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New outfitter takes e-biking to the next level

The Allred brothers have a solution to the overcrowding in Glacier National Park and other outdoor hotspots.

This summer, Kyle and Garren Allred are introducing Flathead Outdoors. They offer tours on electric bikes, electric dirt bikes, and traditional dirt bikes, as well as e-bike rentals.

With an arsenal of 18 bikes, they hope to get riders deep into the backcountry, fast.

“I wanted something unique and different, besides just going to Glacier National Park,” said Kyle. “Where we go, there are no tourists. It’s more of an adventure.”

The bikes are adventurous, but accessible, the Allreds stressed. The approachability has

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BBC – Travel – Why wild swimming is Britain’s new craze

In between lockdowns, on a miserable, cold January day, I took myself off to Clevedon, a coastal town near me on the Bristol Channel. I wrapped myself in warm clothing and walked to Marine Lake, a seawater pool built onto the natural coastline. To my surprise, I saw a group of giggling women emerging from the ice-cold water. Spluttering and chatting away, they awkwardly changed into their clothes under their towels. I stood and looked on in disbelief: it was freezing, but they were jubilant, defying the weather by going for a swim.

During the pandemic, the hobby of outdoor

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Kevin Durant and (Possibly) the Greatest Basketball Team of All Time

The best of the three superstars, however, is Kevin Durant. Durant is nearly seven feet tall, and he shoots 30-footers as if they are layups, and if any player has ever looked more natural or graceful on a basketball court, I have never seen him. Durant’s keynote is ease. He moves with a pure, unforced economy of motion, a frictionless glide, that makes him look almost indifferent to the action around him. He looks so elemental on a basketball court that you almost expect to find him mentioned in James Naismith’s 13 original rules for the game. (8. A goal

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Phil Foden: Manchester City midfielder Europe’s most valuable player, says CIES Football Observatory

Foden will be a part of England’s Euros campaign after helping City reclaim the Premier League title

English trio Phil Foden, Marcus Rashford and Mason Greenwood are the most valuable players in Europe’s top-five leagues, according to research group CIES Football Observatory.

Manchester City’s Foden tops the list at 190.2m euros (£163.4m), ahead of Manchester United duo Greenwood (£152.8m) and Rashford (£136.6m).

United playmaker Bruno Fernandes (£132.4m) is fifth on the list.

Chelsea’s Mason Mount, 22, is the 10th highest-priced player at £106.1m.

The CIES use a range of variablesexternal-link including a player’s age, performances, economic value of their

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Sick of the same old route? 14 fabulous ways to get out of your running rut | Running

Over the past year – perhaps because of stress, boredom, and a need to get a break from video meetings and homeschooled children – an estimated 7 million people in the UK have been running. Sportswear stores have reported a leap in sales of running gear, and downloads of the popular Couch to 5K app almost doubled. For the able-bodied among us, running has become a new way of life. But now, after many months – and with distractions creeping in as lockdown restrictions lift – how can you ensure your running regime sticks? Here is some expert advice

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Olympics-Australia swimming boss questions Sun’s Tokyo bid

MELBOURNE (Reuters) – Questions will be asked if Sun Yang is cleared to compete at the Olympics and performs well in the Tokyo pool, given he is banned from training through official channels in China, Australia swimming chief Kieren Perkins said.

Three-times Olympic gold medallist Sun is seeking to overturn an eight-year doping ban at the Court of Arbitration for Sport, which would allow him to swim at Tokyo.

“What will be fascinating to watch is if he is there and competes well, it will raise some pretty significant questions on China and the way they’ve managed disqualified athletes,” Swimming

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Unicaja reportedly considering Basketball Champions League



Stefan Djordjevic

08/Jun/21 13:42

Stefan Djordjevic

Unicaja might become the newest addition to the Basketball Champions League

By Eurohoops team/ [email protected]

The deadline for joining the 2021-22 7DAYS EuroCup season is getting closer and Unicaja Malaga has not yet gone through with its application.

The reason being, according to SUR, is that the club’s leadership has been weighing down which path to send the organization and has been considering participation in the Basketball Champions League.

The idea has been looming for weeks and it becomes more realistic with each day passing, as the deadline for

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Watch: Roma coach Mourinho on full stadiums ‘we need our football back’

New AS Roma coach Jose Mourinho talks full stadiums and a return to normality upon his return to Serie A.

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Mourinho, who takes charge of Roma this summer, is eager to see Italy’s stadiums full of fans again, insisting the game needs them attending games to make football whole.

The Portuguese returns to Italian football ten years after leading Inter Milan to a famous Treble and says he wants ‘our football’ back with Roma’s Olimpico stadium regularly sold-out next season.

– Mourinho was speaking on behalf of Mastercard

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How to Find a Race for Global Running Day 2021

man running in a park surrounded by flowers

Photo: Olena Yakobchuk (Shutterstock)

Today is Global Running Day, a worldwide event created to celebrate running and get more people moving generally. This year, all of the official events are virtual, so here’s our rundown of the different ways you can participate. Some are just for today, and others give you the option to participate any time this week.

The NYRR Virtual Global Running Day 1M

The main event is a free virtual race held by the New York Road Runners club and Strava. Register on the website and compete the event by logging a one-mile

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50 Athletes From Swimming’s U.S. Olympic Team Trials Wave I Qualify For Wave II

Aurora Roghair competes at U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Swimming Wave I on June 7, 2021 in Omaha, Neb.


Wave I of U.S. Olympic Team Trials—Swimming concluded on Monday evening, with 50 swimmers qualifying to compete in Wave II. The 50 swimmers qualified for Wave II by finishing first or second in at least one of the 28 finals held June 4-7 at the CHI Health Center Omaha. Of the 50, six qualified for Wave II in two events.

Wave II begins on Sunday, June 13, and over the following week, up to 52 American swimmers will qualify to compete

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