I did have tentative plans to head over to Harrogate today to see the UCI World Championship cycling but, with the weather being as it was, I decided to watch from the warmth and dry of my living room. I have to say, however, that the rain made for an interesting watch and, with there being no lingering helicopters, most the television images were from ground level, adding to the reality of what must have been a tough, tough cycle for the cyclists battling not just each other but the elements…
These wonderful photographs from SWPix.com are worth a few moments of your time. Congratulations to the Dane, Mads Pederson, who won today’s race and all the other winners from earlier in the week.
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