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Anderson Independent-Mail
Ron Clark Academy spreads inspiration through Anderson Co. schoolsFour well-dressed third-grade students filed into the library and stood in fron
Ron Clark Academy spreads inspiration through Anderson Co. schools
Anderson Independent-Mail / Posted yesterday
Four well-dressed third-grade students filed into the library and stood in front of a table to shake the hands of the judges. This was the first round of the competition for the Amazing Shake. The four judges from the school district and the... Read more
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KQ2 St. Joseph
Missouri Western Snags 24 RecruitsMissouri Western announced the signings of 24 football players today, and Head
Missouri Western Snags 24 Recruits
KQ2 St. Joseph / Posted 4 days ago
Missouri Western announced the signings of 24 football players today, and Head Coach Jerry Partridge is very excited with his class. Partridge says the class is particularly deep at linebacker and cornerback, but was also pleased with the size the... Read more
6d
The Courier Mail
Sharks’ Ennis clause, JT reveals futureJohnathan Thurston and Michael Ennis reveal their NRL futures. WELCOME to Mark
Sharks’ Ennis clause, JT reveals future
The Courier Mail / Posted 6 days ago
Johnathan Thurston and Michael Ennis reveal their NRL futures. WELCOME to Market Watch, your home for the latest news on player movements at your club. From transfers, new deals, rumours and retirements. Check it all out here! ENNIS HAS NO CLAUSE... Read more
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News.com.au
NRL Market Watch: Thurston’s Cowboys future, Michael Ennis Sharks | Fox Sports Cronulla’s Michael Ennis clause, Johnathan Thurtson reveals NRL
NRL Market Watch: Thurston’s Cowboys future, Michael Ennis Sharks
News.com.au / Posted 6 days ago
| Fox Sports Cronulla’s Michael Ennis clause, Johnathan Thurtson reveals NRL future — Market Watch WELCOME to Market Watch, your home for the latest news on player movements at your... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Sharks’ Ennis clause, JT reveals futureNRL Market Watch: Thurston’s Cowboys future, Michael Ennis Sharks | DailyTelegr
Sharks’ Ennis clause, JT reveals future
Daily Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
NRL Market Watch: Thurston’s Cowboys future, Michael Ennis Sharks | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website Johnathan Thurston and Michael Ennis reveal their NRL... Read more
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Canberra Times
ACT Remote Area Firefighters return from Tasmanian firegroundReturning ACT Remote Area Firefighter Terry Dwyer with his daughters Hannnah, 5
ACT Remote Area Firefighters return from Tasmanian fireground
Canberra Times / Posted 9 days ago
Returning ACT Remote Area Firefighter Terry Dwyer with his daughters Hannnah, 5 and Emily, 2. Photo: Jamila Toderas After a three-day deployment fighting bushfires in Tasmania, ACT Remote Area Firefighter Terry Dwyer was thrilled to be welcomed... Read more
10d
The Fort Dodge Messenger
Perfection from LarsonMEN'S HANDICAP LEAGUES Greg Swanson 235-255-713; Ron Cummins 256-677; Kevin Re
Perfection from Larson
The Fort Dodge Messenger / Posted 10 days ago
MEN'S HANDICAP LEAGUES Greg Swanson 235-255-713; Ron Cummins 256-677; Kevin Ressler 226-253-676; Chad Johnson 238-243-669; Chad Bacon 246-234-665; Phil Beam 255-636; Mark Freeman 234-636; Austin Smith 234-226-630; Tony McClain 216-216-630; Ed... Read more
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Weston Mercury
Project to attract wildlife to gardens Clayton Cambel, Samatha Copeland, Robert and Toni Frost, and Matt White. A p
Project to attract wildlife to gardens
Weston Mercury / Posted 11 days ago
Clayton Cambel, Samatha Copeland, Robert and Toni Frost, and Matt White. A project to help people attract birds to their gardens was held on Weston’s Bournville estate. To send a link to this page you must be... Read more
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Herald Sun
NRL SuperCoach study guide: StormA HUGE question mark hangs over the Melbourne Storm’s champion trio of Cameron
NRL SuperCoach study guide: Storm
Herald Sun / Posted 12 days ago
A HUGE question mark hangs over the Melbourne Storm’s champion trio of Cameron Smith, Cooper Cronk and Billy Slater. The Big Three are NRL Supercoach royalty but can the veterans contend with an exhausting season which will include State of Origin... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Cowboys star dilemma, Knight in demandWELCOME to Market Watch, your home for the latest news on player movements at y
