Documents released to BBC Sport show Froome’s diet, power, and planning for three week race Chris Froome celebrates victory on stage 19 of the Giro d’Italia Credit: Yuzuru Sunada Just two days after the anti-doping case against Chris Froome was dismissed by the UCI, Team Sky have released data and documents showing the planning and
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Four-time winner Chris Froome should be allowed to compete at the Tour de France without the threat of violence, says UCI president David Lappartient. Froome is expecting “confrontation out on the road” at this year’s Tour, which starts on Saturday, despite his anti-doping case being dropped. The Briton, 33, was under investigation by cycling’s world
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Team Sky have taken the unprecedented step of releasing a cache of data to BBC Sport detailing Chris Froome’s diet, power output and heart-rate from the Briton’s victory in May’s Giro d’Italia. On Monday, an anti-doping case against Froome was dropped by the UCI, cycling’s world governing body, following an investigation after more than the
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Glasgow is to host the UCI Track Cycling World Cup series next year. The Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome will host the second round of the 2019-20 series from 8-10 November as part of the qualifying for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. “We’re delighted to be staging another UCI Track Cycling World Cup in this country,”
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Chris Froome’s anti-doping case has been dropped by cycling’s world governing body. The four-time Tour de France winner was investigated by the UCI after double the allowed level of legal asthma drug Salbutamol was found in his urine during his 2017 Vuelta a Espana win. World cycling’s governing body says closing the case was “based
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Winners at this weekend’s Sprint Grand Prix in Cottbus, Germany, have been asked to donate their prize money to Germany’s injured double Olympic champion Kristina Vogel. Vogel, 27, is in a stable condition after suffering a “serious spinal injury” while training on Tuesday. Four-time world champion Maximilian Levy wrote a letter to riders asking them
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Team Sky’s Geraint Thomas has won the UK National Time Trial Championships for the first time in his career. The Welshman, 32, clocked 48 minutes and 54 seconds in Northumberland, beating Harry Tanfield into second. Canyon Eisberg rider Tanfield (49:31) edged out Ribble Cycling’s five-time champion Alex Dowsett (49:48). “To come here and win the
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