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UCI Cookson Warns Of Rise In Tour de France Hooligans

Kuala Lumpur, July 30, 2015 (AFP) - World cycling chief Brian Cookson has warned of a rise in "hooliganism" on Tour de France routes and said winner Chris Froome was the target of nasty insults. After one of the most controversial races in recent years, Cookson also told AFP in an interview that the number of "tired" riders on the Tour made him believe tougher doping tests are having an impact. "There were some regrettable incidents on the tour," the International Cycling Union (UCI) president said on the sidelines of International Olympic Committee meetings in Kuala Lumpur. "I am worried about the beginnings of an element of hooliganism coming towards our sport which we have largely been able to avoid in recent … Read More...

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UCI Cookson Warns Of Rise In Tour de France Hooligans

Kuala Lumpur, July 30, 2015 (AFP) - World cycling chief Brian Cookson has warned of a rise in "hooliganism" on … Read More...

Froome Wins His Second Tour de France In Dominate Fashion

Paris, July 26, 2015 (AFP) - Chris Froome won his second Tour de France title following Sunday's 21st and final … Read More...

Five Stages Where Chris Froome Won The Tour de France

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Froome Blasts ‘Unsportsmanlike’ Attack By Nibali

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Could This Be The Biggest Development To Women’s Cycling

A new development in the field of women’s cycling it set to put the sport on the map as soon as 2016, reports claim. It has now been announced that next year will see the introduction of a new event named WorldTour. Recently, representatives at the UCI Women’s Teams seminar held in Siena discussed the new changes after the inaugural edition of the Strade Bianche event. The new WorldTour … Read More...

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Trek Recalls Almost 1 Million Bicycles After Rider Becomes Paralyzed

Trek Bicycles has issued a recall of of almost 1 million bikes after a series of accidents, one of which left a rider paralyzed. The recall includes all Trek models equipped with front disc brakes and a quick release lever that opens past 180 degrees on the front wheel. This lever can get caught in the disc brake, causing the wheel to come to a sudden stop or completely separate from the bike frame, … Read More...

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Written by: Lea Crosetti, RD, CSSD As a sports dietitian and endurance athlete, I am always looking for new food variations to eat out on the course. Whether it be an attempt to “go more natural”, avoid the GI issues with sugary sports nutrition products, or simply get more variety and tasty foods my body is craving while cycling, it’s the quest to find a nourishing, tolerable and tasty bite while … Read More...

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