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The Week In Cycling:Over The Rainbow

The Week In Cycling:Over The Rainbow

Samuel Fisher September 30, 2012 2

Technically the World Championships finished a week ago, but it would be unjust to not cover all the stories from the week in Limburg. The Championships kicked off with the re-instated team time-trial, in

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Australians Fall Short

Australians Fall Short

Samuel Fisher September 17, 2012 3

As the World Championships kicked off in Limburg last night, Australian squads Orica-GreenEdge and Orica-AIS fell agonisingly short of claiming gold in their respective Team Time-Trial (TTT) events.Women’s elite team Orica-AIS entered the competition

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The Week In Cycling: Vuelta! Vuelta! Vuelta!

The Week In Cycling: Vuelta! Vuelta! Vuelta!

Samuel Fisher September 14, 2012 0

Vuelta Tour Review With the Tour of Spain concluding on Sunday evening, I thought it would be a good time to look at back at the moments (good and bad) over the tour. Most

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World Championships: Team Time-Trial Preview

World Championships: Team Time-Trial Preview

Samuel Fisher September 14, 2012 1

This year’s UCI Road Cycling World Championships will see the return of the team time-trial (TTT)

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The Week In Cycling: Contador in Prime Postion in Spain

The Week In Cycling: Contador in Prime Postion in Spain

Samuel Fisher September 9, 2012 0

From the Vuelta With only two days of racing to go, it seems to Spaniard Alberto Contador has sewn up the Vuelta after one of the best attacks seen in recent years. On the

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Orica GreenEdge get serious and Take out the stage in Quebec

Orica GreenEdge get serious and Take out the stage in Quebec

Gibbo September 8, 2012 0

A great win from Simon Gerrans (notable ommision of the Call me maybe salute).  Well done Gerro – doing the Aussie colours proud

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The Orica-GreenEdge boys are at it again – CALL ME MAYBE

The Orica-GreenEdge boys are at it again – CALL ME MAYBE

Gibbo September 6, 2012 3

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The Week in Cycling: Armstrong Saga Divides Opinions

The Week in Cycling: Armstrong Saga Divides Opinions

Samuel Fisher September 1, 2012 0

Opinions Split Since the news last Friday that Lance Armstrong will not challenge doping allegations set by USADA, the opinions of cycling fans worldwide has been split over the decision. On one hand, many

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Orica-GreenEDGE backstage for the Climb of the Bad Detour (Tourmalet)

Orica-GreenEDGE backstage for the Climb of the Bad Detour (Tourmalet)

Gibbo July 19, 2012 0

This is a pretty funny breakdown of the hardest day for a sprint team.  No Bogans were injured to bring you this.  Grady getting a Bee sting must have sucked

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Opinion: Courageous Cadel running on empty

Opinion: Courageous Cadel running on empty

Ash July 13, 2012 1

Chapeau to Cadel and Tejay Van Garderen for proving me wrong and blowing away the old conservative Cadel. It was a courageous move, but he just didn’t have the legs. You would think that

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