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In the realm of competitive cycling, the line between dedication and addiction can be ultra-fine. Sports psychologist Dr Josephine Perry searches for a meaningful distinction

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Research has shown that you can improve fitness by periodising your nutrition with your training, matching your diet to your daily workload. Anita Bean investigates

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The climb begins from the picture postcard setting of Buttermere. This is the opposite side to that used in the Fred Whitton Challenge and has famously been used in many…