British pro cyclists at the top level are among hundred and fifty sports stars that a doctor from London has claimed that he has served take banished performance-enhancing drugs.
A Sunday Times probe, published on 3rd April, Sunday, showed that Dr Mark Bonar said to have prescribed prohibited substances to un-named ‘British Tour de France cyclists’ and tennis players, a boxing champion, premiership footballers as well as a cricketer. He stated that his clients come from Britain as well as other parts of the world.
Team Sky has stated that Geraint Thomas, Michal Kwiatkowski, Luke Rowe and Ian Stannard would all ride Tour of Flanders on Sunday, as part of a multifaceted, strong line-up for Flemish monument.
Geraint has had a week free from racing before Tour of Flanders after selecting to avoid a Classics datebook in favor of a series of stage races. He became champion at the Paris-Nice this month and also rode 5 stages of Volta a Catalunya previous week. He is expecting his experience in Classics would be enough to make up for any lack of recent 1 day racing.
Spanish riding great Alberto Contador has luckily survived a bad crash at the 6th stage of Volta Catalunya.
However, he was able to avoid time loss as Richie Porte from Sky retained overall lead.
The Tinkoff star fell on flat run-in at the finishing line of Port Aventura & crossed the last line 2 minutes 39 seconds down on the rivals in general classification.
But since the accident occurred inside the last three kilometer, race rules gave hi, same timing as was given to other riders of peloton. It implies that Contador is the 3rd overall, 7 seconds behind Porte.
The trackers of exercise have the button of start which helps in recording their progress of cycling when they run about up and down in the streets.
Various routes have gained popularity due to an app called the Strava which is good for both running and cycling. The footprint of exercising is not complete and the account of Strava is recorded.
Cycling in Fife is seeing a future that is very ambitious and in a community networking event, it has all been worked out. There were more than a 100 people who were a part of the discussion whole main aim was to shape the future of cycling in UK.
They have about £5 million funds already with them and they hope to expand the routes of cycling within and all around Dunfermline and Glenrothes.