Monthly Archives: April 2009

Spring Statistical Analysis – A Response to Competitve Cyclist

I’ve long been a fan of Michael Lewis’ Moneyball, his book about the Billy Beane and his statistical approach to running a Major League baseball team. So naturally I was particularly excited to read the latest post on Competitive Cyclist’s “What’s New” page. (If you haven’t yet bookmarked the link or added it to your … Continue reading

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Monday Musings – Allergies, Transitions, etc…

If you live in the Northeast United States, you’ve undoubtedly been enjoying the warm weather over the past few days. If you’re like me though, you’ve been suffering through the inevitable explosion of pollen that accompanies the mercury’s upswing. My vice is that seemingly innocuous green pollen powder that covers everything in sight during this … Continue reading

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Li̬ge-Bastogne-Li̬ge РLive Stream

Click here for live coverage of today’s La Doyenne. Enjoy!

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Li̬ge-Bastogne-Li̬ge РPreview

Tomorrow’s “La Doyenne” closes the Spring Classics season with 261km of côtes (11 are officially listed, but several more populate the route) through Belgium’s French-speaking Ardennes. The race has just a bit of history—it started in 1892—but since I’m posting this preview at the last minute, I won’t inundate you with too many other details. … Continue reading

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Flèche Wallone – Video – The Last Km

Here’s some video from yesterday. Rebellin remains calm to the end. When will Evans learn that he can’t ride people off his wheel? Enjoy!

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Flèche Wallone – Live Stream

Click here for a live stream of today’s Flèche Wallone.

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