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Teaser - 2015 UCI Mountain Bike World Cup presented by Shimano

by UCI

The 2015 UCI Mountain Bike World Cup presented by Shimano will comprise nine rounds, including two new venues: the opening downhill round in Lourdes (France) in April and a double event (downhill and Olympic cross-country) in Lenzerheide, Switzerland, in July. 57 more words

Mountain Bike

Three Things Thursday- 02/03/15

My second week with ‘Three Things Thursday’ is here. First week of my vacation was quiet good. Usually first weeks are boring, but this time it was fun. 284 more words


The End of Time?

It has been reported that a cricketing icon, “Father Time”, the famous weather vane at Lord’s, has been damaged in the strong winds that rattled London. 25 more words

English Cricket

U.S. Senators Ask Sepp Blatter To Strip Russia Of 2018 FIFA World Cup

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If a group of United States senators has its way, FIFA will shock the soccer world and move the next World Cup. 214 more words

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THOUGTHS OF A CRICKET ENTHUSIAST….how did we get it wrong again for the WC2015?

Yet another WC, yet another loss in the crucial knock-out stages of the prestigious even every 4 years of our cricket calendar.  Yet another group of players fought so hard, with all of the #Proteafire they have had, to crash out and leave empty handed.  579 more words


When Does Sledging Go Too Far?

I’m a fan of sledging and believe it has its place in the game. However, I’ll be the first to admit that I think Brad Haddin went too far in the World Cup final giving some of the New Zealand players a “send off” when they were dismissed, and while I realise that coach Darren Lehmann must be seen to be supporting his players personally I hope behind the scenes he has said (to Haddin in particular) “Let’s tone it down a bit…” 405 more words

Australian Cricket

South Africa are not Chokers!

Trotting out that tired old line is just lazy journalism.

After South Africa crashed out of the Cricket World Cup it was predictable that media (print, radio and TV) were spruiking the… 3,291 more words