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Wiggins gets silver at Glasgow

Bradley Wiggins missed out on getting a gold medal of this year's Commonwealth Games in Glasgow by would could be seen as a disappointing margin of five seconds.  Australia beat England into second place silver, but being the optimistic fellows that we are we'd say that silver on the track at a major games is a pretty damned good achievement for a rider who has been concentrating on the very different disci ...

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Commonwealth Games 2014 FULL Cycling schedule

The 2014 Commonwealth Games are finally here!  We acknowledge that there are lots of sports on offer, but we know that the only sport you really care about is the Cycling, so here's the full schedule for cycling events at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.  Don't say we don't love ya! We couldn't possibly recommend which channel  you choose to watch this world-class cycling, mostly because we don't kno ...

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The Rwandan cyclists bringing something special to Glasgow

Ruhengeri is gorilla country, 100 kilometres away from Rwanda’s capital, Kigali, where tourists flock each year to see the mountain apes in their natural habitat. It is a cycling country, home to an unlikely sporting fairy tale, which will weave its way to the Commonwealth Games in two weeks. Team Rwanda gets much support from the audience and are treated as heroes, though they will likely leave Glasgow wit ...

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Cav to miss the Commonwealth games – nation gutted

Mark Cavendish riding out of the Isle of Man, is set to miss 6 weeks of competition due to injuries sustained from a crash in stage one of the Tour. The injuries, while non-life threatening, are serious enough to put him out of commission for longer than he would like. "It's worse than I was hoping," opined the injured Manxman. Following an x-ray, it is apparent that Cavendish has injured every ligament sur ...

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Sir Chris Hoy Calls Out Commonwealth Couple

When Laura Trott was named to represent Team England, she showed the exuberance of a child waking up on the morning of Christmas. She remarked at her being included to Team England. “I’m delighted to be representing England at the Commonwealth Games in August. Nothing beats putting on national kit and competing for your home nation. I’ll try my best to do everyone proud.” But, that exuberance changed to a k ...

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Delaying the Inevitable – Wiggins

We are a step closer to what we all expected. Sir Bradley Wiggins being officially omitted from Team Sky’s roster for the Tour de France. Fingers have been pointed and rumours have been spread, but a definitive answer could be much sooner because of this announcement. “Team England names Sky rider Sir Bradley Wiggins to represent them in Commonwealth Games.” This is all but the final shove out the door to m ...

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