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There is no doubt that we live in a data-driven world. Everyday, data helps advertisers determine what we like to buy, the fastest route to our destination, or even what medicines to take if we get sick.
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On Monday, I spoke about the route of this year’s Vuelta a España.

Today, I will give you my opinion about the general classification riders. Firstly I will talk about the main contenders such as Froome & Bardet, and after I will talk about some of the riders who might surprise you in the upcoming weeks.
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After the Giro d’Italia and the Tour de France, it is already time for the final grandtour of the season: The Vuelta a España. In the first part of this post, I will give you an overview of all the very important stages for the general classification riders.
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Professional sportsmen and women are notoriously superstitious – just ‘ask’ Google. From Serena Williams and her carefully-numbered bounces of the ball before serving, to the late football genius, Johan Cruyff’s alleged custom of hitting a teammate’s stomach before a match – sports persons’ weird rituals are a well-documented phenomenon.
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Very interesting post about gender disparity! Do you agree with the authors comments?

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Has the resurgence begun?
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The training has been trained the power has been gained.

The race awaits, the clock starts ticking.

Into the taper, the traumas prevail.
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The training has been trained the power has been gained.

The race awaits, the clock starts ticking.

Into the taper, the traumas prevail.
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What can we expect in the last week of the 104th edition of the Tour de France?
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Three weeks of craziness, 21 stages and anything’s possible. Who would have thought that last year we would have seen Chris Froome running up a hill and jumping onto a bike designed for a child. As I’ve always said there’s never a dull moment in Le Tour.
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