Cycling

6:40 AM ET Britain’s most decorated road cyclist Chris Froome will leave Team Ineos at the end of the season, ending a long association with the British outfit with whom he won the Tour de France four times. In a statement team boss Dave Brailsford, the mastermind of Froome’s Tour wins in 2013, 2015, 2016
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2:38 AM ET This year’s Tour of Britain scheduled for September has been cancelled and the same route will be used for the 2021 edition, organisers said on Thursday. A statement read: “The decision has been taken in light of the ongoing situation with the COVID-19 pandemic, which makes continuing with the planning and organisation
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6:17 AM ET Four-time Tour de France champion Chris Froome is unsure if the organisers can fully prevent large crowds from gathering at the race that was rescheduled due to the coronavirus pandemic. The Tour, scheduled to start on June 27, was pushed back to Aug. 29 due to the outbreak. Mass gatherings have been
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8:36 AM ET Associated Press PARIS — After weeks of holding out hope the Tour de France would be able to go ahead as planned despite the coronavirus pandemic, the world’s most famous cycling race was finally added to the list of sporting events called off. It might still take place this year, but it’s
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6:25 AM ET Four-times Tour de France winner Chris Froome has said his recovery from a horrific accident last year is nearly complete and his training load is back to normal as he prepares for when competition resumes after the coronavirus outbreak. Speaking during a Team Ineos virtual race on Sunday, Froome described his recovery
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11:18 AM ET Swiss professional cyclist Elise Chabbey has swapped her racesuit for a doctor’s uniform following the shutdown of the season because of the coronavirus pandemic. The 26-year-old Bigla-Katusha rider, recently qualified as a doctor, would usually have been preparing for the Spring classics, but instead is working as an intern at Geneva University
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9:57 AM ET The Giro d’Italia has been postponed due to the outbreak of the coronavirus, race organisers RCS Sport said on Friday. “The organising committee of the Giro d’Italia’s Hungarian stages declared the Giro’s start could not be held in Hungary at the originally scheduled time,” the organisers said in a statement. “All parties
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