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John Harrison: Report on Napier velodrome project is a waste of ratepayer's money
February 23, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
Last week I received an early copy of the 19-page executive summary together with the full 75-page business case for Napier's biggest commercial gamble to date - the velodrome project.Together with the previous Napier City Council... More...
A 13.6km separated cycleway for Mount Maunganui proposed
February 23, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
A 13.6km cycle loop could be the answer to Mount Maunganui's traffic, parking and congestion issues.That's what Bike Mount pitched to councillors this afternoon - a Mauao Cycle Loop which would enable cyclists, commuters and families... More...
Olympic champion Owain Doull crashes out of Abhu Dhabi Tour after disc brake cuts into his foot
February 23, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from Mirror.co.uk ]
The Olympic champion said that Marcel Kittel's disc brakes had sliced right through his shoe and into his foot More...
Cycling golden couple Jason and Laura Kenny "absolutely thrilled and delighted" as they confirm pregnancy news
February 23, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from Mirror.co.uk ]
Four-time Olympic gold medalist Laura sparked speculation she was expecting after posting a picture of two adult bikes alongside a child's on Instagram More...
Cycling superstars Laura and Jason Kenny hint at pregnancy with touching child's bike Instagram post on Valentine's Day
February 23, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from Mirror.co.uk ]
The duo said they were planning a family although not before the 2020 Olympics More...
Doull claims Kittel's 'lethal' disc brake bike almost caused serious injury
February 23, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
Owain Doull has called for disc brakes to be banned unless protective casings are introduced after suffering a crash on the opening day of the Abu Dhabi Tour in which one of Marcel Kittels rotors slashed through his shoe. The Team Sky riderhit the deck with a kilometre remaining and showed Cyclingnews and other reporters his left shoe, which had a straight cut in two parts running almost the entire length of the forefoot. Standing receiving treatment for road rash on his backside, Doull pointed to his foot, where a cut " fortunately not too deep " was showing through a tear in his sock.ADVERTISEMENT "My shoe was cut to pieces. Thats definitely a disc brake that has done that, said Doull. "Its gone straight through the shoe into my foot. Its lucky thats not my leg to be honest. If anything Ive come off lucky there, if thatd been my leg it would have cut straight through it, for sure. Youve seen my shoe " its gone straight through that." "Nothing else could cut like that, its like a knife, it cut straight through it. You can see that thin line, its exactly in line, cut there and cut there on my shoe and both straight through in an arrow-straight line." Disc brakes: UCI calls on CPA to 'respect the democratic process' Kittel disc brake success sparks debate in the Dubai Tour peloton Dubai Tour: Kittel savours his first win on disc brakes Marcel Kittel's custom Specialized S-Works Venge ViAS disc " Gallery You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...
Crashes take down GC favourites and sprinters in Abu Dhabi
February 23, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
The opening stage of the Abu Dhabi Tour was always going to finish in a nervous sprint and the risk of crashes was especially high after a slow day in the desert and then a high-speed finale through a series of corners. The final left turn, with a kilometre to go, caused the most chaos, with Caleb Ewan (Orica-Scott) and Marcel Kittel (Quick-Step Floors) amongst those who went down. Team Sky's Owain Doull, who had been making his WorldTour debut, was also involved and suffered cuts to his back and legs. He attributed some of the cuts, as well as slice marks in his left shoe, to Kittel's disc brake rotors. Doull's British compatriot Alex Dowsett (Movistar) was caught up too but both were able to make it to the finish.ADVERTISEMENT More on this story Disc brakes: UCI calls on CPA to 'respect the democratic process' Kittel disc brake success sparks debate in the Dubai Tour peloton Dubai Tour: Kittel savours his first win on disc brakes Marcel Kittel's custom Specialized S-Works Venge ViAS disc " Gallery Several riders, including Ewan, seemed to hit the roadside barriers on the left as the road narrowed. Kittel went down too and seemed to cut his right knee. Ewan was one of the most effected by the fall, but the young Australian did finally remount and make it to the finish line. All of the riders who crashed under the flamme rouge should be given the same time as the winner, Mark Cavendish (Dimension Data). It wasn't just that last corner that caught out some riders as pinch-points along the course meant trouble for some. Both of Trek-Segafredo's general classification leaders, Bauke Mollema and Alberto Contador, went down during the stage. Contador was forced to finish the stage on a teammate's bike and that most of the team was sent back to help him. " Marcel Kittel (@marcelkittel) February 23, 2017 " Sophie Smith (@SophieSmith86) February 23, 2017 You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...
