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John Trevorrow wrap of Tour de France Stage 3
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The famous world’s most famous bike race the
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La Minute du Freelance : Le tour de France des Freelances
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Tour De France: British Sprinter Mark Cavendish On His Quest For The Green Jersey And His Controversial Start To 2010
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Alastair Campbell and his love cycling
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Watching Le Tour De France in Harrogate
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Tape du Tour
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Broadcast travel bulletins whilst completing 12.5km on the BBC exercise bike for...
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Thanks for putting forward my question Paul. Cost of data a barrier to mobile development is hopefully a challenge InHand Guides can over-come. Interesting to know that if an app needs more than 20MB it needs wifi. Hopefully cloud technologies will provide a solution!
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Thoughts on @lancearmstrong - A financial witch hunt?
@DaylightGambler and @iomadh Thanks for your thoughts guys. I think my main point is that most in the sport were complicit in either 'turning a blind eye' to, or actively encouraging doping, from the UCI to medical professionals to media and team bosses. For these same bodies to know make a scapegoat of Lance is totally immoral and hypocritical.
Hi Chris, I have to say I disagree with you on a number of counts. I think Lance Armstrong is getting everything he deserves. For a start, look at what Graham Obree has to say about his "short" time as a professional road racer - He was asked to have "medical backup" when he joined the team and refused. Suddenly he was dropped. Refusing to dope cost him his professional career. How can you justify Lance Armstrong keeping his money when "clean" riders were denied even a place in the sport? Armstrong has not shown an once of remorse and was the the biggest bully of the lot - look up the incident with Filippo Simeoni for one example - I agree with you about the sponsors money, but I expect there will be long court battle to get his bonus money back. However, the main problem is that the UCI who let it happen remain in charge. And the media are mainly complicit it in letting it happen too
Whilst I agree that it is tough luck for a sponsor if it turns out the person you were sponsoring was a cheat, all monies received for 'winning' when you didn't win fairly should be repaid - whether that is prize money or success bonuses. It is irrelevent that others were cheating or that dopping was widespread - the message should be clear. He has been found out and should pay the full consequences.
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