally arrived at the fifth and final of the Monuments of cycling for 2016, the 110th edition of Il Lombardia in Italy.
Five Olympic golds, seven Track World Championships, one Road World Championship, one European Track Championship, and one Tour de France title. That’s just the first place finishes that adorn the trophy cabinet at Sir Bradley Wiggins’ house.
Australian 2012 silver medallist and two time BMX champion Sam Willoughby has suffered a horrific crash that may prevent him from ever walking again.
The final day for the general classification contenders features five classified climbs, including a lung-busting 21-kilometre climb to the finish. Join The Roar for live coverage of Stage 20 of La Vuelta a Espana from 10:30pm (AEST).
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Stage 19 of the Vuelta a Espana is the only individual test against the clock in the race and will have a large say in who stands on the final podium in Madrid.
Nairo Quintana has one hand on a maiden Vuelta a Espana victory as he heads into an undulating Stage 18 with a comfortable buffer back to Chris Froome. Join The Roar from 11pm (AEST) for all the live race highlights and updates.
After having a nice day off yesterday, the riders will start the final week of racing with a perilously steep finale to today’s stage which is sure to put the general classification riders into difficulty. Join The Roar’s live coverage of Stage 17 of La Vuelta a Espana from 11pm (AEST).
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After a stunning ride from red jersey leader Nairo Quintana yesterday, it’s up to Froome and the peleton to reign in the Colombian on today’s Stage 16 of the Vuelta a Espana. Join The Roar from 11pm (AEST) for all the live race updates and highlights.
After a brutal test to the summit of the Col d’Aubisque yesterday, the riders will be once again in the Pyrennes, however, on the Spanish side of the border, as they tackle the 118 kilometres of Stage 15. Join The Roar‘s live coverage of Stage 15 of La Vuelta Espana from 11pm AEST. Short mountain […]
It’s set up to be a massive day in the mountains on Stage 14 of the Vuelta a Espana with plenty of potential general classification ramifications on the 196.1 kilometre trek from Urdax-Dantxarinea to Aubisque-Gourette. Join The Roar for live coverage from 10pm (AEST).
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The longest stage of the race awaits the peloton on stage 13. A very lumpy profile with four categorised climbs lays ahead today which should see a breakaway fight for the stage victory.
Riders will be flirting with the northern coastline of Spain on today’s Stage 12 as the hunt for red at the 2016 Vuelta a Espana continues. Join The Roar from 11pm (AEST) for all the live race highlights and updates.
Before they can enjoy the first rest day of La Vuelta a Espana 2016 the peloton must first overcome a challenging summit finish on Lagos de Covadonga. Can new race leader David de la Cruz successfully defend his red jersey? Join The Roar for live updates and commentary from 11pm (AEST). Measuring 188.7 kilometres in […]
Stage 9 of the Vuelta a Espana finds the riders hitting another finish on the climb on a relatively short day in the saddle. Join The Roar from 11pm (AEST) for all the live race highlights and updates.
Darwin Atapuma will look to continue his stranglehold on the red jersey on Stage 8 of the Vuelta a Espana, but that will require him to climb with the best of them on the 181.5 kilometre journey to the brutal Alto de la Camperona. Join The Roar for live coverage from 10:45pm (AEST).
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Another punishing day of climbing awaits the peloton on Stage 7 with three categorised climbs and many uncategorised lumps to contend with. Join The Roar for live coverage of the 2016 Vuelta a Espana from 11pm (AEST).
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