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    Richie Porte crashes out of Stage 9 of Tour de France

    Chris Froome fiercely defended — and even extended — the overall lead in the Tour de France on an ultra-tough day of high drama and punishing climbs in eastern France’s Jura mountains on Sunday, seeing both his top teammate and one of his top rivals crash out and surviving daredevil descents at speeds exceeding 70 kilometers (45 miles) per hour. The last descent of the day with seven climbs saw a terrifying high-speed crash involving Richie Porte, who had been fifth overall but is now out of th

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    Peter Sagan disqualified from Tour de France after Stage 4 crash

    World champion Peter Sagan was disqualified from the Tour de France for causing Mark Cavendish to crash in the final 200 meters of Tuesday’s Stage 4. Cavendish made contact with Sagan in the final sprint, being forced into barriers, crashing to the ground and suffering a to-be-diagnosed shoulder injury. Sagan did not crash and finished second in the stage before being disqualified from the Tour.

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    Mark Cavendish, yellow jersey involved in two crashes during Tour de France Stage 4

    Mark Cavendish crashed hard in the final straightaway sprint at the Tour de France on Tuesday and was attended to by multiple people as riders crossed the finish line. Then, on the final straightaway, Cavendish was squeezed into a barrier on the right side after colliding with Peter Sagan‘s right elbow. Cavendish spent minutes on the ground but eventually got back on his bike and rolled across the finish line favoring his right arm.

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    Tour de France favorite Alejandro Valverde abandons race after brutal Stage 1 crash

    Spaniard Alejandro Valverde crashed and abandoned the Tour de France early on Stage 1 in Duesseldorf, Germany, on Saturday. Valverde, who finished third at the 2015 Tour, hit the wet pavement on a rainy day during his individual time trial. Valverde’s Team Movistar said the 37-year-old was taken by ambulance to a hospital to assess possible fractures.

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    Closer Depth Chart: Tracking Fantasy Baseball's bullpen situations

    With several evolving bullpen situations, stay up to date with the closer landscape.

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    Lance Armstrong: I would dope again

    Lance Armstrong would dope again, which might be the most honest and sympathy-inducing thing he's ever said.

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    Cycling president proposes moving Summer Olympic sports to Winter Games

    International Cycling Union president Brian Cookson's idea of saving summer Olympic sports by moving them to winter is just a bad idea.

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    This year's Tour de France winner can't pedal away from sport's tainted past

    Team Sky's Chris Froome will likely be the winner, but he won't exactly enjoy the spoils of victory.

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    Switching gears: Tyler Hamilton's feelings about Lance Armstrong change

    The former U.S. Postal Service teammate says he no longer hates Armstrong.

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    Oprah takes loss in first part of Lance Armstrong one-on-one interview

    Oprah Winfrey allowed Lance Armstrong to control their one-on-one interview.

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    Lance Armstrong, arrogant and unaware, did little to repair his image in mea culpa with Oprah

    Armstrong apologized for lying, but once off the script he came off as a jerk.

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    After years of denial, why is Lance Armstrong admitting he used PEDs now?

    Here is why the disgraced cyclist may have decided to tell Oprah he's spent years lying about his drug use.

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    Lance Armstrong's doping admission: Questions Oprah should have asked

    The embattled former cycling champion has some questions to answers, though not necessarily to who you think.

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    If Lance Armstrong is coming clean, he owes hundreds of apologies to those he bullied

    Throughout Lance Armstrong's career he hasn't just denied he doped, he's tried to destroy anyone who suggested otherwise. So now it's all forgiven? Only his sizeable ego could think that's enough.

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