Spanish cyclist Alberto Contador is targeting a third Tour de France victory in 2017 with his new American … More »Cycling-Contador banks on team work to challenge Sky
Alberto Contador is targeting a third Tour de France victory in 2017 with his new team Trek-Segafredo … More »Cycling - Contador banks on teamwork to challenge Sky
Three-times champion Chris Froome fears next year's Tour de France could lack excitement with few chances … More »Cycling-Froome says 2017 Tour route may lack big GC battles
Announced this week, the 2017 Tour de France route contains fewer but steeper climbs and only 36 time … More »Cycling - Blazin' Saddles: Can someone different win the 2017 Tour de France?
(Adds quotes, official statement, changes dateline) LONDON, Oct 21 (Reuters) - Ian Drake, the man who … More »Cycling-Top British official Drake to step down in 2017
By Ian Ransom MELBOURNE, Oct 21 (Reuters) - Australian pro cycling team Orica-BikeExchange believes … More »Cycling-Orica-BikeExchange buoyed by 2017 Tour route
Ian Drake, the man who has presided over a golden era for British Cycling, is to step down as chief executive … More »Cycling-Top British official Drake to step down in 2017
Adam Yates (Orica- BikeExchange) kept his cards close to his chest throughout this year’s Tour de France … More »Tour de France - Adam Yates: I've the confidence for another top Tour de France
* Organisers want to favour long-range attacks * It's quite a challenge, says defending champion Froome … More »Cycling-Next year's Tour to favour aggressive riders
By Julien Pretot PARIS, Oct 18 (Reuters) - Organisers have unveiled a route for the 2017 Tour de France … More »Cycling-Next year's Tour to favour aggressive riders
Organisers have unveiled a route for the 2017 Tour de France featuring early climbs in a bid to limit … More »Tour de France - Next year's Tour to favour aggressive riders as route is unveiled
Team Sky may have pushed rules "to the very limit" in the matter of Therapeutic Use Exemptions(TUEs), … More »Cycling-UCI president criticises Team Sky's handling of TUEs
Team Sky boss David Brailsford has said his handling of allegations of wrongdoings within British Cycling … More »Cycling-Team Sky boss rues 'stupid' handling of team crisis
* Crosswinds split peloton early in the race * Germany and France trapped behind * Three world champions … More »Cycling-Sagan retains world title after perfect ride
International Cycling Union (UCI) president Brian Cookson has said he would be surprised if an investigation … More »Cycling-UCI boss backs British cycling ahead of anti-doping probe
Bradley Wiggins' therapeutic use exemption which allowed him to use an otherwise banned drug was ethically … More »Cycling-Roche questions Wiggins use of TUEs, wants system review
(Adds British Cycling statement) LONDON, Oct 7 (Reuters) - British Cycling is cooperating fully with … More »Cycling-UK Anti-Doping investigating 'allegations of wrongdoing'
Britain's anti-doping agency UKAD said on Friday it was investigating "allegations of wrongdoing within … More »Cycling-UK Anti-Doping investigating 'allegations of wrongdoing'
A former team mate of Bradley Wiggins has called into question the British rider's use of a therapeutic … More »Cycling-Former Wiggins team mate questions timing of TUEs
By Julien Pretot PARIS, Sept 29 (Reuters) - With scandal after scandal rocking the world of sport, cycling … More »Cycling no longer the black sheep, says Tour de France director
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) on Wednesday defended the Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE) system … More »Doping-WADA defends TUE system after leaked data
Tour de France champion Chris Froome has posted a statement on social media in which he blasts sports … More »Cycling - Froome's scathing attack on 'abuse' of TUEs in wake of Wiggins interview
* Brailsford defends Wiggins and Team Sky * Sky 'do not cross the line', says Briton (Adds more detail) … More »Cycling-Team Sky boss Brailsford defends Wiggins
Tour de France winner Bradley Wiggins did not use a medical exemption to gain a performance boost before … More »Cycling - Team Sky boss Brailsford defends Wiggins