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September 2011

Cavendish: going for gold

Gold standard

Sky Bet make Mark Cavendish a 5/2 shot for Olympic gold after his Road World Championship win.

Wiggins: should be pleased with Vuelta performance

It's not that Brad

Bradley Wiggins was left dejected after the Vuelta, but Richard Moore says he has much to be proud of.

Froome: not had the support of the Spanish fans

Stolen thunder

Chris Froome's success has prompted Richard Moore to recall Robert Millar and 1985's 'Stolen Vuelta'.

After a difficult first season, Chris Froome has taken a big step forward in 2011

Froome to manoeuvre

The rise of Chris Froome will have given Team Sky food for thought, says Richard Moore.

Features

I had to fight for form after Euros dip but I'm back on track ahead of the world championships

I had to fight for form after Euros dip but I'm back on track ahead of the world championships

Hello from British Cycling’s high-altitude training camp in Tenerife. All of us from the endurance squads are up here, living and riding every day at around 2,100m on Mount Teide.

Tao Geoghegan Hart keeping focus firmly on improvement despite encouraging results in 2014

Tao Geoghegan Hart keeping focus firmly on improvement despite encouraging results in 2014

It’s a measure of Tao Geoghegan Hart’s lofty standards and dedication to improvement that he regards 15th place in only his third elite stage race as not quite up to scratch.

My main aim for 2015 is to ride the Tour de France again and this time go all the way to Paris

My main aim for 2015 is to ride the Tour de France again and this time go all the way to Paris

Well, that was an interesting first season as a professional cyclist. There were some lows, but they were levelled out by some highs, so all in all, I haven’t got any complaints with how it went.

Experts & Blogs

Lizzie Armitstead

Lizzie Armitstead

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