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Read Your Way to a Fitter, Healthier You

Sometimes, you have to work your brain to work your body better. Turn your library into a gym and put your thinker through its paces with classic reads from wellness experts.

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Aug 27, 2014

Drug Scandal Decimates Tour de France

June 30, 2006 The top names in cycling are out of the Tour de France after the biggest scandal ever to hit cycling swept through the peloton on the eve of the sport's marquee event. Pre-race...

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Jun 30, 2006

Armstrong Wins First Stage, Clinches Seventh Tour

In a head to head battle with every other rider in the Tour de France, Lance Armstrong won his first stage victory this year, proving he is the fastest cyclist on the French roads and the man who...

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Jul 23, 2005

Guerini Takes Stage 19

With a perfectly timed attack in the final mile, T-Mobile's Giuseppe Guerini surprised a group of three riders to take Stage 19, the last long day of riding before the Tour de France rolls into Paris...

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Jul 22, 2005

Serrano Claims Stage 18 Victory

Spaniard Marcos Serrano took advantage of an uphill finish to break away from two other riders, winning team Liberty Seguros its first victory over the 117-mile Stage 18. Six-time Tour de France...

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Jul 21, 2005

Pereiro Grabs Stage Win; Armstrong Still in Yellow

Spain's Oscar Pereiro overcame a punctured tire in the final miles of Stage 16 to catch a breakaway group of three riders, then out-sprint them in the home stretch to capture his first-ever stage...

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Jul 19, 2005

Hincapie Takes Stage 15

After selflessly pacing teammate Lance Armstrong through six Tour de France victories, George Hincapie got the chance to raise his arms across the finish line for the first time, winning his first-...

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Jul 17, 2005

Third Stage Win for Robbie McEwen

On a hot, flat day of racing tailor-made for sprinters, Australian Robbie McEwen bided his time and then unleashed a furious dash for the win in Stage 13 Friday, passing two riders who had set the...

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Jul 15, 2005

Frenchman Moncoutie Takes Stage 12 on Bastille Day

The French waited for Bastille Day to capture their first victory in the 92nd Tour de France, with David Moncoutie of Cofidis breaking away with 24 miles to go, holding on to a 57-second lead until...

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Jul 14, 2005

Vinokourov Wins Mountainous Stage 11

Alexandre Vinokourov (T-Mobile) proved he can still be a threat to Lance Armstrong's Tour hopes today with a big win in Stage 11. [sidebar img=1478226 | hed=Alexandre Vinokourov]Alexandre Vinokourov...

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Jul 13, 2005

Armstrong Regains Yellow Jersey, Valverde Takes Stage 10

Spaniard Alejandro Valverde (Illes Balears) out-sprinted Lance Armstrong to the finish line at the end of the Tour's grueling first Alpine stage Tuesday, but it was Armstrong and team Discovery...

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Jul 12, 2005

Rabobank's Rasmussen Takes Stage 9

Lance Armstrong lost his grip on the yellow jersey in the ninth stage of the Tour de France Sunday, slipping into third place behind team CSC rival Jens Voigt—while Danish rider Mickael...

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Jul 10, 2005

Rabobank's Pieter Weening Snags Stage 8

It was team Rabobank's day to shine in Stage 8 of the Tour de France Saturday, with the team's riders taking four of the five summits and the finish line, as the Tour got its first taste of the...

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Jul 9, 2005