TOUR de France champion Cadel Evans has forecast tension at former team BMC as Richie Porte and Tejay van Garderen prepare to jostle for outright leadership. Legendary cyclist Cadel Evans has promised a stellar line-up at next year's Cadel Evans ... FoxSports.com.au, 1 day ago
Newly appointed Australian Cyclist of the Year Rohan Dennis has said it will be an honour to present at the upcoming Tour on Stage shows alongside compatriot Simon Gerrans and others. By Sophie Smith Source: Cycling Central 16 Nov 2015 - ...Special Broadcasting Service, 1 week ago Porte: "I've always been second fiddle" Special Broadcasting Service, 3 weeks ago Porte aiming for Tour de France glory Special Broadcasting Service, 3 weeks ago Richie Porte aiming for Tour de France glory Canberra Times, 3 weeks ago
Australian star Richie Porte hopes he has put a debilitating injury behind him as he enters a new phase in his cycling career. The Tasmanian aims to go into next year's Tour de France as co-leader at the BMC team with top American rider Tejay Van ...Yahoo! News Australia, 3 weeks ago
R Richie Porte makes it abundantly clear that he would never take an unfair advantage of his inside knowledge and friendship with dual Tour de France champion Chris Froome as he makes the switch from teammate to rival. "I would never exploit Chris ...Sydney Morning Herald, 1 month ago Richie Porte prepares for leader's role in Tour de France Sydney Morning Herald, 1 month ago
This shrewd Harvard MBA wants to rid cycling of its cheaters — and make the sport's 'doping story go away'
USA Cycling Derek Bouchard-Hall, USA Cycling's new CEO: "People want this doping story to go away." See Also Lance Armstrong officially doesn't matter anymore How the world's best cyclists are drug tested WHERE ARE THEY NOW? The ...Business Insider, 1 month ago Harvard Business School grad explains why he gave up a successful career to fight doping and help USA Cycling get past the Lance Armstrong era BusinessInsider.sg, 1 month ago
Tom Pennington/ Armstrong, who ruined cycling for America, still haunts the sport like a ghost, but even his dark shadow appears to finally be fading. He still haunts the sport he ruined, but the influence of Lance Armstrong — who in the ...BusinessInsider.sg, 1 month ago
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Some places in France you just shouldn't take selfies. Photo: Brian Fitzharris/Flickr New figures have shown that taking selfies can be a seriously hazardous and even deadly business. Here's a few places in France you should think twice before ...The Local France, 2 months ago
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