Published: Saturday, 21 July 2012 20:03
Written by Michael Hopkins
Rediscovering a Lost Love
-by Amy Bush
I love cycling, I really do, but somewhere along the way I forgot that. I'm not sure when it started, but I think it was sometime around the 2010 Amgen Tour of California.
I was sick before I even left for the airport, a stomach virus I assumed because the nausea was unbearable and I'd barely eaten in three days. Then, the seemingly simple matter of picking up my rental car turned into a huge headache as my bank had put a hold on the nearly $400.00 out-of-state charge so it took multiple phone calls and 2+ hours before I was able to drive away. The next few days visiting with my cousin and his wife in San Leandro were nice, but upon my departure for Sacramento and the start of the ToC, I discovered a huge crack in the windshield of the rental car which had been parked in the open with no tree limbs in sight since my arrival.
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Published: Friday, 20 July 2012 20:00
Written by Staff
Case Will be Handled by Luxemborg Federation
The UCI communicates that the analysis of the sample B of Frank Schleck’s urine carried out today has confirmed the result of the adverse analytical finding notified by the Anti-doping laboratory of Châtenay-Malabry following the analysis of the sample A.
In accordance with the Anti-doping rules, the UCI will request the Luxembourg Federation to open a disciplinary procedure against the rider.