Spokes speak loudly

Spokes speak loudly

Olympic cycling provided plenty of storylines at the London Games
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Fresh off his Tour de France victory, Britain’s Bradley Wiggins added Olympic gold for the homeland by winning the men’s individual time trial Aug. 1 at the London Games.
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It wasn’t native Mark Cavendish as Great Britain had hoped but Alexander Vinokourov of Kazakhstan that outsprint Rigoberto Uran Uran of Colombia to win gold in the men’s road race July 28 at the London Games.
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Britain’s Chris Hoy set a British record with his sixth Olympic gold medal, defending his title in the keirin to finish off a dominating track cycling program for the home nation.
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Julie Bresset of France led a daring attack and dominated the “rock garden” descents on the women’s mountain bike course at Hadleight Farm in Essex, England, to win gold.
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Czech Republic’s Jaroslav Kulhavy engaged in a dramatic duel with Swiss rider Nino Schurter, beating him to the finish in the natural amphitheater of Hadleigh Farm by a single second after nearly 90 minutes of racing.

Spokes speak loudly

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Fresh off his Tour de France victory, Britain’s Bradley Wiggins added Olympic gold for the homeland by winning the men’s individual time trial Aug. 1 at the London Games.
OLYCYC
It wasn’t native Mark Cavendish as Great Britain had hoped but Alexander Vinokourov of Kazakhstan that outsprint Rigoberto Uran Uran of Colombia to win gold in the men’s road race July 28 at the London Games.
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Britain’s Chris Hoy set a British record with his sixth Olympic gold medal, defending his title in the keirin to finish off a dominating track cycling program for the home nation.
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Julie Bresset of France led a daring attack and dominated the “rock garden” descents on the women’s mountain bike course at Hadleight Farm in Essex, England, to win gold.
OLY
Czech Republic’s Jaroslav Kulhavy engaged in a dramatic duel with Swiss rider Nino Schurter, beating him to the finish in the natural amphitheater of Hadleigh Farm by a single second after nearly 90 minutes of racing.
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