Cycling

French Success

July 15, 2017 0

What a race the French are having! Arnaud Démare’s won in Vittel and grabbed the Green Jersey, Lilain Camejane triumphed at Station de Rousses, Romain Bardet smashed them on the wall at Peryagudes, throwing the […]

Tommy Simpson
Cycling

Dogfight

July 14, 2017 1

The racers now believe, and that’s the scariest thing for Team Sky. Coming into the Tour, the main GC contenders were confident…of a podium spot. They would of course race for the win, but in […]

Bardet
Cycling

Pyrenees

July 13, 2017 0

What a heartbreak yesterday for the brave Pole Maciej Bodnar swept up by the raging sprint just meters before the finish. While most of the flatland breaks like yesterdays are controlled to perfection by the […]

Phil and Paul
Cycling

Phil and Paul

July 12, 2017 0

I’ve been on vacation watching the French TV feed on my computer and yesterday was my first day back, so I watched the NBC live show. As a bit of background, I did eight Tour […]

Uran
Cycling

Uran

July 11, 2017 0

I’m liking Rigoberto Uran. The Colombian was right there with Froome and Aru every time things got toasty on Sunday’s climbs when he won that emotional and machismo 53 x 11- from a slow start […]

Bardet
Cycling

A Famous Day of Cycling

July 10, 2017 0

You’ll be hard-pressed to find a better day of cycling than what the Tour gifted us yesterday. It was cruel, dramatic, heartbreaking and beautiful – I hope that Sunday’s stage made it clear to all […]

Team Sky
Cycling

A French Race

July 9, 2017 0

That was great racing yesterday, drama and excitement from start to finish. I was watching the French feed when young Lilian Calmejane, struck with cramps, came to a virtual stop with five- kilometers to go, […]

Demare fades
Cycling

A Big Weekend

July 8, 2017 0

The long, hot stages of this Tour, an old school design, are having their effect and the peloton is beginning to fatigue. This was apparent yesterday during the sprint run-in to Nuits-Saint-Georges and the poor, […]

Marcel Kittel wins
Cycling

The Long Days

July 7, 2017 0

These are the long days of the Tour that follow the classic format: bit of activity in the beginning, a break gets away and stays out in front, is controlled by the big teams, and […]

Fabio Aru
Cycling

Fabio Aru

July 6, 2017 0

That certainly was an exciting stage yesterday, the shorter ones are often the most dynamic and entertaining. The race to la Planche de Belles Filles did not disappoint. So much happened in one, relatively short […]