Being avid cyclists, few things get our heart racing like pushing our bodies to its limit on the bike. However, can too much exercise damage our heart and risk our health? “The Haywire Heart” explores the potential link between too much exercise and potential heart damage.
The Giro 100 offered three weeks of great cycling and plenty of excitement, from Sardinia to Sicily and then criss-crossing the peninsula all the way to Milan. It was a long pink adventure in which Sidi champions figured as major players. Now the Giro is over and it is time to crunch the numbers.
The double header in France has turned out to be a dream weekend for Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio. After winning La Classique Morbihan yesterday, the South African followed it up by sprinting to victory in Grand Prix of Plumelec-Morbihan today.
Edvald Boasson Hagen made it a hatrick of stage victories and won the final stage of the Tour des Fjords and with it, the overall general classification as well. Timo Roosen (LottoNL-Jumbo) was 2nd on the final stage and Jereon Meijers (Roompot) placed 3rd.
The fine run of form of Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio continued today after the South African won La Classique Morbihan in France. The victory comes on the heels of winning the final stage and overall in Emakumeen XXX. Bira last Sunday.
Mike McCarthy was a world champion, two-time Olympian and multiple national champ. But he was never into self-promotion: “I look back, see all these magazine covers with Americans on them and I think, where was I?” McCarthy was exactly where he wanted to be—enjoying the sport.
May 29, 2017 - There can only be one Top Story in EUROTRASH Monday - Tom Dumoulin's Giro d'Italia winning ride. We catch-up with all the action from Italy with reports and video of the last stages. Not all Giro: The Baloise Belgium Tour. Greg Van Avermaet makes his return to racing and bottles are thrown. Cappuccino anyone?
Giro Stage Report: Tom Dumoulin delivered a vintage performance in the Giro d'Italia's final episode, a last gasp time trial between Monza and Milan, to grab hold of the fabled Maglia Rosa and become the first Dutchman to win the Tour of Italy.
The sad news came through from Belgium on Sunday morning that Graham Webb, British World road champion in 1967, had passed away. Ed Hood interviewed Graham back in 2009. Our condolences go to his family and the many friends and fans he had in the cycling community. A great champion and a wonderful guy.
Retro Rider Interview: The men's 2017 Giro d'Italia finishes on Sunday with a time trial in Milan, and so we thought it would be a good idea to catch up with a Giro winner for some retro reading. Mara Abbott won the Giro Rosa twice and has a handful of top ten finishes, here is her story.
Giro Stage Report: Stage 20 of the 2017 Giro d'Italia was the last chance for Tom Dumoulin to save his race hopes and for Nairo Quintana, Vincenzo Nibali and Thibaut Pinot to distance them selves from the TT specialist. It may have worked, but the race is still wide open for the win on Sunday.
The Honourable Carla Qualtrough, PC, MP for Delta, Minister of Sport and Persons with Disabilities, announced the awarding of a $50,000 hosting grant from Sport Canada to the Tour de Delta, which includes the UCI 1.2 White Spot | Delta Road Race, at a media conference.
Giro Rider Interview: The Giro d'Italia enters its final weekend in Milan after a battle royal for the overall prize and the 'King of the Mountains' competition. Luke Maguire managed a few words with one of the climbing protagonists, Dimension Data's Spanish rider, Omar Faile after his Giro stage 11 win.