David Brailsford has been treated for cancer and heart issues in the last two years and he says he could step down as Ineos Grenadiers boss if he has further health problems.
Ineos Grenadiers, Jumbo-Visma left looking for answers after leaders crumble in wake of Tadej Pogačar's mountain raid.
A British MP believes Sir David Brailsford should be suspended following the Freeman verdict; Ineos Grenadiers pushes back the opinion.
Geraint Thomas given Tour de France leadership for Ineos Grenadiers as Egan Bernal targets Giro d’Italia
Ineos Grenadiers boss David Brailsford has a plan for his star riders: Geraint Thomas, Tao Geoghegan Hart and Richard Carapaz for the Tour, and Egan Bernal for the Giro.
Ineos Grenadiers Principal Dave Brailsford addressed the setbacks for his GC star, Egan Bernal, saying: 'He's proud, it's not in his nature to quit.'
Brailsford keen to move on from era of Froome and Thomas but plans to draw on Tour-winning knowledge from the past.
‘We have a professional relationship and a personal relationship which is absolutely good on both fronts,’ said the Ineos Grenadiers boss.
‘The prospect of riding for a British team is one that I am extremely excited about,’ said the 28-year old Britton.
Fred Dreier explains why he's changing his longtime rooting interest this year and finally backing Chris Froome at the Tour de France.
Timing, money and ambition add up to momentous transfer.
The Outer Line: Dave Brailsford on the coronavirus shutdown, the Tour de France, and pro cycling’s return
In a wide-ranging interview, Sir David Brailsford discusses pro cycling's return from the COVID-19 shutdown, whether cycling needs a better business model, and the Tour de France's power over the sport.
Team Ineos boss Sir David Brailsford suggests that cycling calendar needs less reliance on Tour, speaks of perils of cycling's dependence on sponsorship revenues.
Brailsford working with Ineos in its plan to produce millions of bottles of hand sanitizer per month.
Team Ineos manager David Brailsford revealed he is recovering from prostate cancer.
Thomas loses a key domestique leading into three decisive stages in the Alps.
French hero Alaphilippe is becoming a bigger problem by the day for the top favorites as the Tour enters its final battleground. And Pinot packs the punch that should worry all the other would-be winners.
Spanish media report that Oleg Tinkov offered to save Team Sky, which is seeking a sponsor for 2020. He denies report as "bullshit."