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Simon Yates blogs on the ups and downs of 2014 and his primary goals for the season to come.
As he prepares to leave the Tour de France, Simon Yates looks back on his first Grand Tour.
British rider writes exclusively for Sky Sports from the first rest day at the Tour de France.
The Orica-GreenEdge rider says he is still coming to terms with his shock Tour de France selection.
Simon Yates blogs on breaking his collarbone and cheering his brother to victory in Turkey.
In the latest instalment of his blog, Simon Yates talks about moving to Spain and early race success.
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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.
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.
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.