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Cycling - 26 Apr 2006
The International Cycling Union (UCI) announced today from Aigle, Switzerland and London that it has established the “UCI Academy” in partnership with IF Education.
Cycling - 17 Aug 2004
PHILADELPHIA (August 16, 2004) – Threshold Sports LLC, owners of the Pro Cycling Tour (PCT) and producers of the nation’s top cycling events, announced today that St Louis-based Schupp Company will become its agency of record to help market the PCT and Threshold’s other cycling properties.
Cycling - 07 Jul 2004
Norristown, Pa – July 6, 2004 - Threshold Sports, producer of the Pro Cycling Tour, has announced a new title sponsor for the New York City Cycling Championship. BMC Software, the presenting sponsor since the New York race’s inception in 2002, moved up to title sponsor for the 2004 event. The official name of the race will now be the BMC Software New York City Cycling Championship.
Cycling - 21 May 2004
The State of California has officially endorsed development of a week long 'Tour de France style' professional cycling race to be conducted as early as next year.
Cycling - 25 Jul 2003
London, U.K., 22 July 2003 – Millions of North American viewers are enjoying almost three hours of live daily coverage of this year’s centennial Le Tour de France via Intelsat’s video network. The Outdoor Life Television Network (OLN), the rights holder for Le Tour de France, began broadcast of the event at its 4 July onset, and will continue to transmit coverage using Intelsat until the completion of the race on 27 July.
Cycling - 09 May 2003
The UCI has recorded that Team Coast TT has still not paid the April salary owed to its riders.
Cycling - 24 Jun 2002
Miami, 24 June 2002 - Satellite transmission leader GlobeCast announced today that for the second consecutive year, it is providing Outdoor Life Network (OLN) with over 100 hours of live satellite delivery and playout from the Tour de France, July 6-28, 2002, according to Robert Behar, president and chief executive officer of GlobeCast America.
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