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Club president Abinesh Kumar said the race had been in the pipelines for a while but they were waiting for the school students to finish their events. "We had a six-week lay-off because the school students were busy preparing and sitting for exams,"
Friday, Nov. 15, 2013 Sponsored Links The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Ga...We are expecting significant backups on Saturday and Sunday mornings on 400, said Shun Pringle, district construction engineer for the Georgia Department of Transportation.
A465 road race deaths driver Luke Jones jailed for five years Luke Jones had been banned from driving on two occasions before the fatal crash A driver who killed two motorists during an "outrageous" high-speed road race and then fled to the pub has
Cycling's governing body hopes to revamp road race Professional road racing could feature promotion and relegation as part of a new three-tier league system proposed by world governing body, the UCI. The WorldTour would be scrapped in favour of a 16-
Few organizations in sports need to make a statement more than IndyCar. Indy Racing League uncivil war for control of the sport started in 1996...Seeking to make the entire month of May relevant again at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, IndyCar will
Italy (AP) Diego Ulissi of Italy won the Milano-Torino road race on Wednesday, as defending champion Alberto Contador finished fifth. Ulissi, who was runner-up in last year's edition, attacked on the final climb to the Basilica di Superga, pulling
Sunday, September 27, World Road Race Championships, Florence: 272km Sharing a two-bedroom apartment with my cousin Dan Martin and a big central dining and TV area with the whole Irish squad, it's made for a pretty homely, relaxed atmosphere for
Italy A brutal acceleration helped Dutchwoman Marianne Vos retain her road race world title on Saturday. The Olympic champion made her move in the steep ramp on the Via Salviati and never looked back, widening the gap to her rivals in the final four
Italy (AP) Christopher Horner and Tejay van Garderen each believe that have a shot at winning the road race Sunday at the cycling world championships. And with an American team strong from top to bottom supporting them, it's slightly surprising that
Towards the end of the Vuelta a Espana, my Saxo-Tinkoff team boss Bjarne Riis asked me to ride the team time trial at the World Championships. Although it would mean having only two days off after finishing fifth overall in the three-week Spanish