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  1. Chris Froome not letting up Olympic preparations with Tour de...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Daily Mail

    Chris Froome would not reveal if he is merely shaking the legs out or going all-out for glory in the Prudential RideLondon on Sunday when he competes on home soil for the first time in two years. But the three-time Tour de France winner is determined to do whatever it takes to be ready to strike gold in Rio in the Olympic road race and time trial, where he is aiming to emulate the feat of Sir Bradley Wiggins in 2012 and win the Tour and a gold medal.

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  2. Froome hoping to turn Tour de France success into Olympic medalRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Cycling News

    Chris Froome is hoping to emulate his former teammate Bradley Wiggins by turning Tour de France success into an Olympic medal. In 2012, Wiggins went from the top step in Paris to the top step in Hampton Court Palace after claiming victory in the Olympic time trial and recently tipped Froome to do the same .

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  3. Mulenga Chafilwa is riding in this weekend's Prudential RideLondon eventRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Ealing Times

    From his own days on the pitch, where coaches taught him to set goals and be confident in himself, to now providing football coaching to children in his home district of Peckham, Mulenga Chafilwa is learning to make a difference. As a youngster growing up in a rough neighbourhood in Peckham, the community football club, run by the Greenhouse Sports charity, was one of his only outlets.

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  4. Turning the Page on the Tour: Have Sky Bought Cycling?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Podium Cafe

    I don't really know how to assess this Tour de France, even assuming anyone was still talking about it. I guess we'll always remember the steady diet of cool stage battles and Chris Froome's many roles en route to his third Tour title, but not much else.

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  5. Watch Jack Whitehall being put in his place by Welsh Olympian Becky James and Sir Bradley WigginsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 28 | IcNetwork

    Comedian Whitehall is trying a number of different sports ahead of the Rio 2016 Olympics and turned his attention to cycling Welsh Olympic medal track cycling prospect Becky James is starring alongside Sir Bradley Wiggins and comedian Jack Whitehall in a funny advert for Samsung. Comedian Whitehall, who is famous for his limp athleticism on Sky's A League of Their Own, is trying a number of different sports ahead of the Rio 2016 Olympics.

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  6. European Markets Slip; Banks Fall Ahead of Stress TestsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 28 | TheStreet.com

    Lloyds was recently down 3.5%. BNP Paribas was recently down 1.1%, Societe Generale lost 1.4% and Credit Agricole was down 1.4%.

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  7. Sterling falls vs stronger euro as minds turn to BoERead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 28 | Business World

    ... "Ultimately you are trading a broader range now," said Manuel Oliveri, a strategist with French bank Credit Agricole in London. "In order to trigger a proper (upward) trend we would need an improving capital flow situation or a turn higher in market ...

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  8. Emerging Markets-Emerging assets extend gains on Fed view, shrug off Chinese wobbleRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 28 | Reuters

    ... "The doves are still comfortable after the Fed," said Sebastien Barbe, head of emerging markets strategy at Credit Agricole in Paris. "Also the fact that (China) decided to set the exchange rate firmer shows they consider that risks are under ...

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  9. Who's the Fastest Centenarian?Read the original story

    Wednesday Jul 27 | Runner's World

    The fastest growing portion of the population, in some parts of the developed world, is the over-100s. According to United Nations estimates, there are about 441,000 centenarians in the world - and some of them are athletes.

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  10. in Pictures: Colne Grand Prix marks landmark night for cycling in East LancashireRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 27 | Lancashire Telegraph

    Junior competitors from Cycle Sport Pendle took part in a parade lap before the Colne Grand Prix, which provided the finale of the national cycling circuit series for the first time. And a youth race preceded the main event, which boasted former winner Graham Briggs and past world track champs Morgan Kneisky and Albert Torres, alongside scratch legend Sebastian Moro.

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  11. World's top cyclists to hurtle through Pitchcombe, Stroud and Selsley ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 27 | Stroudnewsand Journal

    MANY of the world's top cyclists will whizz through the streets of Stroud next month as the Tour of Britain passes through the green hills of the Five Valleys. The route for stage five of British Cycling's premier road cycling event winds its way through Stroud town, Selsley and Dursley on Thursday, September 8. Thousands are expected to line the streets with signs and flags to catch a glimpse of around 120 of the world's top cycling athletes as they race across Gloucestershire on their way from Wales to Bath.

