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Nacer Bouhanni took vengeance on sprint rival Michael Matthews on Saturday, winning stage 8 of the Vuelta a Espana in a bunch dash to the line.
4 hrs ago | SF Appeal
Parking meters and seven day street sweeping will be enforced citywide on the holiday.
Serghei Tvetcov of Moldova riding for Jelly Belly leads Silvan Dillier of Switzerland racing for BMC Racing Team through downtown Red Deer during the finish of the second stage of the 2013 Tour of Alberta Dillier took the win followed by Tvetcov and Peter Sagan of Slovakia who held the tour leading yellow jersey.
Shares of Tesla Motors were the recipient of unusually large options trading on Friday.
We usually think of Europe when it comes to cyclist-friendly people and cultures, a completely different experience than what we get at home in North America.
Two days after getting caught in an ambush in crosswinds that all but ended his GC hopes in the Vuelta a EspaA a, Ryder Hesjedal was on the march in Friday's stage across treacherous roads.
Italy's Alessandro de Marchi sprinted home alone to win the seventh stage of the Tour of Spain on Friday as Spaniard Alejandro Valverde held the race lead.
USC football player Josh Shaw admitted to lying about the "rescue" Wednesday, days after his account first emerged.
Cyclists get the chance to ride part of the route of the Tour of Britain in Wiltshire, just days before Sir Bradley Wiggins and other stars of world cycling race through the county.
The Ridley Noah SL has been launched at this year's Eurobike show. The original Noah was a pure aero machine, with advanced features including a split-legged fork and unique integrated V-brakes; the Noah SL retains that wind-cheating DNA but sheds some weight and offers greater practicality.
Brash, barbaric, fiery, mean, cheap, enthusiastic, passionate, cruel UFC president Dana White has had just about every polarizing adjective in the Oxford dictionary placed in the vicinity of his name.
Alejandro Valverde of Spain surged forward to win the sixth stage of the Spanish Vuelta and take the overall lead on Thursday.
I'm not saying these stats aren't a good thing as far as safety is concerned but I guarantee Mayor Billy is licking his chops at the money this is bringing in.
French conglomerate Bouygues lowered its 2014 sales forecast after a weaker than expected performance in the first half, hit by a price war in telecoms and a slump in its French road-building business.
Dana White was ranked by GQ magazine as one of the sleaziest men in sports, ahead of the likes of Lance Armstrong and Ray Rice.
John Degenkolb sprinted to his second consecutive victory at the Vuelta a Espana on stage five as Michael Matthews extended his overall lead following a late split in the peloton.
Updated: Sat Aug 30, 2014 10:44 am
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