Cowboys star dilemma, Knight in demand
The Courier Mail / Posted 13 days ago
WELCOME to Market Watch, your home for the latest news on player movements at your club. From transfers, new deals, rumours and retirements. Check it all out here! ROCHOW A WANTED MAN Newcastle have their work cut out for them to re-sign Robbie... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Cowboys star dilemma, Knight in demandNRL: Lachlan Coote Cowboys future, Knights gun Robbie Rochow in demand, Storm r
Cowboys star dilemma, Knight in demand
Daily Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
NRL: Lachlan Coote Cowboys future, Knights gun Robbie Rochow in demand, Storm re-sign forward | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website Lachlan Coote, Greg Inglis and... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
NRL SuperCoach study guide: StormNRL SuperCoach 2016: Melbourne Storm study guide reveals a mix of ageing guns a
NRL SuperCoach study guide: Storm
Daily Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
NRL SuperCoach 2016: Melbourne Storm study guide reveals a mix of ageing guns and young superstars | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website A HUGE question mark... Read more
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15d
Staten Island Advance
According to Gordon: Island native Bob Burke gets some payback for lifetime in the gameThere's a big party in Murfreesboro, N.C., next Saturday. Bunch of Yankees com
According to Gordon: Island native Bob Burke gets some payback for lifetime in the game
Staten Island Advance / Posted 15 days ago
There's a big party in Murfreesboro, N.C., next Saturday. Bunch of Yankees coming through town, many of them with Island basketball pedigrees. Former Staten Islanders like Matt White Jr., Jim Cronin, John Hindelong and a handful of other guys who... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Tour a triumph of teamwork for GreenEDGETour Down Under 2016: The workhorses behind Orica-GreenEDGE’s TDU dominance | D
Tour a triumph of teamwork for GreenEDGE
Daily Telegraph / Posted 15 days ago
Tour Down Under 2016: The workhorses behind Orica-GreenEDGE’s TDU dominance | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website THEY are Simon Gerrans’ bodyguards, his... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Tour a triumph of teamwork for GreenEDGETHEY are Simon Gerrans’ bodyguards, his workhorses and importantly his mates wh
Tour a triumph of teamwork for GreenEDGE
Adelaide Now / Posted 15 days ago
THEY are Simon Gerrans’ bodyguards, his workhorses and importantly his mates who in the past week were responsible for delivering their leader to a record fourth Tour Down Under title in Adelaide. Orica-GreenEDGE’s seven-man team went into the race... Read more
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15d
SportsFan
Gerrans turns back cycling clockGerrans nears fourth cycling tour title Photo Source: AAP Simon Gerrans' outs
Gerrans turns back cycling clock
SportsFan / Posted 15 days ago
Gerrans nears fourth cycling tour title Photo Source: AAP Simon Gerrans' outstanding Tour Down Under suggests the Australian cycling star is turning back the clock to the greatest season of his career. The Orica-GreenEDGE leader safely finished... Read more
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15d
The Courier Mail
Tour a triumph of teamwork for GreenEDGETHEY are Simon Gerrans’ bodyguards, his workhorses and importantly his mates wh
Tour a triumph of teamwork for GreenEDGE
The Courier Mail / Posted 15 days ago
THEY are Simon Gerrans’ bodyguards, his workhorses and importantly his mates who in the past week were responsible for delivering their leader to a record fourth Tour Down Under title in Adelaide. Orica-GreenEDGE’s seven-man team went into the race... Read more
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15d
thebee
Menu Makeover To Keep Chinese Students SatisfiedAsk a Chinese student about British food, and the message is clear. "Normally
Menu Makeover To Keep Chinese Students Satisfied
thebee / Posted 15 days ago
Ask a Chinese student about British food, and the message is clear. "Normally when the Chinese come to the UK the most important skill you have to know is how to cook," says Chenxu, studying at the University of Reading. When I ask why, his friend... Read more
