Posts Tagged "Cycling"

Australia has got off to an impressive start at the road world championships with Orica-AIS taking silver in the women’s team time trial in Spain behind the all-conquering Specialized-Lululemon squad.

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Australian cyclist Simon Gerrans has never before headed into a world championships with the type of blistering form he’s carrying into Spain.

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Jens Voigt is the people’s hero. We all love him. He says things like he could “taste the blood” in his mouth and “it was great” when reflecting on the ordeal.

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Australia heads into the cycling world championships as perhaps the most dominant nation with favourites in the team time trial, the under-23 road race and the flagship elite men’s road race.

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Discussion in the nutrition community has been flourishing around the concept of high-fat diets lately, and the concept of metabolic flexibility seems to have some logic behind it, which is why the professional cycling world has been paying attention.

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Australian cyclist Michael Matthews has been compared to Spanish three-time world champion Oscar Freire by team management on the eve of the 2014 world championships in Ponferrada.

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There’s a photo of a women’s cycling team in which the colour of their clothing and the lighting gave the appearance that the cyclists were semi nude. It went viral on the Internet.

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For years, the nude hued frock has been a staple of the red carpet. But put a flesh-coloured panel on a chick’s cycling uniform and all hell breaks loose.

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The Grand Tours have finished for 2014 and we’re on the downhill run to the season’s finish.

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If you believe the numerous credible journalists who have pounced on this report in Italian newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, Australia’s greatest ever road cyclist is about to announce his retirement.

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Cyclist-designer Angie Ariza caused a riot in the cycling world this week, with her design for a Colombian women’s cycling team outfit being spread virally around the internet.

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It featured the highest quality cast of all the Grand Tours, and the most thrilling general classification battle, but what else did we learn from the 2014 Vuelta a Espana?

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Former world cricket boss Malcolm Speed has a $2 million loan for help as he tries to continue Cycling Australia’s (CA) turnaround.

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Cadel Evans is on the brink of ending his unparalleled cycling career, but he is not expected to be lost to the sport.

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Former world cricket boss Malcolm Speed will head Cycling Australia’s overhauled board as the governing body continues to recover from its financial disaster.

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Cycling star Simon Gerrans will lead Australia’s charge at this month’s road world championships in Ponferrada, Spain.

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The 2014 Vuelta a Espana concludes with a 9.7 kilometre individual time trial around Santiago de Compostela. Join The Roar from 3:15am for live coverage of the final stage of what has been an exciting Vuelta a Espana.

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Alberto Contador has won his third Vuelta a Espana as Italian Adriano Malori took victory on the final stage 9.7km timetrial in Santiago de Compostela.

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Australian cycling star Simon Gerrans achieved another milestone for the Orica-GreenEDGE team and added to his legend by winning the GP Quebec.

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Stage 20 of this year’s Vuelta a Esapana is from Santo Estevo de Ribas de Sil to Puerto de Ancares over 186 kilometres. With only a short individual time trial to follow, Stage 20 should be a cracker. Join The Roar for our live blog from 11:00pm (AEST).

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