Landa swapping Team Sky for Movistar
Team Sky's Mikel Landa is to switch to the rival Movistar team after signing a two-year contract.
Froome: I have unfinished business with Vuelta.
After finishing second on three occasions, Chris Froome has his eyes on the prize at the Vuelta a España.
Froome has 'unfinished business' at Vuelta
The reigning Tour de France champion is aiming to become just the third rider in history to win the Tour and the Vuelta a Espana in the same season.
Team Sky's Rowe breaks leg on stag do
Team Sky's Luke Rowe faces a lengthy absence after suffering a broken leg while white water rafting on his brother's stag do.
London is the greatest sporting city on the planet
Move over Liverpool, London is the greatest sporting city on the planet -- and here's why.
Liverpool wins UK's Greatest Sporting City
Liverpool has ranked as the UK's Greatest Sporting City for 2017, according to research from ESPN and the University of Bath.
Contador to retire after Vuelta a Espana.
34 year-old Spaniard Alberto Contador, winner of two Tour de France titles and seven 'Grand Tour' crowns overall, announced that the upcoming Vuelta a Espana will be his last race as a professional cyclist.
Contador to retire after Vuelta a Espana
Alberto Contador has announced he will retire from professional cycling following the Vuelta a Espana.
Froome targets Vuelta a Espana after TDF win
Tour de France champion Chris Froome is bidding to become the first rider in 22 years to win both the Tour and the Vuelta a Espana in the same year.
Chris Froome is still unflappable, and other things we learned
This year's Tour de France featured big names crashing out, a controversial expulsion and a build up of suspense as the stages went by. Here are our five takeaways from the three-week drama.
The race that kept everyone guessing
The biggest stars crashed out of the Tour de France stage after stage, but one thing remained steady throughout: Britain's Chris Froome. Here's how the race unfolded, ushering the defending champ to his fourth Tour win.
Tour de France: Froome takes 4th title in Paris
Riding a bright yellow bike to match his shiny leader's jersey, defending champion Chris Froome won his fourth and most challenging Tour de France title on Sunday.
Froome can celebrate after toughest test yet
Chris Froome warned this year's Tour de France would be his toughest yet, and as he prepares to celebrate victory in Paris he has been proven right.
Froome set for fourth Tour de France win
Chris Froome has virtually sealed a fourth Tour de France victory on the penultimate stage, stamping his authority on the race in a time trial in Marseille streets.
Cyclist Michael Matthews shows up big for Australia
For the past 20 years, the Tour de France has been good to Australia, with Robbie McEwen claiming the green jersey three times and Cadel Evans taking the title in 2011. Michael Matthews is doing what he can to pick up where they left off.
Boasson Hagen wins, Froome holds yellow
Edvald Boasson Hagen won stage 19 of the Tour de France as Chris Froome crossed safely in the pack to retain the yellow jersey with two stages to go.
Froome: Uran is biggest threat to yellow jersey
Chris Froome closes in on fourth Tour de France title while French rider Warren Barguil wins stage 18.
How will the Tour de France podium look when it's all done?
There hasn't been anything particularly thrilling about Chris Froome's performance. But his consistency has almost guaranteed him his fourth title. How will things shake out behind the defending champ?
Meintjes vs. Yates -- How alive is the battle for white?
Thursday's Tour de France Stage 18, which will finish atop the brutal Col d'Izoard, is billed as the decisive battle between Kenyan-born race leader Chris Froome and his title rivals, but the head-to-head for the white jersey is also red hot.
Kittel inconsolable after abandoning Tour
Marcel Kittel stated he was "inconsolable" after having to withdraw from the Tour de France on Stage 17 on Thursday following a crash.
The difference of a year for U.S. cyclist Nate Brown
Last year at this time Nate Brown was on a couch, taking care of his girlfriend who had a life-threatening condition. Now in the final week of the Tour de France, he has her support in France -- and a nice standing with Cannondale-Drapac.
Froome tightens grip on yellow, Kittel crashes
Primoz Roglic won stage 17 of the Tour de France to Serre-Chevalier as Chris Froome finished third to tighten his grip on the yellow jersey.
Tour de France 2017: Froome consolidates yellow
Romain Bardet closed the gap on Chris Froome to 23 seconds in the race for the yellow jersey as Warren Barguil won stage 18 to secure the King of the Mountains jersey.
The science behind Africa's team and the Cavendish comeback
From developing African cycling champions to shaping Mark Cavendish's inspiring comeback from the Epstein-Barr virus, Team Dimension Data's sports scientists share some exclusive insider tips.
Tour de France 2017: Kittel abandons tour
Green jersey holder Marcel Kittel has abandoned the Tour de France after crashing during the first climb of Stage 17 in the Alps.
World-record signing Neymar sat down with ESPN's Natalie Gedra to explain why he chose to swap Barcelona for Paris.
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