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Bicycle Racing

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  • Let kids have fun

    Last Sunday, my three daughters participated in the Hagerstown Youth Triathlon. I will never forget the first words out of my oldest daughter's mouth when she crossed the finish line at her first triathlon three years ago: "When can I do another one?" The...
  • Cross-training is essential for overall fitness

    Q: "Most race training guides recommend cross-training. What are the best cross-training routines for runners?" Christine W.; Franklin, MA A: As a multisport enthusiast, my immediate reply is "Triathlon!" Fortunately, this is not merely my biased opinion...
  • There's no stopping us

    There's no stopping us
    Former NBA center Chris Dudley was 16 when he exhibited the classic signs of Type 1 diabetes. "I was incredibly thirsty and going to the bathroom all of the time," said Dudley. His uncle, a diabetic, recognized what was going on, and after a home test kit...
  • New spin on working out

    New spin on working out
    Bringing your cycling workout indoors doesn't mean you have to ditch the exhilarating experience. The newest craze in indoor cycling — SoulCycle — has become an addiction for many of its followers. It's a full-body fat-burning and strength-...
  • Commentary: Armstrong quit, does the bracelet still fit?

    Lance Armstrong is a likable and inspirational figure whose Livestrong Foundation has raised a phenomenal $500 million with sales of its yellow bracelet and message of hope in the fight against cancer. None of which changes the fact that he's almost...
  • Bird at Play: Dropping my rocks

    After more than 12 years of dogged pursuit by the USADA for accusations of success via performance enhancing drugs, Lance Armstrong has decided to close the books on his cycling career, at least the one overseen by the USADA. According to the USADA...
  • For the Fun of Fit: More to triathlon than swim, bike, run

    The sport of triathlon is known to consist of three separate events: swimming, cycling and running. However, any triathlon veteran is likely to agree that the sport would be more aptly named a quadathlon, since "transitioning" plays an important and often...
  • Lea finds road back to Olympics

    Ever since Bobby Lea returned from the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, the American cyclist has had one goal in his mind: The 2012 Olympics in London. The 28-year-old's goal was accomplished in mid-June when he was selected to once again become a U.S....
  • Cycling through the cold

    TANEYTOWN - Cyclocross riders, clad in their cycling suits, rushed from the finish line for blankets and sweatshirts Sunday following their respective competitions. Matt Cooper, who finished first for the Masters 35-plus race, waited for his name to be...
  • Google touts MyTracks cycling app

     
    Google’s free My Tracks app for Android can track runs, hikes and bike rides, and Google Maps for mobile offers biking directions for Android and BlackBerry users. iPhone users can download Google Maps app, but it lacks the biking directions feature...
  • Bike to Campus Week washed out

     
    You can blame it on the rain and cold weather that Bike to Campus Week at DePaul University didn’t have a high turnout, but that won’t diminish the event in the eyes of organizers....
  • Phil Keogan brings his bike across America documentary to Winter Park May 5

     
    Phil Keogan, the New Zealand-native who hosts Jerry Bruckheimer's “Amazing Race” on CBS has a documentary about his favorite cause/charity that he'll present next Thursday, May 5, at Winter Park Village's Regal 20. The film is called “...