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  1. WADA struggling over legality of naming Operacion Puerto athletesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 16 | Cycling News

    The World Anti-Doping Agency has identified the athletes who more than ten years ago participated in a blood doping and performance-enhancing drug ring run by Eufemiano Fuentes, but are now looking to its legal team to determine if the Operacion Puerto information can be made public without WADA being sued, according to former WADA director general David Howman. Howman spoke with the Spanish news outlet AS while attending the Congreso Deporte, Dopaje y Sociedad symposium in Madrid, not far from where the Guardia Civil uncovered the Fuentes clinic in 2006.

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  2. MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 31 | KWWL-TV Waterloo

    Iowa State head wrestling coach Kevin Jackson announced today that he will leave his current position at the conclusion of the 2017 NCAA Wrestling Championship to assume an administrative role within the athletics department. "Iowa State has a great wrestling tradition and everyone involved with the program has very high expectations," Jackson said.

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  3. Route Announced For 2017 Amgen Tour Of California, Nation's First...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 31 | Digital Game Developer

    Women's and Men's Premier Stage Races Will Bring the World's Most Talented and Popular Cycling Stars Back to CaliforniaFormer Champions Kristin Armstrong, Jens Voigt and Freddie Rodriguez ... /PRNewswire/ -- Amgen Tour of California organizer AEG announced the 575-mile course for the 2017 UCI WorldTour race, which will take many of the world's best cyclists on an always picturesque, challenging and highly competitive competition through iconic highways, byways and coastlines this spring.

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  4. Organizers reveal 575-mile Tour of California routeRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 31 | White Lake Beacon

    This year's Tour of California will cover 575 miles from Sacramento to Pasadena, while the women's race that precedes it in May will be the only UCI WorldTour race in the U.S. this year. Organizers revealed the route Tuesday, along with announcing that Jens Voigt, Freddie Rodriguez and three-time Olympic time trial champion Kristin Armstrong will serve as ambassadors.

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  5. Organizers reveal 575 mile Tour of California routeRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 31 | My Mother Lode

    This year's Tour of California will cover 575 miles from Sacramento to Pasadena, while the women's race that precedes it in May will be the only UCI WorldTour race in the U.S. this year. Organizers revealed the route Tuesday, along with announcing that Jens Voigt, Freddie Rodriguez and three-time Olympic time trial champion Kristin Armstrong will serve as ambassadors.

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  6. The Coffee Ride - Day 7Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 21 | The Mercury

    Kevin Fergusson is training with mate 'Sid' James as they get ready for the Hawaii Ironman race. Picture: Roger Wyman ADELAIDE ironman Kevin Fergusson has been riding this week's Beat Cancer Tour as a domestique and it's proving good training for his next big challenge in October.

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  7. 105-year-old Frenchman sets new hour record - GalleryRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 4, 2017 | Cycling News

    French centenarian cyclist Robert Marchand reacts after setting a one-hour track cycling World record at 22.547km in the over-105 age group Robert Marchand in action during his attempt to set a one-hour track cycling World record in the over-105 age group Robert Marchand starts to ride in his attempt to set a one-hour track cycling World record in the over-105 age group Robert Marchand rides in his attempt to set a one-hour track cycling World record in the over-105 age group French centenarian cyclist Robert Marchand reacts after setting a one-hour track cycling World record at 22.547km in the over-105 age group French centenarian cyclist Robert Marchand reacts after setting a one-hour track cycling World record at 22.547km in the over-105 age group Fans surround Robert Marchand after setting a one-hour track cycling World record at 22.547km in the over-105 age group French centenarian ... (more)

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  8. What's On Your 2017 Cycling Wish List?Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 1, 2017 | Podium Cafe

    Out with the old... 2016 will probably be best known for troubling political times, but covering that has never been the job of this website, and we will continue to be a cafe, a place you can go to leave the problems of the world behind for as long as you can stay. And really, 2016 was a pretty solid year - for cycling.

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  9. More Operacion Puerto athletes could be officially named in weeksRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 28, 2016 | Cycling News

    The names of athletes who had bags of blood confiscated as part of Operacion Puerto maybe revealed in the next few weeks. According to a report in El Pais, the anti-doping laboratory in Lausanne, Switzerland, has spent the last months trying to identify the owners of the blood bags and it is believed that at least 20 belong to cyclists.

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  10. Voigt plans 24-hour 'Everest Challenge' for charityRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 19, 2014 | Cycling News

    Retired German pro will ride up and down a Berlin climb until he equals Mount Everest elevation gain of 8,848m Following on the heels of Johan Museeuw's recent 24-hour indoor trainer ride for charity, retired pro Jens Voigt will take things up a notch by riding outdoors for 24 hours while attempting to climb the equivalent height of Mount Everest. Dubbed the Jensie Challenge, the Voigt event will raise money for cancer-figthing Tour de Cure as he sets out in the early morning hours of January 2 on repeated ascents and descents of the famous Berlin Teufelsberg, Voigt's local climb that features about 90 metres of elevation gain per loop.

