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Favourite Froome
Favourite Froome Richard Moore

Favourite Froome

Richard Moore reveals his predictions for the 100th Tour de France, which starts on Saturday.

Alberto on the up? Richard Moore

Alberto on the up?

Richard Moore chats to cycling legend Sean Kelly about Alberto Contador's Tour de France chances.

Plan of attack Richard Moore

Plan of attack

Richard Moore considers Team Sky's tactics for the Tour with five-time champion Bernard Hinault.

Out of control Richard Moore

Out of control

Rain, rivals and mechanical problems have affected Bradley Wiggins at the Giro, says Richard Moore.

Wonder of Wiggins Richard Moore

Wonder of Wiggins

Richard Moore considers the contradictory nature of Bradley Wiggins and Team Sky's power struggle.

Mark of the man Richard Moore

Mark of the man

As Sir Chris Hoy retires, Richard Moore pays tribute to his hard work and impeccable timing.

Fabulous Fabian Richard Moore

Fabulous Fabian

Richard Moore looks back on a cobbled Classics campaign dominated by Fabian Cancellara.

Training secrets Richard Moore

Training secrets

Richard Moore considers the merits and drawbacks of Team Sky's new approach to Classics preparation.

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