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National Cyclo Cross Champs 2017

The domestic cyclocross season drew to a close this weekend with the prestigious National Championships taking place at Peel Park in Bradford. Racing took place on both Saturday and Sunday with the Elite Women’s and Elite Mens events concluding the … Continue reading

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The Legend of Kenny Van Vlaminck

My career as a sports photographer has now reached its zenith and i am left asking myself “where do i go from here?” The reason? Well the great Kenny Van Vlaminck (KVV!)has chosen one of my photos of himself for … Continue reading

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Its Hinault vs Lemond 2

I have to confess to mixed feeling about this years Tour de France. On the one hand i would like to see Sir Bradleyness defend his title but on the other i really think the Froome Dog deserves his teams … Continue reading

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The Shape of Things to Come

Milan-San Remo proved to be as exciting as ever on Sunday and one particular rider can take great credit for it being so. I have long waved the flag for Ian Stannard and on Sunday he was described by tv … Continue reading

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National CycloCross Champs

I had the great pleasure today of watching the National Cyclocross Championships at Peel Park in Bradford. This was a truly terrific event with a field full of quality and quantity for all the races and an enthusiastic crowd to … Continue reading

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Ministry of Silly Walks

Team Sky, not content with world domination on the cycling scene are now trying to branch out in the field of unusual gaits. Here are a selection of photos from Jedburgh in this years Tour of Britain where the team … Continue reading

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Let it Be, Paul

I don’t wish to be controversial but how much better was the Olympic Closing Ceremony without Sir Macca? Legendary he may be but he aint no Roger Daltrey/Ray Davies these days  

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