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2 hrs ago | Sunday Herald
THERE was to be no Glaswegian time trial glory for David Millar, only the confirmation of time catching up on his 37-year-old legs.
14 hrs ago | The China Post
Olympic champions David Rudisha and Sally Pearson take center stage at the Commonwealth Games on Thursday where seven medals are up for grabs on the fifth day of track and field.
Bradley Wiggins can fill the leadership void in British track cycling, according to the man who now runs the sport.
Sir Chris Hoy believes Sir Bradley Wiggins will make a successful transition from road back to track in time to challenge for gold at the Rio Olympics of 2016.
The British cycling chief even vowed to come back in 2015 and try to win the world's most prestigious cycling race for a third time in four years.
Richie Porte had a rough day on stage 13. Unable to keep pace on the final climb, Porte lost almost nine minutes and dropped from second on GC, to 16th place.
PERIGUEUX, France AFP) - Tony Martin said he would have been tough to beat even if the rest of the best time trialists in the world had been at the Tour de France on Saturday.
Of all the lies told to small children by well-meaning adults, "It's not the winning, it's the taking part that counts" must be the most easily disproven.
The last concert held in the stunning surrounds of the historic landmark came in 2009 when Stereophonics - the only band to have headlined the venue twice - played a homecoming show, more than decade after their first gig there in 1998.
Australia's swimmers buried their 2012 Olympics flop by claiming two world records on the opening day of the Commonwealth Games which brought only misery for superstars Bradley Wiggins and Mo Farah.
Wiggins will face a High Court date after his former management company MTC brought a multi-million-pound case against the cycling star Sir Bradley Wiggins, who made a silver-medal return to the track in the Commonwealth Games on Thursday, must wait until March to resolve his long-running management dispute.
The Tour de France's final day in the mountains saw both of France's podium hopefuls rise in the overall standings, while Vincenzo Nibali won atop the punishing Hautacam climb to leave the peloton even further in his slipstream.
Wiggins, 34, joined Ed Clancy, Steven Burke and Andy Tennant in claiming silver in the 4,000m discipline at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome, but there was never any chance of edging out an Australia quartet who built an immediate advantage and never looked like letting it go.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 11:38 pm
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