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Contador calls it quits after Stage 10 crash 7/14 10:19AM
La Planche des Belles Filles, France ( - Two-time champion Alberto Contador withdrew from the Tour de France after a crash during Stage 10 on Monday. Contador took a fall in wet conditions and was treated by doctors before attempting to ride again. He was four ...
Gallopin new Tour leader after Stage 9 7/13 1:43PM
Mulhouse, France ( - A Frenchman will don the coveted yellow jersey on Bastille Day. Tony Gallopin is the new overall leader of the Tour de France after Sunday's Stage 9, a 170-kilometer trek from Gerardmer to Mulhouse. German Tony Martin won the stage with a do...
Kadri wins Stage 8, Nibali keeps overall Tour lead 7/12 1:44PM
Gerardmer La Mauselaine, France ( - Blel Kadri became the first Frenchman to win a stage in the 2014 edition of the Tour de France, capturing Stage 8 on a Saturday that saw former champion Alberto Contador's attempt to make a move on overall leader Vincenzo Nibali i...
Trentin edges Sagan for Stage 7 win, Nibali remains in yellow 7/11 2:21PM
Nancy, France ( - Matteo Trentin of Italy edged Slovakia's Peter Sagan in a photo-finish Friday to win Stage 7 of the Tour de France. Trentin outsprinted a large group and hit the wire millimeters in front of Sagan to claim his second career stage victory in cycling...
Greipel wins Stage 6, Nibali still leads Tour 7/10 3:42PM
Reims, France ( - Andre Greipel of Germany won Stage 6 of the Tour de France and Italy's Vincenzo Nibali remained the overall leader of cycling's most prestigious race. Greipel won a sprint to the finish on Thursday, finishing the 194-kilometer trek from Arras to ...
Defending champ Froome abandons Tour, Boom wins stage 5 7/09 2:43PM
Arenberg Porte du Hainaut, France ( - Defending champion Chris Froome pulled out of the Tour de France after crashing twice during Wednesday's fifth stage. A day after hurting his wrist in a crash in the fourth stage, Froome took another spill in the rainy ...
Kittel wins Stage 4 of Tour de France 7/08 1:32PM
Lille, France ( - Marcel Kittel of Germany prevailed in a photo finish to win Stage 4 of the Tour de France on Tuesday. Kittel beat out Alexander Kristoff of Norway and Arnaud Demare of France to claim his third stage win of this year's tour. He also won the first and...
Kittel wins Stage 3, Nibali still in yellow 7/07 12:32PM
London, England ( - Marcel Kittel of Germany won Stage 3 of the Tour de France on Monday and Italy's Vincenzo Nibali remained the overall leader of cycling's most prestigious event after three days of racing in England. Kittel completed Monday's 155-kilometer jaun...
Nibali moves in front at Tour de France 7/06 2:19PM
Sheffield, England ( - Vincenzo Nibali of Italy pulled away with just over a kilometer remaining to win Stage 2 of the Tour de France on Sunday. Nibali finished the 201-kilometer trek from York to Sheffield on the second day of racing in England in a time of 5 hou...
Cavendish pulls out of Tour de France 7/06 8:48AM
York, England ( - British rider Mark Cavendish withdrew from the 2014 Tour de France on Sunday because of a shoulder injury. Cavendish was hurt during a crash late in Saturday's opening stage of cycling's most prestigious event. He and Australia's Simon Gerra...
Chestnut wins eighth straight hot dog eating contest 7/04 1:18PM
Brooklyn, NY ( - Joey Chestnut won his eighth straight Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest on Friday at Coney Island. Chestnut, who proposed to girlfriend Neslie Ricasa on the stage about an hour before the start of the contest, finished with 61 hot dogs eaten. It was sh...
Virginia Tech wrestler drowns 7/02 11:46PM
Blacksburg, VA ( - Virginia Tech wrestler Darren Hankins died Wednesday night in a drowning accident in Blacksburg, the school announced. The Richmond Times-Dispatch reported that Hankins drowned while swimming in a water-filled quarry in Montgomery County. ...
2014 Tour de France Teams 7/01 12:27PM
( - The 101st Tour de France begins Saturday and runs through July 27. The race begins in Leeds, England and concludes under the arches at Champs-Elysees in Paris. The race will cover over 3,664 kilometers (2,277 miles) and is made up of 21 stages. A total of 22 teams will...
NCAA reopens UNC investigation 6/30 9:33PM
Indianapolis, IN ( - The NCAA said Monday it has reopened its investigation into possible academic fraud at the University of North Carolina. According to the Charlotte Observer, the decision by the NCAA to reopen the 2011 case comes amid lingering questions ...
Bradley Wiggins left out of 2014 Tour de France 6/27 8:11AM
( - Bradley Wiggins will not ride for Team Sky in this year's Tour de France. Wiggins, the 2012 Tour de France champion, will miss cycling's most prestigious event for the second straight year. He was unable to compete last year because of health issues ...
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