Tour de France: Tadej Pogacar crushes Primoz Roglic's 57-second lead in time trial to take grip on title
“Unbelievable, unbelievable,” 21-year-old Pogacar said after coming within touching distance of the title in only his first Tour de France. “My head will explode."
Team Sky to be renamed Team Ineos in May after takeover by Britain's richest man Jim Ratcliffe is confirmed
Team Sky has secured the backing of Britain's richest man Jim Ratcliffe and will begin racing as Team Ineos in May, the cycling team announced.
Former British Cycling, Team Sky doctor Richard Freeman charged with ordering testosterone for an athlete
Freeman, who was at the centre of the 'jiffy bag saga' which rocked British Cycling, was charged following an investigation by the General Medical Council.
The outfit will operate for the last season as Team Sky in 2019 and could continue under a different name if a new backer is found, a Sky statement said.
Tour de France champion Geraint Thomas dismisses Bradley Wiggins comments about Lance Amstrong as publicity stunt
Geraint Thomas, who rode with Bradley Wiggins for Britain and Team Sky, said he did not share the negative opinion of his former team-mate, and that he had only done so because he was promoting a book.
Tour de France: From training methods to expensive technology, understanding factors behind Team Sky’s rise
Having seen Team Sky’s dominance since the start of the 2018 Tour de France, we take a look at the factors which have made Team Sky such a formidable force in a short span of time
Tour de France 2018: Geraint Thomas downplays talk of abuse after being booed by fans on Alpe d'Huez
Chris Froome and Geraint Thomas brushed off any talk of abuse at the hands of fans, after abuse and a cup of water was hurled at them during the 14th stage of the Tour De France 2018.
"In the team time-trial on stage three we have Stefan Kung to lead us out and we can take time off our rivals there," said Richie Porte
British cycling great Bradley Wiggins refutes doping allegations after lawmakers accuse him in drugs report
Russian computer hackers revealed three years ago that Wiggins had applied for therapeutic use exemptions (TUEs), which allowed riders to have injections of otherwise banned drugs.
Four-time Tour de France winner Chris Froome says he has not broken any rules after returning an "adverse" drugs test result during his victory at this year's Vuelta a Espana.
Cycling's governing body said an anti-doping test that Froome took in Spain on September 7 showed more than the allowable level of 1,000 ng/ml of the drug Salbutamol in his body.
Tour de France 2017: Edge-of-seat finishes, battle for yellow jersey and other talking points from Week 2
With the yellow jersey itself changing shoulders twice within a span of six days, no rider had the luxury to cruise in the second week of Tour de France, and that meant an action-packed week for fans.
Bradley Wiggins announced his retirement from professional cycling on Wednesday, bringing the curtain down on a career that saw him become one of Britain's greatest sportsmen.
Rafael Nadal and British Olympian Mo Farah said they have nothing to hide after their medical records were the latest to be leaked by a cyber-hacking group.
World athletics chief Sebastian Coe has defended the system of "therapeutic use exemptions" (TUEs) after medical data involving dozens of top sportsmen was leaked by a cyber hacking group.
Swimming great Michael Phelps takes a final bow at the Olympics on Saturday while the Rio curtain rises on another legend as sprinter Usain Bolt guns for three golds.
No sooner had Chris Froome wrapped up a third Tour de France after three weeks on the road covering 3,500km, than his thoughts turned to Olympic gold.
Olympic sprint champion Usain Bolt is unquestionably the biggest name at the Commonwealth Games (CWG 2014).