News from the Field

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Hincapie wins PCC Second Stage

George Hincapie won the rainy and crash-marred second stage in the US Pro Cycling Challenge on Wednesday, outsprinting HTC-Highroad's Tejay Van Garderen down Aspen's Main Street to take his first... Read More

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Powell Pulls out of Worlds

Asafa Powell, the Jamaican sprinter and former 100-meter world record holder, withdrew today from the world track and field championships with an injury to his groin. Powell had said as recently as... Read More

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Leipheimer Wins Stage One of PCC

Levi Leipheimer of team Radio Shack won stage one of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge on Tuesday with a breakaway attack in the last 500 yards of the 99.3-mile stage. Leipheimer’s time, along... Read More

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East Coast Quake Damages Structures

Engineers across the eastern seaboard checked homes and office buildings for damage on Wednesday in the wake of a 5.9-magnitude earthquake that rattled East Coast cities. The quake, which was... Read More

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Sprinter Freezes Feet Before Worlds

Justin Gatlin, the 2004 Olympic 100 meter champion, showed up in Dageu, South Korea for the world track and field championships with blistered, frostbitten feet after a misadventure with an... Read More