A cruel time to quit the race for Israel-Premier Tech's Canadian climber. The team will race into Paris with four riders.
Gerry Ryan guarantees backing for the men's and women's teams through 2025 to assure the future of the Australian WorldTour team.
Look out for Wout van Aert, Fabio Jakobsen and Dylan Groenewegen vying for the Superbowl of sprints in iconic Paris circuit-race.
Geraint Thomas: Ineos Grenadiers saw me as a ‘Sepp Kuss mountain domestique’ before the Tour de France
A podium finish for Thomas defies his team's expectations.
Tadej Pogačar vows to return to Tour de France motivated and mistake-free: ‘This is going to make me hungrier’
Pogačar already relishing future rivalry with Tour de France foe Vingegaard: 'I like challenges. I saw a really big challenge this year in Jonas'
Wout van Aert turns sour after questions over performance: 'I don’t even want to answer this question, it's such a shit question.'
Jumbo-Visma rider answers question in his press conference about why the public should believe in his overall victory.
Bora-Hansgrohe man is big GC mover, leapfrogging Quintana and Meintjes to achieve his ‘minimum’ pre-race aim after rollercoaster three weeks.
Jonas Vingegaard finishes second to all but wrap up the overall victory ahead of Sunday's final stage in Paris.
Jumbo-Visma domestique's departure leaves team of race leader Jonas Vingegaard down to five riders.
The Trek-Segafredo rider powered into five breakaway efforts and tried a few more times that didn't stick in his Tour debut.
Caleb Ewan is first at 13h05 (CET), while Jonas Vingegaard rolls down the ramp as the last rider at 17h00 (CET).
Belgian rider says he was caught out by race-winning move of Christophe Laporte.
Here's where things stand in the races for yellow, green, white, and KoM jerseys after 19 stages of this year's Tour.
'We know that with Caleb we have one of the fastest in the peloton. Even if the two crashes have impacted him,' says team boss.
Küng is one of the most sought after riders on the WorldTour transfer market.
Fabio Jakobsen didn't win the Tour's uphill sprint Friday. But he's hoping on three key things to deliver him a VIP victory in Paris on Sunday.
Team boss highlights the three main reasons why Pogačar failed to win the Tour de France.
Tour de France: Christophe Laporte final kilometer attack was not ‘part of the plan’ but racer’s instinct
The Frenchman jumped out of the bunch in the final kilometer to steal an impressive solo win.
The Jumbo-Visma rider secures France's first win at the 2022 Tour de France.
Australian sprinter is lanterne rouge in a race he wasn’t sure he’d be able to finish.
No 2020 repeat? Jumbo-Visma, Jonas Vingegarad leave no stone unturned for Tour de France decider on Saturday.
Mas is the second rider from Movistar to leave the race with the virus.
Mauro Gianetti congratulates Jonas Vingegaard and thanks the Dane for the sporting gesture to wait for the fallen Pogačar.
Exclusive interview with the former Tour de France winner on his status within the team, proving doubters wrong, and his best numbers ever.
Last chance saloon for many teams who haven't won yet; we could see a 'breakaway world championships' as the race leaves the Pyrenees.
Fabio Jakobsen masters mountains, defeats timecut at Tour de France: ‘I have to tell myself I never give up’
Quick-Step sprint star completes final mountain stage of Tour de France with four minutes to spare before resetting for two sprints to come.
'We’ve got a couple of guys who can climb similar speeds. I think that Egan can climb at that rate,' says deputy team principal.
With two rivals close behind Colombian rider pledges to remain focused in final three stages.
Ineos Grenadiers and EF Education–EasyPost both got refreshed and optimized chains for cycling’s biggest race.
Groupama-FDJ leader saves best till last and is on track for France’s best Tour finish since 2017 after putting more than two minutes into rival Quintana.
The German rider misses out by just eight points after Vingegaard takes the stage win.
Two-time defending champion tips his hat to his Danish rival: 'In the end, Jonas was really, really strong on the final climb.'
The Ineos Grenadiers rider says he'd had enough of the Pogačar and Vingegaard attacks when he went off the front on the Spandelles.
Niermann responds to criticism of team's green and yellow jersey plans and lauds Vingegaard as 'the best climber in the world right now.'
Jonas Vingegaard waited for Tadej Pogačar after a last-descent crash and then widened his grip on the yellow jersey.
Tour de France: Tadej Pogačar crashes on descent and Jonas Vingegaard waits: ‘We respect each other a lot’
Rather than keep pressing the action, the yellow jersey soft-pedaled until his direct GC rival was able to regain contact.
