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As 2013 draws to a close, let's look back on the highs and lows of 2013 here on the Science of Sport, with a look ahead to what 2014 might bring!
Cycling's most famous climb is featured twice in one stage in 2013. We look back at its history to look forward to what to expect this year.
A look ahead to the climb of Mont Ventoux in the 2013 TDF, and what the history leads us to expect
Skepticism is an essential part of cycling's quest to regain the trust of its followers. Here's why
Chris Froome's near-record ascent of Ax-3-Domaines asks some challenging physiological questions. Proof is impossible, but the implications warrant consideration.
Chris Froome assumed the yellow jersey and control of the Tour on Ax-3-Domaines with a near-record ascent. Brief first thoughts on the performance and debate it is likely to inspire
A brief look at the the effect of doping on performance, with a view to predicting when, if ever, a clean performance will surpass a doped one
The 2013 Tour tackles its first mountain finish. We look back on Ax-3-Domaines and predict what you can expect from the 2013 race.
Team Sky have refused to publish their cyclist's power outputs for fear of misinterpretation by "pseudoscientists". Does he have a point, or is transparency better in all circumstances?