‘It’s difficult to think of myself as a pro’: Sky’s Beñat Intxausti reflects on his long battle with illness

The Basque rider has missed most of the past two seasons through mononucleosis, but will be kept on with Team Sky through 2018

Benat Intxausti on stage one of the 2016 Tour of Poland. Photo: Graham Watson

The Basque rider has missed most of the past two seasons through mononucleosis, but will be kept on with Team Sky through 2018

Mikel Landa: ‘I improved riding next to Chris Froome at Team Sky’

Spaniard Mikel Landa says that his experience riding with Chris Froome on Team Sky has helped him improve and given him confidence, which he will take to Movistar in 2018

Mikel Landa, Chris Froome, and Fabio Aru pm stage 12 of the Tour de France

Spaniard Mikel Landa says that his experience riding with Chris Froome on Team Sky has helped him improve and given him confidence, which he will take to Movistar in 2018

Philip Deignan signs new deal with Team Sky

Irishman Philip Deignan will ride for a fifth season with British WorldTour outfit Sky after inking a new contract

Philip Deignan

Irishman Philip Deignan will ride for a fifth season with British WorldTour outfit Sky after inking a new contract

‘It’s a great route for us’: Chris Froome and Team Sky DS hopeful of 2018 Tour de France chances

Team already thinking about balance of squad with one fewer rider to pick for the race

Team Sky lead the peloton on stage 12 of the 2017 Tour de France (Sunada)

Team Sky sports director Nicolas Portal has said that the route of the 2018 Tour de France will suit the team, with Froome looking at tough first week.

Comment: Is the 2018 Tour de France route finally one to get the better of Chris Froome and Sky?

Cobbles, just 31km of time trialling and the shortest stage ever; is the 2018 Tour route the one to stop Sky’s dominance of the race?

Tour de France 2017 – 23/07/2017 – Etape 21 – Montgeron / Paris Champs-Elysées (103 km) – France – TEAM SKY

Cobbles, just 31km of time trialling and the shortest stage ever; is the 2018 Tour route the one to stop Sky’s dominance of the race?