Tour de France

On Brutal Tour Day That Culls 12 Riders, Froome Still on Top

CHAMBERY, France (AP) — The Tour de France threw the kitchen sink at Chris Froome: steep mountain ascents followed by daredevil descents at speeds exceeding 70 kilometers (45 miles) per hour that wiped out other riders, the loss of his top teammate in a crash, a breakdown on his bike, and rivals who tried to make him crack with bursts of acceleration.

On brutal Tour day that culls 12 riders, Froome still on top Photo

Lance Armstrong: I’d Probably Cheat Again

Monday on BBC News, even though being caught doping stripped him of his seven Tour de France titles, former cyclist Lance Armstrong said considering the amount of money raised in both the cycling and cancer research worlds, he would “probably”