Kuss delivers crushing ride on road to Foix as he carries burden of shepherding Vingegard through two mountaintops to come.
Pogačar looked unbeatable until he fell into the trap set by Jumbo-Visma that turned the Tour de France upside down last week.
Jumbo-Visma's crucial call to pull Roglič to protect his health will leave Jonas Vingegaard short-handed ahead of final week of Tour — was it the right one? Our editors chime in.
Jumbo-Visma leads among 22 teams with the lion's share of prize money to be awarded Sunday in Paris.
Tour de France takes new tilt as UAE Emirates and Jumbo-Visma go six-on-six in tense battle between Vingegaard and Pogačar.
Jonas Vingegaard survives with race lead intact after crashing with 56k to go.
Jumbo-Visma sees a second rider quit the Tour de France after a heavy fall, shortly before the yellow jersey also hits the deck in fast crash.
The Slovenian has been suffering with injuries that have lingered since his stage 5 crash.
Stuart O’Grady likens Wout van Aert to Eddy Merckx, talks Tour de France green jersey and Caleb Ewan
'Every stage is like a mini World Cup race. It’s so intense. That’s great for the sport and for the viewers but it makes it hard work for the pure sprinters,' says Australian.
Claus and Karina Vingegaard on their son’s cycling beginnings and how he dropped fellow riders on Alpe d’Huez as a teenager.
'We have the experience of losing the Tour on the last day and we have won three grand tours so we know that we have to stay focussed,' says Zeeman.
Sport director explains how the trap was set on the Col du Galibier to isolate and attack Tadej Pogačar.
Pogačar can't shake Jonas Vingegaard on Alpe d'Huez: 'His team is very strong.'
The Belgian suffered a puncture while riding to his team bus after the Col du Granon finish on stage 11 and gave away his green jersey to a fan who helped him.
'I cracked myself but I didn’t care,' says Roglič after an epic day at the Tour de France.
'There's a big question over how Vingegaard will cope now that he has a big target on his back,' says Dan Martin in his exclusive column for VeloNews.
Vingegaard, Jumbo-Visma seize control: 'It was nice last year to be second. But I think if we didn't try something, probably I would be second again.'
Astana-Qazaqstan in last as such teams as Jumbo-Visma and UAE Team Emirates dominate the list.
The 40-second gap is ‘not a lot, only one bad day for Pogačar’ says Dane as he and Kuss reflect on race’s first nine stages.
The Danish rider says he's focusing on keeping in touch with Tadej Pogačar as he waits for the big mountains to arrive.
In the five stages Van Aert has contested, he has won two and finished second in the other three.
Nothing's decided yet in this Tour, and rivals say they need to be ready to pounce if there’s an opening.
The American says that Planche des Belles Filles was better suited to Tadej Pogačar and that Jonas Vingegaard will come into his own later in the race.
Jumbo-Visma 'satisfied' with Planche des Belles Filles result with 'a lot of climbs to go' before Paris.
Merijn Zeeman on ketones, anti-doping cultures and Roglič’s ability to deal with disappointment in L’Equipe interview.
Schachmann points toward Dutch crew as cause of late crash on stage 6 on Thursday.
'I have a lot of pain everywhere but I’m not here to cry,' says Slovenian rider.
Day-long escape is a 'nice way to honour yellow jersey' for protagonist of the Tour’s first week.
American climber says Jumbo-Visma promises to attack 'every stage in the mountains' after bumpy cobblestone ride.
Tour de France: Primož Roglič confirmed to start stage 6 after dislocating his shoulder on the cobbles
The Slovenian crashed on the cobbles but is set to remain in the race.
The team must now regroup after its yellow jersey aspirations took a hit on stage 5.
The Belgian retained his yellow jersey by a slim margin after a rollercoaster day for the Dutch squad.
Van Aert, Roglič crash while Vingegaard has multiple bike changes after a puncture. Roglič dislocates shoulder but is set to continue race.
Team officials confirm Slovenian star injured in cobblestone stage.
The yellow jersey crashes with 96km to go.
New Zealand climber says UAE needs to avoid focusing only on Jumbo-Visma as Tour de France heats up.
