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Aventure - Une traverse historique du Cinto pour Guillaume Peretti
September 13, 2021 (18:45) [ Indexed from Yahoo! Eurosport ]
Guillaume Peretti et son compagnon de corde Jean-Franois Hautin ont sign une premire historique en skyrunning : la traverse intgrale du massif du Cinto par l'arte dorsale, culminant au Monte Cinto (2 706 m), ce qui en fait la plus leve de Corse. More...
Tous sports - Leylah Fernandez, Emma Raducanu, Mohamed-Ali Cho, Sky Brown... ces teenagers qui brillent
September 09, 2021 (10:30) [ Indexed from Yahoo! Eurosport ]
Ils n'ont pas l'ge, ou peine, de voter ni de conduire une voiture. Mais dans leurs disciplines respectives, ces teenagers se sont comports comme des grands ces dernires semaines. More...
Skyrim | Mod deixa florestas do jogo muito mais realistas
September 06, 2021 (21:45) [ Indexed from Yahoo! Eurosport ]
Modificao feita por f adiciona mais grama, arbustos e folhagens altas vegetao original do jogo, lanado em 2011 More...
Womens Super League 2021-22 previews No 11: Tottenham
September 02, 2021 (23:15) [ Indexed from Yahoo! Eurosport ]
Womens Super League 2021-22 previews No 11: TottenhamRehanne Skinner hopes her programme of change at Spurs pays off and a newly sharpened attack may well prove pivotal Shelina Zadorsky, Esther Morgan, Tang Jiali and Cho So-hyun in pre-season training. Photograph: Tottenham Hotspur FC/Getty Images More...
NFT falso de Bansky vendido por quase R$ 2 milhes
September 02, 2021 (14:15) [ Indexed from Yahoo! Eurosport ]
O golpe tinha site completo, redes sociais e at uma "obra original" baseada no estilo do artista, o que colaborou para confuso e causou o prejuzo imenso More...
Ollie Robinson revs up Englands engine with relentless display at Headingley
August 28, 2021 (15:30) [ Indexed from Yahoo! Eurosport ]
Ollie Robinson left Yorkshire under a cloud. On a hot morning and under an almost cloudless sky, he returned to Headingley in triumph. More...
Golpes de entregas falsas e spam no WhatsApp marcam o 2 trimestre brasileiro
August 26, 2021 (07:45) [ Indexed from Yahoo! Eurosport ]
Um levantamento feito pela empresa de segurana Kaspersky mostra que criminosos so competentes em se adaptar a condies e plataformas novas More...
Gamescom | Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga ser lanado em 2022
August 25, 2021 (20:00) [ Indexed from Yahoo! Eurosport ]
Anunciado em 2019, jogo adapta os nove filmes da franquia Star Wars, de A Ameaa Fantasma at A Ascenso Skywalker More...
Cuidados com os "mods" para WhatsApp: praga persistente vem infectando celulares
August 25, 2021 (18:15) [ Indexed from Yahoo! Eurosport ]
Um estudo conduzido pela Kaspersky mostra que, apesar de cumprir o que promete, o FMWhatsApp tambm infecta usurios com trojans e malwares More...
Airbnb vai oferecer abrigo gratuito para 20 mil refugiados afegos
August 24, 2021 (14:45) [ Indexed from Yahoo! Eurosport ]
CEO da empresa, Brian Chesky, disse que espera que ao sirva de inspirao para outras companhias More...
Skys the limit for hat-trick hero David Turnbull, says Ange Postecoglou
August 21, 2021 (17:45) [ Indexed from Yahoo! Eurosport ]
The Bhoys hammer 10-man St Mirren. More...
Site da Renner segue fora da ar; redes especulam sobre ataque
August 20, 2021 (12:45) [ Indexed from Yahoo! Eurosport ]
De acordo com a Kaspersky, entre 2019 e 2020, houve um aumento de mais de 700% desse tipo de ataque More...
