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Kenya Sevens seek fresh start at Safari 7s

By AYUMBA AYODIMore by this Author “We have had eight weeks of training and I think it’s enough time to fine tune and string up a few things. We want to try them out at Safari Sevens as we look at the bigger picture,” said Shujaa captain Andrew Amonde adding …

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How Michael Kors Became an Empire

Lothar’s was situated across from Bergdorf Goodman, and one day in 1981, Dawn Mello, the store‘s legendary fashion director, spotted Kors, resplendent in one such outfit, setting up a window display, at which point, by her own account, she barreled across the street to find out who the designer was. …

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Michael Matthews beats Peter Sagan to claim GP de Québec 2019

Michael Matthews (Sunweb) successfully defended his GP de Québec title after beating Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe) in the bunch sprint finish of the 2019 edition. The Australian was the only one of the top three not involved in a small breakaway group that went away with 2km to go, bursting through …

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Aberdeen man sets sights on Machu Picchu cycle in memory of cousin

A north-east man will undertake a gruelling 11-day, 235-mile charity cycle challenge through the mountains of Peru to raise funds for Scotland’s largest children’s charity. Gideon Harmsworth will join other cyclists from around the world at what must be one of the world’s most picturesque start lines – the 15th-Century …

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Author Michael van Orsouw: Switzerland Therefore loves Royals – view

Michael van Orsouw: That’s not entirely true. Switzerland was part of the Habsburg Empire, and had emperors and kings as the top Chefs. But sure. According to the Research for this book, I would go even further: The Swiss have a big soft spot for blue-blooded – and had been …

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Elia Viviani continues Deceuninck-Quick-Step’s season of success at RideLondon

Elia Viviani (Deceuninck-Quick-Step) escaped being caught up in a large crash in the closing stages to win the sprint in London, edging out Sam Bennett (Bora-Hansgrohe), who lost teammates in the pileup. Having led out his teammate, Michael Morkov (Deceuninck-Quick-Step) held on for third. After a large crash impacted the …

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Elia Viviani sprints to victory at the RideLondon-Surrey Classic 2019

Elia Viviani (Deceuninck – Quick-Step) won the RideLondon-Surrey Classic 2019, beating Sam Bennett (Bora-Hansgrohe) in the bunch sprint finish. Viviani’s team-mate Michael Mørkøv finished third, after an exemplary lead-out that secured the win for the Italian. Jasper Stuyven (Trek-Segafredo) finished fourth and Amund Grøndahl Jansen (Jumbo-Visma) fifth, with 20-year-old Ethan …

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Astro-tourism trail brings stargazers to Western Australia, where the Milky Way awaits

Posted July 14, 2019 05:07:05 Photo: Michael Goh spends a fair bit of time stargazing in his specialty as an astro-photographer. (Supplied: Michael Goh) There’s nothing like standing under the Milky Way to put your problems into perspective, according to professional photographer Michael Goh. “The humility of being under the …

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A Critic Calls Stephanie Izard’s Peruvian Hotspot ‘Machu Picchu for Millennials’

Michael Nagrant calls Cabra the “Machu Picchu for Millennials, cougars, and horticultural enthusiasts.” Stephanie Izard’s Peruvian-inspired restaurant is Chicago’s hottest “scene” at the moment, playing host to both the “well-worn” and the “dewy-eyed Instagramming elites. ” Those familiar with Izard’s “friendly culinary colonization” will likely love the food. The ceviche …

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Here’s What Michael Kors and Gigi Hadid Always Keep in Their Carry-on Luggage

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