Rafal Majka won stage 17 of the Tour de France as Vincenzo Nibali extended his overall lead.
Alberto Contador has ruled himself out of the Vuelta a Espana due to injury.
- Rogers wins stage 16 solo
- Rogers: New mindset key to win
- Team pursuit only for Wiggins
- Cavendish back on his bike
- Kristoff wins stage 15 of Tour
- Name change for Cav's team
- Yates withdrawn from Tour
- Beaten Bauer left inconsolable
- Majka wins stage 14 solo
- Nibali: I'm worthy of yellow
- Thomas targets breakaway win
- Porte has chest infection
- Peerless Nibali wins again
- Porte: I struggled in the heat
- Kristoff sprints to victory
- Gallopin escapes to victory
- Sagan: My destiny not to win
- Two-year ban for Tiernan-Locke
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