Yates backed as favorite on challenging road race course that could also benefit the French
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Was it a good edition of the Vuelta? What does it mean for Yates? How do we rank this year’s grand tours? We unpack the action from Spain.
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The British cycling legend admitted that Simon Yates is thriving better at Mitchelton-Scott than he would have on Sky.
After many years of promise, Yates secures first grand tour victory having taken a different path from Team Sky’s big-budget approach
Yates balances aggression and moderation to banish Giro demons and become the first Brit to win a grand tour outside of Team Sky’s structure
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Yates played it perfectly in both dangerous penultimate stage and throughout the Vuelta, proving lessons have been learned from Giro sting
Yates’ Vuelta victory marks a generational shift, with youthful pair Lopez and Mas completing the Vuelta podium.
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Simon and Adam Yates will lead the squad at the upcoming UCI world championships in Innsbruck, Austria, later this month.
Yates is racing with a more calm approach than in May’s Giro d’Italia thanks to less pressure on stage 16’s time trial
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GC leader Yates won’t sacrifice his team on Vuelta’s longest stage, and that doesn’t sit well with Valverde and Quintana.
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Simon Yates takes a different approach to Vuelta tactics, knowing he won’t bleed as much time in time trial as he did at Giro d’Italia.
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Simon Yates insists his stage 4 attack was accidental, but it shows the Brit is on fine form in the Vuelta.
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Simon and Adam Yates will both make the Vuelta a España start for lead Mitchelton-Scott
Mitchelton-Scott locks up their talents through 2020, despite “significant interest from other outfits.”
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