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UCI denies collusion claims by Hamilton

By | May 25, 2011

The sport’s world governing body, the UCI, yesterday hit back strongly at the accusation by Tyler Hamilton, a former team-mate of Lance Armstrong, that it colluded in covering up a positive test by Armstrong for the banned blood booster EPO. Hamilton told CBS’s 60 Minutes that “people took care of” a positive test for the […]

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Spanish Rider killed in Bizarre Accident

By | May 24, 2011

Spanish cyclist Xavier Tondo has been killed in a freak accident in which he was crushed between his car and a garage door at a ski resort in southern Spain, a police source said. Tondo, 32, was in his car about to leave the garage of an apartment building of the Sierra Nevada resort to […]

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Former Olympic champ admits doping, accuses Armstrong

By | May 23, 2011

Tyler Hamilton, who was allowed to keep his Athens Olympics gold medal despite failing a doping test, has confessed to cheating and accused other top cyclists, including Lance Armstrong, of doing the same. In an interview to be aired by “60 Minutes” on Sunday, Hamilton, after years of denials, finally admitted using performance-enhancing drugs, including […]

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Karachi Cycle Race

By | May 20, 2011

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Army win National Junior Cycling Championship

By | May 13, 2011

Pakistan Army, with 232 points, won the 4th National Junior Cycling Championship here on Thursday. Punjab were runners-up with 154 points and Railways grabbed third position with 86 points. Zahid Iqbal of Punjab retained the national champion title. On the final day, three events were competed. Team sprint, 50km road scratch race and elimination race. […]

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Awesome Bike Drifting

By | May 12, 2011

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National Junior Cycling Championship

By | May 12, 2011

Army Maintain Supremacy Showing all round technique and speed Army riders gave fresh boost to their quest for retaining the title of the National Junior cycling championship by scooping all the three golds at stake on the second day here on Wednesday. Army followed their opening day two gold winning performance with a higher level […]

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Belgian cyclist Wouter Weylandt killed in Giro d’Italia crash

By | May 11, 2011

Weylandt, 26, was left bloodied and unconscious and requiring a cardiac massage after the crash on the descent of the Bocco mountain pass, around 25km from the finish line of the tour’s third stage. Race officials said his left pedal got stuck in a wall at the side of the road, causing Weylandt to fall […]

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4th National Junior Cycling Championship begins on Tuesday

By | May 11, 2011

The fourth edition of the National Junior Cycling Championship began last day as on 10 May. It will continue for three days form 10 May 2011 to 12 May 2011. The track events are organised at cycling velodrome while the roads events will take place at Abdullah Interchange Ring Road. “In order to avoid scorching […]

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Army off to sterling start in National Jr men cycling

By | May 11, 2011

Lahore—Pakistan Army were off to a sterling start in National Junior men cycling championship by winning two finals here on Tuesday at cycling velodrome. Army attained the first honour of the day by clinching one kilometre time trials in which Shahid Hussain returned a timing of 1M.16S.36P for finish the vent with a visible lead. […]

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