Injured Canadian cyclist surprises doctors by talking
February 16, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
Canadian cyclist Bernard Gendron surprised doctors in Dunedin yesterday by talking.Gendron, 59 was cycling with his partner, Huyen Tran Thi Thanh, on Otago Peninsula on Saturday when he was hit by a campervan and suffered a severe... More...
Joy for family of Canadian cyclist injured in campervan crash
February 15, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
The tears flowed when Canadian cyclist Bernard Gendron responded to his children's commands in Dunedin Hospital on Tuesday.The joy was short-lived but his children know their father will not give in without a fight.Gendron, 59,... More...
Amstel Gold Race drops Cauberg hill from final lap
February 15, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) " The tough final climb up the Cauberg hill has been cut from this year's Amstel Gold Race cycling classic, with organizers saying the move should create a more open race.Climbing specialists often wait... More...
Russia recruiting Australian cyclist for Olympic team
February 15, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
MOSCOW (AP) " Russia is hoping to recruit former world champion track cyclist Shane Perkins of Australia in a push for medals at the 2020 Olympics.Perkins said Wednesday in a Facebook statement that he "will now be riding for Russia,"... More...
Yachting: Olympic cyclist trialling for Team NZ
February 15, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
Former track cyclist Simon van Velthooven is trialling for a spot on Team New Zealand's America's Cup boat.A Cycling New Zealand spokesman confirmed the London 2012 bronze medallist has asked for time away from the sport.It follows... More...
Campervan driver faces charges for careless driving after Canadian cyclist injured
February 14, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
A Chinese campervan driver will appear in court next week accused of causing a severe brain injury to a Canadian tourist.Visitor Wei Zhang, 34, has been charged with careless driving causing injury to 59-year-old Bernard Gendron... More...
Fishing line tied across Queenstown mountain biking track
February 14, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
Police are investigating the ''moronic'' actions of a person who tied fishing line at head height across a Queenstown track.Queenstown Mountain Bike Club member Allan Birkett was cycling to work yesterday morning when he spotted... More...
Lance Armstrong loses bid to halt $100 million lawsuit
February 14, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) " A federal judge on Monday refused to block the government's $100 million lawsuit against Lance Armstrong, putting the former cyclist on course for trial in a 2010 case stemming from his performance-enhancing drug... More...
Cyclists warned to lock bikes out of sight as thieves prowl Tauranga carports and garages
February 14, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
Bikes are vanishing from garages, carports and doorways amid a wave of thefts that some cyclists are attributing to an organised gang working the streets of Tauranga.Police are urging owners to photograph their bikes, record their... More...
Over the hill: Finishers- Pioneer day 7
February 11, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
I'm sitting here looking at the Remarkables and it's a great sight.It means that Greg Bowker and I have finished the Pioneer.Finished: it's not normally a word that means much in the sporting realm, something I have been involved... More...
Over the hill: Coming home - Pioneer day 6
February 10, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
There's a different feeling around camp tonight.It's one of excitement and anticipation about tomorrow's final stage of the Pioneer but it's also because of a realisation that riding partner Herald photographer Greg Bowker and I... More...
He Tangata: A chat with The Gentle Cycling Company's Rose Griffin
February 10, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
I grew up at Hobbiton, although it wasn't Hobbiton then, it was just Matamata. My parents were dairy farming people - we came from a long line of preachers, teachers and farmers - and Dad was always quite religious about taking us... More...
Over the hill: Putting the will into willpower - Pioneer day 5
February 10, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
There are some phenomenal riders taking part in the Pioneer.Among the most notable in the gaggle of professional riders is the 13-time Spanish mountain bike champion. The elite riders rarely stop at aid stations and there have been... More...
Over the hill: Being tourists - Pioneer day 4
February 10, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
There are plenty of times when us Kiwis take New Zealand for granted.We hear about how beautiful our county is but don't really appreciate it. It's what we have always known: mountains, lakes, rivers, tussock lands. Yep. Got them... More...
Roger Walkowiak, 1956 Tour de France champ, dies at 89
February 07, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
PARIS (AP) " Roger Walkowiak, who won the 1956 Tour de France against all odds after making the most of a long breakaway, has died at the age of 89.Walkowiak's wife told The Associated Press her husband died early Tuesday in a hospital... More...
Over the hill: Re-birth - Pioneer day 3
February 07, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
Written on the top of Andrew Gilboy's bike are the words, re-born on the Fourth of July.That was the day, in 2013, when Gilboy had healthy stem cells put back in his body as he attempted to overcome double hit lymphona.The Englishman... More...
