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  1. Amazon pilot scheme will drop off items to parked vehiclesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 23 | Daily Mail

    Terror in the air as passengers start to pass-out on airliner: Pilot plunges jet into 7,000ft-a-minute dive and lands - but cause remains a mystery because investigators say cabin pressure did NOT fail Three rape victims come forward to expose cover-ups of sexual assault at University of Montana: Author Jon Krakauer reveals explosive claims in his new book 'I can do what I want': How Deputy who shot dead suspect by firing gun instead of Taser allegedly dismissed long-standing concerns about his behavior 'It was shoot him or run him over': Cop explains why he mounted sidewalk to run down suspect armed with rifle Retired sheriff's deputy with Lou Gehrig's disease found not legally responsible in the killing of his wife and sister-in-law EXCLUSIVE: Is THIS embarrassing too, Ben? Affleck had THREE slave-owning ancestors - and one bought a 'negro boy' called Tobe for 80 pounds for family's ... (more)

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  2. Pedestrianism, by Matthew AlgeoRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 16 | Podium Cafe

    Title: Pedestrianism - When Watching People Walk Was America's Favorite Spectator Sport Author: Matthew Algeo Publisher: Chicago Review Press Year: 2014 Pages: 258 Order: Chicago Review Press What it is: A history of race walking in America, the sport that paved the way for cycling's Six Day races Strengths: While Algeo focuses his story on two men - Edward Peyson Weston and Dan O'Leary - he weaves around his main narrative colourful stories which create a highly enjoyable history of a forgotten sport Weaknesses: At times it may feel that there are too many stories sprouting off the sides of the main narrative, occasionally creating what Tom Wolfe once called a whichy thicket when mocking the New Yorker magazine The Madison Square Garden International Six Day Races of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries played an important - though often over-looked - role in the history of ... (more)

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  3. Elliptical Treadmill, by Egon Erwin KischRead the original story

    Feb 1, 2015 | Podium Cafe

    A new English translation of a classic 1923 German article about the Berlin Six Day race adds fresh colour to the picture we have of 1920's cycling.

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  4. Pantani - Debunking The Murder Myth, by Andrea RossiniRead the original story

    Jan 2, 2015 | Podium Cafe

    Matt Rendell translates Andrea Rossini's attempt to add balance to the unbalanced debate surrounding the death of Marco Pantani.

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  5. News shorts: Hondo to coach Swiss Cycling U23 squad, Landa struck by cytomegalovirusRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 12, 2014 | Cycling News

    Danilo Hondo has retired from a 16-year-long career in professional cycling and will take on a new role coaching Swiss Cycling's under-23 team. "I am looking forward to the new task and see it as a challenge for me personally, to work with the young riders.

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  6. Claims and counter-claims over Pantani's deathRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 2, 2014 | Yahoo!

    Author and investigative journalist Andrea Rossini's recently-published book 'Delitto Pantani' , claims to debunk claims prompted by the reopening of an investigation in his death that Pantani, who died from heart failure brought on from acute cocaine poisoning on February 14, 2004, was murdered. The book appeared nine years after 'The Death of Pantani' by English author Matt Rendell, who also said his death was down to "massive cocaine consumption" which began immediately following his expulsion from the 1999 Giro d'Italia.

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  7. Author claims to debunk cycling hero Pantani murder theoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 2, 2014 | Bangkok Post

    Claims by a lawyer representing the family of deceased Marco Pantani that video evidence of the crime scene investigation has left more questions than answers have been rejected by the author of a new book into the Italian cycling hero. "I have investigated this case since Pantani died 10 years ago, and although some questions remain unanswered, almost all of the claims suggesting he was a victim of homicide can be explained," Andrea Rossini told AFP.

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  8. "Run like you stole something"Read the original story

    Nov 28, 2014 | The Big Apple

    Listen to Robert Emmerich introduce The Big Apple , a hit song from 1937. Music written by Bob and performed by Tommy Dorsey's Clambake Seven with Bob on piano.

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  9. Great British Cycling, by Ellis BaconRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 29, 2014 | Podium Cafe

    Title: Great British Cycling - The History of British Bike Racing 1868-2014 Author: Ellis Bacon Publisher: Transworld Year: 2014 Pages: 318 Order: Random House What it is: A brief history of British cycling, from James Moore to Chris Froome Strengths: Doesn't try to tell the full story but rather offers up what Bacon considers to be important pieces of the jigsaw puzzle Weaknesses: One of the curses of current British cycling journalism is the need by too many writers to place themselves into the story - to make the story about them - and Bacon here has served up a very personal history of British cycling By now, a certain narrative has been established about recent British cycling success, one in which Dave Brailsford and Peter Keen are responsible for the national pride all the Lottery funded bangles and baubles have bought for Britain.

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  10. Columbus Author Publishes Aviation ExposeRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 28, 2014 | PR Log

    PRLog - Oct. 28, 2014 - COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Kimber C. Turner, a retired airline pilot, former talk show host and Columbus based author has published his latest book, "Freight Dog: The Dark Side of Aviation". Captain Turner flew for DHL for twenty-four years.

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  11. The Race Against The Stasi, by Herbie SykesRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 21, 2014 | Podium Cafe

    Title: The Race Against The Stasi - The Incredible Story of Dieter Wiedemann, The Iron Curtain and the Greatest Cycling Race on Earth Author: Herbie Sykes Publisher: Aurum Press Year: 2014 Pages: 399 Order: Aurum What it is: A biography of Dieter Wiedemann, Peace Race podium-finisher and Tour de France veteran Strengths: With most biographies, the best part of them is the chorus of voices the author calls upon to add to the story he tells.

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