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Who to Watch at Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne

Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne is known for being a tough spring classic (Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne)

This weekend marks the kick-off of the spring cycling classics, and things are getting off to a fast start. 125 more words

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Running Functionally Flummoxed?

Getting that familiar ache late into your run? After sitting for an hour? Or is it the final ascent of the Saint-Pourçain-sur-Sioule/Lyon Tour de France stage that gets you? 209 more words

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Canada claims team pursuit bronze at cycling worlds

Canada got on the board at Track Cycling World Championships in France on Thursday with a bronze medal in women’s team pursuit.

The foursome of Allison Beveridge, … 223 more words

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Cyclist Bradley Wiggins Compares Difficulty Of Paris-Roubaix To Moonwalking

Sources: Velo News –  By Gregor Brown | All Things Michael

DOHA, Qatar (VN) — Sir Bradley Wiggins (Sky) has won the Tour de France and Olympic gold medals, but said winning his last big road race, Paris-Roubaix on April 12, could be as hard as moonwalking. 287 more words

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Tweets of the Week: Moonwalking Mods and $10million and counting

Oh Lordy, Lordy, do we have a Tweets of the Week for you! Nibali snubs Froome! Contador vows to retire! Greg Lemond pays his own way! 614 more words

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Tour of Qatar review: Terpstra holds on for his second straight title

Mike Franchetti reviews the action from the 2015 Tour of Qatar.

Niki Terpstra has defended his Tour of Qatar title, making it eight wins in ten years for his Belgian based team at the windiest race of the year. 1,286 more words

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Tweets of the week: The sands of time

Another week, another desert race. Another week, another Hour attempt. Another week, another set of bewildering tweets from Mick Jagger. It’s Tuesday, it’s Tweets, it’s awesome. 615 more words

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