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  12. GB men better world record while training at Newport VelodromeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 27 | South Wales Argus

    SPEED: The GB men's team pursuit stars on their way to an unofficial world record at the Newport Velodrome while in training for the Rio Olympics. Picture: Chris Tinsley GREAT Britain's men's team pursuit stars lit up Newport Velodrome with an unofficial world record in training for next month's Olympic Games in Rio.

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  13. SSA trader sues Credit Agricole for unfair dismissalRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 27 | Reuters

    A trader at Credit Agricole who was caught up in an investigation into sovereign, supranational and agency debt trading earlier this year is suing the French bank for unfair dismissal, according to a court filing. Amandeep Singh Manku's case is due to be heard at the Central London Employment Tribunal on August 8, according to court documents published on Wednesday.

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  14. World's top cyclists to hurtle through Pitchcombe, Stroud and...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 27 | Stroudnewsand Journal

    MANY of the world's top cyclists will whizz through the streets of Stroud next month as the Tour of Britain passes through the green hills of the Five Valleys. The route for stage five of British Cycling's premier road cycling event winds its way through Stroud town, Selsley and Dursley on Thursday, September 8. Thousands are expected to line the streets with signs and flags to catch a glimpse of around 120 of the world's top cycling athletes as they race across Gloucestershire on their way from Wales to Bath.

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  15. Polish labor market nears equi...Read the original story

    Tuesday Jul 26 | Warsaw Voice

    ... not registered user yet. Poland's labor market is very close to the equilibrium or has already reached it, Credit Agricole chief economist Jakub Borowski said after June data showed a decline to 8.8% in the jobless rate. This means that a further ...

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  16. Wiggins backs Froome for golden summerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 26 | ESPN

    Sir Bradley Wiggins has backed Chris Froome to emulate his achievement and add Olympic gold to his historic Tour de France title. Wiggins became one of the stars of London 2012 when he won gold in the men's time trial, just 10 days after becoming the first Briton to triumph in the Tour, cycling's most prestigious road race.

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  17. Sport24.co.za | Froome to warm-up in London for Rio OlympicsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 26 | News24

    Britain's newly-crowned three-time Tour de France champion Chris Froome is to return to the saddle next Sunday with a final warm-up for the Olympics in Rio. The 31-year-old Kenyan-born cyclist - who eased to a remarkable third win in the world's greatest and toughest professional cycling race in Paris on Sunday - will take part in next weekend's RideLondon-Surrey Classic, the organisers announced on Monday.

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  18. Wiggins tips Froome to add gold to Tour triumphRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 26 | Reuters

    Bradley Wiggins has backed Chris Froome to emulate his 2012 Tour de France and Olympic time trial double success but felt his former Sky team mate's task is more difficult as next month's Games are in Rio de Janeiro. Froome, who will join Wiggins in the Great Britain cycling team, clinched his third Tour de France on Sunday and will now be attempting an unprecedented treble as he also plans to take part in both the time trial and road race at the Rio Games.

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  19. Wiggins backs Froome to add gold to Tour triumphRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 26 | RTE.ie

    Bradley Wiggins has backed Chris Froome to emulate his 2012 Tour de France and Olympic time trial double success but felt his former Sky team mate's task is more difficult as next month's Games are in Rio de Janeiro. Froome, who will join Wiggins in the Great Britain cycling team, clinched his third Tour de France on Sunday and will now be attempting an unprecedented treble as he also plans to take part in both the time trial and road race at the Rio Games.

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  20. Now Froome can win gold, says WigginsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 25 | Iol.co.za

    Sir Bradley Wiggins has backed Chris Froome to match his exploits of four years ago and follow Tour de France victory with Olympic gold. Wiggins became the first person to win the Tour and Olympic gold in the same year, following his exploits in France with success in the time trial at London 2012.

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