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Bardet: It's a miracle I'm still in the Tour de France

For Romain Bardet, it really was a Sunday in Hell at the Tour de France. The AG2R La Mondiale leader was shaking his head well before the end of the stage, and once across the sanctuary of the finish line, he fell to the floor and sat slumped against the roadside barriers, his face covered in dirt. He wouldnt have looked out of place in the middle of the famous Roubaix velodrome – a matter of metres away – on the second Sunday of April. The puppet masters pulling the strings of fortune took lit...


Peter Sagan: I was too far back on the final sector of cobbles

Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe) was a top pick for the win on the pavé on Sundays cobbled ninth stage of the Tour de France, but only finished fifth, 19 seconds down on winner John Degenkolb (Trek-Segafredo). The world champion started the final sector of pavé too far back, he said, and then it was too late to chase. What happened when Degenkolb, yellow jersey Greg Van Avermaet (BMC Racing) and Quick-Steps Yves Lampaert got away on the final section of cobblestones What happened is that they just...


BMC Racing vow to fight on despite Porte crashing out

The BMC Racing team suffered a Sunday in Hell on stage 9 of the Tour de France, with Richie Porte crashing out and Tejay van Garderen losing five minutes. But on a happier note, Greg Van Avermaet extended his overall race lead to 43 seconds over Team Skys Geraint Thomas, while the Belgian is also expected to confirm that hell stay with the team in 2019 as part of a team-saving merger with CCC Sprandi secured by manager Jim Ochowicz. Van Avermaet was disappointed not to win the stage while wear...


Cobbles cause chaos at the Tour de France but GC battle remains perfectly poised

The medical bulletin issued after stage 9 of the Tour de France included a long list of riders who were injured on the cobbles and roads of northern France, but offered little detail of the enormous physical battering the riders endured on the 15 sectors of cobbles that so shaped the stage and brought so much drama. The faces of the riders offered far more detail, revealing the inner pain and suffering sparked by the cobbled farm tracks of northern France. The riders really were the forçats de ...


Tour de France: Movistar look to the mountains after exceeding expectations on the cobbles

Alls well that ends well. As far as sending three climbers over the cobblestones of northern France goes, Movistar couldnt have asked for much more from stage 9 of the Tour de France. Granted, Mikel Landa crashed and was forced into a long chase, but limiting his damage to just seven seconds allowed the Spanish team to revel in a team performance that far exceeded expectations. Many feared for the Spanish team. Alejandro Valverde is an all-terrain rider and showed this spring he can handle cobb...


Tour de France: Hayman enjoys Roubaix cobbles but questions their inclusion in the Tour

Former Paris-Roubaix winner Mathew Hayman (Mitchelton-Scott) relished a day on the cobbles during the Tour de France but while the Classics specialist may have repeated his 2016 success if riding alone, looking after teammate and general classification hopeful Adam Yates was the priority for the day. The 40-year-old Australian looked at home covered in dust and sweat outside the Mitchelton-Scott team bus immediately after the stage, just metres away from the famous Roubaix velodrome and was cle...


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Bardet: It's a miracle I'm still in the Tour de France

For Romain Bardet, it really was a Sunday in Hell at the Tour de France. The AG2R La Mondiale leader was shaking his head well before the end of the stage, and once across the sanctuary of the finish line, he fell to the floor and sat slumped against the roadside barriers, his face covered in dirt. He wouldnt have looked out of place in the middle of the famous Roubaix velodrome – a matter of metres away – on the second Sunday of April. The puppet masters pulling the strings of fortune took lit...


Peter Sagan: I was too far back on the final sector of cobbles

Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe) was a top pick for the win on the pavé on Sundays cobbled ninth stage of the Tour de France, but only finished fifth, 19 seconds down on winner John Degenkolb (Trek-Segafredo). The world champion started the final sector of pavé too far back, he said, and then it was too late to chase. What happened when Degenkolb, yellow jersey Greg Van Avermaet (BMC Racing) and Quick-Steps Yves Lampaert got away on the final section of cobblestones What happened is that they just...


BMC Racing vow to fight on despite Porte crashing out

The BMC Racing team suffered a Sunday in Hell on stage 9 of the Tour de France, with Richie Porte crashing out and Tejay van Garderen losing five minutes. But on a happier note, Greg Van Avermaet extended his overall race lead to 43 seconds over Team Skys Geraint Thomas, while the Belgian is also expected to confirm that hell stay with the team in 2019 as part of a team-saving merger with CCC Sprandi secured by manager Jim Ochowicz. Van Avermaet was disappointed not to win the stage while wear...


Cobbles cause chaos at the Tour de France but GC battle remains perfectly poised

The medical bulletin issued after stage 9 of the Tour de France included a long list of riders who were injured on the cobbles and roads of northern France, but offered little detail of the enormous physical battering the riders endured on the 15 sectors of cobbles that so shaped the stage and brought so much drama. The faces of the riders offered far more detail, revealing the inner pain and suffering sparked by the cobbled farm tracks of northern France. The riders really were the forçats de ...


Tour de France: Movistar look to the mountains after exceeding expectations on the cobbles

Alls well that ends well. As far as sending three climbers over the cobblestones of northern France goes, Movistar couldnt have asked for much more from stage 9 of the Tour de France. Granted, Mikel Landa crashed and was forced into a long chase, but limiting his damage to just seven seconds allowed the Spanish team to revel in a team performance that far exceeded expectations. Many feared for the Spanish team. Alejandro Valverde is an all-terrain rider and showed this spring he can handle cobb...


Tour de France: Hayman enjoys Roubaix cobbles but questions their inclusion in the Tour

Former Paris-Roubaix winner Mathew Hayman (Mitchelton-Scott) relished a day on the cobbles during the Tour de France but while the Classics specialist may have repeated his 2016 success if riding alone, looking after teammate and general classification hopeful Adam Yates was the priority for the day. The 40-year-old Australian looked at home covered in dust and sweat outside the Mitchelton-Scott team bus immediately after the stage, just metres away from the famous Roubaix velodrome and was cle...


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