Browsing Cycling

Cycling – Most Tour de France Championships

Posted on 25 Jul, 2016, by in Featured

By winning the Tour de France for a third time, Chris Froome becomes one of only eight cyclists to win the most famous Cycling championship three times or more, joining … More

Lance Armstrong – Once a Cheater, Always a Cheater

Posted on 26 Jan, 2015, by in Miscellaneous, Other Sport

No matter how disgraced his name has become, Lance Armstrong doesn’t regret cheating to win multiple Tour de France races, saying in an interview with the BBC that he would have done it all over again if given the chance. More

Cyclist Gets Punched in the Face After Chasing a White Audi

Posted on 27 Jan, 2014, by in Miscellaneous

If you’re ever in London and you see a white Audi disobey the law, refrain from approaching the car because you’re likely to get punched; this is what happened to a cyclist who was allegedly hit by the car, chased it down and then got attacked by one of the passengers. More

Lance Armstrong Admitting to Cheating Doesn’t Change a Thing

Posted on 17 Jan, 2013, by in Miscellaneous

Is admitting to the world that you lied, but not completely doing it, enough to make up for everything Lance Armstrong had done? More

Lance Armstrong – History Erased

Posted on 23 Oct, 2012, by in Miscellaneous

From 1999 to 2005, there will be no Tour de France champion. Everything Lance Armstrong did in his cycling career is erased, in shame, in anger, in venom. A lot of people were waiting around the corner for his fall, and a lot of people might be wanting their money back. More

Destroying Lance Armstrong

Posted on 10 Oct, 2012, by in Other Sport

The USADA (United States Anti-Doping Agency) is doing everything it can to destroy every shed of credibility still left attached to Lance Armstrong. After stripping his 7 Tour de France wins and ban him for life from Elite sport, they’re set to release more than 1000 pages of evidence that led to the decision. More

London 2012 – Event Finals, Previews & Predictions on Day 12 of the Olympics

Posted on 8 Aug, 2012, by in Other Sport

An All-American final in the Beach Volleyball competition will help the American medal count, falling behind China yesterday, while another American – Jamaican battle ensues in the women’s 200 meters, and Dayron Robles of Jamaica will try to hold off Jason Richardson and defend his Olympic title in the men’s 100 meters hurdles race. More

2012 Olympic Games Day 11 – Event Finals Previews & Predictions

Posted on 7 Aug, 2012, by in Other Sport

Day 11 of the 2012 Olympics is a day without huge stars in finals, but a chance for Nick Willis of New Zealand to beat Asbel Kiprop of Kenya in the 1500 meters race and Jesse Williams of the United States to add the Olympic title to his world championship gold medal in the men’s high jump competition. More

2012 Olympic Games Day 10 – Event Finals Previews & Predictions

Posted on 6 Aug, 2012, by in Other Sport

Reaching the 10th day of the Olympic games, the track at the Olympic stadium grabs more and more of the attention, with Kirani James of Grenada hoping to repeat his feat at the world championships and win gold in the men’s 400 meters race, while a wide open final in the men’s 400 meters hurdles will also take place, with home favorite Dai Greene hoping to recapture his 2011 magic. More

2012 Olympic Games Day 9 – Event Finals Previews & Predictions

Posted on 5 Aug, 2012, by in Other Sport

There are plenty of big events and finals on day 9 of the London 2012 Summer Olympics, but none will be bigger than the men’s 100 meters final, with Usain Bolt and Yohan Blake projected to battle for the top spot and who knows, maybe a new world record. Earlier, Roger Federer will try and win his first individual gold medal, facing Andy Murray, with two gold medal matches one after the other. More