Road cycling team Trek-Segafredo have put together a star-studded line up, including two-time Tour de France winner Alberto Contador and German rider John Degenkolb. The experienced pair are ready to fight for the biggest prizes.
The 34-year-old Spaniard is considered one of the best riders of his time, but despite the success, some will remember him for his 2012 doping scandal. Contador will park his bike after next month's Vuelta in Spain.
Marcel Kittel has won back-to-back stages in the Tour de France, outsprinting the field on the final stretch of the 11th stage. He now has five stage wins in this year's Tour de France.
Defending champion Chris Froome gained time on Italian Fabio Aru to win back the yellow jersey. But the stage victory went to Team Sunweb's Matthews - his second career win at the famous Grand Tour in cycling.
Briton Chris Froome has become the third cyclist in history to claim victory in both the Vuelta a Espana and Tour de France in the same year. Froome finished more than two minutes ahead of Italian rival Vincenzo Nibali.
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