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Eight people have been killed in New York while riding their bikes since June, bringing the total number of deaths so far this year to 19. Above a memorial to one of the cyclists killed, Robyn Hightman. Aubri Juhasz/NPR hide caption

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In NYC, Cycling Deaths Increase But Gears Turn Slowly On Safety Measures

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Logan Davis #1 congratulates Ohio State Buckeyes teammate Nick Oddo #15 for scoring a goal on March 22, 2014. Hannah Foslien/Getty Images hide caption

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Underdiagnosed Male Eating Disorders Are Becoming Increasingly Identified

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Paul Sherwen's voice became almost inextricable from the Tour de France for English-speaking fans after a stellar career as a competitor. He covered the world's most famous cycling event for 33 years. Morne de Klerk/Getty Images hide caption

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Lawson Craddock is seen finishing the individual time trial on Saturday, assuring his ability to finish the Tour de France in Paris on the next day. Benoit Tessier/Reuters hide caption

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British Transport Secretary Chris Grayling, seen here after a Cabinet meeting at 10 Downing Street, is seen opening his car door on a passing cyclist in a video that was captured by a bike rider in London. Justin Tallis/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Peggy O'Neill stands outside Edmunds Elementary and Middle Schools in Burlington, Vt. She was one of the strongest advocates for the bike lane in her city but met a lot of resistance. Laurel Wamsley/NPR hide caption

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With Citizens' Help, Cities Can Build A Better Bike Lane — And More

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Kristin Armstrong won Olympic gold in the cycling time trial the day before she turned 43. Tim de Waele/Corbis via Getty Images hide caption

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Olympic Athletes Prove That Older Doesn't Have To Mean Slower

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Japan's Kohei Uchimura performs on the horizontal bar during men's individual all-around final on Wednesday. Uchimura, widely considered to be the best male gymnast ever, repeated as the gold medalist in the event. Dmitri Lovetsky/AP hide caption

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Russian tennis star Maria Sharapova isn't competing at the 2016 Olympics. At a March 7 press conference in Los Angeles, she told reporters she'd tested positive for meldonium, a prescription heart drug that improves blood flow. It was banned in January by the World Anti-Doping Agency. Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Olympic Athletes Still Use Some Rx Drugs As A Path To 'Legal Doping'

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