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A Belgian pact, Pogačar's perfect Sunday, and Alaphilippe's appetite for pain

The top contenders desire a mano a mano contest for the rainbow jersey.

'Definitely the strongest rider in this race': What can't Wout van Aert do?

"To have him by my side has been incredible in the last three weeks," says Jonas Vingegaard.

Wout van Aert is on his phone

A scene from someone else's press conference.

After a month of press conferences, Jumbo-Visma get the doping question

'We are totally clean,' said Vingegaard, while Van Aert 'has no words for shit question'

Can anyone but Wout van Aert win the Tour de France combativity award?

€20,000 is on the line, and there are a few hot contenders in the mix.

The king is dead. Long live the king.

Lifting only one hand in celebration is what feels natural to Jonas Vingegaard, the likely conquerer of Tadej Pogačar.

I wish I had never seen the Wout van Aert mascot

A wobbly menace's big day out.

Tom Pidcock's message to Wout van Aert: Stop playing with our balls

The Brit succinctly sums up a day of dominance from the Belgian.

Why is Wout van Aert allowed to race in a Red Bull helmet on the road?

Van Aert can do what others can't, and we aren't just talking watts.

Will Wout wait?

On the cobbled stage 5 of the Tour de France Wout van Aert has a choice.

If the path to green is paved with second places, Wout van Aert is right on track

Sure, a stage win would be nice, but consistency is key if you want to win green. Just ask Peter Sagan.

Van Aert has ‘no reason to complain’ as he takes yellow on stage 2 of the Tour

After coming second again, van Aert is happy to move into the yellow jersey at the Tour de France: “it’s something every cyclist dreams of”.

Wout out of Belgian champs with knee knock, cautious before Tour de France

Van Aert won't jeopardise his Tour de France, not even for that stunning red, yellow and black jersey.

Like all good action men, Wout van Aert arrives in the nick of time

The Belgian again leaves it late at the Critérium du Dauphiné but this time pulls it out of the bag.

Wout van Aert’s quest for the Tour's green jersey begins with victory at the Dauphiné

Six weeks after closing out his spring, Van Aert got his Tour de France preparation underway with stage 1 victory at the Dauphiné.

Never doubt Wout

Despite claiming surprise at taking second place, the Belgian champion sees it as confirmation of what could have been.

Wout van Aert could still ride Roubaix, just not for himself

The Belgian is said to be 'completely healthy', but will only ride the cobbles in support of a teammate

How does Jumbo-Visma fill its Wout-shaped hole at Flanders?

Tiesj Benoot and Christophe Laporte now solely carry the hopes of the Dutch squad.

Wout van Aert will miss the Tour of Flanders due to COVID-19

Wout van Aert has confirmed that he will not race the Tour of Flanders.

Lack of lurgy lifts Quick-Step and Pidcock, as an out Wout raises hopes

Pidcock and Asgreen play second string favourites to Van der Poel and Pogačar, yet still harbor quiet confidence for Flanders