The UCI has cited Juan Jose Cobo for a biological passport violation, which could strip the Spaniard of his 2011 Vuelta title; a move that would give the win to Froome
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A year after Chris Froome blew up the Giro d’Italia, the team brings youth to plant the seeds for the future
Read the full article at Ineos Version 3.0: Pavel Sivakov and their new generation of talent on VeloNews.com.
Admitting he was ‘running on fumes’ at the 2018 Tour, Chris Froome confirmed his plans to target the maillot jaune in July
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For its team launch, Team Ineos went deep into the Yorkshire Dales, and away from the brewing controversy over pollution and climate change
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• Team Ineos principal: ‘I’m very comfortable with the situation’
• Environmental protesters are expected to line the route
Sir Dave Brailsford defended the new owners of his cycling team as Team Sky formally became Team Ineos on Wednesday. The new-look team will make their debut at this week’s Tour de Yorkshire, where environmental protesters are expected to line the route to voice their anger at Ineos’ record on fracking and plastics.
It seems a far cry from Sky’s Pass on Plastic and Ocean Rescue campaigns which have adorned riders’ jerseys for the past year, but Brailsford insisted the facts said otherwise.
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With anti-fracking activists set to line the route, choosing the Tour de Yorkshire to launch the team’s post-Sky era was bizarre but a bigger challenge could be the loss of Rod Ellingworth
Demonstrations at cycle races are nothing new. In Jørgen Leth’s acclaimed documentary A Sunday in Hell, about the 1976 Paris-Roubaix Classic, greats of the sport such Eddy Merckx and Bernard Thévenet are shown gingerly negotiating piles of newspapers strewn on the course by striking printworkers, who clap stickers on the riders backs, while cheering them on their way.
The very things that make cycle racing appealing to the public – unrestricted access, races going out to communities – also make the sport catnip for protesters. Steelworkers, shipyard fitters and – inevitably – French farmers have all impeded the greatest races at various times. Agriculteurs campaigning against the introduction of wolves are a regular feature at the Tour de France, while Basque separatists have also made more threatening appearances.
Related: Anti-fracking protesters to line Tour de Yorkshire route
After 10 years representing Team Sky, Chris Froome hopes to give his outgoing sponsor a winning send-off at the mountainous Tour of the Alps.
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Though Team Sky dominates the grand tours, it has struggled to shine in the northern classics. The team has never won a Paris-Roubaix title. Could this be the year?
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Science in Sport looks back on stage 19 of the 2018 Giro d’Italia, the day Chris Froome blew up the race with a long-range attack.
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A fabulously wealthy British knight swoops in to save Team Sky. We discuss. Plus Caleb Ewan talks about Milano-Sanremo, and we predict winners for “La Primavera.”
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