1. Tour De France 2012 Stage 5 Standings and Results: Andre Greipel Does It Again

    Stage 5 of the 2012 Tour de France , from Rouen to Saint-Quentin, is yet another one tailor-made for sprinters—almost pancake flat and having only the slightest of uphill rides into the finish...

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  2. Lance Armstrong Doping Charges to Be Given Extra Weight by Teammate Testimony

    The world is set to cave in on Lance Armstrong . The seven-time winner of the Tour de France has long been suspected by many of having cheated his way to those famous victories, ...

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  3. 2012 Tour De France Stage 4: Andre Greipel Secures Sprint Win, Cavendish Crashes

    Stage 4 of the 2012 Tour de France saw the riders take on one of the Tour’s longest stages, the 214 km jaunt from Abbeville to Rouen...

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  4. McLaren Fix Their Faulty Jack: Lewis Hamilton Will Be Thrilled

    Life at McLaren is never dull. They are capable of hitting incredible highs. In their 46 years, they have won 117 out 710 races they entered, secured 12 driver’s championships ...

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  5. Tour de France 2012 Stage 3 Standings and Results: Crashes Shake Up Leaders

    The drama continued and even went up a notch on the third stage of the 2012 Tour de France . The 197 km ride from Orchies to Boulogne-sur-Mer had an undulating tail taking the ...

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  6. Tour De France 2012 Stage 2 Results: Mark Cavendish Makes a Statement

    Stage 2 of the 2012 Tour de France saw the peloton still cycling its way through Belgium on the roads from Visé to Tournai...

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  7. Fernando Alonso Wins Epic Valencia F1 Grand Prix: Maldonado Disgraced Again

    In another staggering example of how this new season has turned our expectations of Formula One on their heads, the world’s most boring and uninspiring track—Valencia—has ...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about 2 years ago 1,240 reads 12 comments

  8. Tour De France: The Unfair Consequences of Cycling's Doping Scandals

    On May 30 this year, Andy Schleck was awarded the yellow jersey for his inherited victory in the 2010 Tour de France following the disqualification of Alberto Contador for doping during the race...

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  9. Andy Schleck's Injury Is the Big Story, but Lance Armstrong Steals the Headlines

    While Lance Armstrong again steals the headlines, a story of real significance has emerged that has implications for this year’s Tour de France...

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  10. Michael Schumacher Keeps Faith in Mercedes; Should the Team Return the Favour?

    Michael Schumacher has come out to publicly affirm that he won’t lose faith in Mercedes GP according to ESPN F1 ...

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  11. F1 2012: Felipe Massa's Troubles Shield Jenson Button from Closer Scrutiny

    Felipe Massa ’s woeful run of form returned with a vengeance at the Canadian Grand Prix where he turned a solid start into a desperate scramble to secure the final points spot...

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  12. F1 2012: Lewis Hamilton Wins Canadian Grand Prix, but Again Pirelli Claims MVP

    The 2012 Canadian Grand Prix continued the remarkable streak of unpredictable results, delivering the seventh different winner of the season, this time in the form of Lewis Hamilton ...

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  13. Punishment of Australian Swimmers Nick D'Arcy and Kendrick Monk Is Hypocrisy

    In sanctioning Nick D'Arcy and Kendrick Monk, the Australian Olympic Committee have been revealed as not only reactionary but mean-spirited. Better still, it seems that the AOC is not above partaking in a healthy dose of hypocrisy...

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  14. Nick D'Arcy and Kendrick Monk Facebook Picture Creates Wave of Mock Outrage

    Two Aussie Olympic swimmers, Nick D’Arcy and Kendrick Monk, have landed themselves in hot water with a harmless happy-snap posted on one of their Facebook accounts...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about 2 years ago 576 reads 2 comments

  15. Monaco F1 Grand Prix: Mark Webber Secures Win in Lacklustre Monte Carlo Race

    In a year where we have had exciting, unpredictable racing for five consecutive races, the annual visit to Monaco could only be an anticlimax. And, as per usual, Monaco didn’t fail to disappoint...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about 2 years ago 706 reads 5 comments

  16. Fernando Alonso: Is He Really a Prodigious Talent or Simply Overrated?

    Just how good is Fernando Alonso ? Currently, he is sharing the championship lead in the 2012 Formula One season and no one can adequately explain why...

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  17. Spanish F1 GP: The Surprises Keep Coming as Pastor Maldonado Wins for Williams

    Five different winners from five different teams take out the first five races of the season. What the hell is going on? It’s almost as if everyone has forgotten the Formula ...

    Craig Christopher Written by Craig Christopher about 2 years ago 1,008 reads 4 comments

  18. Spanish F1 GP: Lewis Hamilton Relegated as McLaren Incompetence Bites Hard

    If you didn’t know better, you would get the impression that McLaren don’t like Lewis Hamilton and are doing their best to sabotage his 2012 challenge for the Formula 1 championship...

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  19. Formula One: Nico Rosberg Uses Schumacher Technique with Hamilton and Alonso

    Nico Rosberg ’s brutal moves on Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso at the Bahrain Grand Prix raised eyebrows and tempers around the Formula One community, but according to the stewards, he did nothing wrong...

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  20. Bahrain F1 Grand Prix: Sebastian Vettel Top as Unpredictable Season Continues

    For the second race in a row, we have been treated to a fascinating, action-packed event from lights out to the chequered flag and the 2012 Bahrain Grand Prix may just have proven itself worth the controversy that dogged its lead-up...

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  21. Bahrain Formula 1 Grand Prix:Is the Race Making Matters Worse in the Kingdom?

    What are the chances that Bernie Ecclestone will come to his senses and give the order to pack up the Bahrain Grand Prix and go home? After spending the last two weeks telling ...

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  22. Ferrari's Fall from Formula 1 Fame Set to Continue in Bahrain

    By now, the the message must have sunk in at Ferrari , and not even the balmy Bahrain spring weather will be able to thaw the chill that comes with the awful realisation that the Prancing Horse is no longer a threat on the Formula One grid...

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  23. Nico Rosberg Wins Chinese F1 GP, McLaren and Red Bull Still Teams to Beat

    It will go down as one of the most exciting dry-weather Formula One races of the last decade. It had everything—overtaking, wheel-to-wheel action, differing strategies, but most of all, great racing...

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  24. Formula 1: Bahrain Grand Prix Moral Test Inevitable Consequence of Expansion

    As the time approaches for a decision to either commit to—or walk away from—the upcoming Bahrain Grand Prix , it seems that there is a rapidly emerging divide developing ...

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  25. Paris-Roubaix 2012: Tom Boonen Storms to Victory on a Sunday in Hell

    Tom Boonen has turned the clock back seven years after he claimed a stunning victory over the tortuous cobblestones of the Hell of the North—the Paris-Roubaix—and again ...

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