Julian Alaphilippe takes stage 10 as Tour de France starts Alps climb

Greg Van Avermaet extended his result in the yellow jersey with a superb ride as Julian Alaphilippe won stage 10 of the Tour de France Julien Alaphilippe prolonged French hangovers from World Cup festivities by becoming the first home stage winner in this year’s Tour de France, after a long-range assault in the mountains of […]

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Aidan Gillen:’ My best kiss? Up against a caravan in County Sligo as a teen’

The Game of Thrones star on seeming glum even when hes happy, cleaning around John Malkovichs feet and his relationship with fridges Born in Dublin, Aidan Gillen, 49, constructed his name in Queer As Folk in 1999. In 2004, he appeared on Broadway in The Caretaker and was nominated for a Tony. He played Tommy […]

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Consider This Before You Sign Up For A HIIT Class

High-intensity workouts are all the rage, and for good reason: They burn more calories than standard cardio, can boost your endurance and and increase the elasticity of your arteries and veins, which is really terrific for your heart. But according to a new survey published in Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Journal, for […]

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Mo Farah and Rafael Nadal named in latest leak from Fancy Bears hacking group

Four-time Olympic champion Mo Farah is among the latest British athlete to be targeted by the Fancy Bears hacking group, with details of the 33 -year-olds confidential medical data published online on Monday Mo Farah is the latest British athlete to face scrutiny over his use of so-called therapeutic employ exemptions( TUEs) after his confidential […]

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Tour de France 2017 route is good news for Chris Froome and Mark Cavendish

Cavendish will be pleased by an increase in sprint finishes, while Froome can battle for a fourth Tour triumph on the shorter but steeper mountain stages Mark Cavendish and Chris Froome had reason to smile on viewing the 2017 Tour de France road owing to an increase in the number of sprint stages and a […]

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Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola get set for a new El Crassico | Marina Hyde

The day may come where directors accept each other as worthy foes; for now, the soon-to-be Manchester challengers are ready for the event horizon of intellect games One of the many pleasures of the latest Premier League season was the refreshingly scant focus on mind games, the media theory which seeks to elevate low-level managerial […]

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The Most Amazing Science Stories Of 2015

The year is rapidly drawing to a close, so what better time to reflect upon some of the greatest scientific discoveries and achievements of 2015? Its been a big one, to say the least, so this mind-boggling list of our top picks is guaranteed to get your science senses tingling. Liquid Water On Mars Back […]

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How to tell when your body needs a infringe

( CNN) We’ve all been there: Only when you’re get into the groove of your new workout preoccupation — wham! Suddenly your knee is killing you, or your quads are hurting in a way that just doesn’t feel right. Yep, you’ve over-worked yourself into an injury — and are abruptly wondering why you didn’t take […]

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Mark Cavendish takes rightful Olympic podium place, but moodiness remains | Owen Gibson

He missed out in Beijing and again in London four years ago, yet if this silver in Rio was third period luck for the Manxman he didnt quite seem to realise it It was third hour luck, then, for the endlessly obligating contradiction that is Mark Cavendish. Following two epic days of competitor in only […]

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