UAE keeps its core Tour de France group together, with Rafal Majka, Diego Ulissi and Mikkel Bjerg also to remain two more years.
Inside the numbers and narratives behind a race that never slowed down: 'This Tour was defined by constant pressure on the pedals.'
85% of proceeds to go to Tadej Pogačar Cancer Foundation.
Tadej Pogačar popped off the back at around 62km to go as Evenepoel roars to second victory in tough Basque race.
The field is arguably the deepest and most varied of any one-day race on the men's WorldTour calendar.
Soccer super-strategist Erik ten Hag played a key part in Jonas Vingegaard's ride to the yellow jersey. Here's how.
Today's top WorldTour pros are paid more and race less, so the prize money doesn't count as much as it used to, but it's still a nice cherry on the cake.
Sport director Joxean Fernández Matxín praised Pogačar's fighting spirit: 'He never stopped trying to win.'
Arizonan ace tipped for leadership at UAE Emirates after confirming potential at Tour: 'The world discovered we have a great, great rider.'
Chris Froome at his peak could have stayed with Vingegaard and Pogacar in this year’s Tour de France, says Luke Rowe
'The level is higher. I’m not a big numbers man if you look at the numbers they are going faster now,' says Ineos Grenadiers domestique.
A look at the power numbers of Jonas Vingegaard, Tadej Pogačar, Sepp Kuss, and Brandon McNulty at the Tour de France.
'I think she knows what she’s doing, she’s way smarter than me,' says Slovenian at the start of stage 2 of the Tour de France Femmes
When COVID and crashes threw the team into crisis, Pogačar, McNulty, Bjerg and Hirschi bonded to become UAE Emirates' 'Class of '98.'
Tadej Pogačar unconfirmed, but Jai Hindley, Remco Evenepoel, Richard Carapaz, Vincenzo Nibali, Alejandro Valverde and Mikel Landa all set for Spanish grand tour.
The white jersey and runner-up 'still really happy' to be on the Champs- Élysées.
Tour de France stage 21: Jasper Philipsen fastest in Paris as Jonas Vingegaard wins the yellow jersey
Jumbo-Visma cracked Tadej Pogačar to avenge 2020, and Geraint Thomas hits the podium as the 'best of the rest' in a thrilling race.
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'
Jonas Vingegaard finishes second to all but wrap up the overall victory ahead of Sunday's final stage in Paris.
Caleb Ewan is first at 13h05 (CET), while Jonas Vingegaard rolls down the ramp as the last rider at 17h00 (CET).
Tour de France stage 20 preview: GC riders and time trial specialists alike to leave it all out on the roads
Fast, technical TT unlikely to change yellow jersey, but Vingegaard and Pogačar will go deep.
Here's where things stand in the races for yellow, green, white, and KoM jerseys after 19 stages of this year's Tour.
Team boss highlights the three main reasons why Pogačar failed to win the Tour de France.
No 2020 repeat? Jumbo-Visma, Jonas Vingegarad leave no stone unturned for Tour de France decider on Saturday.
Mauro Gianetti congratulates Jonas Vingegaard and thanks the Dane for the sporting gesture to wait for the fallen Pogačar.
Two-time defending champion tips his hat to his Danish rival: 'In the end, Jonas was really, really strong on the final climb.'
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.
McNulty's comments reveal Pogačar didn't have the legs to attack Vingegaard on the final climb.
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.
'They made the race incredibly hard today. If you see the time gaps in the GC it's kind of crazy,' says Jumbo-Visma DS.
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.
Tour de France: UAE Team Emirates directors react to ‘exceptional’ day from Pogačar, Bjerg, and McNulty
'What we did today, Mikkel Bjerg first and Brandon McNulty afterwards, was something exceptional,' says team boss Mauro Gianetti.
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.
Rejigged prime system and aggressive racing by breakaway riders change dynamics of best climber's competition.
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.
The 'wild west' feel of the Pyrénées serves up the unpredictability and explosiveness the waning days of a thrilling Tour deserves.
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.
Opportunities for Pogačar are running out, but he can still inflict damage.
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.
Pogačar looked unbeatable until he fell into the trap set by Jumbo-Visma that turned the Tour de France upside down last week.
We look at the power numbers of Jonas Vingegaard, Tadej Pogačar, Sepp Kuss, Matteo Jorgenson, and more at the Tour de France.
Pogačar says Ineos Grenadiers appears to be 'racing for the podium' but hopes the attacks will come against Jonas Vinegaaard: 'He is the favorite to win.'
The 2018 Tour winner is having his best Tour in years and enters the final week with everything in play: 'You've got to keep believing.'
Tuesday's 16th stage features two first-category climbs in the second half of the route that will be punctuated once again by blazing heat.
Jumbo-Visma leads among 22 teams with the lion's share of prize money to be awarded Sunday in Paris.
'I’m more looking ahead but you have to be aware of what’s behind you,' Welshman tells VeloNews.
Andy Schleck: Tadej Pogačar would still be in Tour de France lead if it wasn’t for ‘stupid mistakes’
'All these stupid mistakes of sprinting for two seconds. Then you come to a point where you are fucked and you lose two and a half-minutes,' says former Tour de France winner.
Tour de France: Jonas Vingegaard happy he could follow Tadej Pogačar’s attacks as he defends race lead on stage 14
Jumbo-Visma rider talks of his respect for rival and how he expects to come under attack in the Pyrenees.
'Pogačar came to me and said Jumbo are struggling, they’re struggling,' says Thomas.
Tadej Pogačar unleashes warning of what’s to come at Tour de France: ‘It’s not going to be easy days for Jumbo’
Pogačar uncorks early attack in test of Jumbo-Visma's ability to defend: 'In the end, I know how good each one of them is.'
Tour de France: Ineos in damage limitation mode as Pogačar and Vingegaard turn Mende into their playground
'I think that we expected that sort of gap on that sort of climb,' Ellingworth tells VeloNews.
Commentary: Why Tadej Pogačar’s implosion on the Granon changes everything in this Tour de France – and beyond
Making sense of Pogačar’s loss of innocence, what it means for the Tour and exploring why fans like champions more when they fail.
The final climb is steep enough to cause problems for anyone not having a great day.
'Last year we were in a different position but it’s a different race and every year is different. We’re here to fight,' says American climber.
Ineos Grenadiers director confident Thomas 'one of the best we've ever seen' as team counts on his experience in a Gen-Z race.
Team manager Joxean Fernández Matxin leaves race due to virus.
A thrilling victory atop Alpe d'Huez only raises expectations about Pidcock's grand tour future. His coach says 'we are going to see his limits.'
Sport director explains how the trap was set on the Col du Galibier to isolate and attack Tadej Pogačar.
Vingegaard parries Pogačar's attacks on the Alpe in day one of daunting nine-stage mission to defend yellow jersey.
From muddy school uniforms to Alpe d’Huez triumph: This is just the start of Tom Pidcock’s Tour de France journey
'I compare myself to Pogačar to Wout, these guys, they are both older than me, and more experienced. But I am ambitious and I have big ambitions,' says British rider.
Yellow jersey Jonas Vingegaard raises the fear of COVID, but fans and riders celebrate the return of the Tour's most famous climb.
Sepp Kuss leads Jumbo-Visma lockdown on Alpe d'Huez summit as Jumbo-Visma switches gears from explosive ride to the Granon.
Pogačar can't shake Jonas Vingegaard on Alpe d'Huez: 'His team is very strong.'
The Ineos Grenadiers rider soars away from the breakaway to take biggest road victory of his career.