Mark Cavendish

McEwen analysis: What's up with Cav?

Robbie McEwen analyses Mark Cavendish's Tour so far.

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2015 Tour Stage 6 reaction: Cavendish reflects on bittersweet day for Etixx

Mark Cavendish gives his thoughts to Matt Rendell after a 'bittersweet' afternoon for Etixx as Zdenek Stybar won the stage but their man in yellow Tony Martin suffered a broken collarbone after a crash on the final kilometre.

2015 Tour Stage 5: Mark Cavendish – Everyone's tired already

Ned Boulting grabbed a few words with Mark Cavendish at the start of Stage 5. Cav admitted that the peloton was already tired after just four days of riding – and a puncture midway through today's stage won't have helped the Manx rider.

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2015 Tour Stage 5 replay: Greipel wins intermediate sprint

Mark Cavendish didn't quite have the legs to prevent Andre Greipel from extending his lead in the points classification.

2015 Tour Stage 2 reaction: Mark Cavendish downbeat after losing to Greipel

Cav was downbeat after missing out on his 26th Tour stage win, understandably, but nevertheless he joked that he could find work as a lead-out man after setting up Andre Greipel for the win on Stage 2.

Mark Cavendish slams 'imbeciles' over Stage 2 sprint criticism

Etixx-Quick-Step sprinter Mark Cavendish took to Twitter after the frantic finish to Stage 2 to defend himself in the face of accusations that he cost his team-mate Tony Martin the yellow jersey.

After finishing fourth (Fabian Cancellara's third place was enough to earn four bonus points and so move ahead of Martin in GC), Cav tweeted that he was 'gutted' that Martin wasn't in yellow. The Manx rider, who has 25 Tour stage wins to his name, called his critics 'imbeciles' who view cycling as a computer game.

Mark Cavendish: I'd be happy with one stage win in 2015 Tour

Ned Boulting caught up with Cav in Utrecht before the start of the 2015 Tour de France. The Manx sprinter was in relaxed and quietly confident mood, but not about to predict a hatful of stage wins to add to his current tally of 25.

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