Geraint Thomas to avoid crowds during crucial mountain stage of Tour de France

Geraint Thomas still has the yellow jersey despite a spectator grabbing him on stage 17 Geraint Thomas will avoid riding close to the crowds lining the route on Friday’s key Tour de France mountain stage after a spectator intentionally grabbed him and virtually caused him to crash on stage 17. The Welshman, who retained his […]

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Build ways: ride the world’s newest cycling routes

New routes for recreational cycling are springing up in the UK and across the globe, offering everything from scenic countryside tours to relax city rides England The eight mile, family-friendly Brean Down Way in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset, opened in July 2017 after 18 months of volunteer work and fundraising. It follows a newly-opened sluice-top road, intersects […]

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Commonwealth Games 2018: A guidebook to the ‘Friendly Games’

( CNN) The Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast is the biggest sport event in Australia this decade. Not since Melbourne hosted the Commonwealths in 2006 has such a rich various forms of sporting talents descended Down Under. From April 4-15, thousands of elite sportsmen and women from 71 nations and provinces will compete across […]

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