New Zealand rider and Nils Eekhoff both fall at pinch point along course.
Frenchman still searching for form, says he was far from his usual level on Wednesday.
McNulty's comments reveal Pogačar didn't have the legs to attack Vingegaard on the final climb.
David Gaudu in fierce fight for fourth at Tour de France: ‘Quintana didn’t give me a turn, he attacked me’
Four seconds separate the Groupama-FDJ climber from his Colombian rival ahead of stage 18. For Gaudu, the mental side is crucial.
Only four teams among the 22 starters still have all eight original riders remaining in the race.
Tour de Hoody: Across this Tour de France, US and Canadian riders are attacking and delivering results unseen by North American riders in decades.
Thursday's 18th stage features two hors catégorie climbs, including the summit finish on Hautacam, with a first category slope sandwiched in between.
The Dane will need to stand up to one more serious challenge from Pogačar.
Tour de France: Don’t write Tadej Pogačar off but he was the weakest link in the UAE offensive on stage 17
The defending champion hasn't landed a single blow on Jonas Vingegaard and has just two days to realistically crack him.
Tour de France: Brandon McNulty named most aggressive rider after helping Tadej Pogačar to stage win
The American helped pace Tadej Pogačar for most of the final 30 kilometers, setting up the Slovenian for the stage victory.
Dutch sprinter slumps against barriers after battle to stay in the race.
Thomas limits his loses to the top two as Adam Yates struggles through illness and drops three places in the GC.
Adam Yates and Tom Pidcock drop down the overall standings as Romain Bardet bounces back to sixth overall.
Brandon McNulty rode at the front to blow up the peloton and crossed the line third to win the most combative prize.
Jumbo-Visma's green machine mathematically safe in points classification after stage 17 intermediate sprint. If he completes race, he’ll win his first 'maillot vert.'
Rejigged prime system and aggressive racing by breakaway riders change dynamics of best climber's competition.
Australian sprinter looks destined to stay with Lotto-Soudal but says he wants to strengthen his leadout train.
The Colombian climber confirmed he's back in top shape after taking antibiotics to step back into key helper role just in time for the Pyrénées.
UAE Emirates on the ropes after loss of fourth rider as pressure mounts on Tadej Pogačar; Tim Wellens latest to leave with COVID-19.
Dropped on Mur de Péguère, Team DSM leader falls from fourth to ninth overall after stage 16 sufferings.
The 'wild west' feel of the Pyrénées serves up the unpredictability and explosiveness the waning days of a thrilling Tour deserves.
Four-time Tour de France winner moves into 25th overall and says latest Israel Premier Tech victory leaves him 'speechless.'
An insider’s view of Tour de France stage winner Tom Pidcock: ‘A bit special … very driven, extremely good’
Pidcock's longtime mentor Kurt Bogaerts says ‘there is no door closed’ regarding the Alpe d’Huez winner’s potential.
Wednesday's 17th stage features three first-category climbs, including a steep ramp to the day’s summit finish.
'I know Pogačar will attack me so every day is about trying to follow him and not leaving any gaps,' says yellow jersey.
Hugo Houle vowed to win a Tour stage for his brother. The Canadian stalwart did that and much more with stunning solo win on Tuesday's stage.
'He’s out of contract this year and that can always play a different part when it comes to committing to a teammate, but he was really committed to me,' says Welshman.
Tour de France: Pogačar has just two days to crack Vingegaard but Gianetti isn’t pressing the panic button
Vingegaard surfs through the first day in the Pyrenees as UAE Team Emirates lose another rider.
Kuss delivers crushing ride on road to Foix as he carries burden of shepherding Vingegard through two mountaintops to come.
The Spaniard missed the time cut by 15 minutes after vomiting several times during the stage.
Six of the top-10 placings changed in the first of three climbing stages in the Pyrénées.
The Canadian wins the attack-riddled 16th stage across the French Pyrénées while Jonas Vingegaard fends off Tadej Pogačar.
Alberto Contador: Pogačar has to attack Vingegaard every stage if he wants to win the Tour de France
'I don't know if Vingegaard will crack but every rider can have a bad day,' says former winner.
Race officials at the Vuelta a Burgos confirm the Giro d'Italia champ will be starting the five-day race in northern Spain.
The Trek-Segafredo rider reflects on illness during the Tour, his teammate Mads Pedersen’s success and what could be a dazzling final week of racing.
The French team is down to three riders for the closing stages of the 2022 Tour de France, Bora-Hansgrohe's Kämna and Cofidis' Walscheid also exit.