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SportsFan
Gerrans dominating cycling tourSimon Gerrans' stunning 2014 win is a cautionary tale for the Australian cyclin
Gerrans dominating cycling tour
SportsFan / Posted 17 days ago
Simon Gerrans' stunning 2014 win is a cautionary tale for the Australian cycling star as he nears his fourth Tour Down Under title. Gerrans has a stranglehold on the race after winning Friday's fourth stage in Victor Harbor. He is the first rider... Read more
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WA Today
'As soon as I picked myself up again I knew nothing was severely wrong,' said Simon GerransFor a fleeting moment in the finale of stage two in the Tour Down Under on Wedn
'As soon as I picked myself up again I knew nothing was severely wrong,' said Simon Gerrans
WA Today / Posted 19 days ago
For a fleeting moment in the finale of stage two in the Tour Down Under on Wednesday, Simon Gerrans' season looked set to continue the horror run of crashes that repeatedly sidelined him last year. But as much as the unavoidable crash he had inside... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'As soon as I picked myself up again I knew nothing was severely wrong,' said Simon GerransFor a fleeting moment in the finale of stage two in the Tour Down Under on Wedn
'As soon as I picked myself up again I knew nothing was severely wrong,' said Simon Gerrans
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 19 days ago
For a fleeting moment in the finale of stage two in the Tour Down Under on Wednesday, Simon Gerrans' season looked set to continue the horror run of crashes that repeatedly sidelined him last year. But as much as the unavoidable crash he had inside... Read more
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19d
Adelaide Now
Corkscrew Road to test TDU’s biggest hittersSimon Gerrans rolls in to finish Stage 2 after being involved in a crash. Photo
Corkscrew Road to test TDU’s biggest hitters
Adelaide Now / Posted 19 days ago
Simon Gerrans rolls in to finish Stage 2 after being involved in a crash. Photo: Sarah Reed. LIKE a heavyweight title fight that is destined to go the journey, the Tour Down Under’s big hitters traded punches for 132km around Stirling Wednesday and... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Corkscrew Road to test TDU’s biggest hittersSimon Gerrans rolls in to finish Stage 2 after being involved in a crash. Photo
Corkscrew Road to test TDU’s biggest hitters
The Courier Mail / Posted 19 days ago
Simon Gerrans rolls in to finish Stage 2 after being involved in a crash. Photo: Sarah Reed. LIKE a heavyweight title fight that is destined to go the journey, the Tour Down Under’s big hitters traded punches for 132km around Stirling Wednesday and... Read more
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19d
The North West Star
Tour Down Under: Simon Gerrans crashes again as Jay McCarthy wins to take leadFor a fleeting moment in the finale of stage two in the Tour Down Under on Wedn
Tour Down Under: Simon Gerrans crashes again as Jay McCarthy wins to take lead
The North West Star / Posted 19 days ago
For a fleeting moment in the finale of stage two in the Tour Down Under on Wednesday, Simon Gerrans' season looked set to continue like last year when a horror run of crashes repeatedly sidelined him. For a fleeting moment in the finale of stage two... Read more
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The Age
'As soon as I picked myself up again I knew nothing was severely wrong,' said Simon GerransFor a fleeting moment in the finale of stage two in the Tour Down Under on Wedn
'As soon as I picked myself up again I knew nothing was severely wrong,' said Simon Gerrans
The Age / Posted 19 days ago
For a fleeting moment in the finale of stage two in the Tour Down Under on Wednesday, Simon Gerrans' season looked set to continue the horror run of crashes that repeatedly sidelined him last year. But as much as the unavoidable crash he had inside... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Cordner’s big call, Parker’s historic extensionWELCOME to Market Watch, your home for the latest news on player movements at y
Cordner’s big call, Parker’s historic extension
The Courier Mail / Posted 20 days ago
