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- Australia's Porte wins Tour de Suisse
Swiss rider Stefan Kung won the time trial that ended the Tour de Suisse on Sunday as his BMC team-mate Richie Porte of Australia claimed overall victory. Kung beat the Dane Soren Kragh Andersen (Sunweb) by 19 seconds after a 34.1 kilometre circuit around Bellinzona, with another BMC rider American.
- Demare sprint king, Porte close to Swiss Tour crown
French champion Arnaud Demare won a highly competitive bunch sprint on stage seven of the Tour de Suisse on Saturday while Australia's Richie Porte held on to the overall leader's yellow jersey. Porte must now survive a 34km individual time-trial on Sunday where his nearest rival, fellow climber.
- Croatia fans cycle all the way to Russia for World Cup
Some soccer fans will follow their teams anywhere to see them play in the World Cup. For five friends from Croatia that meant cycling 1,500 kilometers (930 miles) all the way from Zagreb to Kaliningrad in Russia. The epic trek took them 15 days, cycling for 10 hours a day as they pedaled through Slovenia.
- The best mountain bikes under $500
The best mountain bikes under $500 pair functionality with affordability. Here are some of our favorite models currently on the market, whether you're a fan of lofty suspension or prefer something more rigid..
- Below par Pinot will miss the Tour de France
French cycling hope Thibaut Pinot told AFP on Friday that he would miss the Tour de France next month. Pinot was forced to quit the Giro d'Italia in late May on the eve of the last stage fevered and weakened by pneumonia. "I resumed riding yesterday just to get on the bike and think of something.
- Dutch may soon pay workers using pedal-power
Dutch employees using pedal power to get to work may soon be reimbursed for their efforts, as the Netherlands look at ways to fight ever-growing congestion on its busy roads and highways. "Let's get out of our cars and onto our bikes," Dutch deputy infrastructure minister Stientje van.
- Porte snatches yellow off Kung as Ulissi claims 5th stage
BMC's Australian rider Richie Porte took the race leader's yellow jersey off teammate Stefan Kung's back as Italian Diego Ulissi won Wednesday's fifth stage of the Tour de Suisse. Home favourite Kung suffered over the final few kilometres of the 155km stage from Gstaad to Leukerbad which.
- Soloist wins Swiss stage, home hero Kung in yellow
Denmark's Christopher Juul Jensen gave the Mitchelton Scott team yet another reason to smile on Tuesday by clinching a solo win by just a few seconds on the 4th stage of the Tour de Suisse after a long-range breakaway. The Australian team had a very successful Giro d'Italia in May with Simon.
- Colbrelli squeezes out Sagan in Swiss sprint
Italy's Sonny Colbrelli outfoxed three-time world champion Peter Sagan and Colombia's nearly man Fernando Gaviria to win the third stage of the Tour de Suisse on Monday. BMC's Stefan Kung, the yellow jersey wearer and home hope, finished in the main pack to maintain his overall lead, claimed.
- Sagan claims Swiss stage as Kung extends overall lead
Triple world champion Peter Sagan won the second stage of the Tour de Suisse on Sunday as Stefan Kung extended his overall lead. Sagan edged a sprint finish at the end of the 155km street circuit stage around Frauenfeld, with Colombian Fernando Gaviria second and Nathan Haas of Australia third. Kung.
- Sky's Thomas tunes up for Tour with Dauphine success
Saint-Gervais (France) (AFP) - Welsh rider Geraint Thomas supplied Team Sky with their sixth Criterium du Dauphine success in eight years on Sunday. Thomas held off Briton Adam Yates, winner of the concluding seventh stage, with France's Romain Bardet taking third in the overall standings. The.
- Geraint Thomas wins Criterium du Dauphine
SAINT-GERVAIS, France (AP) -- Team Sky rider Geraint Thomas won the Criterium du Dauphine on Sunday after Adam Yates claimed the final stage of the warmup race for the Tour de France. Yates, who attacked several times in the stage finale, managed to overtake Dani Navarro on the last curve of the final.
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- Struggling Williams Formula 1 team won't give up on 2018 car
Williams technical chief Paddy Lowe is adamant his Formula 1 team has not given up on improving its 2018 car despite already commencing early work on the '19 package.
- F1 2018 game to include 2009 Brawn GP BGP 001 car
The 2009 Formula 1 world championship-winning Brawn GP BGP 001 will be a new addition to the classic car roster in the F1 2018 video game.
- Formula 1's 2019 changes are 'perfect moment' for Sauber
Formula 1's 2019 aerodynamic regulation change comes at a "perfect moment" for Sauber, says team principal Frederic Vasseur.
- Montezemolo: Marchionne jealous of Ferrari's past F1 successes
Ex-Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo says he is "sad" his successor Sergio Marchionne is "very jealous" of the Formula 1 team's former glories.
- Why Paul Ricard's last grand prix was a defining F1 tech moment
Formula 1 returns to Paul Ricard this weekend after an absence of 28 years - a period in which the championship's technology and sophistication level have been revolutionised.
- Three Formula 1 teams have tried to sign Lando Norris from McLaren
Three rival Formula 1 teams made approaches for McLaren's rising star Lando Norris but all would have involved the Formula 2 championship leader cutting his ties with the Woking camp.
- Leclerc: Jump from F2 to F1 bigger than expected
Charles Leclerc has admitted that the step he had to make from winning Formula 2 to racing in Formula 1 was bigger than he expected.
- Renault almost ahead of target with treble '17 score
The Renault Formula 1 team is nearly ahead of its target having trebled its points haul from the first seven races of 2017 and almost matched that season's total already.
- Why Red Bull's Honda call is so important for F1
Red Bull's choice between sticking with current Formula 1 engine supplier Renault and becoming Honda's works team will have a huge impact on the coming seasons.
- FIA working to stop VSC system cheating after Vettel complaint
The FIA has worked out how the software governing Formula 1's virtual safety car can be manipulated and will fix it to stop drivers cheating the system.
- Designers of 2019 F1 cars will 'forget overtaking', warns Steiner
Formula 1 teams' designers will "forget about overtaking" when they get to work on the changes being enforced for 2019, Haas team boss Gunther Steiner has warned.
- Belgian GP secures three-year F1 contract extension at Spa
The future of the Belgian Grand Prix has been secured by the local government, which has signed a new three-year extension with Formula 1's owners Liberty Media.
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