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Gary Guilfoyle

Gary Guilfoyle
A hopeless sports addict interested in MotoGP, cycling, rugby, GAA, football and the League of Ireland. A Sligo Rovers supporter and a Man Utd follower, he hopes one day to see both clubs successful again but doesn’t know if he will live that [email protected]

Niki Terpstra wins Paris-Roubaix

Last weekend’s Paris – Roubaix was one of the most exciting cycling races in years which saw a final top ten of some of the best riders in the world fighting it out in pursuit of victory in an exhilarating last thirty kilometres. You couldn’t take your eyes off it for a second, as big name after big name popped …

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MotoGP being dominated by Marquez

Marc Marquez completed his second win of the MotoGP season, in as many races by finishing ahead of his Honda Repsol teammate Dani Pedrosa in the Red Bull Grand Prix of The Americas. The 21-year-old enigma showed once again why he is world champion with a workmanlike and at times easy looking victory. Only at the last corner of his …

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The Monuments – Cycling’s five toughest classics

A professional cyclist’s career is deemed successful by the number of races he has won. In cycling there are many tours and races all across the world officially recognised by UCI (Union Cycliste Internationale) that the top cyclists participate and compete in. But it is the Classics, the Grand Tours and the World Championship Road Race that every rider covets …

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MotoGP: Top Five Pretenders To The Throne

The introduction of new regulations to MotoGP has been heralded by many as step forward. In trying to widen the field by restricting the factory teams the organisers hope to increase the number of riders who are actually capable of winning the championship The two factory teams of Honda Repsol and Movistar Yamaha Racing have dominated the sport in the …

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