Cyclist Dygert after bloody crash: 'I'll be back'
American cyclist Chloe Dygert had surgery for a severe laceration on her left leg after her crash at the road cycling world championships. She is expected to make a full recovery.
U.S. cyclist Dygert crashes, out of road worlds
Time trial world champion Chloe Dygert crashed out in the UCI world championships after crashing into and toppling over a roadside barrier in the individual time trial.
Pogacar, 21, 2nd youngest to win Tour de France
Tour de France rookie Tadej Pogacar is the second youngest to win the event and the youngest since World War II.
Pogacar surges to take Tour de France lead
In an incredible climax to the Tour de France, Tadej Pogacar crushed fellow Slovenian Primoz Roglic in the last stage Saturday before the finish in Paris, all but guaranteeing that he'll win the title at cycling's greatest race.
Andersen wins his second Tour de France stage
Denmark's Soren Kragh Andersen won Stage 19 of the Tour de France, his second victory at this year's event.
Roglic retains Tour de France yellow jersey
Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic safely negotiated the last truly mountainous stage of this year's Tour de France, moving a big step closer to adding what would be his first Tour win to the Spanish Vuelta title he conquered last year.
Lopez wins toughest stage; Roglic extends lead
Miguel Angel Lopez finished 15 seconds ahead of Primoz Roglic, who still extended his overall lead to 57 seconds, to win the toughest mountain stage of the Tour de France.
Defending champion Bernal out of Tour de France
Defending Tour de France champion Egan Bernal has pulled out of the race ahead of a mammoth stage in the Alps, his Ineos Grenadiers team said Wednesday.
Kamna wins first Alps stage, Roglic still in lead
German rider Lennard Kamna won the first Alpine stage of the Tour de France on Tuesday, but Primoz Roglic remains in the lead.
Pogacar wins Stage 15 at Tour, Roglic retains lead
Tadej Pogacar won Stage 15 of the Tour de France on a brutal final climb Sunday as his fellow Slovenian Primoz Roglic retained the yellow jersey and last year's winner Egan Bernal dropped out of contention.
Andersen wins Stage 14; Roglic keeps Tour lead
Soren Kragh Andersen won Stage 14 on Saturday as Primoz Roglic, the overall leader in the Tour de France, had a drama-free day to keep the yellow jersey he claimed last Sunday.
Fans banned from Tour as COVID-19 rises
Tour de France organisers ASO announced they will reinforce measures drawn up for a no-spectator line 300 metres from the finish line as the Tour enters French COVID-19 "red zones."
Neilson Powless makes history as the first Native American cyclist to ride in the Tour de France
Neilson Powless' participation -- and success -- in the Tour de France is a far bigger story than one athlete making his dream come true. He is creating opportunities that have never existed before for future cyclists.
Roglic extends Tour lead in punishing Stage 13
Primoz Roglic extended his lead in the Tour de France and Daniel Martinez won the intense Stage 13.
Tour de France rookie Hirschi wins longest stage
Swiss cyclist Marc Hirschi, a Tour de France rookie, powered away on the Suc au May climb to win Stage 12 -- the tour's longest stage at 135 miles. Overall leader Primoz Roglic still has a 21-second margin over Egan Bernal.
Monday testing to serve as reset for Tour teams
The four Tour de France teams that lost staff members to positive COVID-19 tests this week won't automatically be sent home if another staff member tests positive, the race organizer said Thursday.
Tour riders cleared of virus; Bennett wins stage
Tour de France riders passed coronavirus tests only to endure numerous crashes along the Atlantic coastline when the race resumed Tuesday.
Remaining 166 Tour riders cleared to continue
Tour de France organizers said riders' tests came back negative for the coronavirus, but the race director Christian Prudhomme tested positive along with four staff members from four different teams.
Roglic takes yellow jersey, Pogacar wins Stage 9
Primoz Roglic seized the race leader's yellow jersey, but it was Tadej Pogacar that claimed Stage 9 despite an impressive effort from Marc Hirschi.
Peters wins Tour de France Stage 8 in Pyrenees
On a day of mixed feelings for the home nation, rookie Nans Peters won the eighth stage of the Tour de France following a long breakaway in the Pyrenees, while fellow Frenchman Thibaut Pinot saw his hopes of winning the race vanish.
Van Aert wins Stage 7; Yates still leads Tour
The most furious day of racing so far at the Tour de France produced multiple winners Friday.
Alexey Lutsenko gets 1st Tour de France victory
Kazakh rider Alexey Lutsenko won his first stage in his fifth Tour de France with a solo effort up Mont Aigoual on Thursday.
Alaphilippe stripped of yellow jersey by Tour jury
Tour de France leader Julian Alaphilippe was stripped of the yellow jersey on Wednesday after being handed a time penalty for illegally receiving provisions near the end of Stage 5.
Cycling worlds moved after Swiss host backs out
Due to a government ruling limiting mass gatherings amid the pandemic, the road cycling world champions have been moved from Switzerland to Italy.
Roglic wins first climb of Tour, ascends to third
Primoz Roglic, the Spanish Vuelta champion, won a sprint to secure his third career stage at the Tour de France and move into third overall behind Julian Alaphilippe and Adam Yates.
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