September 11, 2012

Cavendish Takes Tour of Britain Stage

Having crashed and lost out to team mate Luke Rowe on the first day of the Tour of Britain and been beaten to the line by GreenEDGE’s Leigh Howard on the second, Mark Cavendish finally had his moment on today’s ToB stage (161.4km Jedburgh to Dumfries) winning in a time of
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Swan Song for Pooley?

Emma Pooley has told the BBC that she may quit professional cycling to concentrate on her academic studies. Pooley, who won silver in the Time Trial in Beijing but suffered a disappointing London Games (sixth in the TT and 40th in the Road Race), told BBC Radio Norfolk that she
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Road to Valour

Road to Valour

Gino Bartali was born into near poverty in rural Italy on the eve of the First World War, yet rose to become one of the greatest names in European cycling, winning the Giro three times – 1936, 1937 and 1946 – and the Tour de France twice, first in 1938 and again in 1948 (the
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