1. Tour De France Stage 14: Versus TV and Live Streaming Schedule

    The Tour hits the Pyrenees today, and it finally gets serious. The next four days should decide the race with only the Stage 19 individual time trial possibly having any influence after that...

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  2. Tour de France Stage 13 Results: Aleksandr Vinokourov is Back

    Stage 13 of the 2010 Tour de France, from Rodez to Revel, was one of the last remaining stages that the sprinters could use to boost their points before the caravan hits this year's most difficult stages through the Pyrenees...

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  3. Tour de France Stage 13 Preview

    Stage 13 of the 2010 Tour de France, from Rodez to Revel, is one of the last remaining stages that the sprinters can use to boost their points before the caravan hits this year's most difficult stages through the Pyrenees...

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  4. Tour de France Stage 12 Standings and Results: Contador Stamps Authority

    Stage 12 of the 2010 Tour de France was a deceptively difficult 210km transition stage from Bourg de Peage to Mende. Although the map had two category two and three category three climbs, the road did seem to be uphill all of the way...

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  5. Tour de Biff: Mark Renshaw Thrown off the Tour for Headbutting

    A bunch sprint at the end of a Tour stage is no place for the faint hearted. Often travelling in excess of 60km/h, timid riders not only get swallowed up, but become dangerous to those around them...

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  6. Tour de France Stage 10 Standings and Results: A Day for Recovery

    Stage 10 of the 2010 Tour de France took the riders from Chambery to Gap, a leisurely ride of 179km through the French Alps...

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  7. Cadel Evans' Race in Tatters: Tour de France Stage Nine Standings and Results

    Stage nine of the 2010 Tour de France—a 204 kilometre trip from Morzine-Avoriaz to Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne—may well go down in the history books as the stage that determined the outcome of this year’s race...

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  8. Will Lance Armstrong's Last Tour Be His Toughest?

    Not with a bang, but with a whimper. That is how Lance Armstrong’s Tour de France career is destined to come to a close thanks to a litany of challenges and mishaps that have destroyed his chances for that one final victory...

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  9. Tour de France Stage 8 Results: Evans Takes Yellow, Armstrong Falters

    After the brief, hill-climbing appetizer of Stage Seven, the race gets into the serious high mountains of the Alps...

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  10. Mark Webber Has the Last Word as Red Bull's Favouritism Falls Flat

    Do Red Bull Racing have a learning difficulty? Was there really nothing that they could take home from the ridiculous airing of dirty laundry that went on after the two Red Bull pilots ...

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  11. Lance Armstrong Faces Probe After Floyd Landis' Hysterical Allegations

    Floyd Landis, by his own admission, is a liar and a cheat. He was caught out in one of the most brazen and poorly thought through doping attempts in the history of professional cycling...

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  12. Tour De France Stage Seven Standings, Results: Sylvain Chavanel Regains The Lead

    The tour de France has started to get serious as the race leaves the flat lands and moves into the foothills of the Alps, providing us with a wonderful hors d’oeuvre of the action to come over the next few days...

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  13. Domestiques: The Unsung Heroes of The Tour De France

    Anyone who has even a passing interest in professional cycling would be familiar with the big names of the Tour de France. Names like Lance Armstrong, Cadel Evans, Alberto Contador, Andy Schleck or Ivan Basso who are all contenders for the overall win...

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  14. Tour de France Doping: Even the Bikes Are Getting in on the Act!

    There was an odd little statement that came out of the International Cycling Union (UCI) before the start of stage three of the Tour about the use of replacement bicycles throughout the race...

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  15. Tour de France Stage 3 Standings and Results: Cadel Evans Comes Out on Top

    The infamous “Hell of the North” cobblestones around Arenberg have delivered an unexpected early shakeup to the 2010 iteration of le Tour...

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  16. Fabian Cancellara: Good Sport Or Con Man?

    Fabian Cancellara has either pulled off one of the all time great acts of sportsmanship, or he has perpetrated one of the great con acts on the entire field of the Tour de France...

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  17. Tour De France: Sylvain Chavanel Takes Yellow After a Bruising Second Stage

    Stage two of the 2010 Tour de France was a 194km jaunt through Belgium from Brussels to Spa. Unusually early in the tour, the riders will face some hilly terrain with a scattering of ...

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  18. Tour de France: Not Just a Test Of Physical Toughness

    There has been a lot of critical material written about professional cycling, particularly with reference to the use of performance-enhancing drugs...

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  19. Tour De France: Stage One, Alessandro Petacchi Takes Out a Crash-Marred Sprint

    The first week of the Tour de France is traditionally given over to the sprinters with a series of flat stages and the 2010 iteration is absolutely no exception to that rule...

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  20. FIFA World Cup 2010: Fair Play, What's That? Asks Uruguay's Luis Suarez

    That Uruguay’s Luis Suarez is a national hero is a travesty. He was responsible for one of the most cynical and reprehensible examples of cheating in a game of football; an act that brings disrepute to the beautiful game...

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  21. Formula One Is Going Green: No, That's Not a Joke

    Kermit the frog used to sing a sad little ditty called, “It isn’t easy being green.” If Kermy is still alive today, he’s singing a much different tune...

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  22. ICC Rejects Australasia's Nomination of John Howard for Vice Presidency

    The ICC has finally managed to get something right. They have decided, in their infinite wisdom, to reject the nomination of Australia’s former Prime Minister, John Howard, as the next president of the International Cricket Council...

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  23. Is Fernando Alonso Just A Whiner Or Is Everyone Really Out To Get Him?

    The whole world is against Fernando Alonso. At least, that’s the impression that you’d get if you listen to the man himself, or his often similarly paranoid team, Ferrari...

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  24. Mark Webber's Red Bull Gets Its Wings - But Not In A Good Way!

    There is a cartoon that you may have seen that has a bird eating a frog. The frog, as you might expect, is not keen to be swallowed and has his little froggy hands wrapped tightly around the bird's throat...

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  25. The Return of Schumi the Wrecker: Michael Schumacher Has Had Enough

    There’s no such thing as a dull Canadian Grand Prix, and 2010 was no exception to that rule. It was a cracking race from start to finish and had everything that F1 fans love about the sport...

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