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Young fans showed up at the Garmin bus before the stage began to greet the new yellow jersey holder, Alex Howes.
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The USA Pro Challenge is in full swing; race reports and video from Colorado. Spain's Grand Tour starts on Saturday and we have lot's of team news from la Vuelta.
Robin Williams had his demons but it never stopped him from making troops laugh on the numerous standup tours he did in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Tejay van Garderen wins Stage 3 at Monarch Ski Area, ahead of Rafal Majka . Photo: Casey B. Gibson An elite group of GC contenders entered the final ascent up the east side of Monarch Pass at the end of a 96-mile stage from Gunnison to Monarch Mountain.
Garmin-Sharp will take a three-pronged approach to the Vuelta a Espaa with Dan Martin , Ryder Hesjedal and Andrew Talansky set to lead the team.
Lance Armstrong is moving on from all the recent controversy and living a normal life 18 months after his admission of using performance enhancing drugs.
MARK Bingham died a hero on September 11, 2001 when he wrested control of United flight 93 to save lives.
Comedic actor Robin Williams died at his Northern California home Monday, law enforcement officials said.
The peloton headed past the start/finish line on the first neutral lap, to the cheers of a big crowd in Aspen.
The money will launch the Livestrong Cancer Institutes at a new medical school breaking ground on the university's 50,000-student Austin campus.
The University of Texas at Austin has exceeded its $3 billion fundraising goal with a $50 million gift from the Livestrong Foundation.
It's a year and a half since Lance Armstrong sat in front of Oprah Winfrey and admitted it was all a lie, every single word of it.
While there were many more revelations from the latest 60 Minutes piece on Alex Rodriguez, the one that doesn't get a lot of attention is the large health risks A-Rod was taking if, in fact, he was using anabolic steroids to increase his performance on the field.
On the eve of the USA Pro Challenge, Golden High School grad Alex Howes said his role for Garmin-Sharp this week would be to support team leader Tom Danielson but added that he had "earmarked" a couple stages he thought he could win.
When he was 16, he beat Lance Armstrong in a mountain bike race in Aspen, and was hailed as something of a revelation.
Universal Sports Network will present "George Hincapie: The Loyal Lieutenant," an exclusive, in-depth, personal interview with George Hincapie, this Friday, August 22, at 8 p.m. EDT and PDT.
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 10:10 am
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