The Alberto Contador Notebook

The Alberto Contador Notebook is a comprehensive online magazine dedicated to providing news, photos, race reports and other information in English in support of three-time Tour de France winner, winner of the 2008 Giro d’Italia and Vuelta España and reigning Spanish time-trial champion, Alberto Contador.

We are particularly dedicated to providing faithful translations from the Spanish of Alberto Contador’s interviews and comments.

Our Paris correspondent Christine Kahane brings a unique perspective and loving touch to coverage of this magnificent champion at Christine’s Diary.

During the month of May, Photo Daybook offers an accruing exhibit of Christine’s photos. Focus is on works from her 2010 collection, taken at the Volta ao Algarve, Paris-Nice, the Vuelta a Castilla y León and Liège-Bastogne-Liège. A new photo will be added each day.

Photos © Christine Kahane, Alberto Contador Notebook, 2010.

Unauthorized use and/or duplication of photos is forbidden unless accompanied by full and clear credit to the Alberto Contador Notebook and Christine Kahane including link to original website.

Credits should read:
Christine Kahane/Alberto Contador Notebook:

Contact Rebecca Bell, editor, at

(Above photo: Contador at the Vuelta a Castilla y León, April 2010)

For more about Alberto Contador, visit his official website.

One Response to “The Alberto Contador Notebook”

  1. Alberto, leave the critics in the dust as you do all your challengers. There was no reason to wait. Does the race stop because someone shifts the gear wrong and maybe even has done the damage himself. Wear the yellow proudly you earned it.

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