1. Lennard Kaemna descends to victory on stage 16 of the Tour de France, Richie Porte in touch  ABC News
  2. Philippa York: Silence isn't golden for Ineos' Tour de France failure  Cyclingnews.com
  3. Roglic holds on to yellow as Kaemna takes first Tour stage win  Sydney Morning Herald
  4. Brailsford 'back to drawing board' with Ineos as Roglic maintains Tour lead  The Guardian
  5. 'Motivated' Porte dreaming of Tour de France podium finish  SBS
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Lennard Kaemna claims his first Tour de France victory as Richie Porte maintains contact with the race leaders ahead of the 'Queen stage' of the race.Lennard Kaemna claims his first Tour de France victory as Richie Porte maintains contact with the race leaders ahead of the 'Queen stage' of the race.

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Brailsford needs to face up to serious questions, says expertBrailsford needs to face up to serious questions, says expert

Philippa York: Silence isn't golden for Ineos' Tour de France failure | Cyclingnews

Lennard Kaemna outwitted Giro winner Richard Carapaz at the top of the last climb to finish almost a minute and a half ahead after charging down in the descent.Lennard Kaemna outwitted Giro winner Richard Carapaz at the top of the last climb to finish almost a minute and a half ahead after charging down in the descent.

Richie Porte revealed it would be "an absolute dream" to stand on the podium following the final week of the 2020 Tour de France.The Trek-Segafredo rider looked impressive during his third-placed finish on Stage 15 and has since moved up to sixth in the overall rankings. At 35 years old, the Australian knows there’s still plenty of work to be done, as he aims for a podium finish. “I’m not going to lie, the last couple of mountaintop finishes, when you’re one of the stronger guys on the course, it does enter your mind that the podium is a possibility,” Porte told Cycling Central’s David Mckenzie and Christophe Mallet.

Tour de France 2020: 'Motivated' Porte dreaming of podium finish | SBS Cycling

While Primož Roglič and Tadej Pogačar fight for yellow, five riders are battling for the final Tour de France podium position in Paris. We analyze each man's strengths, weaknesses, and backstory in the push for the podium.While Primož Roglič and Tadej Pogačar fight for yellow, five riders are battling for the final Tour de France podium position in Paris. We analyze each man's strengths, weaknesses, and backstory in the push for the podium.

Analysis: The five GC stars battling for the final Tour de France podium spot – VeloNews.com

As the final week of the 2020 Tour de France is about to get underway, we've been pondering some of the big questions that have emerged over the course ofAs the final week of the 2020 Tour de France is about to get underway, we've been pondering some of the big questions that have emerged over the course of

What do you think: Can Pogacar overhaul Roglic in the Tour's final week? | CyclingTips

As the Ineos Grenadiers ride into the final week of the Tour de France with a new set of priorities now that Egan Bernal is no longer in contention forAs the Ineos Grenadiers ride into the final week of the Tour de France with a new set of priorities now that Egan Bernal is no longer in contention for

Brailsford defends Ineos Grenadiers' Tour de France roster selection | CyclingTips

(Want the Daily News Digest delivered directly to your inbox? Here’s the sign-up.) Lennard Kämna won stage 16 of the Tour de France out of the breakaway(Want the Daily News Digest delivered directly to your inbox? Here’s the sign-up.) Lennard Kämna won stage 16 of the Tour de France out of the breakaway

Kämna wins stage 16 from the break: Daily Tour Digest | CyclingTips

The second round of testing at the Tour de France was carried out yesterday and there were zero positive COVID-19 tests out of a total of 785 individualsThe second round of testing at the Tour de France was carried out yesterday and there were zero positive COVID-19 tests out of a total of 785 individuals

Zero positives at Tour de France second round of testing | CyclingTips

As the riders prepare for the third and final week of the Tour de France, let's take a look at how the race got to where it is. If you haven't alreadyAs the riders prepare for the third and final week of the Tour de France, let's take a look at how the race got to where it is. If you haven't already

What these charts can tell us about the second week of the Tour de France | CyclingTips

