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Tim Renowden

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Tim Renowden has been following professional cycling closely since Indurain won his first Tour. An ex-runner, now a club grade bike racer, Tim tweets about sport at @megabicicleta.

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Porte penalised for tapping a deep tradition of sportsmanship

Porte penalised for tapping a deep tradition of sportsmanship

3 days ago

The UCI’s decision to penalise Richie Porte and Simon Clarke two minutes, punishment for Clarke’s sporting decision to give Porte his front wheel after the Sky leader had punctured, is a disgrace.

Richie Porte is on fire, but will he burn out before the Giro?

Richie Porte is on fire, but will he burn out before the Giro?

27 Apr 2015

Richie Porte’s form is hotter than it’s ever been, but can he maintain such a high level until the end of the Giro?

A sad end to the Cancellara-Boonen cobble rivalry

A sad end to the Cancellara-Boonen cobble rivalry

30 Mar 2015

One of cycling’s great rivalries probably ended last Friday when Fabian Cancellara’s crash ruined his classics campaign. It followed Tom Boonen’s own classics-killer crash at Paris-Nice two weeks ago.

Rohan Dennis’ magic hour, made vivid by Bobridge’s torment

Rohan Dennis' magic hour, made vivid by Bobridge's torment

10 Feb 2015

An Australian holds the UCI record for the Hour. Let me just repeat that: an Australian holds the UCI world record for the Hour.

Haussler’s experience trumps youth at Australian Championships

Haussler's experience trumps youth at Australian Championships

12 Jan 2015

It was a classic story of the seasoned pro upstaging the fancied prodigy.

Gerrans’ shattered collarbone gives rivals a chance at Road Nationals

Gerrans' shattered collarbone gives rivals a chance at Road Nationals

23 Dec 2014

Simon Gerrans has crashed in training, broken his collarbone and will miss all the races of the Australian summer.

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