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This beer voted best in America…again

For the fourth straight year Bell's Two Hearted Ale has been voted the best beer in America by Zymurgy, a magazine by the American Homebrewers Association. In such a saturated American craft beer market, continuing to win best beer is no small feat. — Read the rest
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How bike shops kept up with America's 121% spike in demand

As bikes became a means of recreation, exercise, and commuting during coronavirus shutdowns, bike companies were facing growing demand. In March, leisure-bike sales jumped 121% in the US. But when Lunar New Year and COVID-19 outbreaks shut down bike-manufacturing factories in China, bike companies also had to contend with a shortage of the now super-popular bikes. Business Insider stopped by the Linus Bike warehouse in Los Angeles and State Bicycle's shop in Tempe, Arizona, to see how the compa...
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12 tricks Steve Jobs, Jeff Bezos, and other famous execs used to run meetings

At Amazon, people aren't only expected to participate in meetings, they're obliged to speak up if they disagree with something that was said. Getty Images The overwhelming majority of business leaders find most meetings largely unproductive, per a 2017 survey conducted by the Harvard Business Review. Unproductive meetings are usually caused by having too many people in the room, not having an agenda, or simply meeting too often. Successful executives like Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk, and...
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His goal was never to be the only American winner of the Tour de France. But that's what happened.

Greg LeMond in Paris in 1990, after winning his third Tour de France title. Tony Duffy/ALLSPORT via Getty Images On Saturday, 176 riders will start the Tour de France in Nice with hopes of finishing in Paris on September 20. The race is starting two months later than planned because of the coronavirus.The organizer and the 22 teams say they're taking precautions to keep the riders safe from COVID-19, including wearing masks, social distancing, and limiting attendance.There are just three Am...
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Tiger Woods is Getting a Two-Part HBO Sports Documentary Produced By Oscar Winner Alex Gibney

Following the success of the Michael Jordan and Chicago Bulls documentary The Last Dance earlier this year, ESPN fast-tracked several more sports documentaries to help fill the void left by the absence of the regularly scheduled sports seasons this summer. Now HBO Sports is jumping on the bandwagon later this year with the two-part documentary series Tiger, a look at the rise, fall and surprising triumphant return of one of the greatest golfers of our time, Tiger Woods. HBO Sports is teaming ...
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‘Born to Play’ Trailer: ESPN Debuts Documentary About Women’s Tackle Football Team

The Boston Renegades were born to play. The women’s tackle football team is the subject of the latest ESPN documentary, Born to Play, which follows the athletes throughout their 2018 season as they tried to capture the WFA national championship. Watch the Born to Play trailer below. Born to Play Trailer “Being on the field just makes me feel alive. I feel that’s where I’m supposed to be.” ESPN’s latest documentary, Born to Play, delves into the little-known world of women’s tackle footb...
Tags: Movies, Documentary, Football, Michael Jordan, Espn, Movie Trailers, Bruce Lee, Lance Armstrong, Lieberman, WFA, BORN TO PLAY, Viridiana Lieberman, Boston Renegades, Variety Football

This Week In Trailers: Athlete A, Looks That Kill, Foodie Love, The Racer, Say I Do

Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget: What better way to hone your skills as a thoughtful moviegoer than by deconstructing these little pieces of advertising? This week we hunt a human predator, ride competitively on our Huffy, put a spin on drop-dead gorgeous, go on a delicious blind date, and find ...
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First Trailer for Irish Cycling Drama 'The Racer' Featuring Louis Talpe

"Why risk your life like that?" Screen has revealed the first promo trailer for an indie cycling drama titled The Racer, made by filmmaker Kieron J. Walsh, and supported by Screen Ireland and Blinder Films. This trailer is to help promote the film as it is being sold at the Cannes Market coming up this month, although it has a US distributor already, but no release date set yet. The film tells the true story of a professional cyclist named Dom Chabol, a Belgian support rider. After being dro...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, France, US, Lance Armstrong, Indies, Dom, Blinder, To Watch, Karel Roden, Cannes Market, Screen Ireland, Kieron J Walsh, Louis Talpe, Dom Chabol, Matteo Simoni Tara Lee Iain Glen

Johan Bruyneel: It's the hypocrisy that has hurt the most

'All the champions in cycling history were the best of their generation' says Lance Armstrong's former team manage
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Lance Armstrong: The man who 'gained the world but lost his soul'

Betsy Andreu is frustrated. She's just watched the first two hours of Lance Armstrong sharing what the disgraced cyclist calls "his truth" in ESPN's recent 30-for-30 documentary. She isn't buying it.
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Why do we keep listening to Lance Armstrong?

