Tour de France

Weekend in pictures: Froome seals historic Tour de France win

| 24.07.2017

British star claims fourth title in five years There was something for everyone at the weekend, with headlines made across a number of major sports, including cycling, diving, golf, football and horse racing. Chris Froome stole the show when winning his fourth Tour de France title in five years. The... View Article

Dominant Froome looks certain for Tour de France win

| 25.07.2015

Miles Crosby | July 25, 2015 At the end of the second week of the Tour de France, Britain’s Chris Froome has underlined his billing as the race favourite by crushing his opposition to lead the race by a huge margin. He finds himself so far in the lead that... View Article

Tour de France heads to the mountains with Froome in yellow

| 19.07.2015

Miles Crosby | July 19, 2015 Normally, the first week of the Tour de France is a quiet affair for the yellow jersey hopefuls; not so this year. There hasn’t even been a major mountain stage so far, and yet the overall lead has changed hand five times and race... View Article

Coral’s Tour de France first week preview

| 10.07.2015

Miles Crosby | July 10, 2015 The Tour de France starts on Saturday, July 4th, the beginning of a 2,087 mile journey for the 198 riders who will take part. Its 21 stages cover a wide variety of terrain and will challenge the cyclists in every way imaginable. Here, Coral... View Article

Coral’s Beginners’ guide to the Tour de France

| 05.07.2015

Miles Crosby | July 5, 2015 When the 102nd Tour de France cycle race starts on the fourth of July, it will be the beginning of a three week journey covering over 2,000 miles for almost 200 riders. However, despite its prestigious reputation and the fast growing popularity of cycling... View Article

Chris Froome favourite for Tour de France

| 04.07.2015

Miles Crosby | July 4, 2015 Following the highly successful Yorkshire-hosted start to last year’s Tour de France, the 2015 edition will start in the Netherlands before looping around the mountains and flatlands of France. The gruelling 102nd running of the race will cover 2,088 miles over 21 stages, testing... View Article