The NRL top eight is locked in, the coaching merry-go-round is slowing to a halt and I hope the journos from Nine and News Corp are done crying about who’s being meaner to whom for the time being. So let’s leave the footy aside for a week. July is my favourite month of the year. […]The NRL top eight is locked in, the coaching merry-go-round is slowing to a halt and I hope the journos from Nine and News Corp are done crying about who’s being meaner to whom for the time being. So let’s leave the footy aside for a week. July is my favourite month of the year. […]

Indulge me, because this is the best Tour de France in years

La Tour du Pin - Villard de Lans 164 km Time for a chunk of Alps to see if we can separate the two Slovenians in the GC. Tooday should be more of a leg-softener though. Post-restday legs of...La Tour du Pin - Villard de Lans 164 km Time for a chunk of Alps to see if we can separate the two Slovenians in the GC. Tooday should be more of a leg-softener though. Post-restday legs of...

Tour de France Stage 16 LIVE - Podium Cafe

The inner workings of a Tour de France sprint lead-outThe finale of a sprint stage can look chaotic, but every rider that you see at the front has a very specific job to do.

The inner workings of a Tour de France sprint lead-out - how the fastest get to the finish line first | road.cc

Wiggins: Brailsford would face sack as football manager2012 Tour de France winner reflects on selection issues at this year's race

Wiggins: If Brailsford were a football manager, he'd have been sacked | road.cc

UAE Team Emirates’ 21-year-old rider gives himself hope heading into final six stagesUAE Team Emirates’ 21-year-old rider gives himself hope heading into final six stages

Tour de France: The next few days will be super hard, says Tadej Pogacar | Uae-sport – Gulf News

After winning seven Tours de France in eight years, the reign of Team Ineos—formerly Team Sky—has ended.After winning seven Tours de France in eight years, the reign of Team Ineos—formerly Team Sky—has ended.

The End of a Cycling Dynasty - WSJ

The world’s most prestigious cycling race may prove that sprawling sports events can be held amid a pandemic. But there’s still a week to go.The world’s most prestigious cycling race may prove that sprawling sports events can be held amid a pandemic. But there’s still a week to go.

The Tour de France 2020 has had no coronavirus positive tests after the second rest day, with the race now likely to make it to Paris. 

No coronavirus positives after second rest day of Tour de France 2020  - Cycling Weekly

Coming out of the second rest day, the peloton hits the first—and easiest—of three stages in the Alps. One of the highest paved roads in France, the Col de la Loze’s 2,304 meters is easily the biggest mountain in the entire 2020 Tour.

Tour de France 2020 - Stage 17 Preview and Map

Roglic leads Pogacar by 40 seconds with five stages remaining. Rigoberto Uran is third at 1min 35sec, while Lopez and Briton Adam Yates round out the top five.Roglic leads Pogacar by 40 seconds with five stages remaining. Rigoberto Uran is third at 1min 35sec, while Lopez and Briton Adam Yates round out the top five.

Roglic in control as Tour heads to high mountains

The Tour de France 2020 is coming around after being rescheduled and we've got all the details including date and TV scheduleThe Tour de France 2020 is coming around after being rescheduled and we've got all the details including date and TV schedule

Tour de France 2020 dates | TV schedule and live stream - Radio Times

VILLARD DE LANS (France) • Primoz Roglic maintained the overall lead in the Tour de France yesterday as German all-rounder Lennard Kamna won the medium mountain stage 16 - a 164km ride from La Tour du Pin.. Read more at straitstimes.com.Sport News -VILLARD DE LANS (France) • Primoz Roglic maintained the overall lead in the Tour de France yesterday as German all-rounder Lennard Kamna won the medium mountain stage 16 - a 164km ride

Roglic keeps hold of yellow jersey with just 5 stages left, Sport News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

The 29-year-old cyclist also spoke about the impact the Tour de France’s taxing schedule was having.The 29-year-old cyclist also spoke about the impact the Tour de France’s taxing schedule was having.

