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The Pain Free Cyclist

Maybe you’ve been watching the Tour and feeling inspired to get out on your bike again after a crash? Or maybe you were in the Tour and had to abandon due to injury? (Fabian, Tony, Simon, et al. – we … Continue reading

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Who to back in the Tour de France 2: Antipodes

Moving on from the USA … AustraliaandNewZealand Just typing that made the blood run cold at my fingertips. As a kiwi I loathe people conflating New Zealand and Australia. That little country to our north-west is as far away from … Continue reading

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Can you beat Bloomsbury Sport at Fantasy Cycling?

For 3 weeks of the year, every year, I become obsessed. The blinkers are on and all I can think about is the Tour de France. It truly is one of the greatest of tests of sporting endurance – of … Continue reading

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Giro d’Italia, keeping Italy British

Italy’s great cycling stage-race is well under way. Where have you been? Well, if you want to be a flag-draped rose-nosed idiot-patriot, like me,* during the running of this year’s Giro d’Italia, allez-ing Wiggo and his confrères, drunkenly singing barmy-vindaloo-army … Continue reading

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Celebrating the 100th race of the Tour de France

Hot off the press: Tour de France 100: A Photographic History of Cycling’s Most Iconic Race publishes … today All I can say is this is one sexy book! I could go on about the superb imagery, exquisite photography, and … Continue reading

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Triumph and Tragedy at the Giro d’Italia

Triumph and tragedy? Surely I’m not prophesising the results of the Giro d’Italia already? Nah, if I was, I wouldn’t be so worried about my Fantasy Cycling team*. As much as I’d love to tell the future and know if … Continue reading

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The Fastest Mod on Two Wheels

Team Sport at Bloomsbury are delighted to say that on Thursday they will be publishing a stunning photographic book on ‘The Modfather’ himself, Bradley Wiggins. The book covers his Yellow Jersey success in the Tour de France as well as … Continue reading

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Sport Is Bad for You

The legacy of the Olympics and Paralympics some have hoped aloud is that more of us, still all geed up and whooping, will take part in sport. When I say ‘us’ imagine instead the unspoken target: some pre-teen lazybones hunched … Continue reading

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The Real Olympics

Guest post by Jonathan Eyers There are only so many guest posts you can write for a sports blog before you have to finally confess you’re just not that into the whole thing. It’s not that I’m apathetic about sport. … Continue reading

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Hello newest visitors to our lovely blog! Missing out on valuable Bloomsbury Sport news? Want to get the latest on when the marathon book that Nell McAndrew recommended is out? Can’t wait to hear about our photographic keepsake of Bradley … Continue reading

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