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4 hrs ago | Hollywood Reporter

Why ESPN's '30 for 30: Slaying the Badger' Epitomizes Sports' Best Rivalries

Set against the backdrop of the 1986 Tour de France, the film tells the story of Greg LeMond and his mentor Bernard "The Badger" Hinault, who started as friends and teammates but ended up as bitter rivals, director John Dower tells THR.

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Mon Jul 21, 2014

Watersblogged

Commonwealth Games

Source: www.standard.co.uk --- Monday, July 21, 2014Katarina Johnson-Thompson admitted she was "absolutely devastated" after being forced to pull out of the Commonwealth Games with a foot injury.

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The Independent

Bradley Wiggins focuses just on team pursuit with eye on grand Rio farewell

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The New Zealand Herald

Latest from Glasgow: Two days to go

Bradley Wiggins trains ahead of the Glasgow Games while Nicky Samuels and Stanislav Chalaev are out to impress.

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IcNetwork

Tour de France 2014: Luke Rowe Column

In the fourth of his brilliant Tour de France columns, Wales' Team Sky cyclist Luke Rowe delivers his verdict on the yellow jersey dominance of Vincenzo Nibali, the collapse of Richie Porte and the unselfish work of Geraint Thomas Geraint Thomas has shown for the umpteenth time what a key rider he is with his incredible work for Team Sky at the ... (more)

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BBC News

Wiggins to only ride track in Glasgow

Sir Bradley Wiggins will not compete in the road events at the Commonwealth Games, preferring instead to concentrate on the team pursuit in the velodrome.

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News24

Sport24.co.za | Nibali: I've learnt a lot

Vincenzo Nibali says he is a more mature rider than he was the last couple of years and insists he is well placed to secure a first Tour de France success.

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The Argus

Pop Idol founder to receive university honours

Mr Fuller is widely credited with steering the media career of David Beckham and founding the British management firm that represents UK tennis No.1 Andy Murray, Formula 1's Lewis Hamilton, and cycling's Sir Bradley Wiggins.

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Sun Jul 20, 2014

IcNetwork

Tour de France 2014: Geraint Thomas last Briton standing as rookie Simon Yates heads home

Former track world points champion Yates is just 21 and was the youngest rider in the three-week epic following the earlier exit of Dutchman Danny van Poppel Geraint Thomas is the only remaining Briton in the Tour de France following the withdrawal of Simon Yates ahead of tomorrow's rest day.

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IcNetwork

Tour de France 2014: Illness ruins Team Sky hopes of victory for Richie Porte

Hong Kong, Sydney, New York, Saudi Arabia... wellwishers from around the world have thrown themselves into the hunt for Arthur Jones, 73, who went on a walking holiday in Crete last month and has not returned Davies has reportedly flown to Seattle to complete negotiations with Tottenham, with Garry Monk hopeful of securing a return for former loan ... (more)

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Sat Jul 19, 2014

The Independent

Commonwealth Games 2014 schedule: How the action is likely to unfold at Glasgow's great showpiece

From the unmistakable tones of Rod Stewart to the familiar figures of Sir Bradley Wiggins, Mo Farah and Tom Daley, to name but a few, Matt Majendie gives the lowdown on a Games bursting at the seams in star quality For 12 days, Glasgow will come alive as the Commonwealth Games takes centre stage in Scotland.

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Fri Jul 18, 2014

Daily Herald

In Alps, Nibali again dominates Tour de France

If Vincenzo Nibali was looking happier Friday after the Tour de France rode into the Alps, here's why: His top rival fell out of contention, he gained nearly a minute on his next-biggest challenger and oh, he won Stage 13 to boot.

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The Washington Post

5 things about the Tour de France Stage 13

Scorching hot temperatures continued to fry riders on the Tour de France, with another sweltering day in the saddle for race leader Vincenzo Nibali as he extended his lead during Stage 13. Others were not so fortunate, such as Australia's Richie Porte, who dropped out of overall contention more than 11 minutes back and left his once mighty Team Sky ... (more)

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Mirror.co.uk

Sir Bradley Wiggins ready to return to the velodrome and triumph at the Commonwealth Games

The 34-year-old is Britain's joint most-decorated Olympian, and he is set to make his return to the velodrome after swapping the track for the roads six years ago Six years after swapping the velodrome for roads which led to Tour de France glory in 2012 , Wiggins has reverted to the boards where his career began.

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WNFL-AM Green Bay

Team Sky brought back down to earth after Porte cr...

After winning the last two editions of the Tour de France, Team Sky's last hopes of a hat-trick melted on the first Alpine stage when Richie Porte cracked in the heat on Friday.

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Thu Jul 17, 2014

Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

a Lechlade vet and his son will be completing a 100-mile bike ride in support of charity Send a Cow.

Dilwyn and Gwilym Evans will be cycling along the same route Olympic champion Bradley Wiggins completed during the Olympic road race.

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The Island Packet

Sky rider banned 2 years, fired by team for doping

Tiernan-Locke was banned for discrepancies in his biological passport, which tracks a rider's blood profile over time to look for evidence of doping, the International Cycling Union said.

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Lexington Herald-Leader

Sky rider banned 2 years, fired by team for doping

Tiernan-Locke was banned for discrepancies in his biological passport, which tracks a rider's blood profile over time to look for evidence of doping, the International Cycling Union said.

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Mirror.co.uk

Brian Robinson cycling accident:Tour de France legend in hospital after being hit by car

The 83-year-old veteran is understood to have suffered a broken collar bone and cuts and bruises as a result of the collision just three miles from his home in West Yorkshire.

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Wed Jul 16, 2014

Cambridge Evening News

How to take the best photographs when the Tour de France comes to Cambridge

Bradley Wiggins, winner of the 2012 Tour de France cycling race is congratulated by Michael Rogers of Australia: Picture AP/Christophe Ena There is no doubt that this weekend in Cambridge will see the highest ever volume of photographs taken around the city and the surrounding areas.

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