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Simon Gerrans reclaims the overall lead after fifth stage on Willunga Hill

Chris Froome

Criterium du Dauphine: Chris Froome takes the overall lead

Team Sky rider wins stage five

Chris Froome
The pack rides during the 121 km first stage of the 65th edition of the Dauphine Criterium

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Elia Viviani wins second stage from Chatel to Oyonnax

Bradley Wiggins pictured celebrating his Tour de France success in 2012

Sir Bradley Wiggins loses race against time to defend Tour title

Team Sky saddened but say champion has ‘gone past point of return’ after injury to left knee

Wiggins has had to quit the Giro through illness

Now for the Tour: Thomas backs Bradley Wiggins' return after Giro d'Italia disappointment

One of the team-mates who knows Sir Bradley Wiggins best has backed him to bounce back from the disappointment of having to pull out of the Giro d'Italia, which yesterday continued in the mountains without him.

Mark Cavendish at the Giro d'Italia

Giro d'Italia: Mark Cavendish sprints to yet another victory

Manxman takes stage 13 following Bradley Wiggins' withdrawal from the tour

Wiggins: 'I've had a pretty rough 24 hours'

Giro d'Italia: Bradley Wiggins could pull out of race

Team Sky director Sir Dave Brailsford says the condition of Bradley Wiggins will be assessed overnight after the ailing Briton lost further ground on Vincenzo Nibali in the race for the overall lead in the Giro d'Italia.

Wiggins: 'I've had a pretty rough 24 hours'

Giro d'Italia: Bradley Wiggins just clings on as infection takes its toll

A chest infection was the latest setback to hit Britain's pre-race favourite Sir Bradley Wiggins on the Giro d'Italia.

Bradley Wiggins is currently sitting in fourth place

Giro d'Italia: Winning the Giro is perhaps a little beyond me now, says Bradley Wiggins

Uran's solo success leaves Sky pondering a two-leader approach to the quest for victory

Sir Bradley Wiggins in action during the eighth stage of the Giro d'Italia

Giro d'Italia: Wiggins woe after losing out to Dowsett

A puncture scuppers Sir Bradley’s hopes of a time trial win, leaving rival Vincenzo Nibali to take the Giro d’Italia pink jersey

Bradley Wiggins struggles to the finishing line in the rain after crashing during yesterday’s stage

Giro d'Italia: Fall leaves shaken Bradley Wiggins playing catch-up on rivals

Spain's Benat Intxausti Elorriaga the new leader as Australian Adam Hansen wins stage

Mark Cavendish wins the first stage of the Giro d'Italia in Naples

Mark Cavendish wins the first stage of cycling's Giro d'Italia, while Bradley Wiggins sticks with the peloton

Cavendish pleased to win 'difficult, difficult stage'

Glorious scenery and a race to relish – the Giro has it all

Giro d'Italia: A ride as tough as the Tour de France, as Italian as pasta

It always pleased the purist – now general fans are catching up

Mark Cavendish hopes to win the opening stage tomorrow

Cycling: 'Third man' Mark Cavendish looking for centre stage at the Giro d'Italia

British sprinter targets first pink jersey in the Giro d'Italia after agenda set by Wiggins and Froome

Bradley Wiggins

Sir Bradley Wiggins rival Ivan Basso pulls out of Giro d'Italia

Basso is a two-time winner of the tour

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