Over the hill: No 8 wire, slashed tyres and Sir Edmund Hillary - day 2 of the Pioneer
February 06, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
Good, old Sir Edmund Hillary. He was on hand just when we needed him the most.Sir Ed probably would have approved, given his ability to overcome a tricky situation.It was the day of the No 8 wire, slashed tyre and Sir Edmund Hillary... More...
Australia's Damien Howson wins Herald Sun Tour
February 05, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) " Australia's Damien Howson held on to his overall lead to win the Herald Sun cycle tour on Sunday, repelling the challenge of three-time Tour de France winner Chris Froome.Britain's Ian Stannard won Sunday's... More...
Over the hill: Avoiding the body bag - Pioneer day 1
February 05, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
One of the trails on the first day of the Pioneer mountain bike race is called the Body Bag.It was our intention to ensure we got through the opening stage of the seven-day race from Christchurch to Queenstown without being in one,... More...
American McCabe wins crash-marred stage of Herald Sun Tour
February 04, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) " American Travis McCabe won a crash-marred third stage of the Herald Sun Tour on Saturday, out-sprinting a reduced field over the final kilometers.McCabe was one of only a handful of riders to emerge from... More...
Michael Brown: The mental battle of attacking a 549km race
February 04, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
Frank Sinatra reckoned he had a few regrets. Funnily enough I've started playing his ditty My Way in my head and replaced the word regret with doubts because, jeepers, I've had a few lately over this Pioneer mountain bike race that... More...
Australian maintains lead after Stage 2 of Herald Sun Tour
February 04, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) " Australian Damien Howson kept the Herald Sun Tour lead on Friday after overcoming a tire puncture late in the 165.6-kilometer second stage of the four-stage race.The tire blowout with 20 kilometers to... More...
Clean, green focus for 2017 Coast to Coast
February 04, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
Organisers of the Kathmandu Coast to Coast race have teamed up with a global environment group to ensure the iconic event leaves no trace upon the spectacular South Island countryside it traverses.The annual multisport event, held... More...
Cycling: Rider disqualified for punching race leader
February 02, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
There was controversy on stage three of the Dubai Tour after race leader Marcel Kittel was punched by Astana's Andriy Grivko during the race. The Ukrainian Grivko was disqualified and fined 200 Swiss francs by organisers after... More...
Australian 1st after Day 1 of Herald Sun Tour, Froome 6th
February 02, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) " Australian cyclist Damien Howson took the overall lead in the Herald Sun Tour after winning the grueling opening Falls Creek stage on Thursday, leaving three-time Tour de France winner Chris Froome in sixth... More...
Watch: Cyclist's terrifying tumble over bridge
February 02, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
Luck, and a quick reaction saved the life of a cyclist who found himself hanging off the side of a bridge at the end of a bicycle race in the United States.Mike Allec, 51, was sprinting for the line in the Santa Barbara Road Race... More...
Road rage driver's lawyer pleads for leniency as she has 'already been punished' on Twitter
February 02, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
A driver filmed screaming at British television presenter Jeremy Vine as he rode his bike has been warned she could face jail, despite her lawyer claiming that she has already been "punished"on social media.Shanique Syrena Pearson... More...
Grant Bradley: Which way would you go?
January 31, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
New Zealand's cycle trail network is on track for being one of our great tourist and lifestyle assets - much like Europe's historic canals.And the Motu Trails on the East Cape are a true gem - remote, uncrowded and through some... More...
German sprinter Arndt wins Cadel Evans Great Ocean race
January 31, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
GEELONG, Australia (AP) " German sprinter Nikias Arndt timed his finish perfectly to deny Australian Cameron Meyer a win at the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road race on Sunday.Meyer launched an attack with 600 meters left in the 174-kilometer... More...
Long weekend traffic clears near Puhoi
January 28, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
Traffic near the Puhoi tunnel on State Highway 1 is back to normal after north-bound motorists faced delays this morning.New Zealand Transport Agency said the queues disappeared just before midday.Motorist Samantha Lochery was... More...
Opportunites abound for adventure racers
January 28, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
Coast to Coast, ironman, ultra marathons, GODZone, multi-day adventure races, Pioneer ... it's like shopping at Christmas time - you're spoilt for choice and struggle to select the right one.Where once there was only a handful,... More...
Cycling in virtual reality world
January 28, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
Former Olympic cyclist Graeme Miller has immersed himself in the virtual reality world to train and prepare for the World Masters Games in April.Instead of pedalling for hours and hundreds of kilometres a week on the road, Miller... More...
