Rupert Guinness

Rupert Guinness

Rupert Guinness is a Sports Reporter for The Sydney Morning Herald


Not such a know-it-all: Haas joins the nerdy class for ’bonkers’ Giro lesson

Nathan Haas.

Rupert Guinness Nathan Haas says he thought he "knew everything" in cycling before his Giro d'Italia grand tour debut, and admits the three-week race has become a 'masterclass' for him in the sport.


GreenEDGE in contention for yellow jersey

Tour de France.

Rupert Guinness Orica-GreenEDGE's South African member Daryl Impey is within striking range of taking the leader's yellow jersey after his eighth place in Sunday's 156km second stage.

Tour de France

Cavendish wins stage 18 of Tour

Mark Cavendish

Rupert Guinness World Champion Mark Cavendish has struck blazing form in the back end of the Tour de France to claim an astonishing victory in the 18th stage that will elevate him back into favouritism for the...


'Dreams do come true': Wiggins wins Tour de France

Bradley Wiggins

Rupert Guinness Bradley Wiggins is crowned Britain's first Tour de France champion.


Sky soars as Evans doggedly hangs on


Rupert Guinness Bradley Wiggins of Great Britain achieved his childhood dream of wearing the yellow jersey overnight and now he faces the daunting task of keeping it for the remaining two weeks.


Goss punished for wild Tour sprint


Rupert Guinness As Great Britain's glory-filled Tour de France continued on stage 12, for the Australian Orica-GreenEDGE team it ended in disappointment Matt Goss being relegated and deducted 30 points from the...


Aussies hit back at fan abuse

Bradley Wiggins of Great Britain follows the wheel of teammate Michael Rogers (right) of Australia in the Tour de France this week.

Rupert Guinness TOUR DE FRANCE riders Richie Porte and Michael Rogers say they have been shocked by the tirades of abuse and insults from Australian cycling fans upset that they have been racing to help Briton...


Goss docked points in green jersey battle

Matthew Goss

Rupert Guinness MATT GOSS suffered a huge blow to his Tour green jersey aspirations with a 30-point deduction yesterday for an illegal sprint in the finish of stage 12.


Goss penalty 'very unfair': team chief

What da!: Peter Sagan protests to Matt Goss at the Australian?s sprint finish.

Rupert Guinness, Annonay Davezieux Matt Goss suffers blow to Tour green jersey aspirations with 30-point deduction.

Fan insults shock Australians

Australian fans wave national flags as the pack rides in the 148-km 11th stage.

Rupert Guinness, Annonay Davezieux Richie Porte and Michael Rogers shocked by abuse and insults from Australian fans.

British cycling on a roll

Rupert Guinness

Rupert Guinness British cycling is on more than a roll before the Olympic Games. It is more like a runaway train.