WELCOME to Market Watch, your home for the latest news on player movements at your club. From transfers, new deals, rumours and retirements. Get the latest NRL news right here! CORDNER DEAL COMING SOON Boyd Cordner has revealed he’ll make a... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Cordner’s big call, Parker’s historic extensionNRL: Boyd Cordner’s Roosters future, Corey Parker eyes brisbane extension — Mar
Cordner’s big call, Parker’s historic extension
Daily Telegraph / Posted 20 days ago
NRL: Boyd Cordner’s Roosters future, Corey Parker eyes brisbane extension — Market Watch 2016 | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website What the future holds for Boyd... Read more
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The Age
'They are never really easy, you know,' says Caleb Ewan after streaking to sixth season winCaleb Ewan hears all the talk that he makes winning look easy by flying past ri
'They are never really easy, you know,' says Caleb Ewan after streaking to sixth season win
The Age / Posted 20 days ago
Caleb Ewan hears all the talk that he makes winning look easy by flying past rivals at speeds of 65km/h-plus to win bunch sprints, but the star in the making says it is anything but easy. After Ewan (Orica-GreenEDGE) won the 130.8-kilometre first... Read more
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Canberra Times
'They are never really easy, you know,' says Caleb Ewan after streaking to sixth season winCaleb Ewan hears all the talk that he makes winning look easy by flying past ri
'They are never really easy, you know,' says Caleb Ewan after streaking to sixth season win
Canberra Times / Posted 20 days ago
Caleb Ewan hears all the talk that he makes winning look easy by flying past rivals at speeds of 65km/h-plus to win bunch sprints, but the star in the making says it is anything but easy. After Ewan (Orica-GreenEDGE) won the 130.8-kilometre first... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
It’s time for Gerrans to step up and shineTour Down Under 2016: It’s time for Simon Gerrans to step up and shine | DailyT
It’s time for Gerrans to step up and shine
Daily Telegraph / Posted 20 days ago
Tour Down Under 2016: It’s time for Simon Gerrans to step up and shine | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website Simon Gerrans makes his way to Lyndoch. Photo: Sarah... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'They are never really easy, you know,' says Caleb Ewan after streaking to sixth season winCaleb Ewan hears all the talk that he makes winning look easy by flying past ri
'They are never really easy, you know,' says Caleb Ewan after streaking to sixth season win
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 20 days ago
Caleb Ewan hears all the talk that he makes winning look easy by flying past rivals at speeds of 65km/h-plus to win bunch sprints, but the star in the making says it is anything but easy. After Ewan (Orica-GreenEDGE) won the 130.8-kilometre first... Read more
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20d
Adelaide Now
It’s time for Gerrans to step up and shineSimon Gerrans makes his way to Lyndoch. Photo: Sarah Reed. AUSTRALIAN team Ori
It’s time for Gerrans to step up and shine
Adelaide Now / Posted 20 days ago
Simon Gerrans makes his way to Lyndoch. Photo: Sarah Reed. AUSTRALIAN team Orica-GreenEDGE will go all-in to set up Simon Gerrans for Stage 2 victory in Stirling Wednesday where the three-time champion has a history of producing a tour-winning... Read more
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The Courier Mail
It’s time for Gerrans to step up and shineSimon Gerrans makes his way to Lyndoch. Photo: Sarah Reed. AUSTRALIAN team Ori
It’s time for Gerrans to step up and shine
The Courier Mail / Posted 20 days ago
Simon Gerrans makes his way to Lyndoch. Photo: Sarah Reed. AUSTRALIAN team Orica-GreenEDGE will go all-in to set up Simon Gerrans for Stage 2 victory in Stirling Wednesday where the three-time champion has a history of producing a tour-winning... Read more
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The Age
'[The Tour and Milan-San Remo] are races that he sees himself winning in,' says Matt White on Caleb EwanCaleb Ewan feeds off speed and the helter skelter rush of a bunch sprint, but h
'[The Tour and Milan-San Remo] are races that he sees himself winning in,' says Matt White on Caleb Ewan
The Age / Posted 22 days ago
Caleb Ewan feeds off speed and the helter skelter rush of a bunch sprint, but his World Tour team have put the brakes on his desire to race in the Tour de France. Orica-GreenEDGE head sports director Matt White is amazed how far 21-year-old Ewan,... Read more
