Tour De France Winner Faces Accident

The news of Chris Froome’s crash has been all over and it has definitely shaken up the community of pro cyclists.


Dave Brailsford, the Team Sky’s chief in an attempt to clear his team and its embattled 2012 Tour de France winner, Bradley Wiggins over allegations of doping, has denied any involvement of his team in wrongdoings especially in relation to the use of TUEs.



Contrary to the recent wave of information that the 2017 tour the France will feature a reduction in team sizes, Flanders classic and RCS sport, together with the current leading race organizers of the tour have all accepted that the decision to implement any cut in team sizes for the new season should be put on hold.

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This Year’s Race Course For Tour De France

Among the notable riders of Tour de France, it is heard that Froome would rely on the Row and Stannard to give him protection in the upcoming Tour de France event.

The two riders are domestic players who would be making the line up for Team Sky. Both would help Froom to defend the crown that he obtained at the Critérium du Dauphiné event. It would also help catapult the success that Froome obtained in 2015.


Rio 2016: NZ Cycling gets full qualification

UCI, the ruling body of cycling, has confirmed that, for the very first time, Kiwis has qualified for each field in track cycling for this year’s Rio Olympics.

New Zealand is one of just 3 countries to have accomplished full qualification with Germany and Australia being the other two.

As well as the team pursuit, team sprint and omnium for both women and men, New Zealand has qualified 2 spots for the individual sprint as well as the keirin, again both for women and men.


Tour de France In The Mind Of Sam Bennett

Sam Bennett had a roller- coaster ride all throughout his career and in July it can reach to new heights. He has shifted from Ireland to Monaco.

It is not at all surprising as most of the professionals have their home based in Monaco. In the course of two years, Bennett has come a long way since he was about to quit the profession owing to a series of injuries. He is 24 years old and is considered to be one of the best in sprinting.


Nibali Not Bothered Over Struggles At Oman Tour

Vincenzo Nibali might have lost out at the recently concluded Oman Tour but the defending Tour France champ is quite confident about another glorious stint in the upcoming 2015 Tour de France.

While asked whether poor form might cast a gloomy stance in the biggest annual cycling event, Nibali simply brushed off all doubts.

“What does it signify for Tour? Well, it implies just nothing. Now, it is February and the event is in July”, remarked Nibali.


Chris Froome Geared Up For Tour de France 2015

Earlier, Chris Froome (Team Sky) had hinted that he would not compete in Tour de France 2015 because he would prefer competing in Vuelta a Espana and Giro d’Italia next season.

But now it seems he has changed his mind and is geared up for Tour de France.

When the Tour de France 2015’s route was revealed in the month of October, Froome had claimed that the tour is going to be tough next year. Froome was extremely concerned about the mountain stages and the less time trial pursuit kilometers.


Bradley Wants His Legacy To Last

Bradley Wiggins is on a mission to set up a team of his own which will win gold for him in the Olympics of 2016 at Rio. He wants to collaborate with Team Sky for further developments.

If the development will be good it will last for 10 years. His aim is to search for the next Wiggins and even Chris Hoy. At the festival of marketing, in Wapping he stated that he was in talks with the Team Sky regarding his contract for next year. His driving force behind developments is to make his own team. His focus has not deterred yet which is a strong hold.