1. Formula 1: Fernando Alonso Sets His Sights on Senna's 3 F1 Titles, is it Enough?

    Fernando Alonso is having a very good year. He is leading the 2012 Formula 1 Championship by a healthy 34 points in what most pundits agree is an inferior car compared to the Red Bull and McLaren machines...

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  2. Cycling: Are Team Sky Really Willing to Let Mark Cavendish Go?

    The outstanding success of Team Sky at the 2012 should perhaps have come as no surprise. The British team boldly proclaimed in its press release that its primary aim was to, “create ...

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  3. Ferrari Boss Offers Worthless Statement of Support for Struggling Felipe Massa

    Either Stefano Domenicali is a hypocrite, or he thinks we’re all idiots. The Ferrari boss has come out with an incredibly disingenuous defence of struggling driver Felipe Massa , telling ESPNF1...

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  4. 2012 German F1 GP: Sebastian Vettel Penalty Underscores Stewards' Inconsistency

    The 20-second time penalty handed to Sebastian Vettel after the completion of the 2012 German Grand Prix may well have been the absolutely correct, but it was also devastatingly ...

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  5. Tour de France 2012: Stage 20 Results, Standings and Highlights

    Bradley Wiggins completed the formality of surviving the short ride from Rambouillet to Paris. He then stayed out of trouble as the final stage of the Tour de France turned ...

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  6. 2012 Tour De France Stage 19 Results and Standings: Wiggins Dominates Again!

    While the title defense of Cadel Evans , 2011's Tour de France champion, continued to lurch from bad to worse, for heir apparent Bradley Wiggins, things could not have gone better...

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  7. 2012 Tour De France: Mark Cavendish Reminds Everyone Why He's the Best

    Earlier this month, French sports newspaper L’Equipe named Mark Cavendish as the greatest sprinter in Tour de France history as a result of one of their polls according to the Mail Online ...

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  8. Tour De France: Wiggins Assured of Victory but Should It Belong to Chris Froome?

    With the final mountain stage of the 2012 Tour de France done and dusted, Bradley Wiggins is now assured of wearing the yellow jersey as the peloton rides on to the Champs Elysees on Sunday afternoon...

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  9. 2012 Tour De France Stage 17 Preview: Vincenzo Nibali Only Threat to Wiggins

    And then there were three. Bradley Wiggins , Chris Froome and Vincenzo Nibali are now the only riders left in the Tour with realistic chances of a Tour victory...

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  10. 2012 Tour De France: Frank Schleck Leaves the Tour After Positive Drug Test

    The Tour de France has again been mired in a doping controversy with prominent Radioshack-Nissan rider and team leader Frank Schleck leaving the Tour after a positive drug test...

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  11. 2012 Tour De France: Can Anyone Stop Bradley Wiggins and Team Sky?

    Today may well be a rest day for the riders, but for the teams the work is ramping up as they try desperately to find a weakness in the formidable unit that is Sky Procycling ...

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  12. Tour De France 2012 Shows the Downside of Cycling Fans' Close Proximity

    Professional cycling is a rare oddity among sports in that the fans have an opportunity to get incredibly close to their heroes while they are actually competing...

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  13. 2012 Tour De France Stage 14: Sabotage and Sportsmanship Shade Sanchez Victory

    Sabotage marred Stage 14 of the 2012 Tour de France as race radio and The Telegraph reported tacks on the road playing havoc with riders and saw Cadel Evans require assistance on no less than four occasions...

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  14. 2012 Tour De France Stage 13: Andre Greipel Wins but Stage Belongs to Morkov

    Cycling is a cruel sport. It crushes dreams and aspirations. It tears muscles and breaks bones. It has absolutely no respect for heartwarming, sentimental stories. Just ask Michael Morkov...

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  15. 2012 TDF: Tejay Van Garderen and Chris Froome Get a Tough Lesson in Pro Cycling

    The harsh realities of being a domestique on a professional cycling team were hammered home to two of the sport’s rising stars during Stage 11 of the 2012 Tour de France ...

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  16. 2012 Tour De France Stage 11: Cadel Evans Cracks, Bradley Wiggins Extends Lead

    Bradley Wiggins answered his critics as he took on and beat his closest rival and may well have secured victory in the 2012 Tour de France Stage 11 France had all the potential to be one of the pivotal stages of this year’s race...

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  17. 2012 Tour De France: Bradley Wiggins Right to Respond Angrily to Doping Claims

    Bradley Wiggins is right to be annoyed about the constant doping questions. Why? Because the sole rationale for questioning his integrity is the fact that he is having success in a sport with a chequered past...

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  18. 2012 Tour de France Stage 10: Thomas Voeckler Wins, No Change Amongst Leaders

    After the first rest day in the 2012 Tour de France , the riders get back into the saddle to tackle a stage with the first big mountain of the Tour...

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  19. Tour De France 2012: Cofidis' Remy Di Gregorio Arrested in New Doping Scandal

    The dark cloud of doping has again fallen over the Tour de France . The Washington Post is reporting that French rider Remy Di Gregorio of the Cofidis team was arrested in his team hotel for doping...

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  20. Lance Armstrong's Suit to Block USADA's Case Fails; Judge Slams PR Exercise

    Lance Armstrong ’s world is crumbling around him. In the latest blow to the his efforts to hold his legacy intact, his legal challenge to US Anti-Doping Agency's proposed ...

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  21. 2012 Tour De France Stage 9: Bradley Wiggins Storms to Victory, Evans Falters

    It’s called the race of truth. There’s nowhere to hide in the individual time trial, no team mates to slipstream behind, no domestiques to be at your beck and call, just one man and his bike racing against the clock...

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  22. Formula 1: Is Pastor Maldonado Malicious, Incompetent or Just Misunderstood?

    It will come as no surprise to anyone who watches Formula One racing that the FIA is barking mad. There are innumerable examples of wacky decisions that underscore that ...

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  23. 2012 Tour De France Stage 8: Sammy Sanchez Crashes Out; Wiggins, Evans Stalemate

    As the Tour headed into Switzerland for Stage 8 of the 2012 Tour de France , the second mountain stage looked set to make life uncomfortable for some, but it was unlikely to have much of an impact on the leaders...

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  24. 2012 Tour De France Stage 7: Bradley Wiggins Takes Yellow as Mountains Bite Hard

    Stage 7 of the 2012 Tour de France held the promise of shaking up the field as the first serious climb of the Tour will start to see the sprinters and classic specialists slip from the leader's list...

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  25. Tour De France 2012 Stage 6: Peter Sagan Wins but Crashes Again Wreaking Havoc

    Stage 6 of the 2012 Tour de France —205km from Epernay to Metz—should have been the last opportunity for the sprinters to put on a demonstration before the course gets lumpy at the climbers get a chance to show their wares...

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