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Dutch rider Lars Van De Vall of Cycling Team Amsterdam yesterday produced the fastest time over 3km to grab the yellow jersey on day one of the inaugural edition of Tour of Al Zubarah. Van De Vall posted a time of 3 minutes 58 seconds at a make-shift
Yellow Jersey , which is leaving State Street on Friday, Aug. 30 after a 42-year run. \n\n If you do love these shops, you may still have been put off by the bloodcurdling, right-wing radio chosen by owner Andy Muzi, who can be old-world charming or \
If the future of American cycling is secure in the hands of the Tour of California and USA Pro Challenge, what of the future of the American cyclist? Has the image of Lance Armstrong weeping on OWN vanished long enough to look ahead instead of behind?
Yellow Jersey , one of the oldest merchants on State Street, will move it operations in September to Arlington, a small village 20 miles north of Madison. \n\n \"We had a new opportunity to buy a really beautiful building,\" says CEO Andrew Muzi. \"
Lance Armstrong waits at the starting line in Visalia, California of stage five of the Amgen Tour of California in a May 20, 2010 file photo Reuters video Team Sky rider and leader's yellow jersey holder Christopher Froome of Britain, winner of the
Getty Images Chris Froome could only smile and sigh when asked after all but securing his first Tour de France victory on Saturday to describe his journey from an unknown mountain-biker who was born in Kenya, raised in South Africa and is now British,
Froome finished 3min 18 sec behind after the 172.5km trek from Gap but extended his comfortable lead over his main rival Alberto Contador with just three stages remaining.
Rui Costa Rui Costa produced a confident ride up Col de Manse to win stage 16 of the Tour de France as Chris Froome retained his place as overall leader. Costa climbed the summit and raced home alone as he finished 42 seconds ahead. The Movistar
France (AP) The team of Tour de France leader Chris Froome has volunteered to open up all of his training and performance data and blood readings to independent scrutiny to try to silence any suspicions of doping. Team Sky general manager Dave
Tour de France diary, day 16 Sunday, Stage 14: Saint Pourcain sur Sioule to Lyon, 191km When I won the fifth stage of this year's Paris-Nice race, people said the final 14km climb to La Montagne de Lure is known as the "mini-Ventoux". But having