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7 hrs ago | Daily Peloton
Garmin Sharp's Dylan Van Baarle clinched overall victory at the Friends Life Tour of Britain, as Marcel Kittel book ended the race with a stage victory in central London. The Giant Shimano rider outsprinted Mark Cavendish on Whitehall in the sprint battle that British spectators had been waiting all week to see, with Kittel just edging Cavendish, ahead of Italian Nicola Ruffoni.
12 hrs ago | Reuters
The dollar slipped on Tuesday as investors booked profit on the currency's recent rally ahead of a Federal Reserve meeting that could potentially turn more upbeat on the U.S. economy and flag an interest-rate increase sooner rather than later. The dollar index, a measure of the greenback's value against six major currencies, was on track for its 10th weekly gain.
16 hrs ago | Henley Standard
SCORES of people lined the streets of Nettlebed when the sixth stage of the Tour of Britain passed through the village on Friday. More than 100 cyclists entered from the west, then turned north up the B481 towards Watlington.
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Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies Giovanni Pinarello, widely known as Nani, and as the grandfather of Italian cycle racing, founded the globally successful Pinarello company which built the bikes that carried Bradley Wiggins and Chris Froome to Tour de France victories for Team Sky.
Hemel Hempstead was placed firmly on the map on Friday, as the town hosted Dacorum's biggest ever sporting event. Hundreds of people lined the streets to watch as history unfolded in the area, with the 10th modern Tour of Britain pedalling through Berkhamsted and Potten End on its way to a sixth stage finish alongside Gadebridge Park.
Shares of 21Vianet Group traded up 12.43% during mid-day trading on Monday, hitting $22.34. The stock had a trading volume of 4,397,427 shares.
Shares of Darden Restaurants opened at 47.58 on Monday. Darden Restaurants has a 52 week low of $43.56 and a 52 week high of $54.89.
DEVON'S cycling fans will be disappointed by the news that the Tour of Britain will not be gracing the county next year. 2015's route is being plotted to the east, meaning Devon will be missed out, though moves are already afoot to create a day or night race to fill the gap.
British rider displays top form to win on the streets of London as unheralded Van Baarle holds on for Tour of Britain triumph For the second year in a row, Sir Bradley Wiggins used the Friends Life Tour of Britain to salvage a measure of redemption from a miserable season. Trailing by 47 seconds going into the final stage to Dylan van Baarle of Garmin-Sharp, the most surprising package of what has been a consistently fascinating race, Wiggins lowered his head both figuratively and metaphorically to churn to time-trial victory in central London on Sunday.
Dutch rider Dylan van Baarle will take a 19-second lead into the final stage of the Tour of Britain when the race concludes in London after the yellow jersey changed hands yet again on Saturday. Dutch cyclist Dylan van Baarle rides during the Olympia Tour cycling race in Voerendaal, Netherlands, on May 17, 2013 - by Vincent Jannink Omega Pharma-Quick Step's Julien Vermote won the seventh and penultimate stage in Brighton, on England's south coast but the key action, as far as the overall classification was concerned, happened behind him as the peloton split in two with Alex Dowsett, who took the race lead on Friday, left behind.
Alberto Contador's second Vuelta stage win atop Ancares was one final confirmation that he was the man in charge at the Spanish grand tour. Photo: AFP PHOTO Alberto Contador erased any doubt about who was the strongest, and the worthiest, rider to win this wild and exciting edition of the Vuelta a Espana.
The Mead Primary School pupil Emily with her Go Britain Go flag and school mates Isabelle and Katie with Union flags made to welcome the Tour of Britain. Picture by Trevor Porter Hundreds of schoolchildren across Wiltshire will line the streets to welcome the Tour of Britain cyclists through the county tomorrow, with pupils going bike crazy ahead of the arrival of the race.
Spectators will line the streets of Horsham tomorrow as the Tour of Britain races through Albion Way on sprint one of its penultimate stage. Riders such as Sir Bradley Wiggins, Mark Cavendish, Marcel Kittel and Lars Boom will begin stage seven at Camberley in Surrey and will be travelling through Horsham at approximately 11.50am on their way through Sussex to Brighton.
Updated: Tue Sep 16, 2014 03:17 pm
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