• The cycling world can't stop talking about Sunday's hellish-looking Tour de France stage. Here's the bike the best American classics rider in the race will ride over the cobblestones of northern France

    1 month ago - By Business Insider

    AMIENS, France - Sunday's stage nine of the Tour de France has been the most talked-about, and most feared , day of the race. On the nearly 100-mile stage in northern France the riders will tackle 13.5 miles of punishing cobblestones. It promises to be can't-miss racing.
    The tricky bit is that most of the riders looking to win the Tour overall almost never ride the cobbles, so everyone will be watching the likes of Team Sky's Chris Froome, EF Education First-Drapac's Rigoberto Urán, and AG2R-La Mondiale's Romain Bardet, among other favorites, to see how they handle cycling's most feared...
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  • WHERE ARE THEY Now? The star-studded 1998 World Cup Winning France Team

    WHERE ARE THEY Now? The star-studded 1998 World Cup Winning France Team

    1 month ago - By Chron

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    On Sunday, when France goes for international soccer glory against Croatia in the World Cup final, they will do so nearly 20 years to the day from when the country first won a World Cup.
    France, playing on home soil, was an extraordinary collection of talent, boasting one of the greatest attacking midfielders in the game's history in Zinedine Zidane, stout defenders like Marcel Desailly, and future superstars such as Thierry Henry.
    Many of these players would also go on to further international glory, winning the European Championship two years later. There is even...
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