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The Pyrenees, mercifully, are over. I suspect one would have to go a long way back to find a Tour where the Pyrenees have been so…
The first day in the mountains in the Tour de France is usually a spectacular showdown in which the claimants for the overall title lay…
The first week of the 2009 Tour has hardly been ‘normal’, with strong cross-winds, a team-time trial and intriguing team dynamics and the return of…
Fabian Cancellara has survived in yellow for at least another day. But only just. After yesterday’s dramatic split that saw Lance Armstrong gain time on…
As I am writing this, I am watching the second stage of the Tour de France, and what was looking like a routine day for…
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