Five talking points from stage 17 of the Vuelta a España

Nairo Quintana tried to seal the Vuelta a Espa a title on stage 17 but a huge effort by Chris Froome meant the Sky man is still in contention Chris Froome still has a slim chance Chris Froome on stage 17 of the Vuelta a Espa a (Watson) Nairo Quintana 1 almost delivered the knockout blow to Chris Froome 2 on stage 17, but the Team Sky man s glass jaw ensured he stayed in (distant) contention for the Vuelta a Espa a 3 title.

We re seeing the complete opposite Quintana to the one we saw at the Tour de France in July 4 .

Here he is relentlessly throwing down attacks on the key climbs to put his rivals under pressure.

Summer Games: Bing Predicts Must-Watch Events For This Weekend

Every four years, fans from all over the world tune into the Summer Games and watch in awe as athletes from around the globe challenge the limits of what the human body can do.

From Usain Bolt s double-triple in 2012, to Michael Phelps medal-winning record, the Summer Games have provided more than its fair share of jaw-dropping, seat-gripping moments.

Bora ready to step-up to WorldTour with signing of Peter Sagan for 2017

The German team are to announce the signing of Sagan imminently, and hope his presence will get the the green light to become a WorldTour team World champion Peter Sagan 1 will help German team Bora-Hansgrohe take another step this winter in its slow and steady development.

With new star Slovak, whose contract will be announced in the coming week, the team may now enter the WorldTour 2 with rights to race every major Classic and Grand Tour.