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  11. Will's grand designsRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 24, 2016 | Examiner

    Looking the same way: Will Clarke and Richie Porte, contesting the Stan Siejka Launceston Classic on December 2, will be World Tour rivals in 2017. Picture: Scott Gelston Landing a World Tour contract for the third time in his roller-coaster career, the 31-year-old Tasmanian says he has plenty left on his bucket list.

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  12. Shut Up Legs!, by Jens VoigtRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 23, 2016 | Podium Cafe

    Title: Shut Up Legs - My Wild Ride On And Off The Bike Author: Jens Voigt Publisher: Ebury Rodale What it is: The second stab at autobiography by the Jensie Strengths: It's the Jensie Weaknesses: It's all about selling the Jensie and his Shut Up, Legs! brand "The next year [after Operacion Puerto, 2007] I got involved with the CPA, the Professional Cyclists Association, because I thought maybe I could help the sport. We worked on a lot of things, such as encouraging teams to have insurance for riders, and we lobbied for a minimum salary for neoprofessionals.

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  13. Ekimov voted in as president of Russian Cycling FederationRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 14, 2016 | Cycling News

    The 2004 Olympic Games time trial podium : Viatcheslav Ekimov , silver; Tyler Hamilton , gold; Bobby Julich , bronze Viatcheslav Ekimov will replace Igor Makarov as the president of the Russian Cycling Federation, after he unanimously won the voted in Moscow on Wednesday. Makarov stepped down as president earlier this year after taking up the post in 2010 but becomes the honorary president.

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  14. Team Sky's weakness is tactics, says De JonghRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 12, 2016 | Cycling News

    Chris Froome lost more than two minutes to Nairo Quintana in stage 15 at the Vuelta a Espana Whether reality or a matter of perception remains to be seen but, according to Trek-Segafredo 's directeur sportif Steven de Jongh, Team Sky 's weakness remains a tactical one. The British team, which employed de Jongh until he admitted to his doping past in 2012, won a fourth Tour de France this summer in convincing fashion but at the Vuelta a Espaa they were caught on the hop when Alberto Contador and Nairo Quintana ambushed them in the third week .

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  15. Ekimov in the running for president of Russian Cycling FederationRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 5, 2016 | Cycling News

    The 2004 Olympic Games time trial podium : Viatcheslav Ekimov , silver; Tyler Hamilton , gold; Bobby Julich , bronze The Russian Cycling Federation announced on its website that Viacheslav Ekimov is one of two candidates running to replace Igor Makarov as president of the organisation. Ekimov recently stepped down as general manager of Katusha and was replaced by senior directeur sportif Jos Azevedo, who like Ekimov, raced with Lance Armstrong at the Discovery Channel team.

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  16. Mollema: I'm aiming for the Giro d'Italia before supporting Contador at the TourRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 9, 2016 | Cycling News

    Mollema has concentrated on the Tour de France for the last few years and enjoyed successes there with three top-10 places and 11th overall in this year's edition of the race. The 30-year-old had talked vaguely about his Grand Tour ambition for next year, with the Giro a potential destination but at the team's camp in Spain, he confirmed the plan to Cyclingnews .

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  17. Giro del Trentino to become Tour of the Alps for 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 6, 2016 | Cycling News

    The Giro del Trentino will become the Tour of the Alps in 2017, according to a race press release from the race organisers on Tuesday. Completing its 40th edition in 2016, the Giro del Trentino has long been a key prep race in the run-up to the Giro d'Italia, with numerous pink jersey contenders in attendance every year.

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  18. Portsmouth gives up on hopes of staging Tour de France in 2019Read the original story

    Dec 2, 2016 | Portsmouth Today

    ... next year who will be chosen to stage Le Tour's Grand Depart in 2019. Richard Gorman, who provided backing for Team CSC Saxo Bank in the 2008 Le Tour, and who contributed to Portsmouth's business case for government funding, believes the city ...

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  19. Basso defends Contador after Tinkov criticismRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 21, 2016 | Cycling News

    Ivan Basso has defended Alberto Contador after criticism from Tinkoff team owner Oleg Tinkov, saying he believes the Spaniard can still be competitive in Grand Tours despite turning 34 on December 6 and changing his mind about retirement mid-season. Basso has worked closely with Contador since overcoming testicular cancer in 2015 and ending his own professional career.

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  20. A look back at Criterium International - GalleryRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 18, 2016 | Cycling News

    Lance Armstrong placed third overall in Charleville-Meziers in 2004 - but was stripped of the result in 2012 after his doping was exposed. Lance Armstrong welcomes Joseba Beloki back to the peloton at Criterium International in 2004.

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