'I'm fully Irish, don't worry' - Sam Bennett · The42

Sir Dave Brailsford admitted the Ineos Grenadiers need to go back to the drawing board as they suffered another frustrating day at the Tour de FranceSir Dave Brailsford admitted the Ineos Grenadiers need to go back to the drawing board as they suffered another frustrating day at the Tour de France

Sir Dave Brailsford admits Ineos Grenadiers need to go back to the drawing board | ITV Cycling

Coming from July into the heart of September, the rearranged Tour de France turned up with its high summer weather. The Isère never looked better; a blue sky, the river, the mountains, the sleepyComing from July into the heart of September, the rearranged Tour de France turned up with its high summer weather. The Isère never looked better; a blue sky, the river, the mountains, the sleepy

Far from the Tour de France, Chris Froome's struggles to return to full race fitness continued on the Italian roads of the Tirreno-Adriatico with the British rider just inside the top 100.Far from the Tour de France, Chris Froome's struggles to return to full race fitness continued on the Italian roads of the Tirreno-Adriatico with the British rider just inside the top 100.

Froome's struggles continue far from the Tour de France | SuperSport

The remaining 156 Tour de France riders were authorized to keep racing on after the latest coronavirus tests.

Remaining 156 Tour de France riders pass virus tests

Tour de France Stage 16: Kämna wins (+ highlights)Bora-Hansgrohe rider attacked on final categorised climb and rode alone to victory

Tour de France Stage 16: Lennard Kämna takes solo win (+ highlights) | road.cc

The Kiwi's covered almost 2500 kilometres in nearly 66 hours in the saddle.The Kiwi's covered almost 2500 kilometres in nearly 66 hours in the saddle.

George Bennett battling illness in quest to help teammate win Tour de France | 1 NEWS | TVNZ

Entire race bubble given the all-clear following tests during the final rest dayEntire race bubble given the all-clear following tests during the final rest day

Tour de France to continue as all staff and riders test negative for Covid-19 | Cyclist

All 22 teams will start the 16th stage of the Tour de France after riders and staff members tested negative for Covid-19, organisers and the sport's governing UCI said on Tuesday.All 22 teams will start the 16th stage of the Tour de France after riders and staff members tested negative for Covid-19, organisers and the sport's governing UCI said on Tuesday.

All teams to start Tour de France's 16th stage after negative Covid-19 tests

Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and François Thomazeau discuss the 16th stageRichard Moore, Lionel Birnie and François Thomazeau discuss the 16th stage

The Cycling Podcast — Tour de France 2020: Stage 16, La Tour-du-Pin to Villard-de-Lans

Bradley Wiggins says his old boss Dave Brailsford would be facing the sack if he were a football manager after a poor Tour de France so far for Ineos Grenadiers.Bradley Wiggins says his old boss Dave Brailsford would be facing the sack if he were a football manager after a poor Tour de France so far for Ineos Grenadiers.

If it was football, Brailsford would be fired, says Wiggins | SuperSport

Young German rider Lennard Kämna takes stage 16 ahead of race’s toughest dayYoung German rider Lennard Kämna takes stage 16 ahead of race’s toughest day

Green for go as Sam Bennett safely passes first Alpine test

Germany's Lennard Kamna won stage 16 of the Tour de France from a breakaway in Villard-de-Lans, where Ireland's Nicolas Roche finished eighth. Roche's compatriot Sam Bennett retained his green jersey, while Primoz Roglic remains the overall leader.Germany's Lennard Kamna won stage 16 of the Tour de France from a breakaway in Villard-de-Lans, where Ireland's Nicolas Roche finished eighth. Roche's compatriot Sam Bennett retained his green jersey, while Primoz Roglic remains the overall leader.

Kamna claims stage 16 of Tour as Roche is eighth

Irish star has already won a stage at Tour de France but is aiming to win coveted points classificationIrish star has already won a stage at Tour de France but is aiming to win coveted points classification

Sam Bennett gears up for the pressure of staying in green jersey

With six stages remaining, the Irish sprinter holds a 45-point lead over Peter Sagan in the points classification With six stages remaining, the Irish sprinter holds a 45-point lead over Peter Sagan in the points classification

Sam Bennett braced for final stages of gruelling Tour de France as green jersey battle heats up - Irish Mirror Online