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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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