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The Red Zinger/Coors Classic Bicycle Race: Commemorations and Re-Cycled Narratives

Shelley Lucas

create a monument to commemorate the Coors Classic and its role in the development of American cycling. The United States Cycling Monument was conceptualized in 2004 and the City of Boulder, Colorado, became formally involved in 2008. The monument was to be located in North Boulder Park—the site of the

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Who Are We Honoring? Extending the Ebony & Ivy Discussion to Include Sport Facilities

Robert Turick, Anthony Weems, Nicholas Swim, Trevor Bopp, and John N. Singer

of facilities—as well as plaques, monuments, and statutes—on college campuses named after/dedicated to slave owners, segregationists, and overt racists suggests that an examination of athletic facilities is both necessary and relevant to the field of sport management. This examination aligns with

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The Physical Demands and Power Profile of Professional Men’s Cycling Races: An Updated Review

Dajo Sanders and Teun van Erp

called the “Monuments” (ie, Milan–San Remo, Tour of Flanders, Paris–Roubaix, Liege–Bastogne–Liege, and Giro di Lombardia), which are considered to be the oldest, hardest, and most prestigious 1-day events in professional cycling. Furthermore, within professional cycling, races recognized by the Union

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Beyond Reconciliation: Calling for Land-Based Analyses in the Sociology of Sport

Ali Durham Greey and Alexandra Arellano

Bodies in the Gymnasium: Memory, Monument, Modernity , details an ethnography of War Memorial Gym, an athletic facility built at the University of British Columbia, “Canada,” in 1951. Vertinsky and McKay examine the ways in which War Memorial Gym, named in tribute to “Canadian” military projects, offers

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Environmental Protection in Nature-Based Sport Events: The Case of Olympus Marathon

Stavros Triantafyllidis and Kyriaki Kaplanidou

, located 300 m above sea level. Mount Olympus is the highest mountain in Greece. Its highest peak reaches 9,570 ft (2,917 m). It is a preserved national park and is listed as a “World Natural Heritage Monument” by United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO; Kaltsas et

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The Record Power Profile of Male Professional Cyclists: Fatigue Matters

Manuel Mateo-March, Pedro L. Valenzuela, Xabier Muriel, Alexis Gandia-Soriano, Mikel Zabala, Alejandro Lucia, Jesús G. Pallares, and David Barranco-Gil

teams during 8 years (2013–2021). The cohort included winners and several (N > 10) top 3 finishers, respectively, in the general classification of Grand Tours, adding in total >50 victories in individual Grand Tour stages and 1-day races including the World Championships and “Monument Classics.” The PO

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The Strategic Revolution: Scottish Ideals and Transnational Exchange in Golf Course Architecture, c. 1860s–1930s

Jordan Goldstein and Graeme Thompson

, the “royal and ancient” lineage of the game featured prominently in its evolving mythology. The Royal and Ancient: Mythological Inspiration The Old Course at St. Andrews stood as Scottish golf’s ultimate monument and inspiration. Incorporated in 1754, the links at St. Andrews, Fife, was for centuries

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The Record Power Profile of Male Professional Cyclists: Normative Values Obtained From a Large Database

Pedro L. Valenzuela, Xabier Muriel, Teun van Erp, Manuel Mateo-March, Alexis Gandia-Soriano, Mikel Zabala, Robert P. Lamberts, Alejandro Lucia, David Barranco-Gil, and Jesús G. Pallarés

-day races (including the World Championships [both mass start race and individual time trial] and “Monument Classics” such as Milan–San Remo, Paris–Roubaix, Liège-Bastien-Liège, or Flèche Wallonne). Following categories used in previous studies, 5 , 8 , 15 participants were also grouped in accordance

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Power Profile of Top 5 Results in World Tour Cycling Races

Teun van Erp, Robert P. Lamberts, and Dajo Sanders

“World Tour” (WT). Both single-day and multiday WT races exist and they include the most prestigious cycling races, such as the cycling “monuments” (ie, Milan-San Remo, Tour of Flanders, Paris-Roubaix, Liege-Bastogne-Liege, and Giro di Lombardia) and the 3 Grand Tours namely; the Giro d’Italia, Tour de

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Running Through Travel Career Progression: Social Worlds and Active Sport Tourism

Thomas J. Aicher, Richard J. Buning, and Brianna L. Newland

.]; visiting historical sites [monuments, statues, etc.]; visiting museums and/or art galleries), and other tourist activities. These responses were open ended and allowed the participants to indicate the number of times they had participated in the listed activities. The third section measured repeat