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SportsFan
Ewan stars with cycling winRising cycling star Caleb Ewan has overcome a messy finish to execute the first
Ewan stars with cycling win
SportsFan / Posted 22 days ago
Rising cycling star Caleb Ewan has overcome a messy finish to execute the first of what will be many wins at the Tour Down Under. The pint-sized Orica-GreenEDGE sprinter was caught a few riders back heading into the high-speed finish of the People's... Read more
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Canberra Times
'[The Tour and Milan-San Remo] are races that he sees himself winning in,' says Matt White on Caleb EwanCaleb Ewan feeds off speed and the helter skelter rush of a bunch sprint, but h
'[The Tour and Milan-San Remo] are races that he sees himself winning in,' says Matt White on Caleb Ewan
Canberra Times / Posted 22 days ago
Caleb Ewan feeds off speed and the helter skelter rush of a bunch sprint, but his World Tour team have put the brakes on his desire to race in the Tour de France. Orica-GreenEDGE head sports director Matt White is amazed how far 21-year-old Ewan,... Read more
22d
San Antonio Express-News
Milwaukee pummels Rampage againMilwaukee started the scoring quickly, getting a goal from Matt White just 1:51
Milwaukee pummels Rampage again
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 22 days ago
Milwaukee started the scoring quickly, getting a goal from Matt White just 1:51 into the game to take a 1-0 lead. San Antonio trailed 4-0 after the first 20 minutes of play, as the Admirals outshot the Rampage 12-8 and got two goals from Pontus Aberg... Read more
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The Post-Journal
Holter, Camarata Headline Area Bowling ScoresRon Holter led the way with a 268-268-221-759 and teammate Butch Camarata hit a
Holter, Camarata Headline Area Bowling Scores
The Post-Journal / Posted 24 days ago
Ron Holter led the way with a 268-268-221-759 and teammate Butch Camarata hit a 279-255-738. Chris Conti of Dom's Mobile spun a 238-256-235-729 followed by Brandon Miller a 256-256-716 for Southside Redemption, Alex Foti with a 265-226-706 for... Read more
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Warren Times Observer
Vincent rolls 758 at RiversideRIVERSIDE LANES KofC: Tom Smoulder 231-627, Dave English 219-591, Jim Nowacki
Vincent rolls 758 at Riverside
Warren Times Observer / Posted 27 days ago
RIVERSIDE LANES KofC: Tom Smoulder 231-627, Dave English 219-591, Jim Nowacki 246-580, Phil Cerra 205-570 Nightcappers: Joy Davis 169-475, Cindy Reasbeck 164-460 Sunshiners: Rod Pontious 189-533, Harry Gnage 222-517, Val Condio 166-488, Nancy... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Bobridge gets better of Orica GreenEDGE winning second national titleJack Bobridge gets better of Orica GreenEDGE winning second national road cycli
Bobridge gets better of Orica GreenEDGE winning second national title
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 28 days ago
Jack Bobridge gets better of Orica GreenEDGE winning second national road cycling title Photo: Jack Bobridge won his second national road title with his bold tactics bringing undone the powerful Orica GreenEDGE team. (AAP, file photo.) Jack... Read more
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WRAL.com Raleigh
The Dangling LoaferNC's best independent standup comedy showcase is getting 2016 started RIGHT, wi
The Dangling Loafer
WRAL.com Raleigh / Posted 28 days ago
NC's best independent standup comedy showcase is getting 2016 started RIGHT, with this killer lineup: Shane and Adam welcome headliner Jason Webb, along with Matt White, Pat McLeod, Matt Morain, Kenyon Adamcik and Brett Williams! GRAB SOME FRIENDS,... Read more
28d
The Courier Mail
Tightest-ever battle for Ochre Jersey: WhiteSimon Gerrans and his Orica GreenEdge teammates hit the training track. Picture
Tightest-ever battle for Ochre Jersey: White
The Courier Mail / Posted 28 days ago
Simon Gerrans and his Orica GreenEdge teammates hit the training track. Picture: Michael Klein. ORICA-GreenEDGE director Matt White says next week’s Tour Down Under doesn’t have the marquee international names of previous years — but the field... Read more
28d
Adelaide Now
Tightest-ever battle for Ochre Jersey: WhiteSimon Gerrans and his Orica GreenEdge teammates hit the training track. Picture
Tightest-ever battle for Ochre Jersey: White
Adelaide Now / Posted 28 days ago
