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For Architectural Digest, by Nick Mafi.As urban environments grow, particularly in emerging markets such as China, Brazil, and India, city smog is i... Read more: Health, Science and Technology, Travel and Tourism, World Health Organization, Cycling, Bicycles, Green News ... > read more

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Here’s the thing about nature. A bear could not care less that you’re riding on a dirt road in a forest that humans have designated as a “bike p... Read more: Animals, Nature, Cycling, Animal Uprising, Bears, Motorcycles, Weird News News ... > read more

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The win may be the biggest pressure for players in professional sports. It is not enough to train for hours, days and weeks, a marriage of the mental ... Read more: New York Times, Drugs, Wrestling, Olympic Games, Summer Olympics, Cycling, International Olympic Committee, World Anti-Doping Agency, East Germany, Blood Doping, United States Anti-Doping Agency, Healthy Living News ... > read more

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French duo Benjamin Thomas and Morgan Kneisky edged out Australia's Cameron Meyer and Callum Scotson to win the men's Madison, while Elinor Barker claimed her first individual world title at the track cycling world championships on Sunday. Four world titles were awarded on the final day in Hong Kong, with France winning two, and Germany and Britain each claiming one. ... > read more

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French duo Benjamin Thomas and Morgan Kneisky edged out Australia's Cameron Meyer and Callum Scotson to win the men's Madison, while Elinor Barker claimed her first individual world title at the track cycling world championships on Sunday. Four world titles were awarded on the final day in Hong Kong, with France winning two, and Germany and Britain each claiming one. ... > read more

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Philippe Gilbert's renaissance continued Sunday as the Belgium champion won a two-man sprint to claim a fourth victory in the Amstel Gold Race classic. The 34-year-old former world champion, who also won the Tour of Flanders earlier this month, produced a strong final push to catch former winner Michal Kwiatkowski, who launched the sprint with about 300 meters (yards) left. ''He surprised me a little in the sprint, but it was a headwind so I didn't panic, and I saw I was getting closer and closer, and it was perfect for me in the end,'' said Gilbert, who has also won nine stages on the Tour ... > read more

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Francois Pervis of France won the men's 1km time trial on Sunday at the world track cycling championships in Hong Kong. Pervis, who is also the world record holder, won his fourth rainbow jersey in the event with a time of 1 minute 0.714 seconds. Pervis' countryman Quentin Lafargue and Tomas Babek of the Czech Republic both won their second medals of the championship sharing silver with a time of 1:01.048. ... > read more

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Benjamin Thomas of France stormed to gold ahead of New Zealand's Aaron Gate after a thrilling final sprint in the men's omnium at the track cycling world championships on Saturday. Thomas held off a furious challenge from his rivals on the last lap to finish with a total of 149 points, two more than Gate. Albert Torres of Spain, who led coming into the last of the four events that make up the omnium, had to settle for bronze. ... > read more