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Tour de France: Uran philosophical despite losing time on the cobbles

Rigoberto Uran (EF Education First-Drapac) was the biggest casualty of the cobbled chaos on stage 9 of the Tour de France, aside from Richie Porte, who crashed out of the race with a suspected broken collarbone. Uran crashed on the Moulin de Vertain pavé sector with just over 30km to go and was forced into a long and ultimately futile chase. He had to stop again to change his damaged bike but had teammates who dropped back and helped try and limit the damage. As he crossed the line, however, t...


Tour de France: Stage 9 highlights - Video

The much anticipated cobbled stage of the Tour de France to Roubaix saw a former Paris-Roubaix champion John Degenkolb (Trek-Segafredo) silence the critics who had written him off for good. The German went on the attack with race leader Greg Van Avermaet (BMC Racing) and Belgian champion Yves Lampaert (Quick-Step Floors) on the penultimate cobbled sector and then, despite being pinned on the front ahead of a cat-and-mouse sprint, he claimed an enormously emotional victory.ADVERTISEMENT The sev...


Chris Froome crashes on Tour de France cobbles but avoids losing time

Chris Froome and Geraint Thomas warmed down on the rollers in the shadow of the Roubaix velodrome, with the dust and fatigue of their Tour de France trip through the Hell of the North mixed with satisfaction and relief. Both Team Sky riders finished in the front group, 27 second behind stage winner John Degenkolb (Trek-Segafredo) with most of their overall rivals. Thomas is now second overall, 43 seconds down on Greg van Avermaet (BMC Racing), with Froome up to eighth at 1:42. I think its a go...


Ochowicz expected to confirm merger with CCC team on Monday

Jim Ochowicz is expected to confirm a merger with the CCC Sprandi team on Monday’s rest day at the Tour de France, with funding from the Polish shoe brand saving the BMC Racing team from the risk of closure. Greg Van Avermaet is expected to now stay with Ochowicz in 2019 and lead the new-look team for the Classics. Richie Porte, Rohan Dennis and Tejay van Garderen have reportedly signed for other teams for 2019, with Porte moving to Trek Segafredo, Dennis to Bahrain-Merida and Van Garderen to E...


Tour de France: Stage 9 finish line quotes

John Degenkolb (Trek-Segafredo) - stage winner Pure happiness. Really - I was chasing the victory so long. Its really hard to describe. It was a really hard fight all day. It is also a victory of the team. We really had a plan to stay out of trouble all the time, and it worked out really well. It was unbelievable. This is a very big victory - since a long time... I have been through a lot of things – it was such a hard time. Im so happy to dedicate this victory to one of my best friends - he ...


Richie Porte abandons Tour de France

Richie Porte has abandoned the 2018 Tour de France after crashing on stage 9. The BMC Racing team leader fell inside the opening 10 kilometres of the stage, well before the race reached the 15 sectors of cobbles that defined Sundays route to Roubaix. Porte came into the Tour de France looking to secure a podium spot, and after clinching the Tour de Suisse title in June, looked set to challenge Chris Froome (Team Sky) for the yellow jersey. However just 10 kilometres into stage 9 Portes race was...


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Tour de France: Uran philosophical despite losing time on the cobbles

Rigoberto Uran (EF Education First-Drapac) was the biggest casualty of the cobbled chaos on stage 9 of the Tour de France, aside from Richie Porte, who crashed out of the race with a suspected broken collarbone. Uran crashed on the Moulin de Vertain pavé sector with just over 30km to go and was forced into a long and ultimately futile chase. He had to stop again to change his damaged bike but had teammates who dropped back and helped try and limit the damage. As he crossed the line, however, t...


Tour de France: Stage 9 highlights - Video

The much anticipated cobbled stage of the Tour de France to Roubaix saw a former Paris-Roubaix champion John Degenkolb (Trek-Segafredo) silence the critics who had written him off for good. The German went on the attack with race leader Greg Van Avermaet (BMC Racing) and Belgian champion Yves Lampaert (Quick-Step Floors) on the penultimate cobbled sector and then, despite being pinned on the front ahead of a cat-and-mouse sprint, he claimed an enormously emotional victory.ADVERTISEMENT The sev...


Chris Froome crashes on Tour de France cobbles but avoids losing time

Chris Froome and Geraint Thomas warmed down on the rollers in the shadow of the Roubaix velodrome, with the dust and fatigue of their Tour de France trip through the Hell of the North mixed with satisfaction and relief. Both Team Sky riders finished in the front group, 27 second behind stage winner John Degenkolb (Trek-Segafredo) with most of their overall rivals. Thomas is now second overall, 43 seconds down on Greg van Avermaet (BMC Racing), with Froome up to eighth at 1:42. I think its a go...


Ochowicz expected to confirm merger with CCC team on Monday

Jim Ochowicz is expected to confirm a merger with the CCC Sprandi team on Monday’s rest day at the Tour de France, with funding from the Polish shoe brand saving the BMC Racing team from the risk of closure. Greg Van Avermaet is expected to now stay with Ochowicz in 2019 and lead the new-look team for the Classics. Richie Porte, Rohan Dennis and Tejay van Garderen have reportedly signed for other teams for 2019, with Porte moving to Trek Segafredo, Dennis to Bahrain-Merida and Van Garderen to E...


Tour de France: Stage 9 finish line quotes

John Degenkolb (Trek-Segafredo) - stage winner Pure happiness. Really - I was chasing the victory so long. Its really hard to describe. It was a really hard fight all day. It is also a victory of the team. We really had a plan to stay out of trouble all the time, and it worked out really well. It was unbelievable. This is a very big victory - since a long time... I have been through a lot of things – it was such a hard time. Im so happy to dedicate this victory to one of my best friends - he ...


Richie Porte abandons Tour de France

Richie Porte has abandoned the 2018 Tour de France after crashing on stage 9. The BMC Racing team leader fell inside the opening 10 kilometres of the stage, well before the race reached the 15 sectors of cobbles that defined Sundays route to Roubaix. Porte came into the Tour de France looking to secure a podium spot, and after clinching the Tour de Suisse title in June, looked set to challenge Chris Froome (Team Sky) for the yellow jersey. However just 10 kilometres into stage 9 Portes race was...


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