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  1. Wannabe pro sports shooters, there may be knocks aheadRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Digital Trends

    ... Usain Bolt getting it in the back of the legs . Having just won a cycling race, British Olympic medalist Lizzie Armitstead is understandably elated. Hurtling along, she throws her arms aloft in celebration. But wait, there's a group of photographers ...

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  2. Women to climb Muur van Geraardsbergen in Tour of Flanders - Women's News ShortsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Cycling News

    ... at the base of the Oude Kwaremont. After the Paterberg, two riders, Emma Johansson and eventual winner Lizzie Armitstead, were being chased by only eight. The third edition of the women's Strade Bianche will again mark the first race on the UCI ...

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  3. Gold rush: inside British Cycling's medal factoryRead the original story

    Friday Nov 18 | Financial Times

    ... them for elite competition. This system has forged champions such as Mark Cavendish , Geraint Thomas and Lizzie Armitstead .  Today Clancy is a triple Olympic champion and one of a group of British cyclists to have reigned over three ...

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  4. Mail on Sunday is nominated for seven top accolades at the British Journalism AwardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 12 | Daily Mail

    ... which led to Team GB coach Shane Sutton quitting. Lawton's investigative pieces revealed that cyclist Lizzie Armitstead had missed a drugs test, Simon Yates had failed one, and Seb Coe had misled MPs over doping at the 2012 London Olympics. The ...

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  5. British Cycling begins new CEO search - News ShortsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 11 | Cycling News

    ... of sexism and discrimination by Shane Sutton, the ongoing investigation into Team Sky and its handling of Lizzie Armitstead's whereabouts issues, Drake denied his departure had anything to do with these events . "Some time ago I made the decision ...

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  6. Year End Awards: Nominate the best women's raceRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 7 | Podium Cafe

    ... or something (and let's be honest, even then we'd likely nominate it). This year saw the World Champ Lizzie Armitstead (now married Deignan) take the win and seeing the rainbows take Flanders is always special. In this case she did it in the hardest ...

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  7. Kiesanowski ends 16-year cycling career - Women's News ShortsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 26, 2016 | Cycling News

    US riders Kelly Catlin, Chloe Dygert, Jennifer Valente and Sarah Hammer celebrate after winning the women's team pursuit final. Joanne Kiesanowski leads Lizzie Armitstead in the break in the points race round of the women's Omnium.

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  8. Moolman-Pasio out for three months after collision with race motorbikeRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 24, 2016 | Cycling News

    Ashleigh Moolman Pasio with a little over 10km to go in the chase at ThA1 4ringen Rundfarht Ashleigh Moolman Pasio initiates a small break on the biggest climb of the day at ThA1 4ringen Rundfarht Top two in the general classification, Lizzie Armitstead and Ashleigh Moolman Pasio go at wheel to wheel on the first QoM at Aviva Women's Tour 2016 - Stage 5. Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio will be out of action for around three months after colliding with a race vehicle during the Chrono des Nations time trial at the weekend. She fractured the iliac bone in her hip as a result of the incident.

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  9. Yorkshire wins bid to host 2019 Road World ChampionshipsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 12, 2016 | Cycling News

    World Champion, Lizzie Armitstead prepares to don the race leader's jersey at Aviva Women's Tour 2016 - Stage 3 The UCI has confirmed that Yorkshire will host the 2019 World Road Championships, meaning that the sport's most important championships will return to Britain for the first time since 1982. The UCI announced Yorkshire as the host for 2019 after a vote by the UCI Management Committee in Qatar at this year's event .

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  10. Lizzie Armitstead made to sweat for team gold at the Road World Championships in DohaRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 9, 2016 | Daily Mail

    Sweltering conditions turned the opening day of the Road World Championships in Doha into an ordeal by heat but recently married Lizzie Deignan and her Boels-Dolmans team came through the time trial with flying colours. Deignan, who was controversially allowed to compete at the Rio 2016 Olympics despite missing three drugs tests, was racing for her Dutch paymasters and switches to represent Britain on Monday, when she will be targeting a successful defence of her road race world title.

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  11. Boels Dolmans end dominant season with team time trial world titleRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 9, 2016 | Cycling News

    Lizzie Deignan of Great Britain celebrates with her Boels Dolmans team mates after winning the Women's Team Time Trial Lizzie Deignan of Great Britain celebrates with her Boels Dolmans team mates after winning the Women's Team Time Trial World Champion, Lizzie Armitstead prepares to don the race leader's jersey at Aviva Women's Tour 2016 - Stage 3 Boels-Dolmans beat the heat to claim their first team time trial world title , capping off what has been a hugely dominant 2016 season. The Dutch squad has been streets ahead of the other women's teams, winning 10 of the 17 WorldTour races, including the Crescent Vrgrda team time trial in August.

