News - 16/08 - 23:29

The Tour de France pays tribute to Felice Gimondi, one of its youngest winners

Before Egan Bernal, Felice Gimondi was the youngest cyclist to have brought the Maillot Jaune to Paris, at the age of 22 years, 9 months and 15 days, precisely three months more than the Colombian. The Italian remained the precocious winner of the 1965 Tour de France, a race he wasn’t supposed to take part in. The man, as much as the rider, was classy. He passed away at...

News - 31/07 - 14:09

Thrills throughout the peloton…

The 2019 Tour de France podium, with the youngest winner of the Yellow Jersey in the history of the race, Egan Bernal, ahead of his Ineos team mate Geraint Thomas and Dutchman Steven Kruijswijk, was constructed throughout three weeks of twists and turns. Julian Alaphilippe’s long period in yellow of added unexpected excitement, as did Thibault Pinot’s dazzling display...

News - 29/07 - 18:03

Bernal, phenomenal!

There was probably no better ending to the celebrations of the 100 years of the yellow jersey than the youngest ever to wear it in Paris and start a new era in the chronicle of the Tour de France. Egan Bernal, 22, also made history for becoming the first Colombian to win the overall classification and please a cycling mad country.

“This is not...

Interview - 28/07 - 22:44

Romain Bardet: "The symbol of the kind of cycling I like"

“It’s a happy end and a good lesson to know that I can make it up for my failures. The polka dot jersey is the symbol of the kind of cycling I like and the Tour de France I’ve loved as a kid. I’m proud to have it on the Champs-Elysées. A bit of luck was needed and I got some in the last mountain stage. A couple of years ago, I lost the polka dot...

Interview - 28/07 - 22:31

Peter Sagan: "I'm glad I'm making history at the Tour de France"

“I’m very happy about this seventh green jersey. I’m also surprised. Every year I come back to try my best. The first green jersey was a big surprise because I came to win some stage but the green jersey came together with the wins. The second time it was the 100th Tour and I had the green jersey again. After that, it started to be easier or let say more under...

Interview - 28/07 - 21:44

Egan Bernal: "Colombia deserves this"

“It’s incredible, I don’t know what to say. I’ve won the Tour but I don’t manage to believe it. I need a couple of days to assimilate all this. It’s for my family and I just want to hug them. It’s a feeling of happiness that I don’t know how to describe it. This is the first Tour for us, Colombians. Many Colombians have tried before,...

Interview - 28/07 - 21:39

Caleb Ewan: "My second half of the Tour has been unbelievable"

“It’s unbelievable. Just to roll down the Champs-Elysées is such a surreal feeling! The Tour de France started up quite slow for me. I thought I was not going to make it but the second half of the race has been incredibly successful for me. It was quite a messy sprint today. I was quite far back. I waited and I just ran out of wheel. I went to the right hand...

The stage film - 28/07 - 21:33

Egan & Ewan

It’s youth on power for the 100 years of the yellow jersey as Australian Tour de France debutant Caleb Ewan claimed his third stage win on the Champs-Elysées and 22 year old Egan Bernal became the first ever Colombian winner.

Omar Fraile, first on the attack

155 riders took the start of stage 21 in Rambouillet. Yellow jersey holder Egan Bernal had his...

Newsflashes - 28/07 - 21:23

Egan Bernal wins the 106th Tour de France

1. Egan  Bernal

2. Geraint Thomas 

3. Steven Kruijswijk  

4. Emanuel Buchmann 

5. Julian Alaphilippe 

Newsflashes - 28/07 - 21:19

Third stage win for Caleb Ewan

1. Caleb Ewan

2. Dylan Groenewegen

3. Niccolo Bonifazio

4. Max Richeze

5. Edvald Boasson Hagen

 

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