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  1. Full transcript: Documentary director Alex Gibney on Recode MediaRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Re/code

    On a recent episode of Recode Media with Peter Kafka , documentary director Alex Gibney spoke with Peter about his newest film, "Zero Days." You can read some of the highlights from their discussion at that link, or listen to it in the audio player above.


  2. Unlucky Simon van Velthooven wants to move on from Olympics ommissionRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Manawatu Standard

    It was a rough one to swallow, but New Zealand track cyclist Simon van Velthoovena wants to get on with life after missing the cut for the Rio Olympics. The Manawatu sprinter wasn't picked for Rio this year, even though he won a bronze medal in the keirin at the 2012 London Games, and has won two Commonwealth Games medals.


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    3 hrs ago | Warsaw Voice

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  4. Critical Mass will ride Friday through Overtown, Little Haiti, Miami Beach and downtownRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The Miami Herald

    Bicyclists will start at 7:15 p.m. at Government Center and pedal north through historic Overtown, Wynwood, Little Haiti, and along Biscayne Boulevard in the Upper East Side before crossing the 79th Street Causeway through North Bay Village to North Beach.


  5. Tour de France Nations CupRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Podium Cafe

    ... in the Giro, a GC return unheard of from the Australian outfit. Cavendish...well, it's been put down to the track cycling, and that's the only variable I see. He didn't have much of a leadout, but unbelievable awareness in the final metres was what ...


  6. Racing in unusual places: Illuminate goes to IranRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Velonews

    The men in the black kits were far from home, racing in a foreign - very foreign - place. And, to top that off, as they raced across Iran's mountains, about a mile above sea level, the weather was starting to turn.


  7. Riis begins new journey with Continental teamRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Cycling News

    No surprise to see Bjarne Riis at the Giro today as the race finished in his adopted home town of Lugano Bjarne Riis returns to cycling Wednesday at the Tour of Denmark with his Team Virtu Pro-Veloconcept team. The squad had previously been registered as Team Trefor but was taken over by Riis and his business partner, Lars Seier, the former CEO of Saxo Bank.


  8. Wiggle High5 behind the scenes at La Course by Le Tour de France - VideoRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Cycling News

    Chloe Hosking won the third edition of La Course by Le Tour de France that finished along the famed Champs-Elysees in Paris just ahead of the final stage of the Tour de France. She won the crash-marred bunch sprint ahead of Lotta Lepist and former winner Marianne Vos in third.


  9. June primary election was a challenge right from the startRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Tooele Transcript Bulletin On-line

    The Primary Election has been "put to bed" and boy are we glad.Every now and then, you have an election that is difficult from the start, and this one was it.


  10. Dumoulin set for Rio despite wrist fractureRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Bangkok Post

    Dutch time-trial gold medal favourite Tom Dumoulin was given the all-clear to go to the Rio Olympics on Tuesday, just four days after fracturing his wrist in a crash at the Tour de France. Netherlands' Tom Dumoulin crosses the finish line at the end of the 17 km individual time-trial, the eighteenth stage of the 103rd edition of the Tour de France cycling race on July 21, 2016 Dumoulin's Giant-Alpecin team said the Dutchman's injury was healing well following further check-ups and that no surgery would be necessary.


  11. Technical FAQ: Physics and the bike throwRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Velonews

    ... edge of the front tire cross the finish line earlier than it otherwise would have, had he not "thrown" it. It is the cycling equivalent of the runner who learns forward in order to break the tape with his or her chest a bit earlier. Unlike the ...


  12. Mustachioed Road Rage Cyclist Ian Hespelt Sentenced To Probation, Anger Management ClassRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Sfist

    The saga of Ian Hespelt, the Critical Mass cyclist who struck a Zipcar with his U-Lock during an altercation with its driver, is nearly over, as he was sentenced Monday after agreeing to a plea deal in June. Surely you know the tale by now: During the August, 2015 Critical Mass ride , Hespelt was video recorded as the driver of a Zipcar piloted the vehicle into the middle of the cycling event and eventually eased, it appears, into a bike.


  13. Transfer news: Gilbert likely to join Etixx-QuickStep, but not VanmarckeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 16 | Cycling News

    Etixx-QuickStep manager Patrick Lefevere is heading into the busy transfer season with brakes on his contract negotiations, with the future of the team only assured through the end of the 2017 season, but says it is still likely he will sign Belgian champion Philippe Gilbert to the team. "We will meet soon," Lefevere said in an interview with Het Laatste Nieuws .


  14. Bicyclist from San Francisco 'Critical Mass' ride gets probation for attacking motorist's carRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Los Angeles Times

    A bicyclist who split off from a Critical Mass ride in San Francisco was ordered to 16 weeks of anger management classes and three years of probation after he blocked a driver and smashed her vehicle with a U-lock. Ian Hespelt, 39, pleaded guilty to two felonies last month in connection with the Aug. 28 incident near the Golden Gate Bridge that was recorded and posted on YouTube.


  15. Kirchmann headlines Liv-Plantur's RideLondon squad - Women's News ShortsRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Cycling News

    ... and the overall title at the Aviva Women's Tour. She next heads to the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. The USA Cycling Pro Road Tour continued at the Intelligentsia Cup this weekend, which was intended to be two-day omnium affair. Unfortunately, ...


  16. Gene doping test to detect EPO protein to be used at Olympics for first timeRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    A gene test that detects the illicit injection of DNA to boost an athlete's performance will be used at the Olympic Games in Rio for the first time. The test can identify the presence of synthetic genes for the erythropoietin hormone which artificially stimulates the production of oxygen-carrying red blood cells in the body.


  17. Elite endurance athletes possess better ability to resist mental fatigue, research showsRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Medical News

    ... 'inhibitory control' or willpower. This is not surprising as the ability to suffer is a major factor in the sport of cycling . Professor Marcora, says that the two effects go hand in hand, because becoming resistant to mental fatigue should bolster ...


  18. Top Olympic Town: Number Three - TimaruRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald

    ... Jesse Sergent and Wes Gough, together with Roulston's individual silver at the same Games, paved the way for Cycling New Zealand's success on the world stage. Ryan was born to ride. His father, Colin, was a world-class sprinter in the 1970s. His ...


  19. Who will win the 2017 Tour de France?Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Velonews

    Chris Froome dominated the 2016 Tour de France over the last three weeks and rode into Paris on Sunday with a 4:05 winning margin over his nearest rival. Will victory be his again in 2017, and if not, who will challenge him? The Sky rider took his third title in what many critics called a boring edition of the Tour.


  20. Unserious questions: Paris finaleRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Velonews

    ... serious accomplishment. Bookwalter: "My wife, Jamie I had to climb over two sets of barriers in a speed suit and cycling shoes to get to her, but it was worth it." Craddock: "I walked 10 miles around Paris the day after the Tour with my family. My ...