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French. France. Tour de France. Issue 32. Enjoy! #TdF  
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It just won't be the same without Dan and his great attacking style.
Irish rider to focus more on the Vuelta a España in August and September
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'You put your life into something and make sacrifices for days like this' —Miami native Andrew Talansky, 25, after taking his greatest victory to date at the #Dauphine  on Sunday. (Photo: ASO)

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Here's the real reason we cyclists shave our legs! 

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COUNTDOWN TO THE TOUR DE FRANCE: PART IV. #TdF  

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This will be the first Chinese rider to compete in the Tour de France.

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BREAKING NEWS: UCI accused of giving #Froome unfair advantage

PARIS, June 15, 2014 (AFP) — World cycling's governing body has been accused of giving British rider Chris Froome an unfair advantage in the Tour of Romandie in April by allowing him to use a steroid-based drug.

According to the French Sunday newspaper Le Journal du Dimanche, Froome, who went on to win the race in Switzerland, was suffering from a chill and was granted permission to use the steroid to treat the illness under the therapeutic-use exemption (TUE) rule.

The request for a TUE came from Tour de France winner Froome's Sky team doctor, Alan Farrell, and was approved "solely by the UCI medical director Mario Zorzoli," the paper claimed.

The World Anti-Doping Agency is apparently studying the case, the paper said. Froome was permitted to take up to 40mg of the drug prenisolone a day. The drug is administered in tablet form.

But according to Dr Gerard Guillaume, cited by the Journal du Dimanche as an expert: "The rules state that taking steroids by mouth is prohibited during competition and that if a cyclist displays a condition requiring such a treatment, he is clearly not fit to take part and that any request for a TUE must be considered by a group of experts."

Team Sky rejected the allegations and dismissed accusations of collusion because UCI president Brian Cookson's son is on the Sky staff.

"That's ridiculous," snapped team boss Dave Brailsford.

Cookson was president of British Cycling before his election as UCI supremo last year and Brailsford said: "I've worked with Brian for 16 years at British Cycling and no-one has ever said anything. His son works with us, but I don't think that raises any questions."

He added: "Dr Zorzoli, the UCI doctor, told us what we could and couldn't do, we've always stayed within the rules, so we've got nothing to hide."

Froome, who withdrew from the Liege-Bastogne-Liege classic on April 27, was able two days later to start the Tour of Romandie, the only race in his program for April and May.

He went on to win the final stage, a time trial, and seal victory in the
race for a second year running.

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