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When sports physiologist Allen Lim flew to Europe six years ago to work with America's top pro cyclists, he saw a lot of problems in the peloton. Riders complained about the diet of packaged bars, gels, chews and sugary sports drinks that fueled them...
News-Review sports writerEAST JORDAN -- So far, so good for Mac Brennan. Brennan, a 2008 East Jordan High School graduate, is in his first season as a part of Team Panther -- an elite amateur cycling team that travels throughout the Midwest and Ontario -- and has already found...
Tags: Tour de France, Cycling, High School Sports, Sports, Cadel Evans
ALTOONA — The Pennsylvania State Police recently confirmed its full support to the upcoming Tour de Toona. The international cycling event will kick-start the opening three days of professional competition with a three-mile time trial in Altoona...
Tags: Cycling Trial, Sports, Cycling
Fox 5 SportsSAN DIEGO -- A San Diego man might have the best chance of any U.S. cyclist to win the Tour de France, all because he lives and train in his hometown. “Here in San Diego, training is fantastic,” Chris Horner said from his Tierrasanta home....
The Fabulous ForumAmgen Tour of California to finish in 2012 at LA Live....
Watching the TD Bank International Cycling Championship, set for Sunday in Philadelphia, can have a strange effect on people. The 156-mile course is the longest one-day race in the nation and typically attracts between 200,000 and 300,000 spectators. The...
The Fabulous ForumGerman sprinter Andre Greipel won Tuesday's 10th stage of the Tour de France, beating former teammate Mark Cavendish by a wheel's length in a dash to the line for his first win in cycling's showcase race. French rider Thomas Voeckler......
The Fabulous ForumMark Cavendish of Britain won a rainy 11th stage of the Tour de France in a mass sprint Wednesday, while Thomas Voeckler kept the race leader's yellow jersey. Cavendish edged Andre Greipel of Germany on the line after the 104-mile......
The Fabulous ForumWorld champion Thor Hushovd of Norway led a three-man breakaway to win a rainy 16th stage of the Tour de France on Tuesday, as overall race leader Thomas Voeckler lost crucial seconds against two top race favorites. Three-time champion Alberto......
The Fabulous ForumAndy Schleck led a daring attack to win the 18th stage of the Tour de France on Thursday. Overall in the race, Thomas Voeckler kept the yellow jersey, but defending champion Alberto Contador was out of contention....
SOUTH BEND — A series of college bicycling races will draw more than 200 riders into competition Saturday and Sunday. On Sunday, it will mean some closed-off streets and towed cars in downtown, plus a chance to watch the race. The University of...
Derek Boogaard is being remembered as an NHL tough guy who had the characteristics of a ''teddy bear.'' The former Minnesota Wild and New York Rangers forward, known for his ability to protect his teammates by fighting, was honored Sunday night at a...
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