Tuesday, September 12th

Tuesday, October 17th Conference Tour de France 2018

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Wednesday, July 26th

A palette of colours …

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Tuesday, July 25th

Chris Froome, the go-between

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Monday, July 24th

Last sprint for Groenewegen, Froome wins his fourth Tour

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Lilian Calmejane: “I'm true to my words”

interview03.07.2017Stage 3- Verviers / Longwy

“I promised at the start of the Tour that I'd ride offensively and I'm glad I was true to my words today. I attacked instinctively from the bunch when I realized the breakaway was going nowhere. Once we were nine at the front, Adam Hansen and Romain Sicard sacrificed themselves for Thomas De Gendt and myself. We would have needed a great De Gendt for taking the breakaway further but with the headwind and because the peloton was full of resources, I had very few chances to succeed.”

  • Peter Sagan meets the expectations

    A hot favourite for the uphill finish in Longwy as the Tour de France returned to France, Peter Sagan claimed his eighth stage victory since he made his debut in the event in 2012. He outsprinted arch-rival Michael Matthews who came second to him in the 2015 world championship. Geraint Thomas retained the yellow jersey while Chris Froome moved up to second in the overall ranking.

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Stage 3 Verviers / Longwy

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