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Chasing the Rainbow

With a list of winners including Tom Boonen, Paolo Bettini, Cadel Evans, Mark Cavendish and Rui Costa, the World Championship Road Race is successful at sharing out the title of the ‘World’s Best’ across a number of different rider types. 934 more words

Previews And Reviews

Tour of Britain review: Boasson Hagen bosses in Britain

The 2015 Tour of Britain was really a tale of four Sky riders: two current, two former. Wout Poels and Edvald Boasson Hagen duked it out for overall victory for most of the week, with Boasson Hagen emerging triumphant. 1,043 more words


Stage 8 Preview – London (86km)

It’s the climax of the Tour of Britain today as the riders face a 14 lap circuit around London, taking in some famous landmarks.

It brings an end to a fantastic week of racing, it has certainly lived up to its billing, and with Edvald Boassen Hagen leading the race, the MTN-Qhubeka man should now win the yellow jersey ahead of Woulter Poels. 191 more words

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Stage Four Preview – Edinburgh to Blyth (217.4km)

It was another fascinating day in the saddle yesterday as Elia Viviani took his second stage victory of the Tour of Britain by pipping Sondre Holst Enger (IAM Cycling) to the line. 206 more words

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Stage Two Report – Clitheroe to Colne (159.3km)

Etixx-Quickstep’s Petr Vakoc won stage two of the Aviva Tour of Britain and took the yellow jersey after a superb solo break, in what was an absorbing second stage. 515 more words

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Stage Two Preview – Clitheroe to Colne (159.3km)

The Tour of Britain continues today with a circuit which starts in Clitheroe and ends at an uphill finish in Colne.

Yesterday Team Sky’s Elia Viviani won the opening stage by pipping Mark Cavendish to the line in Wrexham, but today’s terrain suggests it won’t be a sprinters finish, but suiting the climbers. 220 more words

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Skwinge when you're winning, Skoyens before you've won

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At the recent Tour of California, a 23-year-old Latvian (pictured above) briefly lead the race after taking a solo victory on stage three. 434 more words