Contador se exhibe en la montaña

October 14th, 2014 — 11:39pm

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Road World Championship of the UCI

September 21st, 2014 — 10:32pm

Confirmation has come from the British Cycling regarding the cyclists who are going to represent Great Britain at the UCI Road World Championship in Spain, Ponferrada from 21st to 28th September.

For the end of his career, David Millar is going to be the captain of the road team of men. The teams are strong consisting of 9. Winner of Tour de France, Chris Froome and Pete Kennaugh who is the current champion of Britain are also included in the championship. Sir Bradley Wiggins, the champion of time trial British will also participate in the event. Alex Dowsett, the gold medallist will also be taking part. Lizzie Armitstead is heading the team which comprises of six riders. Lucy Garner, world champion of junior team is also taking part.

Shane Sutton, the director of technicality stated that as far as the selection of final is concerned has given green signal to it. The team selection has been appealing. Contenders for podium are various. Every rider is supposedly in fit form and shape and it will be a cracker of a game. The elite races of men comprise of Chris Froome, David Millar, Steve Cummings, Pete Cannaugh, Simon Yates, Geraint Thomas, Luke Rowe, Adam Yates and Ben Swift.

In the time trial of elite men comprise of Sir Bradley Wiggins and Alex Dowsett. In the elite road race of women are the riders Annie Last, Alice Barnes, Hannah Barnes, Lucy Garner, Anna Christian and Lizzie Armitstead. As far as under 23 men race of the road is concerned- Scott Davies, Alex Peters, Owain Douall, Dan McLay are in it. There are races for Junior women road event and junior road race of men with team trial of under 23 men. The names that feature are quite popular among all. The director has given best of luck to all the teams.

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Fundación Alberto Contador Teams 2014

September 16th, 2014 — 5:31pm

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Chrissie Wellington: UCI Boss Has A Good Influence On Women’s Cycling

August 26th, 2014 — 2:56pm

Cycling is no longer considered to be a sport in which only men could participate. Today, women in large numbers are engaging in cycling. Women cyclists have turned out to be way better than men cyclists.

At the professional cycling level, UCI boss- Brian Cookson has had a very good influence on Women’s cycling according to Chrissie Wellington (Ironman Champion). Wellington has always supported women’s cycling and has campaigned in order to ensure that the coverage and reporting of women’s cycling is done efficiently.

In the month of July 2014, Chrissie Wellington was also closely associated with the La Course by Le Tour de France which was held in Paris. La Course was the very first edition of women’s professional cycling race. Therefore Wellington had to be there to support it.

Wellington is of the opinion that ever since Brian Cookson has become the UCI boss, he has not only had a very positive influence on cycling as a whole but on women’s cycling especially.

In Cookson’s manifesto, he mentioned that he would give priority to women’s cycling and after becoming the UCI boss he has been trying to keep up his promise.

Chrissie Wellington along with Marianne Vos, Emma Pooley and Kathryn Bertine started an initiative called the La Tour Entier to help boost women’s cycling and improve it further.

It was because of the La Tour Entier campaign that the La Course by Le Tour de France was started this year in July. La Course is the first step towards the realization of the aim for creating a Tour de France for women professional cyclists.

Wellington was very pleased and felt really emotional for the response that La Course was able to attract. The media coverage the event garnered was absolutely pleasing and impressive. The event was won by Marianne Vos (Rabo-Liv cycling team).

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Rafa Nadal en el fútbol con David Bisbal y Alberto Contador

August 19th, 2014 — 11:03am

Video Rating: five / five

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Sir Bradley Wiggins kept away from the 2014 Tour de France

July 22nd, 2014 — 12:28pm

Team Sky has confirmed about Sir Bradley wiggins excluded from the Tour de France of the year 2014 thereby defending champion Chris Froome again leading their squad.

Wiggins being the first winner of the Le Tour 2012 is now in England’s track and road race squads for the commonwealth games in Glasgow. According to sir Dave brailsford the boss of team sky there is a lot more racing left in Bradley wiggins. He continues saying that it was a very tough decision for him since Bradley had been a great champion.Froome and wiggins fell out during the 2012 Tour when froome appeared to have been disobeying orders by pulling away his team-mate during stage 11 before dropping back again.Earlier the month wiggins told the BBC that he might just miss that year’s race. Again after winning the British time-trial championship he expressed his disappointments on a personal level but as per the team point of view the team had put the strongest squad up as its stand.

Brailsford insisted that he picked the team that had the best chance of winning and praised Wiggins for being fundamental to the growth of cycling in the U.K. He continued saying that it is always about where one stands now and his job is to predict the best probability to win.It was only one race. There still was a future and lot more racing was left with Bradley Wiggins. Shane Sutton the head of team England’s Commonwealth cycling team stated his happiness for being able to welcome Sir Bradley back to the track team for the commonwealth games. Bradley’s addition would be a real boost to the rest of the tracking team. He also said that the decision about who would ride at what event would be made nearer the time and meanwhile froome was excited to be beginning the defence of his Tour de France title in England.

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Alberto Contador visita el Hospital de Arganda

July 22nd, 2014 — 5:14am

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