The dominant Team Sky victory in the Tour de France was everything British sport has not been for an awfully long time.
From day one, the Team Sky riders rode at the front of the peloton, ruthless intent writ large in the riders’ grimaces. The team was so coldly efficient, Chris Froome was ordered several times to slow down so he could ensure the team’s leader, Bradley Wiggins, remained in control.
Alberto Contador came 108 miles closer to winning his third Tour, no thanks to a bunch of of sheep who came out of fucking nowhere to dart across the road in front of the peloton. More » Read Post
It hasn’t really stopped raining since the cavalcade rolled out of Rochdale 4 days ago. The sun’s peered weakly down on the peloton from time to time, but by and large that’s been it. And underneath the scudding grey autumn clouds t... Read Post