On a day that Nairo Quintana almost abandoned the Tour, the Colombian instead rides his way onto the podium with two days remaining.
Sean Yates provides his take on how Chris Froome is able to dominate the Tour de France like he's been doing.
At 1:05 out of second entering stage 19, Romain Bardet says he feels strong enough to attack at the Tour this weekend.
After losing over one minute to Chris Froome in the Tour's uphill time trial, Nairo Quintana concedes that he'll have to race for a podium
Andrew Hood describes how Wednesday's stage 17 played out from his perspective as a journalist — an inside look at the Tour de France.
Trek – Segafredo's Markel Irizar explains that in the modern era, even domestiques must train like top Tour de France contenders.
Wout Poels explains what it's like to lead-out Sky teammate Chris Froome on the Tour's toughest mountain stages.
Time is running out for Quintana to be a factor in the overall at the Tour de France. Movistar admits its a very complicated proposition.
Chris Froome pedals his own bike up the mountains of the Tour, but a strong team of climbers is certainly helping.
Will top Russians like Ilnur Zakarin be permitted to race the Rio Games? That's up to the IOC, and Zakarin is staying focused on the Tour.