Tour de France 2015 News
What Happens to Your Body When You Exercise
ABC News' Medical Editor Dan Childs finds out how long he can exercise before his body begins to shut down.
TWO ELITE QUARTERBACKS. ONE UNFORGETTABLE RIVALRY.
1: MANNING AND BRADY-SPEAK: 'OMAHA' AND 'WHITE 80' It's hard to top "Omaha" and how it spread like wildfire, so this is one matchup Brady is going to have a tough time "winning." Manning has used other pre-snap calls such as "apple "arrow'' or "taco" and even the names of Hall of Fame quarterbacks
Zdeno Chara's unique character makes him special to league
BOSTON -- In the mood to compete a few summers ago, Boston Bruins captain Zdeno Chara decided to ride his bicycle for seven hours and 200 miles through the vast Czech Republic terrain. "You know you're going on a 200-miler and you know it's going to be long, it's going to be painful and you're
First African Rider to Win Coveted Climber's Jersey in Tour de France
A rider from Eritrea has become the first African to earn one of the coveted jerseys in the Tour de France — the grueling three-week contest that has traditionally been dominated by European and American riders. Daniel Teklehaimanot, 26, became the first African rider to claim the polka-dot jersey
What's Behind Tour De France Bike Crashes?
Dozens of riders have gone down in scary chain-reaction crashes during the famous bicycle race.
Stunning Allegations Against Michigan Doctor
Physician accused of falsely diagnosing and prescribing treatment for cancer for hundreds of patients.
High-speed wreck disrupts Tour, overshadows tight finish
Stage 3 of the Tour de France saw Spain's Joaquim Rodriguez out-duel other big names on the uphill finish to take the stage victory , but what happened before Monday's four late climbs overshadowed the late battles. A heavy crash with about 37 miles remaining in the stage saw 20 riders go down,
Rodriguez wins third stage marred by crash that knocks down 20 riders
HUY, Belgium -- Spanish veteran Joaquim Rodriguez won the crash-marred third stage of the Tour de France on Monday, with British rider Chris Froome finishing second to take the yellow jersey. The crash happened with a little under 60 kilometers (37 miles) remaining, forcing the stage to be
LeBron James' unfathomable workload
Last Tuesday a group of leading sports scientists gathered in Northern England to watch the NBA Finals. That wasn't the intended reason for the gathering. The idea was for top trainers and scientists, from teams like the Premier League's Northampton and Manchester United along with England,