Brailsford: There’s more than one way to win the Tour de France

Supported by Paris, July 29, 2019 (AFP) – Egan Bernal’s victory on Sunday marked a seventh Tour de France success in eight editions for the team once called Sky and now known as Ineos, highlighting the outfit’s clinical command of cycling’s biggest event. Led by Briton Dave Brailsford their only failure to claim the yellow jersey on … The post Brailsford: There’s more than one way to win the Tour de France appeared first on CyclingTips .

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