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So much can change in a week of sporting action and, sure enough, there have been plenty of highs and lows over the past seven days.
The 101st Tour de France had it all. Scorching heat, driving rain, cobbles, crashes galore, enormous crowds and even yellow sheep animating what developed into one of the most compelling editions of cycling’s greatest race in years.
The Tour de France is always the cycling season's marquee race, but for the British fan, the 101st edition is set to be doubly special.
Before coming into these Commonwealth Games there were a lot of questions hanging over Sir Bradley Wiggins, if only in the public mind.
It's been another eventful week across the world of sport, but again it showed that for every smiling winner there's a disheartened loser.
I’m afraid to say I’m going to be leaving the Tour de France today, after my Orica-GreenEdge team decided to pull me out in order to avoid exhausting me.
- I'm eager to complete my medal collection with gold at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow
- Alberto Contador flew past twice as fast as I was going - and he had a broken leg!
- It still feels surreal that I will make my Tour de France debut in Yorkshire tomorrow
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- Leeds City College students investigate impact of the Tour de France coming to Yorkshire
The Tour de France is widely tipped to see a four-way battle between Chris Froome, Alberto Contador, Nairo Quintana and Vincenzo Nibali for the yellow jersey.
On Saturday I will start my second Tour de France and although the experience won't be a new one, it's a special feeling to be back at the sport's most prestigious race.
Much of the focus at the Tour de France is on the fight for the yellow jersey or battle to be king of the sprints.
Read the thoughts and opinions of Lizzie Armitstead with skysports.com