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  12. Drug raid at Velodrome: Cycling in crisis as investigators swoop on dream factoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 7, 2016 | Daily Mail

    ... technical director. The storm that erupted, just before the Games, after revelations in this newspaper of Lizzie Armitstead's three missed drugs tests. Sir Bradley Wiggins, Jason Kenny, Laura Trott and their Lycra-covered colleagues provided the ...

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  13. Boels-Dolmans announce team time trial roster for WorldsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 3, 2016 | Cycling News

    Race winner, Chantal Blaak after the 119 km Stage 6 of the Boels Ladies Tour 2016 on 4th September 2016 World Champion, Lizzie Armitstead prepares to don the race leader's jersey at Aviva Women's Tour 2016 - Stage 3 Boels-Dolmans today announced the six riders who will compete in the team time trial World Championhips next week in Doha, Qatar, with just one change to the roster that claimed second place last year in Richmond. "We had eight riders that were capable of being a part of this squad," said team manager Danny Stam.

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  14. Olympic cyclists Lizzie Armitstead and Philip Deignan discuss their fairytale weddingRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 27, 2016 | Daily Mail

    But cyclist Lizzie Armitstead insists the best day of her life was undoubtedly her wedding to Team Sky rider Philip Deignan. The 27-old-athlete tied the knot with her partner at The Bridge Church in her hometown of Otley, West Yorkshire in front of 150 guests earlier this month.

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  15. Sarah Storey bids to compete in able-bodied World Championships after winning more Paralympic goldsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 17, 2016 | Mirror.co.uk

    ... of athletes is looking to new horizons - namely October's road race in Qatar, where fellow Briton Lizzie Armitstead defends her world title. "This is the first time I've made an application," disclosed Storey, who in 2010 became the first ...

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  16. Vos applauds inaugural Women's WorldTourRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 15, 2016 | Cycling News

    ... same line as the team progressions." The series kicked off at Strade Bianche in March and world champion Lizzie Armitstead won the opening round. Boels Dolmans continued its dominance of the series with Chantal Blaak winning Ronde van Drenthe and ...

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  17. Britain's Paralympic gold rush goes on: NINE golds in a single...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 15, 2016 | Daily Mail

    ... on paper her stats say she's one of the best horses on the track.' Storey, who feels her form could assist Lizzie Armitstead in the defence of her road race world title next year, added: 'I have a big engine, who knows if that will help Lizzie when ...

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  18. Guarnier sets seal on UCI Women's WorldTour outright triumph in MadridRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 11, 2016 | Cycling News

    Megan Guarnier celebrates winning the Giro Rosa 2016 after the final stage of the Giro Rosa 2016 on 10th July 2016 Megan Guarnier has become the first ever winner of the women's WorldTour after coming safely through the final round of the series, the Madrid Challenge by la Vuelta on Sunday. The US rider completed the series with 946 points, a massive advantage over second-placed Leah Kirchman who had 604 points, whilst teammate Lizzie Armitstead finished third with 545 points.

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  19. Wiggins: Armitstead has 'no excuse' for missing three testsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 9, 2016 | Cycling News

    Bradley Wiggins has said that British Cycling teammate Lizzie Armitstead has 'no excuse' for three missed anti-doping tests and filing errors. Armitstead almost missed the Olympic Games in Rio after a third error with her whereabouts in less than a year but was cleared to race after the first of her missed tests was ruled out.

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  20. Sir Bradley Wiggins criticises Lizzie Armitstead over missed drugs testsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 9, 2016 | Daily Mail

    Sir Bradley Wiggins criticises Lizzie Armitstead over missed drugs tests: 'To say 'cycling wasn't my priority at that time' is ludicrous' Sir Bradley Wiggins has called Lizzie Armitstead's reasoning for missing three drugs tests 'ludicrous', saying he cannot understand how the world road race champion came so close to a lengthy ban. Armitstead faced a two-year suspension in July after being charged by UK Anti-Doping for three 'whereabouts' failures in a 12-month period but successfully overturned the charge at the Court of Arbitration for Sport, arguing that the first of the three failures was a result of an administrative error.

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