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  1. Niseko

    Astana In Trouble

    The fastest guy on the team is clean though. Don't you worry about him. http://cyclingtips.com.au/2014/11/fourth-rider-linked-to-astana-team-tests-positive-okishev-fails-a-test-for-steroids/ Fourth rider linked to Astana team tests positive; Okishev fails A test for steroids Will latest case tip the balance for the Kazakhstani team when Licence Commission assesses WorldTour place? By Shane Stokes - November 19, 2014 Already set to face the UCI Licence Commission which will decide whether or not the team should be given a WorldTour licence for 2015, the doping cloud the Astana team is under has darkened with the news that a fourth rider with links to the team has tested positive. The UCI announced Wednesday that the Kazakhstani rider Victor Okishev has tested positive for anabolic androgenic steroids. Okishev is a member of Astana’s Continental team, a feeder squad for the WorldTour outfit, and was tested at the Asian Cycling Championships on May 29 of this year. He became a stagiaire with the Continental team in August 2013 and graduated to a full contract with the team prior to the start of the 2014 season. His results this year include fourth in the country’s under 23 time trial championships as well as top ten placings on stages of the Vuelta Mexico and the Tour de Korea. The UCI said that Okishev has been provisionally suspended and has the right to request and attend the analysis of the B sample. If that confirms the A result or if he decides not to have his B sample tested, he could face a lengthy ban. Astana’s spate of positives began on September 10 when the UCI confirmed that Valentin Iglinskiy had failed a doping test taken on the opening day of the Eneco Tour on August 11. The A sample had revealed traces of EPO. The rider waived the right to have his B sample tested and was fired from the Astana team. On October 1st the UCI’s list of provisionally suspended riders revealed that his older brother Maxim Iglinskiy had also failed an A sample test for the same substance. The former Liège-Bastogne-Liège and Strade Bianche winner was part of Vincenzo Nibali’s Tour de France winning team and was tested on August 1st, one day before he finished 26th in the Clasica San Sebastian. He too has decided against getting the B sample tested, although not before the Astana team indicated that he would do so and were able to ride Il Lombardia and the Tour of Almaty as a result. A member of the MPCC anti-doping organisation, the team would otherwise have had to sit out those races under that body’s rules. On October 16 the UCI revealed that a third rider, Kazakhstan’s national champion Ilya Davidenok, tested positive on August 27, shortly after winning stage four of the Tour de l’Avenir. His A sample analysis revealed the presence of anabolic androgenic steroids. He has ridden for Astana’s Continental team since January 1 2012, and became a stagiaire with the Astana Pro Team on August 1 of this year. He won the Tour of Qinghai Lake in July and placed eighth in the world under 23 road race championships in September. Although the latest positive isn’t linked to a rider racing with the WorldTour team, it further enforces claims that the team is either tolerant of doping or simply not doing enough to try to ensure its riders are clean. The UCI’s Licence Commission assessment will seek to determine if the problem goes beyond the positive riders. It will consider if the team itself should be sanctioned.
  2. My daughter has just decided teaching isn't her go, so has dropped out of uni. She is currently looking (supposedly) for a full time job to turn into a career, but is working near full time at a local fish n chip shop. She is getting between $400 and $650 per week. She was told all along that we would support her while she was at uni, but once she left she would have to pay board. So, the question: How much is reasonable for board? When I started work 30 years ago I was paying $50 per week, and was getting about the same dollars as she is now. My thought is $50/week.
  3. The Kingy Tri is back! Come celebrate the 10th anniversary of the event with us! With the rising of the sun on Sunday the 23rd of November, people young and old, boys and girls will once again merge on the shores of Kingscliff to participe in the Kids, Tempta, Sprint or Olympic distance Triathlon. There are twelve event categories on offer to cater for everyone, no matter age or fitness level. Tempta and Sprint distances are perfect for those who are not quite ready to tackle the full Olympic distance. Participants can also choose to only compete in one leg in the Olympic or Sprint Relays. The popular ‘5km Fun Run’ and the ‘62km Social Ride’ will be held on the first day (Saturday 22 Nov), and welcomes both experienced runners and beginners. The title gives it away… it’s all about having fun, and enjoying the great atmosphere and beautiful scenery. Register now on www.kingsclifftri.com.au KT10 flyer.pdf KT10 flyer.pdf KT10 flyer.pdf
  4. The Kingscliff Triathlon is situated in one of the most stunning coastlines in Australia. Swim in the safe Cudgen Creek, cycling along the coast line on the flat and fast course and run by the beach in either the Junior, Tempta or Olympic Events. Run biannually in March and November. November also has the Australian University Championships incorporated into its event program. Friends, families and spectators are invited to attend and enjoy a great community event with kids, learn to try, sprint and Olympic distance races offering something to everyone. Bring the family and friends and enjoy our Saturday events: 62km Social Ride: ride around the majestic tweed. 5km Fun Run: do it for the time, for the personal challenge or do it to enjoy the day with friends. ENTRIES ARE NOW OPEN ! For more info, check out our website http://www.kingsclifftri.com.au/ or contact us at office@qsmsports.com or 07 3124 6099.
  5. Save the day, the Kingscliff Triathlon is back better, faster & stronger ! The Kingscliff Triathlon is situated on one of the most stunning coastlines in Australia. Swim in open water or creek, cycle a fast circuit out to Chinderah and run between the beach and mansions of Salt. Olympic: Swim 1.5km - Ride 40km - Run 10km Tempta: Swim 300m - Ride 10km - Run 2.5km Junior 7-9 yrs: Swim 100m - Ride 3km - Run 500m Big Kids 10-12 yrs: Swim 200m - Ride 6 km - Run 1 km Bring the family and friends and enjoy our Saturday events: 62km Fusion Cycles Social Ride: start the morning with a ride around the majestic tweed. 5km Active Stride Zoot Fun Run: do it for the time, for the personal challenge or do it to enjoy the morning with friends. ENTRIES ARE NOW OPEN :-) Entry fees: Olympic: TA member $90 / Non TA member $110 Olympic teams: TA members $110 / Non TA members $135 Tempta: TA member $55 / Non TA member $60 Kids: TA member $35 / Non TA member $40 62km Fusion Cycles Social Ride: $25 5km Active Stride Zoot Fun Run: $10 For more info, check out our website www.qsmsports.com or contact us at office@qsmsports.com or 07 3124 6099.
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