For some reason, Armstrong keeps getting opportunities at redemption he clearly hasn't earned and continues to throw away.
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Did we need another Lance Armstrong documentary?

The Lance Armstrong story has been told a lot, but finding out whether time has healed old wounds remains a fascinating journey.
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Lance Armstrong’s Football Player Son Says He Won’t Be Like His Dad

Luke Armstrong explained why he wouldn't invite comparisons with his disgraced cyclist father in an ESPN documentary.
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Lance Armstrong documentary on ESPN ends with moral contrast to his son, martyr-like speech

ESPN's two-part "30-for-30" film about disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong finishes with details of his downfall.         [Author: USA TODAY]
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Lance Armstrong does not like the Greg LeMond section of his ESPN documentary

The director of "Lance" tells Insider the part of her documentary Lance Armstrong told her he doesn't like.
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Indiana doctors discuss another side of Lance Armstrong: Cancer fighter

Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong has a complicated past, but Indiana doctors say he has done more for the cancer community than any other athlete.         [Author: Indianapolis Star]
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Lance Armstrong, Jan Ullrich and a Tour de France rivalry that brought tears

Lance Armstrong breaks down into tears in Sunday's second episode of his ESPN documentary.
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‘Be Water’ Trailer: ESPN’s New ’30 for 30′ Film Chronicles the Iconic Bruce Lee

In the wake of the fantastic Michael Jordan-centric documentary series The Last Dance, which broke viewership records for ESPN, the sports network is hoping that its slate of 30 for 30 documentaries is able to keep audiences’ attention. They’re currently airing Lance, a multi-part look at the life and controversy of cyclist Lance Armstrong, but coming up next month, they’ll tackle a subject that seems likely to attract the attention of folks outside of sports fandom: martial arts legend Bruce L...
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Tyler Hamilton casts doubts on Lance Armstrong's 'truth'

Former US Postal rider reacts to ESPN 30 for 30 documentary
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Filippo Simeoni: Lance Armstrong deserves a second chance

Italian rider on his 2004 exchange with the American, and Armstrong's subsequent apology
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Lance Armstrong’s Tour De F-Bomb In ESPN Doc Riles Up Critics

The disgraced cyclist got "Lance" off to a rousing four-letter start.
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Director of the Lance Armstrong ESPN documentary said the only way to get him to open up was to have him exercise before an interview

"Lance" director Marina Zenovich told Insider the trick to getting Lance Armstrong to give revealing answers.
Tags: News, Entertainment, Lance Armstrong, Lance, Marina Zenovich, Lance Armstrong ESPN

Opinion: Enough is enough. Let this be the end of Lance Armstrong's story

ESPN's new Lance Armstrong documentary proves the disgraced cyclist has nothing new to say. So let this be the end of his story for good.         [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, News, Espn, Usa Today, Lance Armstrong

Lance Armstrong timeline: cancer, Tour de France, doping admission

Lance Armstrong beat testicular cancer to win a record seven Tour de France titles, then was found guilty of and admitted to doping during all of them.
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Lance Armstrong says in film that stepfather 'beat the (expletive) out of me'

Part 1 of ESPN 30 for 30 film about Lance Armstrong delves into the corporal punishment the controversial cyclist received.         [Author: USA TODAY]
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Lance Armstrong ESPN documentary details forgery, grudges and 10,000 lies

Lance Armstrong saga still fascinates and is why ESPN is airing a new film about him. "He's likeable ... but he also did horrible things to people."         [Author: USA TODAY]
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Lance Armstrong apparently not in love with ESPN documentary in which he stars

The former cyclist gave the filmmaker generous access for two-part film on ESPN about his rise and fall. Although, he isn't totally in love with it.         [Author: USA TODAY]
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Lance Armstrong admits that doping could have caused his testicular cancer

Disgraced Texan admits he first doped when he was 21 and a neo-pro
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Lance Armstrong admits to first doping ‘probably at 21’

Paris (AFP) – Disgraced former American cyclist Lance Armstrong has revealed he first started doping from the age of 21, during his first season as a professional. “Wow, straight to the point, probably 21,” Armstrong... Visit for the rest of the story.
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LANCE: ESPN 30 for 30 documentary revisits the world of Lance Armstrong

“The first time you you ever doped, how old were you?” Based on one of the preview clips from the upcoming ESPN 30 for 30 documentary, “Lance” may cover some “sensitive topics.” Immediately after asking that of Lance, the clip goes on to include the same question posited to George Hincapie, David Zabriskie, Jonathan Vaughters, […] The post LANCE: ESPN 30 for 30 documentary revisits the world of Lance Armstrong appeared first on Bikerumor.
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