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  1. Cyclist doesn't realise there's still one lap to go as he celebrates race winRead the original story

    Wednesday | Metro UK News

    Head down and closing fast on the finish line, cyclist Martin Gluth had built up a sizeable enough advantage to think he'd won the National Championships in Erfurt, Germany. It would have been a big achievement for the 24-year-old who was representing OMX Pro Bike Team, racing against more seasoned pros like sprinter Andre Greipel.

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  2. Rookie error! Cyclist celebrates 'winning' 133 mile bike...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Daily Mail

    This is the moment a rookie cyclist began celebrating winning a 133 mile bike race - only to disover he still has a lap to go and ends up being overtaken. At the cycling National Championships in Erfurt, Germany, 24-year-old Martin Gluth sprinted away from the leading pack and punched the air as he thought he had crossed the finish line.

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  3. Cancellara confirmed in Trek-Segafredo Tour de France rosterRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 27 | Cycling News

    Cancellara will be competing in his 11th Tour de France and the final edition of his career. He currently holds the record for the number of days spent in the race leader's jersey of riders who have not won the Tour de France.

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  4. Why Tejay needs to win the Tour de SuisseRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 15 | Velonews

    Before Tejay van Garderen wins the Tour de France for the USA, he should probably win the Tour de Suisse. Photo: Tim De Waele As a flag-waving fan of American sports, I want nothing more than for the U.S. Men's National Team to win soccer's World Cup, for Michael Phelps to win so many Olympic gold medals that Australia paves over its swimming pools, and yeah, for Tejay van Garderen to win this year's Tour de France.

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  5. Criterium du Dauphine recapRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 2 | Sky Sports

    Chris Froome and Alberto Contador are among the star names in action at the Criterium du Dauphine in France from Sunday, June 5, to Sunday, June 12. All of the past five winners of the Tour de France have ridden the Dauphine as their final warm-up and the eight-day race once again promises to provide an accurate gauge of who is and isn't in form. The 1,147km course contains four summit finishes, an uphill prologue time trial and three stages that should end in sprints.

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  6. Take Your Booze Outdoors with a Simple Summer SpritzRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 10 | Lifehacker

    ... bit, it turns out. Here are a few of my favorite ways to add effervescent hydration to my summery beverage. Gerolsteiner : Look, there is nothing wrong with grabbing some Canada Dry seltzer and calling it a day, but I find the bracing minerality and ...

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  7. Criterium du Dauphine previewRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 2 | Sky Sports

    Chris Froome and Alberto Contador are among the star names in action at the Criterium du Dauphine in France from Sunday, June 5, to Sunday, June 12. All of the past five winners of the Tour de France have ridden the Dauphine as their final warm-up and the eight-day race once again promises to provide an accurate gauge of who is and isn't in form. The 1,147km course contains four summit finishes, an uphill prologue time trial and three stages that should end in sprints.

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  8. QYResearch: Industry Analysis Report for Global Drinking Water Industry 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    May 30, 2016 | PR-inside.com

    ... Water Industry 2016 Market Research Report Competitors Mentioned: Nestle Danone Fiji Coca Cola Pepsico Roxane Gerolsteiner ... Tailor-made Report: Want to get industry insight analysis of specialized country, region or competitor? QYResearch, a ...

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  9. The 2016 Tour of California: Notes on a Big Pharma Bike RaceRead the original story w/Photo

    May 27, 2016 | Counterpunch

    The United States has long had a fickle relationship with professional bicycle tours that has ebbed and flowed from the rise of the great American rider Greg LeMond, through the days of Lance Armstrong, Floyd Landis, Levi Leipheimer, to the current generation of new riders like Tyler Farrar and Taylor Phinney. The mid-1970s had Colorado's Red Zinger Bicycle Classic, that grew into the Coors Classic, lasting for 14 years and attracting world class riders until its demise in 1988.

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  10. Haussler: IAM Cycling's demise is bad news for cyclingRead the original story w/Photo

    May 25, 2016 | Cycling News

    ... his 12th season as a professional, Haussler has found himself in a similar predicament twice before, when the Gerolsteiner and Cervlo teams abruptly disbanded in 2008 and 2010, respectively. On each occasion, the decision arrived late in the season, ...

