'Jumbo Visma have been successful only in starting fan conflicts and causing a huge upset on social media, all at the expense of one of their most valuable assets and the reputation of one of the most beloved athletes in the peloton,' writes Kate Wagner.
Commentary: Is Primož Roglič pushing himself too far at Vuelta a España after Tour de France injuries?
The Slovenian is preparing for a bid to take his fourth Vuelta just weeks after breaking two vertebrae.
Alleged Russian hackers, doping raids, Twitter beef, a Bahrain Victorious osteopath: The most bizarre story from this year’s Tour de France
What started as something that was pretty straightforward branched out, thanks to the absurdity proffered by the Internet, into a sprawling online conflict whose roots date all the way back to the mid-2010s.
Lessons from Slovenia: Either Jumbo-Visma trust Roglič or Vingegaard to win the Tour de France, or they don’t
Tadej Pogačar and his team has no distractions heading into the Tour de France, while Jumbo-Visma are chasing too many goals, writes Kate Wagner.
Pogačar wins final stage and secures GC of Tour of Slovenia to set the tone for Tour de France defense next month.
Tour of Slovenia: UAE Team Emirates and Jumbo-Visma remain on a collision course for the Tour de France
Rafal Majka and Tadej Pogačar go one-two in the mountains, just like Primož Roglič and Jonas Vingegaard did at the Dauphiné.
Slovenian takes stage 3 win and the race lead but COVID-19 cases at UAE Team Emirates takes some of the joy away.
BikeExchange-Jayco sprinter shows off top speed in the lead up to the Tour de France.
Majka takes the stage as the Tour de France favorite eliminates all but one of his GC rivals.
'Jumbo showed that they are really strong. Jonas and Primož they went really, really strong on the climbs. For sure it was some sort of statement, some reference,' says Tour de France favorite.
Australian takes the stage win on a key GC day that sees Simon Yates drop out of contention.
Lotto-Soudal rider wins from four-rider sprint.
Could Vingegaard take over the leadership role in the summer or will Roglič return to his best after muscle injury during the spring?
A look at the buildup to the cobbled monument that finishes in a velodrome after taking on 55km of cobbles in the men's ‘Hell of the North.'
Tadej Pogačar revives tradition of grand tour winners as serious cobbled classics contenders.
Kate Wagner picks apart the key moments from a gripping edition of the 'Race to the Sun'.
A look at what drives athletes to dope and what could be done to circumvent riders from considering the action.