Lemond

22 Jul 19
Feedly integration test

Yates took the win in Foix for second stage victory in the space of four days Credit: VELO Apparently there is another heatwave headed for France this week, with temperatures set to rise well above 40C for the second time in the space of a month. As if this race could get any hotter. It’s […]

22 Jul 19
Feedly integration test

Yates took the win in Foix for second stage victory in the space of four days Credit: VELO Apparently there is another heatwave headed for France this week, with temperatures set to rise well above 40C for the second time in the space of a month. As if this race could get any hotter. It’s […]

21 Jul 19
The Weekly Racer

Hampton, VA – It’s not always about being the fastest car on the racetrack or even leading the most laps. It is, however, always about where you are on the final lap of the race that counts the most and boy did Connor Hall make it count – 10,000 times as a matter of fact. […]

21 Jul 19
ONLINE ARTICLES

[ad_1] Apparently there is another heatwave headed for France this week, with temperatures set to rise well above 40C for the second time in the space of a month. As if this race could get any hotter. It’s already on fire. Debate raged on Sunday night as to whether this fascinating, topsy turvy Tour de […]

21 Jul 19
Newsy Today

"On television, they just said that the runners throw their cans and people go down to pick them up. We would never do that! Colette burst out laughing. How many times has she pestered against these plastic gourds that pile up in one of the two rooms of her house. "From time to time I […]

21 Jul 19
The Australian

Julian Alaphilippe hedged his bets when asked about his chances of winning the Tour de France but together with Thibaut Pinot he is leading a French renaissance that could deliver a first home victory since 1985.

20 Jul 19
National Post

COL DU TOURMALET — Julian Alaphilippe hedged his bets when asked about his chances of winning the Tour de France, but together with Thibaut Pinot, he is leading a French renaissance that could deliver a first home title since 1985. Alaphilippe leads the race by more than two minutes after stage 14, while Pinot, an […]

20 Jul 19
Archy Worldys

Emmanuel Macron, strategically located behind the Tourmalet podium, he did not leave his astonishment with a smile from ear to ear. He clapped his back on Julian Alaphilippe, who even allowed himself to joke with the president of France. I repeated the gesture with Thibaut Pinot and launched a challenge, a message in the name […]

19 Jul 19
The Chestnut Post

A new lawsuit filed by Webb, Klase & Lemond, LLC alleges that Grand Canyon University induces prospective students to enter its professional degree and certificate courses by representing that the programs are fully accredited while, in reality, the programs are not recognized in most states. (PRWeb July 19, 2019) Read the full story at https://www.prweb.com/releases/nationwide_class_action_lawsuit_alleges_fraud_and_rico_against_grand_canyon_university_and_grand_canyon_education_inc_for_enrolling_students_in_unaccredited_programs/prweb16451489.htm

19 Jul 19
GREENGROUND IT

A bike is a bike, right? Wrong. Especially if you’re a professional bike team. With margins for the winner of a stage of the Tour de France often down to less than a hundredth of a second (a tire width), and with the overall winning divide being under two minutes on last year’s Tour de […]

19 Jul 19
Archy Worldys

This room a little bit in the pack, this morning of July 19, 1919, at the start of the 11e stage, 325 km, between Grenoble and Geneva. The riders gently mock the "Canary", referring to the yellow jersey that for the first time the leader of the ranking – for that time the "old Gaul" […]

19 Jul 19
Newsy Today

This room a little bit in the pack, this morning of July 19, 1919, at the start of the 11e stage, 325 km, between Grenoble and Geneva. The riders gently mock the "Canary", referring to the yellow jersey that for the first time the leader of the ranking – for that time the "old Gaul" […]

19 Jul 19
Sport Archives

And to say that Raymond Poulidor, the most popular champion of the Tour of the 1960s and 1970s, never worn it. Despite 14 participations, 8 podiums and 7 stage wins, he has always failed, sometimes for a few seconds, behind Anquetil, Merckx or Zoetemelk. "Poupou" is now catching up in his own way: before and […]