Dutch Olympian Van Vleuten wins Australian road race
January 28, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
GEELONG, Australia (AP) " Dutch Olympian Annamiek van Vleuten sprinted clear of four other lead riders to win the women's event in the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race on Saturday.The Orica-Scott rider was leading the Rio de Janeiro... More...
Inventor breaks silence on how mechanical doping has infiltrated cycling
January 28, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
A Hungarian designer of a secret bicycle motor says he thinks pro cyclists have used them to cheat since 1998 and US cycling legend Greg LeMond says he can't trust Tour de France results.Both were interviewed by the CBS television... More...
Cycling: Young squad heading for World Cup
January 28, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
Cycling New Zealand has named a group of young prospects in its team to contest the third UCI Track World Cup in Colombia next month.A 12-strong team will compete, mostly comprising riders who have medalled at recent junior world... More...
Nicole Cooke slams British Cycling, Team Sky and UKAD in Culture, Media and Sport Committee evidence
January 28, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from Mirror.co.uk ]
She also summarised the sport's war on doping as "the wrong people fighting the wrong war, in the wrong way, with the wrong tools" More...
Cyclo-cross Worlds: Pidcock leads British clean sweep in junior men race
January 28, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
The first day of the 2017 UCI Cyclo-cross World Championships in Bieles, Luxembourg kicked off with a clean sweep for the British team. The 17-year-old top favourite Thomas Pidcock lived up to the high expectations placed upon him and completed a long solo on the icy course. I just made sure I didnt crash, really. I just stayed upright and I let my legs do the work, Pidcock said in the post-race flash interview. The best teams in the world are keen to attract Pidcock, including some WorldTour teams and the best cyclo-cross squads, such as Sven Nys Telenet Fidea Lions. With his splendid ride in Bieles, his price will not have dropped. Pidcock is often referred to as the new Sagan. As far as these comparisons go, Sagan fell just short of the world title at the 2008 UCI Cyclo-cross World championships on a fast course in Treviso, Italy.ADVERTISEMENT Pidcock joined race leader Maxime Bonsergent (France) at the end of a tumultuous opening lap. The French rider was unable to keep up and Pidcock was alone for more than three laps. Halfway through, during the third of five laps, he briefly halted to fix his brakes but still enjoyed an advantage of more than 20 seconds. During the penultimate lap, Pidcock was flying. He clocked the fastest lap time of the day while including a Mathieu van der Poel-style sidekick jump at a fly-over. He dealt perfectly with the icy conditions, showing off brilliant technical skills. Multiple riders struggled on their bike on a difficult off-camber descent with a 180 degrees corner. Pidcock couldnt be bothered and ran the whole section, throwing his bike sideways in the corners. At the finish, he was high-fiving with the crowd before coming to a stop and lifting his bike over the finish line. From there, Pidcock sat just beyond the finish to see if his compatriots would be able to join him on the podium. When that worked out, Pidcock burst into tears, joining runner-up Daniel Tulett and third-placed Ben Turner. Its history, its amazing, all three of us on the podium, Pidcock said, bursting into tears. You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...
Van der Poel says riders should publish anti-doping data for transparency
January 28, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
Former cyclo-cross world champion, and pre-race favourite for this weekends Worlds, Mathieu van der Poel has said that anti-doping controls should be made public by riders. The comments come after Kevin Pauwels posted his doping control form on Twitter earlier this week, swiftly followed by Van der Poel himself. Following their decision, calls came for reigning world champion Wout van Aert to publish his anti-doping controls, but the Belgian said in a press conference ahead of the World Champions that he would not be doing the same as his two competitors. Van der Poel respected the choice of Van Aert but said that publishing the documents would help with the sports transparency, although there is nothing to say that a rider must do it. So it was for myself; it was not meant to provoke Wout van Aert, Van der Poel said at his pre-Worlds press conference, according to Het Nieuwsblad. He is also perfectly entitled not to do so. Just because you do not make something public, it does not mean that you have something to hide. It is his privacy. But perhaps it is good that we do all this publicly in the future. For me, each test should be put online. There needs to be more transparency, and it could be a pivotal moment in the sport.ADVERTISEMENT Riders are required to declare the use of any medication or supplements on the forms supplied when visited by doping control officers. Van der Poels anti-doping control form showed that he had been using multivitamins and beetroot juice. Any TUEs must also be declared by the rider. On that subject, Van der Poel was very direct, saying that they are open to misuse and the rules around them should be stricter. "I'm not saying that nothing should be allowed, but it is unfortunately misused in many ways, said Van der Poel. If you're struggling with something, then the best thing to do is to rest. TUEs can naturally be used, but it is not the healthy way. It also seems a good idea to then stay a month on the sidelines instead of the current line of ten days. If it's the only way to ride a World Cup ...? Maybe you are doing nothing wrong, but I would not personally do it secretly but at a press conference with a doctor immediately. But again, its not healthy. " Mathieu Van der Poel (@mathieuvdpoel) January 23, 2017 You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...