Soccer-Chelsea seek to add to Arsenal's troubles in London derby
August 19, 2021 (11:15) [ Indexed from Yahoo! Eurosport ]
Arsenal's troubled start to the Premier League season could get worse before it gets better as they prepare to host Chelsea this weekend before a trip to champions Manchester City a week later. Optimism was not sky high amongst Arsenal's followers in the lead-up to the new campaign but the manner of the 2-0 defeat at newcomers Brentford last week has made it open season on manager Mikel Arteta's job prospects, the club's recruitment policy and just where exactly they are heading. In the fickle world of football a win on Sunday against Thomas Tuchel's Chelsea would smooth the waters, but few will be wagering much on Arsenal prevailing in the London derby. More...
Roglic fighting against himself as Giro d'Italia reaches moment of truth
May 18, 2019 (20:00) [ Indexed from ]
"The main opponent for me tomorrow will be myself," Primo Rogli said in Pesaro on the eve of the Giro dItalia's stage 9 time trial to San Marino. The Slovenian's subdued interview persona could never be mistaken for Muhammad Ali's pre-fight proclamations of greatness, but he carefully clarified his statement lest there be any misinterpretation. "It's because I will be alone, and I will be fighting against myself to do as good as possible." If the San Marino time trial has loomed large over the opening week of this Giro, then so too has Rogli's presumed supremacy on the stage. His resounding victory in the opening time trial in Bologna last weekend installed him as the favourite for Sunday's longer, sea-to-sky test, a status that has only been burnished further following Tom Dumoulin's unfortunate abandon on stage 5. While Valerio Conti (UAE Team Emirates) wears the maglia rosa, Rogli reaches the end of the Giro's opening phase atop the virtual rankings of the pre-race favourites. Thanks to his victory in Bologna and his deft side-stepping of the late frissons in Frascati, he holds a buffer of 35 seconds over Simon Yates (Mitchelton-Scott), 39 over Vincenzo Nibali (Bahrain-Merida), 44 over Miguel ngel Lpez (Astana) and 1:49 over Mikel Landa (Movistar). Rogli is 5:24 down on Conti, and surely will not regain the pink jersey from him in San Marino but, come Sunday evening, he might well have placed a hefty down payment on wearing the precious garment in the Arena in Verona in two weeks' time. Jumbo-Visma directeur sportif Addy Engels acknowledged that Rogli will expect to gain ground on all of his GC rivals on the 34km-long road from Riccione to San Marino, though he warned against extrapolating too much from the 8km opening time trial in Bologna. Rogli gained 2.3 seconds per kilometre on Yates and 2.8 per kilometre on Nibali there, but Engels would not be drawn into making predictions for Sunday. "We would like to gain time, that's the main thing, but I can't say how much. It's not mathematical," Engels told Cyclingnews. "It's not like because he gained 19 seconds in 8km in Bologna that we can multiply that gap by almost five here " it doesn't work like that. "It's a different kind of effort, of course. The profile is more or less the same as Bologna, with the flat start and then uphill, but last Saturday was only 13 minutes. This is going to be an effort of 45 or maybe 50 minutes, so that's totally different. It's less explosive, but it's also something that suits Primo really well." If anything, Rogliseems more comfortable over longer distances. He claimed the corresponding stage in Chianti on his Giro debut in 2016 and he warmed up for this year's race with a decisive victory over Victor Campenaerts (Lotto Soudal) in the 17km-long final time trial at the Tour de Romandie. Small wonder then, that Campenaerts himself has picked Rogli as the unbackable favourite for Sunday's time trial.ADVERTISEMENT Into the mountains While the Giro's three individual time trials provided the three compelling reasons that convinced Jumbo-Visma's to deploy him in Italy rather than at the Tour de France this season, Engels maintained that his tilt at overall victory here does not depend wholly on the gains he makes against the watch. Indeed, Rogli lost his place on the podium of last year's Tour in the final time trial, while his climbing has been the equal of his time trialling through his remarkable sequence of three stage race victories so far this season. "Primo has shown so far this year that he's really strong in the big mountains," Engels said. In that case does he really need to gain time tomorrow? Maybe not. But is it more comfortable if he gains time? Of course. "Every day is going to be tricky, but if we can go into the mountains with a bigger gap, it's always better. Though at the end, you have to stay at your level for the whole Giro. If you collapse, you collapse, and then it doesn't matter if you have a gap a half a minute gap or of five minutes." Even so, Jumbo-Visma would appreciate any additional breathing room given the loss of Rogli's key climbing domestique Laurens De Plus, but the impact of the Belgian's abandon will not be felt until the race hits the Alps at the end of next week. For now, the onus is on Rogli in the race of truth. "There's no playing, no tactics. It's just a case of doing it as well as possible," said Engels, who added that Rogli had no ill effects from his crash on stage 6. "He's really good, he doesn't feel any pain." Earlier in the spring, Rogli reconnoitred the stage 9 time trial and came away pleased with what he saw. The route tackles a long false flat for the first 22km before climbing more sharply into San Marino in the finale. It is, in short, a strongman's course, even if the softly-spoken Rogli would never go so far as to trumpet himself as such. "A recon is one thing, but after these eight hard stages it will be different," Roglic said on Saturday. "We will see tomorrow after the finish line." You can read more at More...
