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Must Reads: Nailing bad drivers on video, doping rules too strict?

Sydney Morning Herald: Cyclists put mettle to the pedal to capture collisions Cyclists have found a new weapon in their battle to stay safe on the roads – the video camera. They are mounting the tiny cameras to their helmets or handlebars to film accidents or near misses. Police…

Sydney Morning Herald: Cyclists put mettle to the pedal to capture collisions

Cyclists have found a new weapon in their battle to stay safe on the roads – the video camera. They are mounting the tiny cameras to their helmets or handlebars to film accidents or near misses. Police say they are willing to use the footage as evidence.

Washington Post: Is the anti-doping net cast too broadly?

Basketball star Diana Taurasi’s doping suspension was lifted this month after a Turkish lab admitted it erred: She hadn’t tested positive after all. That same week, the Spanish cycling federation cleared Alberto Contador of doping charges, ruling that contaminated meat – not performance-enhancing drugs – caused his positive test at last year’s Tour de France.