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2013-07-08: Chris Froome's near-record ascent of Ax-3-Domaines asks some challenging physiological questions. Proof is impossible, but the implications warrant……Read More »
2013-07-05: Team Sky have refused to publish their cyclist's power outputs for fear of misinterpretation by "pseudoscientists". Does he have a point, or is transparency……Read More »
2013-07-03: The 2013 Tour de France gets underway this weekend, and in preparation for our analysis, I explain the principles and concepts behind analysing Tour mountain……Read More »
2011-03-20: Has the introduction of the biological passport influenced cycling? A look at performance, based on the science and legal factors behind the……Read More »
2011-03-16: It’s been just over a week since the Court of Arbitration for Sport released the summary of its decision to issue bans to two Italian cyclists,……Read More »
2017-05-16: Dramatic footage in the aftermath of a Tom Skujns crash in the Tour of California triggered some discussion around cycling's concussion protocols. Some thoughts……Read More »
2016-07-04: The 2016 Tour de France is three stages down, and it's 3 to the sprinters. This article, a republish from 2014, looks at the……Read More »