Jim Ratcliffe: Ineos will leave cycling if team caught doping
May 03, 2019 (11:30) [ Indexed from ]
Jim Ratcliffe has told the BBC that Ineos will pull its backing of Dave Braislford's squad if they are ever caught cheating or doping. Ratcliffe, who acquired the team from Sky and unveiled the new kit on Wednesday in Yorkshire, stated that he and Ineos had done their due diligence before investing in cyclings biggest and most successful team in recent years. "We did our due diligence. I have absolutely no interest in cheating or drugs," Ratcliffe told BBC Sport. "The day that any of that enters our world, well be exiting that world."ADVERTISEMENT Ratcliffe has invested heavily in sport in recent months, first moving into sailing and now cycling. There are reports he has looked at buying English Premier League club Chelsea, while there has also been speculation of a possible takeover of Nice football club. On Wednesday, Ratcliffe was asked by the media whether he was concerned with some of the controversy Team Sky had courted in recent years. Their incredible success in Grand Tours has also come at a time in which UKAD launched a 14-month investigation into a suspect package delivered to Team Sky during the 2011 Critrium du Dauphin. There was an accusation that that the package contained the corticosteroid triamcinolone - banned in-competition without a Therapeutic Use Exemption - a claim that the team denied. The UKAD investigation was closed without any anti-doping charges issued but a UK Parliamentary Select Committee later declared that "the credibility of Team Sky and British Cycling is in tatters - they are in a terrible position." You can read more at More...
Kwiatkowski: I've been waiting for Liege-Bastogne-Liege all winter
April 28, 2019 (00:15) [ Indexed from ]
Micha Kwiatkowski (Team Sky) is keen to pull down the curtain on his Classics campaign in style, with the former Milan-San Remo winner saying that Sunday'sLige-Bastogne-Lige is the race he has been "waiting for all winter." Third in 2017 and in 2014 in Lige, the 28-year-old claimed a podium finish in Milan-San Remo this spring, as well as leading Paris-Nice. But whilst his Ardennes campaign in 2018 never really took flight, at Amstel Gold Race last Sunday, he came close to disputing the win. A week further on and Kwiatkowski is determined to go all out for the victory. "It's a day I've been waiting for so long, that now it's finally here, I'm pretty excited," Kwiatkowski told Cyclingnews early this week. "I've done the recon. and finally as the name says it's Lige-Bastogne-Lige, not Lige-Bastogne-Ans.ADVERTISEMENT "For me it's a more beautiful finale, maybe not as selective as when we were climbing San Nicolas, but it's still a very challenging race as well." Kwiatkowski agreed with the majority of predictions that the race could start to heat up much earlier. "And the famous La Redoute will be famous once again, whilst La Roche aux Faucons, which was always one of the most decisive climbs, will be the most important of all of them this time," he said. "Either way, it's going to be a super tough race, right the way from the Cote de Wanne or even the one before that [Mont-le-Soie] particularly with the weather forecast." Currently the forecast is for six degrees or even lower at the start on Sunday, with rain also likely. You can read more at More...