Simon Gerrans and his Orica GreenEdge teammates hit the training track. Picture: Michael Klein. ORICA-GreenEDGE director Matt White says next week’s Tour Down Under doesn’t have the marquee international names of previous years — but the field... Read more
28d
birminghammail
Talented twin leaves swaps 'gory for glory' in CBBC talent showMatt Smallwood and his twin brother Josh, aged 13, filmed for several weeks alo
Talented twin leaves swaps 'gory for glory' in CBBC talent show
birminghammail / Posted 28 days ago
Matt Smallwood and his twin brother Josh, aged 13, filmed for several weeks alongside Hollywood stars Gemma Arterton, Glenn Close and Paddy Considine for zombie apocalypse shocker She Who Brings Gifts, which was partly shot in Shirley last year. The... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Tour Down Under: Australian World Tour event no less for lack of marquee namesThe Tour Down Under will be no less competitive because of an absence in the fi
Tour Down Under: Australian World Tour event no less for lack of marquee names
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 28 days ago
The Tour Down Under will be no less competitive because of an absence in the field of foreign marquee riders like British super stars Chris Froome and Mark Cavendish who will race in lower-ranked rival events, says Orica-GreenEDGE head sports... Read more
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28d
The Young Witness
Tour Down Under: Australian World Tour event no less for lack of marquee namesThe Tour Down Under will be no less competitive because of an absence in the fi
Tour Down Under: Australian World Tour event no less for lack of marquee names
The Young Witness / Posted 28 days ago
The Tour Down Under will be no less competitive because of an absence in the field of foreign marquee riders like British super stars Chris Froome and Mark Cavendish who will race in lower-ranked rival events, says Orica-GreenEDGE head sports... Read more
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28d
Western Advocate
Tour Down Under: Australian World Tour event no less for lack of marquee namesThe Tour Down Under will be no less competitive because of an absence in the fi
Tour Down Under: Australian World Tour event no less for lack of marquee names
Western Advocate / Posted 28 days ago
The Tour Down Under will be no less competitive because of an absence in the field of foreign marquee riders like British super stars Chris Froome and Mark Cavendish who will race in lower-ranked rival events, says Orica-GreenEDGE head sports... Read more
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28d
Kiama Independent
Tour Down Under: Australian World Tour event no less for lack of marquee namesThe Tour Down Under will be no less competitive because of an absence in the fi
Tour Down Under: Australian World Tour event no less for lack of marquee names
Kiama Independent / Posted 28 days ago
The Tour Down Under will be no less competitive because of an absence in the field of foreign marquee riders like British super stars Chris Froome and Mark Cavendish who will race in lower-ranked rival events, says Orica-GreenEDGE head sports... Read more
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28d
Manning River Times
Tour Down Under: Australian World Tour event no less for lack of marquee namesThe Tour Down Under will be no less competitive because of an absence in the fi
Tour Down Under: Australian World Tour event no less for lack of marquee names
Manning River Times / Posted 28 days ago
The Tour Down Under will be no less competitive because of an absence in the field of foreign marquee riders like British super stars Chris Froome and Mark Cavendish who will race in lower-ranked rival events, says Orica-GreenEDGE head sports... Read more
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28d
Goondiwindi Argus
Tour Down Under: Australian World Tour event no less for lack of marquee namesThe Tour Down Under will be no less competitive because of an absence in the fi
Tour Down Under: Australian World Tour event no less for lack of marquee names
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 28 days ago
The Tour Down Under will be no less competitive because of an absence in the field of foreign marquee riders like British super stars Chris Froome and Mark Cavendish who will race in lower-ranked rival events, says Orica-GreenEDGE head sports... Read more
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