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How to beat your sugar addiction

Arguably as addictive as cocaine and responsible for soaring levels of obesity, sugar it’s everywhere which means we’re in trouble. Even if you cut out sweets, the sheer pervasiveness of added sugar to processed foods – from bread to salad dressing – makes it hard to give it up without a fight. And all of […]...

Richie Porte: Tour Down Under it’s not a race that really suits me

Richie Porte took the victory in the final stage of the Tour Down Under atop the infamous Willunga Hill for a record sixth straight year, his first win for Trek-Segafredo.  “It’s a hard race for someone like me to win, one hilltop finish and that’s it. But we came here with my new team and […]...

2019 Vuelta a San Juan LIVE STREAM

Vuelta a San Juan 2019 – stage 1 (San Juan – Pocito 159.1km) LIVESTREAM: Sunday, 28 January, starts at 22:30am CET (Central Europe), 16:30 U.S. Eastern   .   Vuelta a San Juan 2019 – stage 1 profile: Favourites for the stage win: ***** Fernando Gaviria **** Peter Sagan, Alvaro Hodeg *** Mark Cavendish, Sam Bennett, Maximiliano […]...

Porte wins Willunga again in Tour Down Under as Impey seals overall victory

Daryl Impey (Mitchelton-Scott) hung on up the torturous final Willunga Hill to become the first cyclist to win back-to-back titles at Tour Down Under outside Adelaide on Sunday. Impey dug in to take this year’s general classification behind sixth-stage winner Richie Porte (Trek-Segafredo) up the physically-demanding three-kilometre climb to the finish line. The Mitchelton-Scott rider […]...

2019 Tour Down Under LIVE STREAM

Travelling from McLaren Vale to Willunga Hill, the Tour Down Under’s final stage amounts to 151.5 kilometres. The route takes in two circuits – the first one rolling, the second hilly with two ascents of Willunga Hill. The 3 kilometres climb at 7% also serves as the finale. Tour Down Under 2019 – stage 6 […]...

Andrea Tafi on his return to Paris-Roubaix: I train as hard as I did in my professional years

Andrea Tafi, the last Italian to win Paris-Roubaix, continues to train hard to make his dream of returning to the Hell of the North possible. Less than three months remain until Paris-Roubaix and Tafi’s plan appears at a dead-end without any professional team willing to sign him. “In the first week of February I want clarity,” Tafi […]...

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