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27. Januar, 18:51 Uhr

article by François Mariotti Are vegetarian diets the key to healthy living, or could they be a risk to those who adopt them? These questions are a source of confusion for the general public, and for many scientists too. Why? Nutrition is a complex discipline and it struggles to provide simple answers to issues as broad as the relationships between a range of dietary practices and health...

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12. Dezember, 14:40 Uhr

article by Steve Maxwell ….. As a former insider and leader of pro cycling completely divorced from the sport, Acquarone is a passionate observer now free to speak his mind ….. Michele Acquarone was a well-known name in this sport seven years ago, though now his name is unfamiliar to most people. Named in 2011 to head the Giro d’Italia, the world’s second largest bike race, at age 36, Acquarone...

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08. Juni, 17:14 Uhr

article by Graham Jones  World War I: When the ‘Great War’ ended in November 1918 it was described as the war to end all wars. A whole generation had been decimated and yet just 21 years later Europe erupted into war again. This year we commemorate the 74th anniversary of the end of World War II. Largely for political reasons sport is encouraged during war time to boost public moral and to give...

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05. Februar, 16:10 Uhr

article by Steve Maxwell  Countries, regions and cities often compete to host popular sporting competitions. Such events traditionally raise the profile of the host city or country, often creating a long-term increase in visibility and tourism. The Beijing Olympics – estimated to have been viewed by 4.7 billion people – helped spark a major tourism boom in China. At the same time, major...

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23. Februar, 15:22 Uhr

article by Joe Harris Criminal legislation against sports cheating is currently in the limelight, given the Court of Arbitration for Sport’s (CAS) effective rollback of sanctions against Russia for the Sochi doping scandal, and the World Anti-Doping Agency’s (WADA) decision not to pursue harsher sanctions. Some nations already have laws on the books and haven’t hesitated to prosecute offenses...

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28. Juli, 15:47 Uhr

Article by Philip McCouat of the Journal of Art in Society Introduction  In 1891, aged only 26, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec [1] created his first commercial poster Moulin Rouge, La Goulue (Fig 1). This lithographic print, the first of a wide range that he would produce over the next five years, would make him famous virtually overnight, eclipsing the growing but more moderate success of his...

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17. März, 14:51 Uhr

article by Joe Harris & Steve Maxwell Michael Ask, the CEO of Anti-Doping Denmark (ADD) has emerged as one of the world leaders in the anti-doping movement over the past several years. Besides running the Danish entity, Ask is also the current chairman of the International Association of National Anti-Doping Organizations (iNADO). Ask comes to the job with a somewhat unconventional...

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26. November, 15:35 Uhr

article by Steve Maxwell and Joe Harris Just weeks after Velon filed suit against the UCI over its alleged anti-competitive business practices, and only three days after the Cycling Anti-Doping Foundation (CADF) called into question other recent initiatives by the UCI, the association of men’s professional cycling teams – better known by its French acronym AIGCP – circulated a strongly-worded...

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02. September, 14:25 Uhr

article by Steve Maxwell Most people around the American cycling scene are at least vaguely aware of PeopleForBikes (PFB). We see the PFB logo on a tee shirt or cap or a bike jersey here and there. We hear the name in the cycling press now and then – usually about some sort of broader community effort or political initiative. But many people don’t really understand exactly what PeopleForBikes...

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11. März, 16:41 Uhr

There are some cyclists who think riding a bike constitutes some kind of a political statement, relying on swallow bromides such as their knowledge of craft-beer and the consumption of only organically grown vegetables and ethically sourced coffee as evidence of their political sophistication. Moreover, they hold the belief that their tattoos and body piercings also serve as symbols of moral...

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06. Februar, 16:13 Uhr

After 2019 when so many new faces rose to the pinnacle of UCI WorldTour racing, fans worldwide are rightly wondering if the new decade of 2020 will usher in yet more major sporting upheaval for men’s professional road racing.  Or will the ‘old guard’ regain the upper hand once more? Such was the scale of dramatic breakthroughs last season, it’s hard to grasp their full extent. Perhaps most...