Anna Kiesenhofer was far from the radar of the big favorites for the women's Olympic road race, but the Austrian took gold and did it strictly on her own terms. Who is the new Olympic road race champion?
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Richard Carapaz is Ecuador's second Olympic medalist, Brandon McNulty hits best US result since 2012, and how Tour de France riders fared in the Olympics.
From Alejandro Valverde to Wout van Aert: We ranked 70 favorites for the 2021 Olympics men’s road race
There are only a few five-star favorites for the 2021 men's Olympic road race. We ranked 68 riders for Saturday's event.
Dumoulin will have big decisions to make about his future as a cyclist after racing for gold in the Tokyo Olympic time trial next week.
The Dutch riders are the overwhelming favorites for gold in Tokyo, but they will not get it all their own way and there are plenty of riders ready to upset the form book.
USA Cycling brings two starters against a field packed with European 'superpowers' for the elite men's road race.
Tour de France stars, last-chance veterans and rising phenoms headline the three teams to watch in Tokyo on Saturday.
The Tour de France boasts the biggest payout in professional racing, but there's a big gap between haves and have-nots in the peloton.
The Dutch women made history when they won back-to-back Olympic road race titles in London and Rio. Can they do it again with a third straight victory? There are few who would bet against it.
Once-mighty Ineos Grenadiers leaves the Tour de France with a podium spot, but for the richest team in the peloton, is that enough?
Swiss newspaper cites unnamed riders in the peloton saying that rear hubs from several top teams are making 'strange noises' and raised the specter of 'motor-doping'
Mauro Gianetti: 'The current crop of riders are suffering from mistakes of the past'
Analysis: Here’s what a podium finish would mean for Jonas Vingegaard, Rigoberto Urán, and other GC riders
What would a prestigious Tour de France top-three mean to the diverse bunch of GC hopefuls chasing behind a peerless Tadej Pogačar?
Now second overall, the Tour de France rookie on track for best Danish result since Bjarne Riis won in 1996.
Richard Carapaz racing to defend Ineos-Grenadiers' Tour de France honor in the race it once ruled.
Colombian superstar is the calm eye of the Tour de France hurricane as he pedals within podium range ahead of two decisive climbing stages.
Think Mark Cavendish has the green jersey won already? Think again. Michael Matthews and Sonny Colbrelli are both making a charge for green.
Wednesday's grueling summit finale to the Col du Portet could be the last chance for rivals to shake loose the yellow jersey.
Why is the 2021 Tour de France so hard? Riders point to a brutal week 1, Mathieu van der Poel's early aggression, and Tadej Pogačar.
With Tadej Pogačar and UAE-Team Emirates taking a hands-off approach to the race and others concerned with cracking the yellow jersey, could there be a surprise podium finisher?
A pivot to GC-mode after landing two stage wins would hand Jumbo-Visma the team strength and solo sizzle needed to unseat Pogačar.
Many riders call the principality home for clean living, low taxes, and high-altitude roads.
Some are worried that media restrictions imposed during the COVID pandemic will remain in place even after health conditions improve.
Chris Froome says he's in 'survival' mode and that Vuelta a España start is no guarantee.
Dan Martin on Tour de France leader Tadej Pogačar: ‘We have to respect him, respect the yellow jersey’
Veteran pro isn't ready to throw anyone under the bus based on performance: 'There is really one person who knows, and it is him.'
Hot off the stage win on Mont Ventoux, a revived Jumbo-Visma looks to possible podium in Paris.
What happens when the Tour de France invades a small French village? Months of planning are over in a flash.
Yellow jersey defends lead despite pressure from all sides on Mont Ventoux as Tour de France hits equator.
Jonas Vingegaard exposes tiniest of cracks in Pogačar's armor as Tour de France GC battle takes on a new twist.
After sprinting against Mark Cavendish on stage 10, Wout van Aert wins over Mont Ventoux on stage 11. Where is the limit for the Belgian and can he be a future GC contender?
With Anna van der Breggen's retirement fast approaching, we must appreciate the time we have with one of the classiest bike riders in the bunch.
Mark Cavendish now seems poised to equal or break Eddy Merckx's stage record, and the story couldn't come at a better moment.
EF Education-Nippo rallying around Colombian veteran who pedals into second half of Tour de France poised for another top spot in Paris.
Mark Cavendish is closing in on the all-time stage-win record of 34 — let's take a dive into his improving chance of equalling Merckx.
Sprint rivals Arnaud Démare and Bryan Coquard eliminated, along with Nic Dlamini in brutal stage across French Alps.
Though Primož Roglič remains the most versatile and dangerous among the GC favorites, did he already miss his chance to win the yellow jersey?
