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    Monday, May 23, 2016
  • British Cycling forced to climbdown over ‘threat’ to riders following claims of bullying, sexism and discriminationtelegraph.co.uk - British Cycling’s interim performance manager, Andy Harrison, was forced to issue a swift clarification to his riders after appearing to suggest that their places at this summer’s Olympics might be in jeopardy if they ...
  • Donny Perry produces retail sales training videos with Myagibicycleretailer.com - Donny Perry, the retail educator at Specialized Bicycles, author and speaker, is working with Myagi to offer 11 "Leading Out Retail" training videos and quizzes. Perry will help provide useful content to help motivate ...
  • Study claims Fitbit trackers are ‘highly inaccurate’cnbc.com - A class action lawsuit against Fitbit may have grown teeth following the release of a new study which claims the company's popular heart rate trackers are "highly inaccurate," based on the findings of Researchers at the Californi...
  • Brooks Releases Global Run Happy Report Ahead Of Global Running Dayfootwearnews.com - For the past four years, Brooks has put together prior to Global Running Day its Global Run Happy Report, which discovers revelations about runners worldwide. This year’s report uncovered what people think about when ru...
  • Sam Hill, Chain Reaction Cycles Team Up with Leatt12newsnow.com - Leatt Corporation, a global developer, marketer and distributor of personal protective equipment for all forms of sports, announced that it has signed a sponsorship agreement with the Chain Reaction Cycles (CRC) Team. The C...
  • Ascent Protein Launched Today as the Official Performance Nutrition of Spartan Racenewschannel10.com - Ascent™ Protein, launched as the Official Sponsor of Hard Work™. It also announced it is the Official Performance Nutrition sponsor of Spartan Race through May 2017. As part of the sponsorship, Ascent will sample its...
  • Friday, May 20, 2016
  • FDA Warns of Tendon Damage Linked to Antibioticsrunnersworld.com - Last week, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued stronger warnings about a class of antibiotics called fluoroquinolones—and side effects that could prove devastating to runners. Runners can be vulnerable to injur...
  • An ‘Added Sugar’ Label Is On The Way For Packaged Foodnpr.org - The new, redesigned "Nutrition Facts" label is coming with a separate line showing how much sugar has been added to each food. The Food and Drug Administration has announced that the new label will be required on most packaged foo...
  • 2XU Adds Global Team Wear Managersportsonesource.com - 2XU North America, a leading athletic compression and performance apparel company, welcomed Greg Demgen to the position of team wear sales and service manager. Demgen joined 2XU after previously working as the Director...
  • Trek, Shimano, Cannondale and other major brands commit to Interbike’s fall event in North Carolinabicycleretailer.com - Interbike says momentum is increasing for its new fall trade event in North Carolina, the Fall CycloFest. The event organizer announced that Trek Bicycle is among the major brands committed to display at CycloFest to b...
  • Thursday, May 19, 2016
  • USA Cycling, Partners Present Project 2016usacycling.org - USA Cycling, Felt Bicycles and nine best-in-class partners have combined to create Project 2016, a revolutionary team pursuit bicycle and supporting technology ecosystem designed to make the 2016 World Champion women’s pu...
  • Organizers of Short Half Marathon Offer Discount to Make Amendsrunnersworld.com - The organizer of the Wild Half in Wildwood and North Wildwood, New Jersey, is apologizing and offering discounted entry for 2017 after finding Sunday’s half-marathon course was short, after an unknown number of runners ...
  • Fitbit acquires wearable payment assets from Silicon Valley firm Coinlatimes.com - Fitbit Inc. has acquired the wearable payments platform of Silicon Valley financial tech company Coin, setting its sights on the future of payment options. The maker of wearable fitness trackers said the asset acquisition from...
  • Scott USA recalls bikes and framesets over seatpost concernsbicycleretailer.com - Scott USA is recalling several models of road and cyclocross bikes, along with some framesets, that were spec'd with its house-brand Syncros seatposts because the posts can break. The company has received 11 reports of...
  • ASI investigating how Costco got some SE Bikesbicycleretailer.com - Advanced Sports International, the owner of SE Bikes, said it is investigating how Costco got about 50 of its bikes, which the warehouse retailer has been selling at its stores around the country. ASI said it did not c...
  • Trelock acquired by Kryptonite parent Allegioncyclingindustry.news - Allegion Plc, the parent of Kryptonite among other global security labels has agreed the purchase of Trelock GmbH and related companies. Trelock is a leader in the German bicycle market with a strong footprint through...
  • RECALL: 130,000 Rocky Mountain Bicyclessportsonesource.com - Rocky Mountain Bicycles issued a recall of roughly 17,300 of its bikes sold in the United States and 61,000 sold in Canada after finding an open quick release lever on the bicycle’s front wheel hub can come into con...
  • Wednesday, May 18, 2016
  • And the fittest city in the U.S. is …usatoday.com - Washington, D.C., is the fittest city in the United States for the third year in a row, according to a ranking of the 50 largest metropolitan areas in the country. The nation’s capital was closely followed by Minneapolis-St...
  • Swiftwick Ups B2B Commitment With Dealer Shipping Programsportsonesource.com - Swiftwick, a leading athletic performance sock company, launched a Free Shipping Program for its specialty retailers. The goal behind the new program is to give dealers the opportunity to maximize turns, minimize stock...
  • Strava Introduces Live Segments for iPhone and Androidlavamagazine.com - Strava, the social network for athletes, introduces Live Segments for mobile devices, the latest Premium feature to inspire athletes to improve their performance. Ideal for the millions of cyclists and runners who use a m...
  • Regular Running Can Cut Cancer Riskrunnersworld.com - A new study in The Journal of the American Medical Association found people who exercise regularly are associated with a greatly reduced risk of certain kinds of cancer. The researchers found that women who exercised had ...
  • Tuesday, May 17, 2016
  • Olympic Committee Retesting Samples From Past Games To Catch Drug Cheatsrunnersworld.com - Using new methods of analysis, the International Olympic Committee has retested 454 doping samples from the 2008 Beijing Games, with 31 athletes from six sports caught for drug violations. They are targeting athletes who ...
  • Monday, May 16, 2016
  • Exercise May Cut Risk of 13 Cancerswebmd.com - Exercise may significantly reduce your risk for many types of cancer, including some of the most lethal forms of the disease, a large review suggests.
    How Women Took Over the World of Runningwsj.com - Across most long and short race distances, women now outnumber men - a rise fueled by social and charity groups. They made up 57% of the 17 million U.S. race finishers in 2015, according to industry-backed tracker Running USA. An...
  • Leatt revenue up 20 percent in first quarterbicycleretailer.com - Protective gear maker Leatt Corp. said its revenue increased 20 percent in the first quarter, to $4.8 million, up from $4 million in the same period last year.
    New sponsors and international expansion for TOUGHMANtriathlonbusiness.com - The TOUGHMAN Half series of half iron distance races across the Americas has confirmed the addition of ORCA wetsuits, CLIF Bar, Altra run shoes, Symantec, Security Risk Advisors, and Polar Electronics as series spons...

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