Inside Cycling | Riders, governing organization in stalemate over radio ban

The use of technology in sports is nothing new, and neither is the controversy surrounding it. Instant replay in baseball, for instance, has been as hotly debated as anything else in sports of late. The inadequacy of referees in the 2010 FIFA World Cup sparked more than a few calls for the use of technological […]


Inside Cycling | For Tour champ, innocent after proven guilty

Guilty, not guilty, guilty — who knows! That is exactly the sort of ride that Alberto Contador and the International Cycling Union (UCI) have taken us on over the past few months and the last three weeks or so in particular. As the debate over Contador’s innocence or guilt has raged on, cycling fans worldwide […]


Inside Cycling | Contador guilty of doping; title lost

Cycling received another major blow this week when the Spanish Cycling Federation announced its verdict on the recent case against three-time and reigning Tour de France champion Alberto Contador. The verdict: guilty. The punishment: a one-year ban and the loss of his 2010 title. Before getting into the implications of this revelation, we need to […]


The Wheel and Chain | Whatever your plans, enjoy the ride

Editor’s Note: Evan Cooper is a rising junior, a sports editor for the Daily and an aspiring professional cyclist. He races for the Tufts Cycling Team and for the elite amateur squad Team Ora presented by Independent Fabrication. This series will chronicle his season as he tries to make racing into more than just a […]


On race day, it’s peanut butter jelly time

Editor’s Note: Evan Cooper is a sophomore, a sports editor for the Daily and an aspiring professional cyclist. He races for the Tufts Cycling Team and for the elite amateur squad Team Ora presented by Independent Fabrication. This series will chronicle his season as he tries to make racing into more than just a hobby. […]


The Wheel and Chain | On race day, it’s peanut butter jelly time

Editor’s Note: Evan Cooper is a sophomore, a sports editor for the Daily and an aspiring professional cyclist. He races for the Tufts Cycling Team and for the elite amateur squad Team Ora presented by Independent Fabrication. This series will chronicle his season as he tries to make racing into more than just a hobby. […]


Allen, Barron rack up NESCAC track and field awards

At the end of the NESCAC track and field season, the Jumbos have proven why they are one of the premier programs in the region. Following the conference championships at the Ellis Oval and Dussault Track this past Saturday, the NESCAC Track & Field All-Conference Teams were announced, and Tufts collected two prestigious awards. Receiving […]


The Wheel and Chain | Road rash and razor raves

Editor’s Note: Evan Cooper is a sophomore, a sports editor for the Daily and an aspiring professional cyclist. He races for the Tufts Cycling Team and for the elite amateur squad Team Ora presented by Independent Fabrication. This series will chronicle his season as he tries to make racing into more than just a hobby. […]


A Cyclist’s Tale | Stupid is as stupid doesn’t

Editor’s Note: Evan Cooper is a sophomore, a sports editor for the Daily and an aspiring professional cyclist. He races for the Tufts Cycling Team and for the elite amateur squad Team Ora presented by Independent Fabrication. This series will chronicle his season as he tries to make racing into more than just a hobby. […]


The Wheel and Chain: A Cyclist’s Tale | Deadlines and finish lines

Editor’s Note: Evan Cooper is a sophomore, a sports editor for the Daily and an aspiring professional cyclist. He races for the Tufts cycling team and for the elite amateur squad Team Ora presented by Independent Fabrication. This series will chronicle his season as he tries to make racing into more than just a hobby. […]


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