With reporting by Jim Freibert, special to Cyclists International May 24, 2016 Many of you may be wondering who Julian Alaphillipe is, the new 23-year-old winner the 2016 Amgen Tour of California. Where did this guy come from? If you…
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Pro-cyclists and their teams are likely watching with a certain amount of “I told you so,” as other sports and events like soccer, the Olympics and world championships are catching up–and just barely–to ridding their events of cheaters.
Dr. Pierre Sallet who opened the possibility that Chris Froome cheated to get his yellow jersey is listed as a doctor of philosophy on the Internet, though his organization says his degree is in physiology.
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July 26, 2015 – Tour de France – Stage 21- Sèvres – Grand Paris Seine Ouest / Paris Champs-Élysées (Final Stage) Chris Froome (Team Sky) was declared the winner of the Tour de France today: It was the second time…
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The Shark of Messina attacked when Chris Froome, who is currently leading the Tour, caught a stone in his gears, and had to stop on the climb up the Col de la Croix de Fer. it makes one think that the man’s nickname, the Shark, fits quite well after all.
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July 18, 2015 – Overall individual time classification- Top 17 positions Results after stage 14 Total distance covered:2270.8 KM RANK RIDER RIDER NO. TEAM TIMES GAP 1 GBRFROOME Christopher 31 TEAM SKY 56h 02′ 19” 2 COLQUINTANA ROJAS Nairo Alexander…
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Joaquim “Purito” Rodriguez made his way to the front of a break, passed the world champion Michal Kwiatkowski, and won his third stage of the Tour de France on the steepest climb of the Pyrenees today.
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After a day of repeated heroic breakaways it was a young Polish rider Rafal Majka who rode 110 km in front to triumph over 6 mountains–including the highest in the Tour this year, the Col de Tourmalet– to become the winner of stage 11.