European Tour suspends ticket sales for rest of YEAR – but you can still buy them for The Open in July – The Sun

THE European Tour has suspended ticket sales for the rest of the YEAR amid the coronavirus pandemic. But you can still buy tickets for The Open in July at a cost of £85 each on the Royal and Ancient's official website. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news and updates The Masters has been postponed and already […]

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Tour de France: ‘UCI will keep pushing ASO for women’s race’ – David Lappartient

Cycling’s world governing body will “continue to push” Tour de France organisers for a women’s equivalent, says UCI president David Lappartient. Amaury Sport Organisation (ASO) currently run La Course, a one-day race for women during the men’s Tour. The 2019 edition is a 121km circuit race around Pau before stage 13 of the men’s Tour on Friday. “One day of […]

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Geraint Thomas: Tour de France defence ‘best it could be’ – Dave Brailsford

Team Ineos boss Dave Brailsford believes Geraint Thomas’ Tour de France title defence is the “best it could be” as it nears the halfway point. Thomas moved up to second place after Monday’s 10th stage and is now one minute and 12 seconds behind overall race leader Julian Alaphilippe. With Alaphilippe not regarded as a yellow jersey contender, Brailsford is […]

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Tour de France 2019: Mike Teunissen wins stage one in Brussels

Mike Teunissen won a sprint finish to claim the opening stage of the 2019 Tour de France in Brussels, Belgium. The Jumbo-Visma rider surprisingly beat Bora-Hansgrohe’s three-time world champion Peter Sagan on the line to take the yellow jersey. Caleb Ewan of Lotto Soudal finished third and Team Dimension Data’s Giacomo Nizzolo took fourth. Defending champion Geraint Thomas went down […]

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