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  1. Cycling - Austrian Braendle sets new hour recordRead the original story w/Photo

    34 min ago | Yahoo!

    Austria's Matthias Braendle set a new one hour record of 51.85 kilometres on Thursday, the International Cycling Union said on Twitter. The 24-year-old, riding at the World Cycling Centre in the Swiss town of Aigle, beat Jens Voigt's mark of 51.11 km which was set on Sept.

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  2. Brandle beats Voigt's hour recordRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | USA Today

    Austrian rider Matthias Brandle broke cycling's historic hour record on Thursday after covering a distance of 51.852 kilometers at the UCI Velodrome. The 24-year-old Brandle, the Austrian time trial champion, eclipsed Jens Voigt's mark of 51.1 kilometers, improving his record by 742 meters.

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  3. Pro Bike Gallery: Matthias Brandle's hour record Scott PlasmaRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Velonews

    Matthias BrA ndle will attempt to best Jens Voigt's hour record mark of 51.10 kilometers on Thursday afternoon aboard this modified Scott Plasma 5 time trial bike. Brandle will ride with a 55/13 gear with a target cadence of 98rpm.

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  4. Brandle breaks hour recordRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Sky Sports

    The 24-year-old beat the previous best, posted by Jens Voigt six weeks ago, by 737m at the World Cycling Centre in Aigle, Switzerland. Brandle quickly settled into a rhythm of just over 52kmh and although he fatigued and fell off that pace in the last 15 minutes, he had covered enough ground in the first 45 minutes to ensure he comfortably eclipsed Voigt's mark.

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  5. 'Now or never' as Brandle tackles Voigt's Hour RecordRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Cycling News

    When the UCI announced its reform of the regulations governing the World Hour Record earlier this year, it was with the expectation, perhaps, that the likes of Bradley Wiggins, Fabian Cancellara and Tony Martin would quickly vie to establish a new mark. The big hitters of world time trialling will doubtless enter the fray in due course Wiggins has pencilled in an attempt for next summer but for now, there is a window for opportunists to inscribe their names in the record books.

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  6. Tinkoff-Saxo head to Africa to climb Mount KilimanjaroRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Cycling News

    Eighty riders and staff from the Tinkoff-Saxo team will travel to Tanzania in central Africa on Friday for their five-day team building camp and hike to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro. The team hopes that 90 per cent of the riders and staff will reach the 5,895 metre-high summit, to spark the tripling of charity donations from its sponsors and technical partners.

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  7. Big Data is Transforming SportsRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | LiveScience

    This article was originally published on The Conversation . The publication contributed this article to Live Science's Expert Voices: Op-Ed & Insights .

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  8. 'Captain Kirk' to lead team in Gong bike rideRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 27 | Illawarra Mercury

    ... heart, but he's picked up a number of teammates along the way. This year, "Captain Kirk" will lead the 45-member Team CSC on the 90-kilometre ride from Sydney Park, St Peters, to Thomas Dalton Park at Fairy Meadow. The team will include Mr Barrett's ...

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  9. Kirk Barrett in 19th Sydney to the Gong ride for MSRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 27 | Illawarra Mercury

    ... heart, but he's picked up a number of teammates along the way. This year, "Captain Kirk" will lead the 45-member Team CSC on the 90-kilometre ride from Sydney Park, St Peters, to Thomas Dalton Park at Fairy Meadow. The team will include Mr Barrett's ...

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  10. Matthias Brandle's Hour Record Scott Plasma 5Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 23 | Cycling News

    IAM Cycling' s Matthias Brndle is to take on the Hour Record next Thursday, 30 October, aboard a custom Scott Plasma 5. The dust has barely settled on Jens Voigt's successful hour attempt, but 24-year-old Brndle is keen to have a crack at the 51.115km record and will do so at the World Cycling Centre in Aigle, the UCI's headquarters. Brndle has been focusing on this goal since the Tour of Lombardy last month.

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  11. Matthias Brandle Next Up for Hour RecordRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 23 | Podium Cafe

    Just when you think the season is finally, finally over... well. it isn't. At least if you're into track.

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  12. Karsten Kroon retires after 18 years of professional racingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 23 | Velonews

    ... career spanning three decades. Karsten Kroon (Tinkoff-Saxo) turned pro in 1997 with Rabobank. He rode for Team CSC from 2006-2009, then BMC for two season, and wrapped up his career with Tinkoff-Saxo from 2012 to present. Kroon rode his last race in ...

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  13. Brandle will attempt to beat Voigt's hour recordRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 23 | The New Zealand Herald

    Austrian rider Matthias Brandle will attempt to break cycling's historic hour record next week and eclipse Jens Voigt's mark of 51.1 kilometers. Ending his career with a record attempt one day after his 43rd birthday, Voigt achieved the feat on Sept.

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  14. Sastre: L'Alpe d'Huez will be a fitting showdownRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 22 | Cycling News

    Spain's last winner on the Alpe d'Huez, Carlos Sastre , says he feels that the Tour's last mountainous stage ending on the mythical summit finish "will guarantee a spectacular finale to the race, even though it may not be decisive." Sastre forged his winning move in the 2008 Tour de France when he took off on the lower slopes of the emblematic climb, won the stage, then held off Cadel Evans in the final time trial.

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  15. Cycling Transfers: Top 5 Moves for the 2015 SeasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 22 | BleacherReport

    With the racing finished for another year, teams are now in the process of finalising their 2015 squads and Peter Sagan's move to Tinkoff-Saxo is the biggest transfer of the year by far. While most transfers are agreed upon in July and August, the winter months still pack plenty of punch when it comes to rider moves.

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  16. Photo Special: Good-Bye Andy SchleckRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 22 | PezCycling News

    Photo Special: Earlier this month Andy Schleck said that he would race no more. The younger half of the most successful brother combination in modern cycling would not turn a pedal in anger again due to the knee injury he sustained in the Tour de France.

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  17. Julich part of behind-the-wheel changes at Tinkoff-SaxoRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 21 | Velonews

    After retiring from racing, Bobby Julich worked with Saxo Bank as a technical director. In 2015, he'll return to the squad, now Tinkoff-Saxo, as a sport director.

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  18. Million-Dollar Cycling Challenge Hits S.B.Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 18 | Santa Barbara Independent

    After providing an encampment for fund-raising cyclists this week, Santa Barbara will have a section of Cabrillo Boulevard set aside for fun-raising this Saturday. During their seven-day, 620-mile ride down the California coastline, participants in the ninth annual Mazda Foundation Million-Dollar Challenge spent Tuesday night at the Fess Parker Doubletree Resort before heading off to Santa Monica early in the morning.

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  19. News shorts: Mauduit speaks about his Tinkoff-Saxo departureRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Cycling News

    Rasmussen to attempt Hour Record, Moolman nominated for award, Italian magistrate to investigate Pantani's failed haematocrit test from 1999 Philippe Mauduit has told French newspaper La Nouvelle Republique that his departure from Tinkoff-Saxo came about because his approach did not chime with that of team owner Oleg Tinkov. Mauduit and Fabrizio Guidi will leave their positions as directeurs sportifs at the end of this year, to be replaced by Sean Yates and Bobby Julich.

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  20. Tinkov accepts Grand Tour challenge is unlikely in 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Cycling News

    After two weeks of toting his Grand Tour challenge and taunting his fellow team owners, Oleg Tinkov admits that it is unlikely to happen in 2015. The Tinkoff-Saxo team owner says that an attempt at the illusive Giro-Tour double may be a more realistic goal in the short-term.

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