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French Federation defends flying male riders to Australia in business and women in economy

Men's and women's teams get different-class tickets for long flights Down Under: 'It was necessary to make economic choices.'

Julian Alaphilippe, where has your goatee gone?

Your move, Mathieu Burgaudeau.

Julian Alaphilippe is back (not at the Tour de France)

Alaphilippe won on the Mur de Huy at the Tour de Wallonie on Saturday.

Julian Alaphilippe and Mark Cavendish will both miss the 2022 Tour de France

The world champion is absent through injury while last year's green jersey was not picked by Quick-Step AlphaVinyl.

Julian Alaphilippe wants to play Monopoly with you

But something feels wrong.

Julian Alaphilippe has 'option' of Tour de France as recovery continues

The world champion will not rush his return to racing.

Julian Alaphilippe resumes light training as collapsed lung is 'completely healed'

The Frenchman is in a race against time to make it to the start line of the Tour de France.

Julian Alaphilippe says recovery is 'going well'

World champion Julian Alaphilippe has provided a long-awaited update on his condition two weeks after crashing at Liège-Bastogne-Liège.

Julian Alaphilippe’s presence at the Tour de France is in doubt

Lefevere says one thing’s for sure: Remco Evenepoel will not be drafted in should the world champion’s injuries keep him from the Tour.

'Whistling replaced by chaos': Totality of Liège destruction becomes clear

Julian Alaphilippe was among the riders who suffered heavy injuries in the mass pile-up at Liège-Bastogne-Liège.

Liège offers last-chance spring saloon for Quick-Step's gunslingers

Quick-Step look to save their Classics campaign with victory at Liège-Bastogne-Liège.

Julian Alaphilippe out of Milan-Sanremo due to bronchitis

Fabio Jakobsen will be Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl's main man at the Monument on Saturday.

Gallery: Dominance at Strade Bianche

A dominant ride, captured against the backdrop of one of the world's most beautiful places.

Behind the photo: How photographer Tim De Waele shot the Alaphilippe somersault

Tim De Waele was in the right place at the right time in Saturday's Strade Bianche for 'that picture'.

A moment in photos: Alaphilippe's excellent crash technique at Strade Bianche

There is skill in crashing well, and Alaphilippe put on an unfortunate clinic at Strade Bianche

Benoît Cosnefroy vs Julian Alaphilippe: compatriots, friends and rivals

Cosnefroy has more than earned the comparisons between himself and Alaphilippe: “I’ve beaten him now, and hope I can do it again.”

Will Julian Alaphilippe chase Tour GC victory? He's not ruling it out

Alaphilippe is an Alabeliever, after all

Preview: What you need to know about Il Lombardia, the final Monument of the year

Tadej Pogačar, Primož Roglič, Julian Alaphilippe, and Remco Evenepoel are just a few of the stars set to contest the last Monument of 2021.

Alaphilippe, alone: A World Champion's second coming

From the lens of Kristof Ramon, a study of the men's road race and Julian Alaphilippe in flight.

Gallery: Alaphilippe's Worlds winning, clincher-clad Tarmac SL7

Fresh from the finish line, the bike has tubes in its tyres, is caked in Flemish dirt, and is covered in sweat and tears.

Alaphilippe and Voeckler explain how it all went right for the French team

France executed a carefully laid plan that saw Alaphilippe win a second consecutive world title, although that last part was improvised...