Alasdair Fotheringham is Cycling Correspondent and Spain Correspondent for The Independent.
Tour de France 2015: 'It’s more special than I had ever thought possible,' says triumphant Chris Froome
25 July 2015 07:04 PM
Tour de France leader – and soon-to-be-winner – Chris Froome admitted that his hold on the yellow jersey had not been as tight as he would have liked at some points in the race, with illness making his task more difficult during the Alps.
25 July 2015 04:09 PM
Team Sky rider is on the brink of becoming the first Briton to win the Tour twice after surviving an attack by Nairo Quintana on Alpe d’Huez. He is also King of the Mountains
24 July 2015 11:46 PM
There is the urban myth that if you are wearing yellow on the Alpe d’Huez, the penultimate stage, you will be guaranteed victory in Pari
24 July 2015 12:24 AM
However, after the stage. the Briton continued to face a slowing but steady series of questions about doping insinuations, including one about whether his bike had been tested for a secret motor
22 July 2015 11:05 PM
Riders face demanding climbs over the coming days
22 July 2015 11:01 PM
Spaniard out of contention following crash while yellow jersey holder wants others to publish race data
22 July 2015 12:35 AM
The speculation surrounding the race leader has partly arisen from the hacking and wildly varying interpretations of some of his data documents
21 July 2015 11:13 PM
Team Sky are keeping it under their helmets but the Welshman is busy moving mountains to become next British contender
19 July 2015 11:02 PM
Move follows physical attacks and extensive online abuse of the team
Tour de France 2015: Chris Froome has cup of urine thrown over him to overshadow Stephen Cummings victory
18 July 2015 09:00 PM
Froome has cup of urine thrown over him but extends overall lead as 34-year-old Briton takes stage for his unheralded African team
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