Alberto Contador nabs the final stage of the Volta ao Algarve as Geraint Thomas wraps up the overall title
Alberto Contador gradually builds form into the 2016 season. This is at the expense of results in Algarve, but he says he's improving day
With a narrow focus on July's Tour de France, Alberto Contador is unconcerned that his form is slow to come around at Volta ao Algarve.
If Alberto Contador starts his own team in 2017, it will be WorldTour, and that means he needs a lot of money — 20 million euros.
Alberto Contador hints that he may choose to form his own WorldTour team to carry on racing after 2016.
With talk of his impending retirement, Alberto Contador wants to go out on a high note, Tinkoff sport director Sean Yates says.
Though the Tour and the Rio Olympics are his main targets for 2016, Contador isn't ruling out a Vuelta start just yet
The Tinkoff squad is in the midst of a training camp on the island of Gran Canaria ahead of the 2016 season.
Alberto Contador is fully focused on targeting the Tour and Olympics, leaving it unlikely that he'll race the Vuelta in final season.
Alberto Contador's swansong season will include Paris-Nice and a single-minded focus on winning the Tour one final time.