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With respect for those French people and others who were killed or injured in Nice, France tonight, we will not do any further reporting on today’s stage. We are disgusted. The terror, the destruction, and the craziness must stop. Nothing more can be said.
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By Jim Freibert, special to Cyclists International May 23, 2016 While Alaphillipe wins overall ATOC, Cavendish takes stage 8 Sprint;In Women’s race, Kirsten Wild Wins Circuit in Downtown Sacramento The new boy wonder from France, 23-year-old Julian Alaphillipe won the…
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By Jim Freibert, special to Cyclists International May 21, 2016 Men’s Stage 7 Santa Rosa – Amgen Tour of California Team KATUSHA’s star sprinter Alexander Kristoff (NOR) catapulted to a stage win of the Amgen Tour of California’s seventh day of racing. It was the Norwegian’s…
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Amgen Tour of California – Stage 2 – South Pasadena to Santa Clarita Photos and Reporting by Jim Freibert–Special to Cyclists International Stage Two of the Tour of California had a surprise royal ending, with Benjamin King, dethroning the reigning…
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Pro-cyclists and their teams are likely watching with a certain amount of “I told you so,” as other sports and events like soccer, the Olympics and world championships are catching up–and just barely–to ridding their events of cheaters.
Cyclists are blessed because they are saving the earth from harmful carbon emissions every day they get on their bicycles. Thank you Pope Francis for bringing attention to our struggle to save the earth.
Chalking seems like a totally harmless and short-lived way for people to express themselves, and there’s a temptation to just ask the authorities to lighten up and save their law enforcement resources for real crimes
Dr. Pierre Sallet who opened the possibility that Chris Froome cheated to get his yellow jersey is listed as a doctor of philosophy on the Internet, though his organization says his degree is in physiology.