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Tough Times in Cycling

10/21/2013| 5 comments
by Neil Browne

Tough Times in Cycling

One rider tries to secure a contract while another symbolically cuts away from it.

One rider tries to secure a contract while another symbolically cuts away from it.

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UCI's Cookson opens talks with WADA over investigation into UCI

10/11/2013| 0 comments
by Reuters and Roadcycling.com

UCI's Cookson opens talks with WADA over investigation into UCI

The International Cycling Union (UCI) has contacted the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) to start discussions for an independent investigation into cycling's governing body, new UCI president Brian Cookson said earlier today.

The International Cycling Union (UCI) has contacted the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) to start discussions for an independent investigation into cycling's governing body, new UCI president Brian Cookson said earlier today.

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World Championships Week - Vos, Costa, Cookson Winners

10/1/2013| 0 comments
by Neil Browne

World Championships Week - Vos, Costa, Cookson Winners

Is cycling going to get the leadership it deserves?

Is cycling going to get the leadership it deserves?

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Americans in Spain

09/17/2013| 1 comment
by Neil Browne

Americans in Spain

Chris Horner wins the Vuelta amid the drama. There was another American too.

Chris Horner wins the Vuelta amid the drama. There was another American too.

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The Horner Conundrum

09/9/2013| 3 comments
by Neil Browne

The Horner Conundrum

Chris Horner is over 40 and could win a grand tour. Let's take a deeper look.

Chris Horner is over 40 and could win a grand tour. Let's take a deeper look.

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Training & Health

Study indicates Tour de France riders live longer

09/4/2013| 0 comments
by Reuters and Roadcycling.com

Study indicates Tour de France riders live longer

French riders in the Tour de France live an average of six years longer than the general population and die less often of cardiovascular problems, researchers found. Findings may help ease worries about the effect of extreme exercise on the heart.

French riders in the Tour de France live an average of six years longer than the general population and die less often of cardiovascular problems, researchers found. Findings may help ease worries about the effect of extreme exercise on the heart.

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UCI reports no doping cases from 2013 Tour de France

08/21/2013| 0 comments
by AP and Roadcycling.com

UCI reports no doping cases from 2013 Tour de France

No riders tested positive for doping at the Tour de France, the International Cycling Union (UCI) announced earlier today.

No riders tested positive for doping at the Tour de France, the International Cycling Union (UCI) announced earlier today.

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UCI presidency candidates Cookson and McQuaid in another angry clash

08/17/2013| 0 comments
by Reuters and Roadcycling.com

UCI presidency candidates Cookson and McQuaid in another angry clash

The bitter battle for the presidency of cycling's governing body took another twist today as the two candidates, incumbent Pat McQuaid and challenger Brian Cookson, were involved in another angry exchange.

The bitter battle for the presidency of cycling's governing body took another twist today as the two candidates, incumbent Pat McQuaid and challenger Brian Cookson, were involved in another angry exchange.

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Garmin-Sharp's Andreas Klier banned for doping

08/17/2013| 0 comments
by AP and Roadcycling.com

Garmin-Sharp's Andreas Klier banned for doping

Retired German cyclist Andreas Klier has accepted a six-month ban after admitting to doping during his career.

Retired German cyclist Andreas Klier has accepted a six-month ban after admitting to doping during his career.

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Study: West Germany cultivated culture of doping

08/6/2013| 0 comments
by AP and Roadcycling.com

Study: West Germany cultivated culture of doping

West Germany's government encouraged and covered up a culture of doping among its athletes for decades, according to a comprehensive study partially released Monday.

West Germany's government encouraged and covered up a culture of doping among its athletes for decades, according to a comprehensive study partially released Monday.

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