American Andrew Talansky rides to a fifth-place finish in Spain, the best grand tour result of his career.
A satisfied Chris Froome admitted the “ambush at Formigal” probably cost him an elusive Vuelta a España crown, but he won’t let that
After falling to fourth overall, Alberto Contador said he was hoping Movistar would help him on the Vuelta's final mountain day.
Nairo Quintana takes a 1:23 lead into the Vuelta's final day, and he'll likely be crowned the overall winner in Madrid.
No matter happens Saturday, it’s been a tremendous Vuelta, and should be a fitting finale to what’s been a great race between Froome
Sammy Sanchez crashed hard during the stage 19 time trial, while Andrew Talansky jumped into 5th place overall.
Nairo Quintana faces two final Vuelta challenges: A flat time trial, and a brutal mountain stage. Can he fend off Chris Froome and win his
Sky's Ian Boswell explains what happened in the Vuelta's decisive stage 15, when Chris Froome lost big time in the overall, and 80 riders
On one hand, Andrew Talansky steadily rides himself into striking distance of the Vuelta top-five. On the other, Tejay van Garderen
IAM Cycling is folding at the end of 2016, but the team is pedaling out of the peloton with its head held high after two wins in the Vuelta