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18 Jun 2014 11:40

Granville57 wrote:Surely you're aware of the fact that, as of recently, the red, highlighted [color="Red"]Live: Race Coverage[/color] banners still appear on the homepage looooooong after the race has finished?


Currently the banner says stage 4 (for Tour de Suisse) but actually leads to coverage of stage 5.
Okay, it leads to the prober coverage, but it's sorta confusing.
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14 Jul 2014 01:15

http://www.cyclingnews.com/news/porte-ready-for-his-big-day-at-the-tour-de-france

...Sunday's tough mountain stage to La Planche des Belles Filles.


That would be Monday.



[Edit]
Or Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday...whatever. If no one can be bothered to fix even the simplest of typos, I won't waste my time pointing them out. Names, dates, times—they're not that important anyway.
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Awaiting moderation

16 Jul 2014 02:27

Hi,

I attempted to lodge the following comment on the: "Valverde: Nibali is not unbeatable" | Cyclingnews.com


(Unsure for the failure to lodge, I amended comment several times. Please inform me what I have "done wrong". What words/phrases do I need to avoid. Ta)

"I question his attitude. AV had the opportunity to work with Richie in those last moments in the Vosges... Instead he chose to sit in, allowed the pace to drop, then followed as RP resumed the chase. Therefore maybe only a few additional seconds lost, but not the actions I would have attributed to those seeking to reduce/restrict VN's lead.

To be clear, I believe AV will be thereabouts come Paris, just a bit disappointed so far. Hopefully he will be true to thoughts of above."
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Part of post deleted on entering??

21 Jul 2014 23:23

Hi'

Was posting in the TJVG article: as I hit return the last para and bit were not posted.

I then attempted to repost deleted section however only "cont:" appeared.

As per my above post, please provide guidance on problem/solution.

Ta
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28 Jul 2014 15:32

Ooops. From
http://www.cyclingnews.com/news/movistar-disappointed-with-fourth-place-tour-de-france-finish?ns_campaign=news&ns_mchannel=rss&ns_source=cyclingnews&ns_linkname=0&ns_fee=0
Movistar disappointed with fourth place Tour de France finish

5th para
Nibali was still in second place overall after the second mountain stage in the Pyrenees but suffered on the difficult final mountain stage to Hautacam. A poor time trial on the penultimate stage sealed his fate.


"Nibali" should be "Valverde".
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24 Aug 2014 20:26

RedheadDane wrote:Uhhm. This is not Kurt Asle!

http://www.cyclingnews.com/giro-ditalia/stage-11/photos/306908


Can someone please change this? It's a horrible mistake.
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26 Aug 2014 13:58

Tour de l'Avenir results for stage 2 has the German riders listed with "(Col) Colombia" next to their names. The results had the correct team affiliations in the stage 1 results.
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01 Sep 2014 09:50

This mornings article about Sicard's ambitions for the rest of the Vuelta will come as a surprise to anyone relying on Cycling News for results, who were told that Sicard failed to finish stage 7, and his name has been absent from the results pages since then. Bryan Nauleau meanwhile is sitting at home watching himself gain finishes on stages 8 and 9.

Looking further, you seem to have totally confused all the Europcar riders in terms of their standings and finishes. One struggles to imagine where you are sourcing such inaccurate information.
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02 Sep 2014 14:09

Thanks. I have forwarded your comment and corrections should be made.
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11 Sep 2014 08:23

http://www.cyclingnews.com/races/tour-of-britain-2014/stage-4/photos/323033

The caption for this picture says that Michael Kwiatkowski (OPQS) took the lead in the GC, which is true enough. However, this particular picture shows Sebastian Lander (BMC), who took the lead in the Sprint Competition.
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01 Jan 2015 23:15

http://www.cyclingnews.com/teams

I'm not 100% sure this is in fact a mistake, but it seems rather unlikely to me that BMC and Movistar have their own little private World Tour league, while the rest of the teams - that I thought was in the World Tour - are now Pro Tour Teams.
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02 Jan 2015 10:25

Pretty sure there's a typo in this headline

http://www.cyclingnews.com/news/atapuma-attacked-by-bandits-on-training-tide-in-colombia

Atapuma attacked by bandits on training tide in Colombia
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02 Jan 2015 22:44

On the news shorts of 2/1/15 or 1/2/15, you have called Gianni Savio: Gianni Salvo
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09 Feb 2015 09:29

the "news" rss feed is empty.
the other rss feeds are working.
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15 Feb 2015 11:09

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16 Feb 2015 10:55

Gateway errors and Froome isn't even racing yet!
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02 Mar 2015 19:50

http://www.cyclingnews.com/news/champion-system-gets-first-taste-of-the-classics

This article three times Refers to Morten Gadgaard as 'Hardgaard'.
But, hey! At least you're being consistent. :)
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12 Mar 2015 08:27

(Yes, I always spot mistakes involving Danish riders.)

From the Paris-Nice start list:

141 Rafal Majka (Pol)
142 Matti Breschel (Den)
143 Robert Kiserlovski (Cro)
144 Michael M?rk?v (Den)
145 Sergio Miguel Moreira Paulinho (Por)
146 Pawel Poljanski (Pol)
147 Nicki S?rensen (Den)
148 Michael Valgren Andersen (Den)


He did not in fact decide to come out of retirement and ride Paris-Nice. It should be Chris Anker.
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15 Mar 2015 10:56

Report on last stage of Langkawi race.
Having come 14th, it does not seem plausible that "Valerio Agnoli (Astana) earned some bonus seconds at the finish". He might, of course, have earned some at an intermediate sprint.
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