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Rafael Nadal voted greatest ever Spanish sports personality

Source: Sport Balla | Nov 26 2013, 7:54pm CST | by IANS

Madrid, Nov 27 (IANS) Rafael Nadal was named the greatest Spanish sports star in history Tuesday by readers of a Spanish sports daily.
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Kona Paddy Wagon review

Sep 29 2014 2:00am CDT | Source: BikeRadar

How many gears does a road bike need? The answer: just one. And how much carbon does a road bike need? In the case of Kona’s Paddy Wagon, none at all. Steel, alloy and rubber do a sterling job between them.Highs: Comfort and low maintenanceLows: Hard work on long or steep hillsBut when it comes to how much fun you can have with just a singlespeed, the answer is lots. If you live in an area with hills, you may find some of your cycling hard work. You reach a climb and find yourself – at ...
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Mary Kom punches her way to Asiad gold
Incheon, Oct 1 (IANS) India's M.C. Mary Kom punched her way to India's first women's boxing gold in Asian Games, defeating Kazakhstan's Zhaina Shekerbekova in the flyweight (48-51kg) final here Wednesday. | by IANS
 
Mary Kom strikes Asiad boxing gold
Incheon, Oct 1 (IANS) India's M.C. Mary Kom clinched the gold medal in the women's flyweight (48-51kg) boxing competition of the 17th Asian Games here Wednesday. | by IANS
 
Indians finish 4th, 5th in 50km race walk
Incheon, Oct 1 (IANS) Sandeep Kumar and Basanta Bahadur Rana failed to add to India's medal tally as they finished fourth and fifth in the men's 50km race walk event of the 17th Asian Games here Wednesday. | by IANS
 
 

Kwiatkowski pulls away to win road race worlds

Sep 28 2014 9:50am CDT | Source: Sportsnet.ca

PONFERRADA, Spain — Michal Kwiatkowski of Poland pulled away from a star-studded field to win a grueling road race at the cycling world championships Sunday. Kwiatkowski slipped away from the peloton to join a breakaway group of four riders and didn’t stop, staying ahead of the chasers on the final descent. Kwiatkowski won the 254.8-kilometre (158.3-mile) ride in six and a half hours. Simon Gerrans of Australia was ...
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Kwiatkowski pulls away to win road race worlds

Sep 28 2014 9:50am CDT | Source: Sportsnet.ca

PONFERRADA, Spain — Michal Kwiatkowski of Poland pulled away from a star-studded field to win a grueling road race at the cycling world championships Sunday. Kwiatkowski slipped away from the peloton to join a breakaway group of four riders and didn’t stop, staying ahead of the chasers on the final descent. Kwiatkowski won the 254.8-kilometre (158.3-mile) ride in six and a half hours. Simon Gerrans of Australia ...
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Kwiatkowski pulls away to win road race worlds

Sep 28 2014 9:50am CDT | Source: Sportsnet.ca

PONFERRADA, Spain — Michal Kwiatkowski of Poland pulled away from a star-studded field to win a grueling road race at the cycling world championships Sunday. Kwiatkowski slipped away from the peloton to join a breakaway group of four riders and didn’t stop, staying ahead of the chasers on the final descent. Kwiatkowski won the 254.8-kilometre (158.3-mile) ride in six and a half hours. Simon Gerrans of Australia was second and Alejandro Valverde was third ...
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Kwiatkowski pulls away to win road race worlds

Sep 28 2014 9:50am CDT | Source: Sportsnet.ca

PONFERRADA, Spain — Michal Kwiatkowski of Poland pulled away from a star-studded field to win a grueling road race at the cycling world championships Sunday. Kwiatkowski slipped away from the peloton to join a breakaway group of four riders and didn’t stop, staying ahead of the chasers on the final descent. Kwiatkowski won the 254.8-kilometre (158.3-mile) ride in six and a half hours. Simon Gerrans of Australia was second and Alejandro Valverde was third fo ...
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Kwiatkowski pulls away to win road race worlds

Sep 28 2014 9:50am CDT | Source: Sportsnet.ca

PONFERRADA, Spain — Michal Kwiatkowski of Poland pulled away from a star-studded field to win a grueling road race at the cycling world championships Sunday. Kwiatkowski slipped away from the peloton to join a breakaway group of four riders and didn’t stop, staying ahead of the chasers on the final descent. Kwiatkowski won the 254.8-kilometre (158.3-mile) ride in six and a half hours. Simon Gerrans of Australia was second and Alejandro Valver ...
Full article at: Sportsnet.ca
 

 

Kwiatkowski pulls away to win road race worlds

Sep 28 2014 9:50am CDT | Source: Sportsnet.ca

PONFERRADA, Spain — Michal Kwiatkowski of Poland pulled away from a star-studded field to win a grueling road race at the cycling world championships Sunday. Kwiatkowski slipped away from the peloton to join a breakaway group of four riders and didn’t stop, staying ahead of the chasers on the final descent. Kwiatkowski won the 254.8-kilometre (158.3-mile) ride in six and a half hours. Simon Gerrans of Australia was second and Alejandro Valverde was third for the third str ...
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