Some suggested that Movistar chased down Richard Carapaz on Friday to settle an old grudge, but those days are long gone in today's high-speed peloton.
After Primož Roglič lost time Friday, the team quickly pivoted to a more aggressive approach, and Sepp Kuss charged into the void.
Jumbo-Visma must go back to the drawing board after Primož Roglič lost nearly four minutes on the road to Le Creusot but what should they do?
Rivals could be running out of options to attack as the Alps loom with favorable ground for defending champion.
British super-team on its heels after uneven start to 2021 Tour de France.
A sleepless night, a 900km drive and a determined ride sees Mathieu van der Poel keep yellow for another day at the Tour de France.
Chris Froome once ruled the Tour de France, now banged up and bruised, he's racing to make the time cut.
Canadian star says the now-banned 'super-tuck' isn't behind a spate of crashes, and puts blame on narrow roads, stressed peloton.
Some see a relatively young and inexperienced UAE-Team Emirates as a possible opening to attack Tadej Pogačar if the wind kicks up later this week.
The most prolific sprinter in Tour de France history turns back the pages and says he's racing for the love of the sprint.
Jumbo-Visma braces for time loses in Wednesday’s time trial against Tadej Pogačar.
Riders believe an opening prologue could ease tensions in the first week. Richard Carapaz is quietly becoming Ineos' man for yellow.
Ineos Grenadiers is losing time on the splits, and the battle for the time bonuses is already heating up at the Tour de France.
Hilly opening stages leaves Ineos Grenadiers chasing time as Roglič, Pogačar, Alaphilippe set tone with early aggression.
With three Dutch riders in the top four at La Course, the nation looks set to dominate the Olympic Games road race next month. Can they be beaten, and how?
Crashes seem inevitable at the Tour de France, but Saturday's pair of road-blocking pileups were even worse.
From the opening-stage tussle for yellow to a wide-open race for victory, this Tour de France is packed with thrilling storylines.
They're unlikely to win the Tour de France, but here are three dark horses that could throw a grenade into the battle for the yellow jersey.
Mark Cavendish will make an unexpected return to the Tour de France, but the peloton is very different since the last time he won in 2016.
Froome's captaincy role at the Tour de France hints toward his future behind the scenes with Israel Start-Up Nation.
The stages, the favorites, and the storylines to follow — here's your go-to guide for the 2021 Tour de France.
Who will emerge as the Tour's underdog? Can Ineos Grenadiers be stopped again? Every Tour de France starts with a clean slate.
How three teams — Ineos Grenadiers, UAE Team Emirates and Jumbo-Visma — are putting the squeeze on the yellow jersey.
After having his appendix out in May, Wout van Aert has had to fight hard to get back into shape for the Tour de France.
Will Peter Sagan be untouchable again in the race for green? Our editors take sides in the debate of who will end up in Paris in the points jersey.
Ineos Grenadiers has already won the Giro d'Italia, are the Tour de France and Vuelta a España next?
Four-time Tour de France winner still holding out hope for a fifth yellow jersey, but it won't be in 2021.
Tadej Pogačar matched Eddy Merckx in last year's Tour de France, can he do it again in 2021?
It has been 36 years since a French rider won the Tour de France, can the nation put a stop to the rut, or should it adjust its expectations?
Mathieu van der Poel and Brandon McNulty lead rookie class in 2021 Tour de France.
With just over two weeks until the Tour de France rolls out of Brittany, how are Ineos Grenadiers, UAE Team Emirates, and Jumbo-Visma shaping up for the title fight?
Dutch star blasted to victory Monday to confirm he's primed for success in his highly anticipated Tour de France debut later this month.
Colombian climber Egan Bernal is counting down the kilometers in the final mountain stage of the Giro d'Italia.
Have too many expectations and too much pressure to perform been placed on the shoulders of someone 18 months removed from being a teenager?
With Remco Evenepoel out of the Giro d'Italia, should have Deceuninck-Quick-Step backed João Almeida all along?
Egan Bernal bends but does not break as Colombian shows first chink in armor as pink jersey fight enters most dangerous phase.
Is someone lurking in the peloton to pull a ‘Froome’? Will Bernal's back hold out? Or will the final week become a victory parade for Bernal?
The removal of two high-altitude climbs defanged the 'queen stage' of the Giro d'Italia, and revived the debate of what's safe and what's acceptable in a sport born on risk.
Egan Bernal appears to be in the driver's seat — will Monte Zoncolan crown him king of the Giro?
The Italian grand tour upped its game more than a decade ago, and now it stands alongside the 'grande boucle' with nothing to envy.