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    1st place for Fraser at The Bastion, Hever Castle

    Under a warm summer Fraser Cartmell won the inaugural edition of The Bastion iron-distance triathlon, a scenic, challanging and hard race in Kent (UK). The ‘Bastion’ Iron distance on Sunday was the longest day of triathlon to date for Fraser, and he hopes that it remains that way for the forseeable future! Having raced the Half distance ‘Gauntlet’ last Septmber over much ...

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    Fall seven times, stand up eight

    After one day of pause, the Tour restarts today with the stage of Besançon – Oyonnax. The Tour de France seems to be very hard: the weather was inclement with continuous rains, bad conditions and wet tarmac and a dangerous paved roads (Ypres – Arenberg Porte du Hainaut). After the fall of Chris Froome and Alberto Contador, that caused the brake of ...

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    2nd place at Zarautz 2014 for Fraser Cartmell

    Zarautz Triathlon 2014 – 3/80/20k Zarautz is a fantastic race for many reasons and one of those is the punishing climbs that feature towards the tail end of the bike ride. Fraser raced quite a lot in Spain and spent a lot of in the country for training camps over the years. As such he heard lots about what is regularly described as ‘the best ...

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    Postcards from La Grande Boucle – Week 1

    The firs week of the Tour de France has gone, but we have a lot of photos to show you, since the first stage in Yorkshire, the arrival in London, mix of cultures and people that are showing passion for cycling, or simply interest for an event like this. Tour de France is the most prestigious event in cycling, full of passion, ...

    On July 12, 2014 / By

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    The day that everything changed

    Leeds, UK. It’s the Wednesday before the Tour de France and it’s the first time we catch up with Andrew since his epic win at the Dauphiné. While it would have been cool to have actually been at the Dauphiné finish, that would have meant missing the most riveting day of racing and seeing every move on TV. When Andrew rolled into ...

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    Mt. Diablo Summit – Tour of California

    Pupils dilated and blank, vaguely focused on an indeterminate point that no observer will ever see—it’s known as the 1,000-yard stare, a term used to describe the expression of a battle-weary soldier. When Nathan Brown finally reached the summit atop Mt. Diablo, he had spent nearly 5 hours in the saddle in 90-degree heat. Sweat poured from his body; perspiration had spread ...

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    David Millar’s Final Paris-Roubaix

    200 men stood ready in Compiègne waiting to begin the 2014 edition of Paris-Roubaix, 200 individual stories rich in texture and unique all their own. How each man came to be there, at that moment, is surely a testament to strength of will, perseverance and dedication. One story in particular stands out for us and that is David Millar’s. After 17 years ...

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    1st place for Fraser at The Bastion, Hever Castle

    Under a warm summer Fraser Cartmell won the inaugural edition of The Bastion iron-distance triathlon, a scenic, challanging and hard race in Kent (UK). The ‘Bastion’ Iron distance on Sunday was the longest day of triathlon to date for Fraser, and he hopes that it remains that way for the forseeable future! Having raced the Half distance ‘Gauntlet’ last Septmber over much ...

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    2nd place at Zarautz 2014 for Fraser Cartmell

    Zarautz Triathlon 2014 – 3/80/20k Zarautz is a fantastic race for many reasons and one of those is the punishing climbs that feature towards the tail end of the bike ride. Fraser raced quite a lot in Spain and spent a lot of in the country for training camps over the years. As such he heard lots about what is regularly described as ‘the best ...

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    Van Lierde 2nd at Ironman European Championship

    Every year Ironman Germany in Frankfurt is well known for its world class field of starters. That’s not at all surprising, as it’s the race for the European crown in triathlon. Castelli also had two hot irons in the fire, namely Ironman World Champion Frederik Van Lierde and Andreas Raelert. The performance of Raelert (who won in Frankfurt 2010) was eagerly awaited, ...

    On July 8, 2014 / By

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Mirinda Carfrae triumphed at Challenge Roth

Triple Ironman Hawaii world champion Mirinda Carfrae never did a long distance race in Europe before. For her first appearance she decided on racing the 30th anniversary of ...

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