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Sabrina: Why I've joined The Line - 2 February 2017

When I started playing football at the age of 12, even though it wasn’t that long ago, it was still rare for a female to play alongside the boys. For the two years I lined-up next and against them, boys were often taken aback by seeing a female running, kicking and tackling on the same field. I suspect their initial reaction came from a fear of hurting me but I am sure they often left the field or training track with a completely different view. When I hear that one in four young people ag...
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New group (RPM Events) to promote more US professional cycling races next year - 21 September, 2016

Businessmen from Colorado and Virginia have formed a new company that will promote races in their home states while seeking a more financially stable business model, according to an announcement today from the RPM Events Group. Colorado's Ken Gart and David Koff have joined forces with Richmond world championships organiser Tim Miller to form RPM Events Group in hopes of continuing "the competitive racing culture both communities have embraced for many years." "We have assembled a group of comm...
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2015 World Championships still buzzing in Richmond with Economic Impact of $161 Million - 18 December 2015

The 2015 UCI Road World Championships held in Richmond, Virginia, in September has been heralded as an overall success by the Mayor Dwight Jones for having an estimated $161 million impact on the city of Richmond and surrounding region. Richmond 2015, organizers of the event, released the economic impact report of the 10-day event in an announcement Friday. “People all over the world have been buzzing about Richmond and the Commonwealth of Virginia since the world's best cyclists challenged fo...
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Style Weekly Interview: The Chief Operating Officer of Richmond 2015 Talks Communication, Tips For Commuters and the American Spin on the Race - 15 September 2015

With the UCI Road World Championships just days away, Tim Miller, chief operating officer of Richmond 2015, is putting the last touches on what residents can only hope will be a logistical masterpiece. Four years of planning have led to this moment, and Miller and his board of directors have worked to make sure that everything’s been covered, as wide-ranging as traffic, safety and engaging spectators. Miller brought his expertise as a former elite amateur cyclist to the planning table as well. ...
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Richmond 2015 & route changes announced - 27 February 2015

The schedule for the 2015 World Championships in Richmond has been revealed. Organisers of the event have also announced a number of minor changes to the route previously announced in February last year. The eight-day competition will take place between September 20 and 27, with a day of team time trial training on Saturday before racing commences. There is little surprise in the general schedule with the team time trial kicking things off as it has for the last three editions of the World Cha...
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Things you need to know about Tim Miller, COO of Richmond 2015 (2015 UCI Road Cycling World Champs)

Tell us the basics: Who are you, what’s your company’s name and how long have you been at this company? I’m Tim Miller, the chief operating officer at Richmond 2015, the organizing committee for the 2015 UCI Road World Championships (Sept. 19-27, 2015) and the 2014 USA Cycling Collegiate Road Nationals (May 2-4, 2014). I founded the organization in 2003 as the CapTech Foundation, which operated the CapTech Classic cycling event until 2006. The organization became Richmond 2015 in May of 2011....
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