Stage summary21.07.2013 in 22:53Froome: champion of the 100th Tour!
He was the dominant force in the 100th Tour de France and even though Christopher Froome lost 53 seconds to the winner of the final stage and 43 seconds to his nearest rival in the general classification, the Sky team sealed its second successive victory in the Tour de France at the end of the evening spectacle on the streets of Paris. The finish was around 9.40pm in the city of lights and the stars came out to shine: the four at the top of the sprinters classification had a drag race to the...read more
interview21.07.2013 in 23:13Nairo Quintana: What I achieved is the result of lots of work
In his first Tour de France, Nairo Quintana was the second-best in general classification, the winner of the youth classification and the King of the Mountains...read more
interview21.07.2013 in 23:07Peter Sagan: "We will see what happens in the future..."
After another successful campaign for the green jersey, Peter Sagan is satisfied even if he rates the 2012 Tours a «a little bit better»...read more
interview21.07.2013 in 23:01Marcel Kittel: We had way more than we expected...
Marcel Kittel won four stages in his second Tour de France. The German was lost for words at the finish but then he managed to find some and describe how it was that he and Argos-Shimano achieved such success in 2013.read more
interview21.07.2013 in 22:52Chris Froome: "This is one yellow jersey that will stand the test of time"
The winner of the 100th Tour de France is generally a very articulate but he stepped onto the podium with a prepared speech in which he dedicated the win to his late mother and thanked his friends and family. Here are some comments from the champion...read more
Sporting stakes20.07.2013 in 19:06Froome waits for his crown on a night for the sprinters
The 100th Tour de France requires a fitting finale and the city of lights will be lit up for an evening showdown for the sprinters for a stage that begins at 5.45pm and is expected to conclude at around 9.30pm. The race from Versailles to Paris is 133.5km long and features 10 laps of a circuit up and down the Champs-Elysées. The traditional circuit features an innovation never before done since the race first concluded on this famous avenue in 1975: instead of turning in front of the Arc de...read more
Jersey wearers after the stage 14
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Will Chris Froome lose some of the advantage he holds over his GC rivals in stage 14?