Power data from Froome\'s stage 10 win is released as Sir David Brailsford jumps to his defence.
Lampre\'s Ruben Plaza Molina was victorious on the 124-mile stage.
The Brit defies continued abuse to lead by three minutes and 10 seconds.
Tour leader abused by fan as Britain\'s Steve Cummings wins his first stage for MTN-Qhubeka.
The Brit leads by three minutes and 10 seconds after stage 14.
Froome stays two minute 52 seconds ahead as his grip on the race tightens.
Basso quit the Tour de France to undergo an operation for testicular cancer.
The Team Sky rider holds off his rivals to remain two minutes and 52 seconds ahead after stage 12.
Froome finishes ninth 24 hours on from his heroics on the first mountain stage.
Froome faces questions over his integrity as he continues to dominate the Tour.
The Briton leads by two minutes and 52 seconds after thrilling climb on first mountain stage.
Froome leads the Tour on a rest day for the riders.
Tinkoff-Saxo rider suffered crash on stage five which showed up the problem.
Team Sky lose out to BMC in the Team Time Trial
Froome holds onto yellow jersey ahead of team time trial on 12 July.
Samoilau, a rider for Pro-Continental team CCC-Sprandi-Polkowice, allegedly hurled abuse at Berhane.
Chris Froome leads but refuses to wear yellow jersey out of respect for the withdrawn Tony Martin.
Africa\'s first trade team to compete in the Tour de France overshadowed by racism allegations.
Cyclist for Polish team CCC who called Eritrean racer a \"f*****g n****r\" apologises with promise of donating month\'s salary to charity.
The 2013 champion remains unscathed as his general classification rivals continue to fall.