Justice Renders In The Case Of Lance Armstrong

The attorney regarded claims of Lance Armstrong as baseless. The fight between the two parties is continuing where both the parties are defending their case. Armstrong apparently has 12 titles to his claim of defences.

The case is being narrowed by the government. Care is taken to limit the defence of Armstrong. The case is going on forever it seems apparently which is not good for the sport. It should have a positive vibe to it and not negative. Unfortunately, it is drawing unnecessary attention from all around. The claim that is going around is false. The case seems to be going on for long and at times there is reversal. There is chance that lot of limitations will be put in to stop the usage of time and other activities.

Damage if suffered is not going to be repaired according to the court of United States. The contention over some issue or the other keeps on going on. The exact time of resolution of the case is yet to be known. Other riders are not having any sort of encouragement as far as such issue is concerned and it becomes difficult to judge the case. However, it is the judge who is going to decide how long the case is going to be prolonged and the verdict goes in whose favour.

The job of the attorneys is proving to be exhaustive and it is a signal that the case is going to be prolonged. The motions written by both the sides are well researched which is making it tough for the judge to take decision in any one side’s favour. The resources are substantial for both the sides which are strong. The defence has to be on the affirmative side otherwise there is no point of continuing the case.

Bradley Wiggins Wins The Individual Time Trial In Britain Tour

At nine minutes and 50.71 seconds, Sir Bradley Wiggins won the stage 8a’s individual time trial in 2014’s Tour of Britain. He did the circuit of 8.8 kms at eight seconds ahead of Sylvain Chavanel and nine seconds faster than Steve Cummings. Sylvain was the runner-up and Steve secured the third place. This win in the penultimate leg of the tour puts Wiggins at the overall third position. At the top it’s Dylan van Baarle from Holland who holds the position at 19 seconds ahead of Michal Kwiatkowski of Poland.

At the age of 34, Wiggins is looking forward to the upcoming Olympics in 2016. He is aiming at one last gold medal at Rio in two years’ time.

Wiggins had won the Tour of Britain in 2013. This year, he began the 8a with a lag of 47 seconds at seventh. However he rolled the ramp to stage his success. In the course between Whitehall and Tower Hill, by halfway he had managed to create a gap of 5 seconds with Sylvain Chavanel. This gap went on to stretch to 8 seconds by the end. The Tour of Britain remains one of the hardest races of a year according to most racers.

The race is tricky and involves straight up fights between contenders. After the race Wiggins shared that the race this year was quite tough, specially the pattern along with the time bonuses and the style of his fellow racers. Apparently, all the factors did not favor his racing style.  Wiggins was optimistic after the race and was happy to ascertain that he is in correct shape and requires little improvements before his upcoming objective. Wiggins’ return to the Tour of Britain next year is uncertain. It depends on his contract negotiation with Team Sky. His deal with Team Sky is being worked out as of now and he expects to meet them in the following weeks.

Hoy strongly condemns Bolt’s criticism on Commonwealth

Usain Bolt’s insensible comment on Commonwealth Games has naturally earned severe criticism from famous sport personalities of the world and the latest to criticize it is Sir Chris Hoy. Condemning Bolt’s remark as “a shame”, the 6-time gold medalist has commented that the sprint superstar has done something really derogatory by looking down upon the prestigious sporting event.

As per the reports, the speediest man is claimed to have said that the 2014 Commonwealth Games were “a tad s***” & that he is not actually having a great time in Glasgow.

However, the Jamaican sprinter has denied any claim regarding his derogatory comment on Commonwealth Games. He even remarked such an allegation as “nonsense” but Scottish media too has declared full confidence in their report about Bolt.

“I have not heard anyone saying anything derogatory as this”, remarked Sir Hoy adding that he has not met any athlete who has not been so blown away here (the Games).

“It is a matter of great shame if Bolt has yet I will say that take 99.9 percent of athletes’ opinion & use that as the barometer.”

Usain is believed to have passed the derogatory comment outside athletes’ village yet his Twitter posts were strong on denial.

“I am getting up to such kind of nonsense…journalists kindly do not create such lies for headlines”, was the tweet from Bolt.

The Jamaican sprinter later described his experience at Commonwealth 2014 as nothing but “awesome” while heading to female netball game between New Zealand & Jamaica.

Usain’s manager too refuted the claims as “rubbish”

“The ambience in & around the stadium is just fantastic & I don’t have a single cue on where such quotes are coming from”, said Ricky Simms, the manager of the Jamaican athlete.