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Review: Chas & Dave treat London to a sing-a-long of their biggest hits Special

London - The legendary 'rockney' duo brought their unmistakable sound to the Forum in Kentish Town on Saturday, December 10. Digital Journal was there.

Olympic gold medallist knocked off her bike

London - British gold medallist, Joanna Rowsell, has been hit by a car whilst cycling on Saturday. The member of the Great Britain Olympic team was cycling recreationally when she was knocked off her bike by a car.

New Year honours for London 2012 Olympians, Arise Sir Wiggo

The Queen's New Year honours list in the UK is kept a closely guarded secret. As the day draws near there is media speculation and finally revelations. Perhaps for her 2012 New Year honours list it should be no surprise that Olympians feature well.

2014 Tour de France will start in Yorkshire, UK

Leeds - The organisers of the annual Tour de France cycle race have announced that the 2014 Tour de France, the 101st in the series, will start in the county of Yorkshire in the north of England.

Review: 'Bradley Wiggins -- A Year in Yellow' Special

A documentary by Sky about Bradley Wiggins immediately suggests a mere publicity piece, something extracted by Sky in return for its sponsorship. Nothing could be further from the truth. The film is an honest and moving portrayal of a great cyclist.

Bradley Wiggins in hospital after crash

Wigan - Bradley Wiggins, Tour de France and Olympic champion, is in hospital with broken ribs after a traffic accident. Wiggins was knocked off his bike by a white van last night outside a petrol station near his Lancashire home.

Team GB Olympic cycling success: French blame British secrecy

The success of Team GB’s cyclists at the London 2012 Olympics just keeps biking on, and on with Sir Chris Hoy’s latest gold medal making him the most successful British Olympian ever, but the French suspect some Johnny English shenanigans!

Op-Ed: Wiggins calls for cycle helmets to be made compulsory

Britain's greatest Olympian and only Tour de France winner, Bradley Wiggins, last night called for cycle helmets to be made compulsory.

Bradley Wiggins wins Tour de France

Rambouillet - Greeted by thousands of people waving Union-Jacks on the Champs Elysees, Bradley Wiggins became the first Briton to win the Tour de France.

My Tour de France down to hard work, says Wiggins

Bradley Wiggins, the first British cyclist to wear the coveted yellow jersey five days in a row, claims his lead is simply down to hard work. His furious outburst was provoked by the constant suggestions that he is guilty of doping.

'A dream situation' says Wiggins of Tour de France

Bradley Wiggins stands on the threshold of history. Sometime later today, he will reach the half-way point of the Tour de France, but already pundits are claiming he will wear the famous yellow jersey on the podium in Paris.

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Thousands have joined the gold medal winner riding around the stunning landscapes of Lancashire. Thi...
Thousands have joined the gold medal winner riding around the stunning landscapes of Lancashire. This is where Bradley Wiggins trains.

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