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In the latest instalment of her blog, Lizzie Armitstead looks back on the Women's Tour of Britain.

Hot streak Lizzie Armitstead

Hot streak

In the latest instalment of her blog, Lizzie Armitstead discusses continuing the best form of her career.

Aiming high Lizzie Armitstead

Aiming high

In the latest instalment of her blog, Lizzie Armitstead talks travel, training and targets for 2014.

'I've been ill all year' Lizzie Armitstead

'I've been ill all year'

In the latest instalment of her blog, Lizzie Armitstead explains the illness that has blighted her season.

'I was frightened' Lizzie Armitstead

'I was frightened'

In the latest instalment of her blog, Lizzie Armitstead discusses the lack of safety at a recent race.

'I back women's Tour' Lizzie Armitstead

'I back women's Tour'

In the latest instalment of her blog, Lizzie Armitstead discusses a potential women's Tour de France.

'I want British title' Lizzie Armitstead

'I want British title'

In her opening Sky Sports blog, Lizzie Armitstead discusses the national championships.

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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.