Sivakov confirms next generation pedigree with Tour of the Alps victory
April 28, 2019 (00:15) [ Indexed from ]
Pavel Sivakov always seemed destined for great things after winning so much and so well as an under-23 rider but he confirmed he can win as a professional at the Tour of the Alps. In doing so, he addedhis name alongside Mathieu van der Poel, Wout Van Aert, Egan Bernal, Bjorn Lambrecht and Tadej Pogacar in the list of next generation riders seemingly destined to dominate racing in the next decade. Sivakov stands out because of his height, his similarities to Chris Froome and his pedigree, and also because he is already successful even though he is still only 21 years old. He is three years younger than van der Poel and six months younger than Bernal. Only Ivan Sosa is a few months younger on the Team Sky roster. Sivakov is destined to go down in Team Sky's record book as their last stage race winner and follows in the footstep of Riche Porte, Mikel Landa and Geraint Thomas as a Team Sky winner of the Tour of the Alps. Like them, he will surely go on to be a Grand Tour contender, quietly nudging Chris Froome and Geraint Thomas towards retirement.ADVERTISEMENT Sivakov's pedigree indicates greatness He races under a Russian flag but is very European and extrovert. He was born in Italy and was raised near Toulouse, France, because his father Andrei raced the Tour de France three times for BigMat-Auber 93 and his mother, Aleksandra Kolisseva, twice finished second in the Giro Rosa. He is a powerful time triallist, solid in the mountains, skilled on descents, and is pretty fast in small group sprints. His power and maturity perhaps gave him an edge against his younger peers but he has matured. He captured the Junior Tour of Flanders in 2015, finished second in the 2016 under-23 Lige-Bastogne-Lige and was 15th in that year's under-23 Paris-Roubaix. In 2017, Sivakov won the under-23 Giro d'Italia, the prestigious Ronde de l'Isard and the Giro Ciclistico della Valle d'Aosta Mont Blanc. He was the jewel in the crown of the BMC Development team but then Team Sky convinced him to join them instead of stepping up to the BMC WorldTour squad. Sivakov seems capable of doing it all and has now experienced success, even if it meant a final day of stress at the Tour of the Alps. You can read more at More...
Arches of new Whanganui bridge soar skyward
December 22, 2018 (20:00) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
People passing on State Highway 4 are swivelling their eyes westward towards cranes and the arch of a new bridge rising up in a paddock on Papaiti Rd.The arch of the bridge is complete but still needs stiffeners, Whanganui District... More...
Brailsford: Team Sky riders will be 'appropriately' looked after if no sponsor is found
December 18, 2018 (12:30) [ Indexed from ]
Dave Brailsford has assured the entire Team Sky roster and staff that they will be paid as normal throughout the 2019 season and that if a new backer is not found for the 2020 season then they will be 'looked after appropriately'. This comes after a report in the Sunday Times suggested that Sky were willing to honour contracts in 2020 if riders were unable to find teams beyond next season. Brailsford's assurances came in a letter addressed to all Team Sky staff and sent out a day after the news of Sky's withdrawal from the sport was announced internally. Cyclingnews has obtained a copy of the letter, which was issued in English, Italian and Spanish, from a source close to Team Sky. "You will continue to be paid as normal throughout 2019 and if the Team is unable to continue after that, you will be looked after appropriately," Brailsford writes.ADVERTISEMENT "The accompanying note from Sky reiterates this message. I know that they will deliver on their promise." Sky's letter comes from Jeremey Darroch, the Group Chief Executive at the corporation. "As Dave has already told you, Sky will be ending its involvement with cycling and our association with Team Sky at the end of next year. After a decade of unprecedented success, I couldn't be prouder of what we've achieved together. It's been an amazing journey, but now is the right time for us to move on as we open a new chapter in Sky's story and turn our focus to different things," Darroch says. Sky to end sponsorship after 2019 Brailsford: I'm sure we've got a future beyond Sky UCI to closely follow Team Sky sponsorship search New Chinese WorldTour team open to talking to Team Sky Pinarello to support Team Sky beyond 2019 Luke Rowe: Sky have spoilt us over the last 10 years You can read more at More...
Chris Froome "surprised" at Team Sky announcement and sets goal to secure new sponsor
December 18, 2018 (08:30) [ Indexed from ]
The four-time Tour de France winner is grateful for the broadcaster's investment and great success over eight years More...

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