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2013 Tour de France - Attach or be attacked

Last winter Sky boss Dave Brailsford sat down with his star Tour de France contender, Chris Froome and told him that - after much studying of the route - there was only one way to win cycling's toughest bike race in 2013: all-out attacking.

But even Brailsford could not have expected a Tour de France victory forged with the astuteness, ambition and raw aggression shown by Chris Froome in 2013. Or that the 28-year-old Kenyan-born Briton would need these qualities so desperately, as his team left him isolated on three crucial stages.

Three stage wins - one of them on the Mont Ventoux, France's single toughest climb - saw Froome take an iron grip on the Tour. But only on paper. With Sky looking vulnerable and key teammates quitting ill and injured, Froome's resilience was put to the test, again and again.

The ambushes and attacks came everywhere - on the flat stages, on the most dangerous of descents, on mythical Alpine climbs. Froome might be bound for Great Britain's second straight Tour win, but his enemies would fight him right to the gates of glory in Paris. What more could you ask for from the centenary edition of cycling's greatest bike race?

Commentary by Phil Liggett & Paul Sherwen.


2012 Tour de France - British Invasion!

Relive Bradley Wiggins historic triumph in the 2012 Tour de France...

On Sunday 22nd July 2012, watched by a UK audience of nearly 4 million viewers, Bradley Wiggins crossed the finish line of the world's greatest race wearing the famous maillot jaune to become the first ever British winner of Le Tour de France.

The 32-year-old punched his arms in the air and clapped as he crossed the line on Paris's Champs-Élysées after fellow Briton Mark Cavendish capped off a stunning Tour for British outfit Team Sky by winning the final stage of the race for the fourth consecutive year.

Also featured in these extensive reviews are the incredible stage wins of David Millar and Chris Froome plus highlights of Mark Cavendish's three stage victories that brought his total number of stage wins in the Tour de France to 23 the most ever for a sprinter in the Tours history.

Commentary by Phil Liggett & Paul Sherwen.

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