ONE of the UK's leading cycling events will come to Lanarkshire this spring.
Team Sky's Chris Froome says he will make the Tour de France the focal point of his 2015 season after all, having initially suggested that he was not keen on contesting the race.
Sir Dave Brailsford, the Team Sky principal, has sympathy for Andy Flower after the Kevin Pietersen saga laid bare the challenges of leading an elite sporting team.
Chris Froome is already looking to reclaim the Tour de France yellow jersey in 2015 after his title defence ended with a fractured wrist and hand before the race hit the high mountains.
THERE was to be no Glaswegian time trial glory for David Millar, only the confirmation of time catching up on his 37-year-old legs.