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  11. IAM riders urged to stick together at GiroRead the original story w/Photo

    May 24, 2016 | Velonews

    ... they need to get out there in the groups or try and get a good result. "I've been in situations with Cervelo or Gerolsteiner, where we only got the news [of those teams stopping] in September or October, and you stand there pretty much with nothing. ...

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  12. Greipel, Sieberg extend with Lotto SoudalRead the original story w/Photo

    May 23, 2016 | Cycling News

    ... influence on Belgian young cyclists. "When I was at the beginning of my career, the German teams T-Mobile and Gerolsteiner were riding in the peloton and it was an extra motivation to become pro and ride for one of those teams. That can now be the ...

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  13. New wave of Beijing Olympics failed drug tests as IOC targets Rio-bound athletesRead the original story w/Photo

    May 18, 2016 | Bridgwater Mercury

    The British Olympic Association was unaware of any Team GB athletes being among those caught cheating after the re-examination of anti-doping samples from the 2008 Beijing Games. The International Olympic Committee announced on Tuesday that it had retested 454 samples, from which 31 positives tests were discovered, coming from six different sports and 12 countries.

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  14. Giro love affair: First kiss is always the bestRead the original story w/Photo

    May 17, 2016 | Velonews

    The old man had his hat in one hand, and his rake in the other. I wasn't sure how long he was standing there, but I suppose it was a rather odd sight to see an American sleeping under one of his olive trees.

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  15. Simon Geschke extends with Giant-Alpecin - News ShortsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 17, 2016 | Cycling News

    Giant-Alpecin have announced a two-year extension with Simon Geschke that ensures the German is contracted until the end of 2018. Geschke, who won stage 17 of last year's Tour de France, is currently recovering from surgery to remove a collarbone plate.

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  16. Army of volunteers anchors the Tour of the GilaRead the original story w/Photo

    May 3, 2016 | Silver City Sun-News

    A dedicated army of volunteers is the backbone of any successful bike race, and the Tour of the Gila is no exception. To ensure the Silver City event runs like a well-oiled machine, it takes more than 500 volunteers.

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  17. Michael Rogers' career in pictures - GalleryRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 25, 2016 | Cycling News

    Michael Rogers held off the challenge of David Zabriskie and Levi Leipheimer to win the Tour of California overall in 2010 Michael Rogers wins his third Grand Tour stage of 2014 at the Tour de France stage 16 to Bagneres-De-Luchon Michael Rogers won his second Grand Tour stage on the Monte Zoncolan at the 2014 Giro d'Italia in Savona After David MIllar was disqualified for doping, Michael Rogers was elevated to winner of the 2003 TT world championships The 36-year-old Australian is a three-time individual time trial world champion and finished in the top 10 of the Tour de France in 2006. His career spanned six teams and included overall wins at the 2002 Tour Down Under , the 2003 Tour of Belgium and a thrilling 2010 Tour of California.

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  18. U.S. Bicycling Hall of Fame pedals forwardRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 25, 2016 | Davis Enterprise

    The cycling world had a seven-time Tour de France winner in Lance Armstrong. Santa Rosa native Levi Leipheimer had won the Amgen Tour of California and was climbing up the sports-elite ladder.

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  19. Talansky: UCI rules are hurting US grassroots racingRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 25, 2016 | Cycling News

    Andrew Talansky has called for USA Cycling to work with the UCI to revoke the rule that prevents top riders from racing non-UCI events. Current regulations mean that riders from the WorldTour and Pro Continental circuits are barred from competing in national events unless they are part of a national team.

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  20. Fleche: Valverde surpasses Merckx, ArgentinRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 20, 2016 | Velonews

    Alejandro Valverde now holds the record for most wins in the men's edition of La FlA che Wallonne. Photo: Tim De Waele Alejandro Valverde carved his name in the record books with a fourth FlA che Wallonne victory Wednesday, surpassing such greats as Eddy Merckx and Moreno Argentin, who only have three wins apiece.

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