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Megeve, France Fans cheers as Britain’s Chris Froome, wearing the overall leader’s yellow jersey, passes during the eighteenth stage of the Tour de France. Froome dominated the eighteenth stage time trial to take his second stage win and extend his overall lead to 3min 52sec over Bauke Mollema, with Adam Yates a further 24sec back

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Tour de France 2016: Britain’s Adam Yates in bizarre banner accident

Tour de France 2016: Britain’s Adam Yates in bizarre banner accident | Sport | The Guardian

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Britain’s Adam Yates and France’s Angelo Tulik climb during the 19th stage of the Tour de France, which started in Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne and finished at La Toussuire.

Simon Yates (Great Britain) crosses the finish line for stage 5 of the Tour de l'Avenir ahead of twin brother Adam

Chris Froome of Great Britain and Team Sky winner of the Tour de France 2016 and Adam Yates of Great Britain and OricaBikeExchange…

Adam and Simon Yates: Britain's future Tour de France winners? Adam and Simon Yates are two of most talked about talents in British cycling, and as they embark on their first year as professionals with Orica-GreenEdge, Cycle Sport meets the twins to see what the future holds for them

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Adam Yates of Great Britain and OricaBikeExchange celebrates retaining the young riders white jersey and retaining third position in the GC during...

Adam and Simon Yates: Britain's future Tour de France winners? Adam and Simon Yates are two of most talked about talents in British cycling, and as they embark on their first year as professionals with Orica-GreenEdge, Cycle Sport meets the twins to see what the future holds for them

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Adam and Simon Yates: Britain's future Tour de France winners? Adam and Simon Yates are two of most talked about talents in British cycling, and as they embark on their first year as professionals with Orica-GreenEdge, Cycle Sport meets the twins to see what the future holds for them

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