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Tour de France 2018: John Degenkolb wins Stage 9 on the cobbles of Roubaix

Jack Elton-Walters 15 Jul 2018 What a day at the 2018 Tour de France as the race took on the cobbles of Paris-Roubaix John Degenkolb†(Trek-Segafredo)†won Stage 9 of the 2018 Tour de France after escaping with†Greg Van Avermaet (BMC Racing) and Yves Lampaert (Quick-Step Floors), who followed him over the line in second and third respectively. Under the flamme rouge, the trio began to play cat and mouse, knowing their advantage over the chasers was plenty...


Richie Porte crashes out of the Tour de France before it reaches the cobbles

Jack Elton-Walters 15 Jul 2018 BMC Racing leader, Richie Porte, went down in a crash on an open road with around 147km left to go on Stage 9 Richie Porte (BMC Racing) has been forced to abandon the 2018 Tour de France with what looks like a collarbone injury. The rider, who came into the race as one of the favourites for the overall win, went down in a bunch crash fairly early in the day, about 147km from the end of Stage 9. Whats more, todays stage inc...


Return to Roubaix: Stage 9 of the 2018 Tour de France to take on 15 cobbled secteurs

Jack Elton-Walters 15 Jul 2018 Preview of Stage 9 of the 2018 Tour de France, which will take the riders over 15 cobbled secteurs covering 21.7km of the 154km stage The Tour de France 2018†is now in full swing with thrills and spills from day one. Some riders have already lost as a result of ill fortune, while others chances have suffered as a result of being a strong rider on a weak squad during Stage 3s team time trial. Out of the remaining stages, th...


Tour de France 2018: Groenewegen makes it two from two

Joe Robinson 14 Jul 2018 The Dutchman sprints to victory yet again while Dan Martin loses more time on GC Dylan Groenewegen (LottoNL-Jumbo) made it two stages out of two winning Stage 8 from Dreux to Amiens Metropole. The Dutchman left it late to launch his sprint eventually coming around Peter Sagan, Fernando Gaviria and Andre Greipal. Gaviria found himself boxed in by Greipal, even throwing a little headbutt at the German, which allowed Groenewegen the...


Tour de France 2018 Stage 7: Dylan Groenewegen sprints to victory

Martin James 13 Jul 2018 Groenewegen comes good at last to deny Gaviria another stage victory Dylan Groenewegen (Lotto-NL Jumbo) finally found his sprinting form to win a frantic dash for the line at the end of Stage 7 of the 2018 Tour de France into Chartres. The Tourís longest stage at 231km alternated between long sections of soft-pedalling and periods of full gas racing as crosswinds threatened to break the race apart. In the end, though, it was alwa...


Peloton drafting even more efficient than we first thought, new study finds

Joe Robinson 13 Jul 2018 Research using a 3D-printed terracotta peloton finds riding at the back can cut aero drag by up to 95% New research that cycling in a peloton is far more efficient than first thought, with aerodynamic drag at the back dropping to as little as 5% that being experienced at the front. In a study titled Aerodynamic drag in cycling pelotons: New insights by CFD simulation and wind tunnel testing, researchers at the Eindhoven Universit...


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Tour de France 2018: John Degenkolb wins Stage 9 on the cobbles of Roubaix

Jack Elton-Walters 15 Jul 2018 What a day at the 2018 Tour de France as the race took on the cobbles of Paris-Roubaix John Degenkolb†(Trek-Segafredo)†won Stage 9 of the 2018 Tour de France after escaping with†Greg Van Avermaet (BMC Racing) and Yves Lampaert (Quick-Step Floors), who followed him over the line in second and third respectively. Under the flamme rouge, the trio began to play cat and mouse, knowing their advantage over the chasers was plenty...


Richie Porte crashes out of the Tour de France before it reaches the cobbles

Jack Elton-Walters 15 Jul 2018 BMC Racing leader, Richie Porte, went down in a crash on an open road with around 147km left to go on Stage 9 Richie Porte (BMC Racing) has been forced to abandon the 2018 Tour de France with what looks like a collarbone injury. The rider, who came into the race as one of the favourites for the overall win, went down in a bunch crash fairly early in the day, about 147km from the end of Stage 9. Whats more, todays stage inc...


Return to Roubaix: Stage 9 of the 2018 Tour de France to take on 15 cobbled secteurs

Jack Elton-Walters 15 Jul 2018 Preview of Stage 9 of the 2018 Tour de France, which will take the riders over 15 cobbled secteurs covering 21.7km of the 154km stage The Tour de France 2018†is now in full swing with thrills and spills from day one. Some riders have already lost as a result of ill fortune, while others chances have suffered as a result of being a strong rider on a weak squad during Stage 3s team time trial. Out of the remaining stages, th...


Tour de France 2018: Groenewegen makes it two from two

Joe Robinson 14 Jul 2018 The Dutchman sprints to victory yet again while Dan Martin loses more time on GC Dylan Groenewegen (LottoNL-Jumbo) made it two stages out of two winning Stage 8 from Dreux to Amiens Metropole. The Dutchman left it late to launch his sprint eventually coming around Peter Sagan, Fernando Gaviria and Andre Greipal. Gaviria found himself boxed in by Greipal, even throwing a little headbutt at the German, which allowed Groenewegen the...


Tour de France 2018 Stage 7: Dylan Groenewegen sprints to victory

Martin James 13 Jul 2018 Groenewegen comes good at last to deny Gaviria another stage victory Dylan Groenewegen (Lotto-NL Jumbo) finally found his sprinting form to win a frantic dash for the line at the end of Stage 7 of the 2018 Tour de France into Chartres. The Tourís longest stage at 231km alternated between long sections of soft-pedalling and periods of full gas racing as crosswinds threatened to break the race apart. In the end, though, it was alwa...


Peloton drafting even more efficient than we first thought, new study finds

Joe Robinson 13 Jul 2018 Research using a 3D-printed terracotta peloton finds riding at the back can cut aero drag by up to 95% New research that cycling in a peloton is far more efficient than first thought, with aerodynamic drag at the back dropping to as little as 5% that being experienced at the front. In a study titled Aerodynamic drag in cycling pelotons: New insights by CFD simulation and wind tunnel testing, researchers at the Eindhoven Universit...


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