Chris Froome and team Sky dominated this year's Tour de France. Do we need to change the rules for them? Is the Tour too predictable? Let's
The dusty lenses of time and nostalgia change our interpretation and our memory. Like a good wine, this Tour will get better with age.
The Tour de France's final Alpine stage is battered by heavy rain and nasty weather. Ride the epic day inside the peloton with GoPro
From Sky's dominance to another impressive performance by Peter Sagan, AFP breaks down the 103rd Tour.
"We'll come back to do it all over again next year," says Sky director Dave Brailsford
An aggressive start, a dominating support staff, and stellar showings in both the mountains and the time trials propel Froome to a third
No Frenchman has won a yellow jersey in over 30 years, but Romain Bardet gives the home crowd hope for a turnaround sometime soon
White jersey Adam Yates is just one of many up-and-comers taking big steps forward in this year's Tour de France
Chris Froome sets his sights on Rio and possibly the Vuelta, downplaying talk of a potential Giro start next year
"It's exciting for next year," says Richie Porte of a hard-earned fifth place at the Tour de France