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Indian Runner Challenges CAS Gender Test

Dutee Chand's lawyers are challenging the decision to test the runner for her female-ness.

Hyperandrogenism can also be caused by the use of anabolic steroids. But the condition could be genetic too. According to the Intersex Society of North America, 1 in 1,500 to 1 in 2,000 persons are born with a sexual anomaly.

Froome to Race in Japanese Tour

Sept. 22, 2014 Team Sky’s Chris Froome  will be participating in the Saitama Criterium in Japan this October 25. The race is sponsored by the same group that puts on the Tour de France, the Amaury Sports Organization, who call the event formally Le tour…

UCI Amateur and Master Races in Europe, Asia, South America 2013

Love the wobbly wheel in the start for the time trial. Also, isn’t that Mary Ann Miller of Century Road Club Association in there somewhere? The video is a sales piece for one of the UCI-endorsed races for amateurs and…

Ironman Competitor who Died is Identified

August 14, 2012 The man who died in the NY-NJ Ironman on Saturday was identified as Andy Naylor, a senior officer of the Hong Kong Police force according to media reports. Naylor was taken from the water during the 2.4…

Major Chinese City to Ban Electric Bikes

June 20, 2011 One of China’s most successful economic cities will be banning electric bicycles, reported the China Daily. Shenzhen, situated just north of Hong Kong was one of the first economic zones set up for export from China to…