Vuillermoz out for at least a month after being injured in auto crash - News Shorts
January 28, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
Vuillermoz out for at least a month after being injured in auto crash AG2R La Mondiale's Alexis Vuillermoz will be out of competition for at least a month while revering from injuries he suffered in an automobile crash on January 21. Vuillermoz suffered a "benign fracture of the first lumbar vertebra," according to Dr. Eric Bouvat, head doctor for the team.ADVERTISEMENT "Having this happen at the beginning of the season, it is important to remain optimistic," Vuillermoz said. "I was looking forward to racing again at Valenciana. But it is now more important to take good care of my back injury so that I don't risk ruining the rest of my season." Mikal Chrel will replace Vuillermoz on the team's roster for the upcoming Volta a Valencia. You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...
USA Cycling announces rosters for upcoming track World Cups
January 28, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
USA Cycling on Fridayannounced the rosters for the upcoming UCI Track World Cup events in Cali, Colombia, February 17-19, and in Los Angeles February 25-26. Just three riders will represent the US in Colombia, with Sarah Hammer slated to compete in the omnium, points race and scratch race, while Ian Holt will compete in the men's points race and Zac Kovalcik will take on the men's omnium. Kovalcik will also represent the US in the scratch race in Los Angeles, with Dominic Souza competing in the keirin. The women's squad will jump from one in Colombia to to eight in Los Angeles, with four riders set to take on a team pursuit that could be a rematch of the Olympic showdown with gold medalists Great Britain. Kelly Catlin, Chloe Dygert, Jenn Valente and Ruth Winder will all compete for gold in the team pursuit, with Dygert taking on double duty in the individual pursuit as well.ADVERTISEMENT Missy Erickson will join the team in Los Angeles to compete in the scratch race. Dana Feiss will compete in the Kierin, with Kim Giest and Kim Zurbis slated for the Madison. Were excited about the American team that were sending to Colombia and the team that will represent us in Los Angeles, said USA Cyclings Vice President of Athletics Jim Miller. Its great to have a World Cup back on American soil at AEGs StubHub Center. We are looking forward to having a big crowd to support our athletes." Tickets for the Los Angeles event can be purchased athttp://trackworldcupla.com You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...
Mollema buoyed by Vuelta a San Juan performance
January 28, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
Bauke Mollema's stage 3 time trial performance may not have left him atop the general classification, but he knew he was in pole position at the Vuelta a San Juan, and he duly delivered on the Alto de Colorado to take the blue leader's jersey. The Dutchman had just three seconds to make up on Ramunas Navardauskas on the final climb on Friday's stage 4 - a category 1 ascent that was not overly steep at an average of 4.4 per cent, but was 15km long and rose to an altitude of 2500 metres. Despite a spirited display from the Lithuanian, who dug deep, Mollema managed it comfortably with a fifth place finish on the day, 12 seconds behind stage winner Rui Costa. "Of course I'm really happy to take the jersey " that was the goal today," said Mollema in his post-race press conference. "After the time trial I was in a good position, and I knew it was possible to take the lead.ADVERTISEMENT "It was a hard stage, the start was really difficult, and there was a high pace all day. The hardest part was the altitude, going up to 2,500m " at this stage of the season that's really hard. It was tough towards the top, but luckily I did enough to take the jersey." Mollema now leads the general classification by 14 seconds from Oscar Sevilla, with Colombian Rodolfo Torres a further two seconds back. Two stages remain in the race, and they're both flat, meaning Mollema, barring accident or surprise, should be crowned the overall winner on Sunday. You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...
Cycling: How to look after your bike
January 26, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
I'm a bit cheap, although it was probably always going to be the case.Not only am I of Scottish stock, but I've also got a dollop of Presbyterianism in my heritage. Frugality is a skill I really should flag up on my CV.I have... More...
Richie Porte wins stage 5 of Tour Down Under
January 26, 2017 (20:00) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
ADELAIDE, Australia (AP) " Australia's Richie Porte emphatically won the fifth stage of the Tour Down Under cycle race Sunday to take an unassailable lead on general classification with one stage remaining.Porte won the 151.5 kilometer... More...

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