Vingegaard better-placed than Roglič on the road to Calais. A sign of things to come?
A brief but brutal flurry of action over the Côte du Cap Blanc-Nez gives early indicators ahead of crueller climbs to come.
Tour de Hoody: Sepp Kuss defends his team's ambitious goals of the yellow jersey, green jersey, and stage wins.
Van Aert launched by impressive Jumbo-Visma team
Versatile Belgian ace talks staying patient after his second places and Jumbo-Visma’s opportunity to attack the cobbles.
Ineos Grenadiers safely positions its trio of GC candidates against Jumbo-Visma aggression ahead of Wednesday's cobblestone clash.
Last year's Tour de France runner-up worked part-time to underwrite his amateur career before landing in the WorldTour with Jumbo-Visma.
Richard Plugge asks fans to respect riders as Tour returns to France.
No celebrating second this time for Jumbo-Visma star: 'It's the first big disappointment.'
The only thing that could stop the Slovenian slayer is himself as desperate rivals search for a weakness to attack.
Rising Danish star says 'there are always doubts' about performances based on cycling's notorious doping past.
Jumbo-Visma duo says arriving to the Alps with all GC options fully intact is key in bid to derail Tadej Pogačar.
Questions remain over the Belgian's knee injury heading into the Tour de France.
Officials confirmed to VeloNews Van Aert is 'good to go' and hopefuly 'ready to be in the mix for the first Tour jerseys' after knee knock last week.
Second last year in the Tour de France, the Dane is out to go one better in his podium quest.
Jumbo-Visma's Tour riders eat more, race less, and accumulate altitude more than ever before. Here's their Tour de France route map.
Quick-Step boss questions knee injury keeping Wout van Aert from Belgian nationals as Jumbo-Visma Tour riders steer clear of racing.
The Baby Giro winner has the best teams in the world chasing his signature for next year.
The 27-year-old will miss the defense of his national road race title after injuring his knee during a training ride.
'I win one medal after another at the World Championships and then there are people who dare to start a discussion about it,' says Dutch rider.
Jumbo-Visma set to stagger Tour de France lineup reveal due to COVID-19 situation.
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.
Staff scramble to reconfigure schedules as top workhorses like Rohan Dennis and Sepp Kuss miss crucial pre-Tour efforts.
The team plays down how this could alter its Tour de France roster.
Jumbo-Visma's first victory in franchise history at the Critérium du Dauphiné sends a warning shot to its rivals ahead of the Tour de France.
July will determine if a very strong Jumbo-Visma will be enough to earn the team its first yellow jersey.
Belgian star will be chasing stage wins and the green points jersey as Jumbo-Visma tries to finally win yellow jersey at the Tour.
Bahrain-Victorious duo climb into fourth and fifth, but tip hats to the Dutch team after dominant week at the Dauphiné.
For the Dane, the true finish line this week at the Critérium du Dauphiné is the start line of the 2022 Tour de France in Copenhagen.
'We need to finish it off' — Roglič firmly controls yellow jersey with one stage to go.
Jumbo-Visma has never won the key Tour de France warmup race, and opens this weekend with all of its firepower directed toward the Alps.
Dutch climber is poised to return to the Tour de France where he said Jumbo-Visma's collective strength will give them an edge.
US climbing ace heads to Tour de Suisse with stage wins in mind and Tour de France selection to race for.
There's no stopping Wout van Aert as he barnstorms toward Tour de France.
The Belgian was not to be denied again after the peloton reeled in the breakaway in the final meters.
Primož Roglič, Wout van Aert, Jonas Vingegaard flood the top seven in Critérium du Dauphiné TT as team dials down details ahead of Tour de France.
Van Aert takes consolation in regaining the yellow jersey but rues blown opportunity for missing another chance at victory.
Belgian puts his arms in the air too early as Gaudu takes the stage.
Grischa Niermann confirms Roglič and Vingegaard will share leadership duties at Tour de France and vows to bring 'strongest riders' in support.
Critérium du Dauphiné: Wout van Aert says ‘breakaway smarter’ after missing out on another stage win
Jumbo-Visma misjudges the chase and Van Aert misses opportunity for another win and cedes the yellow jersey.