Tuesday, September 12th

Tuesday, October 17th Conference Tour de France 2018

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Wednesday, July 26th

A palette of colours …

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Tuesday, July 25th

Chris Froome, the go-between

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Monday, July 24th

Last sprint for Groenewegen, Froome wins his fourth Tour

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The presentation of the Tour de France 2018 will take place on Tuesday 17th October at the Palais des Congrès convention centre in Paris.

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The battles for the podium, green jersey, polka dot jersey and the stage victories saw some contenders wilt and others rise to the occasion. While Marcel Kittel took five wins in 11 stages before quitting the Tour de France due to injury, a special mention is warranted for the Sunweb team. Michael Matthews rode on to the Champs-Elysées in the Green Jersey, while Warren Barguil is donned in the Polka dot Jersey…and both scored two stage triumphs.

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In the legend of the Tour de France, there's the magic quartet of the champions who won the race five times: Jacques Anquetil, Eddy Merckx, Bernard Hinault and Miguel Indurain. There's a trio of pioneers whose name appears three times on the record books: Philippe Thys in the heroic days of the early part of the XXth century, Louison Bobet at the beginning of the modern era post-WWII, Greg LeMond at the start of the contemporary period of the globalization of cycling. With four victories,...

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Dylan Groenewegen claimed the eighth bunch sprint victory of the 104th Tour de France as he outclassed André Greipel who concludes the Tour de France without a stage win for the first time. Delivering LottoNL-Jumbo's second victory after Primoz Roglic in Serre-Chevalier and the fiftieth for the Dutch squad since they first participated in the Tour in 1984, he's the first Dutchman to win on the Champs-Elysées since Jean-Paul van Poppel in 1988. Chris Froome was declared the overall winner...

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