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Cyclists sue Edinburgh council for £65000 after falling on city tram tracks
Cycling Weekly
Two cyclists from Edinburgh are suing the city council and Edinburgh Trams after claiming that they sustained injuries after falling when their bikes became caught in the city's tram tracks. Elizabeth Fairley is suing for £50,000 after dislocating her ...

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Irish Times

Life after a cycling accident: 'I am now a permanent carer'
Irish Times
Life changed dramatically almost three years ago for Dublin couple Patrick Maher and Grainne Duncan, known as Dorian, following a cycling accident. Ms Duncan, who had swapped her annual bus ticket for a bicycle when the Bike to Work scheme was ...

USA Cycling hires longtime Aussie coach for endurance program
The Durango Herald
His hiring comes amid a reorganization of USA Cycling's elite program, which is responsible for discovering and preparing athletes for world championships and other marquee events. Last week, U.S. Olympic Committee high performance director Scott ...

USA Cycling announce Gary Sutton as head track endurance coach
Having been let go by Cycling Australia in May, Gary Sutton has been announced as the new track endurance head coach by USA Cycling. Sutton's role and responsibility is to develop the men's team pursuit squad and build on the women's team pursuit ...
US Cycling hires longtime Aussie coach for endurance programWTOP
USA Cycling hires longtime Aussie coachSBS

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The Edwardsville Intelligencer

CYCLING: Criterium brings out large crowd to downtown
The Edwardsville Intelligencer
Morrison said TheBank of Edwardsville Rotary Criterium has grabbed the attention of the cycling community. “We had 158 preregister for the race. The most we had before that was 121. That ensured we were going to have a larger number of cyclists,” ...

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