On the Champs-Elysees fittingly bathed in the yellow of a golden dusk, a Tour de France for the ages crowned a champion of an unusually young age on Sunday: 22-year-old Egan Bernal, South America's first winner of cycling's greatest race.
By John Leicester, Samuel Petrequin, Associated Press
In our news wrap Tuesday, the State Department warned American traveling in Europe this summer to watch out for terrorist attacks, saying that while there is no specific threat, upcoming events such as the Tour de France could be targets.
By PBS NewsHour
Team Sky rider Chris Froome has officially won his second Tour de France title, and Britain’s third, following the end of the famed race in Paris on Sunday.
By Cathy Zhao
The Fallout Continues from Lance Armstrong's Doping Admission…
In other news Tuesday, Lance Armstrong discussed doping in an interview with Oprah Winfrey months after the world famous cyclist was accused of using performance enhancement drugs to give himself an edge during competitions and stripped of his titles…
In one fell swoop, cyclist Lance Armstrong's sports career has come to a close after the International Cycling Union banned him from professional cycling for life. Ray Suarez reports on the evidence of doping, as well as the recent string…
The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency held hearings on allegations that 2006 Tour de France champion Floyd Landis used steroids. The NewsHour looks at his case and the broader issue of steroids in sports.
The United States won two important European championships this weekend: the British Open and Tour de France. A sports writer and commentator for NPR discusses the two American wins.
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