This weeks links (2018-03-05)

In brief:

* House of Commons Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee. Combatting doping in sport. Fourth Report of Session 2017–19 (UK)
Combatting doping in sport Report

Running:

* Vale Sir Roger Bannister, the first person to run a mile in under four minutes

* ‘We have lost a giant’: athletics world hails Sir Roger Bannister (2018-Mar-04) [The Guardian]

* Where Dreams Go To Die
Where Dreams Go To Die is a documentary created by Ethan Newberry (The Ginger Runner) that follows Canadian ultrarunner, Gary Robbins, during his two attempts at completing The Barkley Marathons – a 100+ mile event many consider the toughest endurance run on Earth. Spanning more than 2 years, this journey is emotional, powerful and truly inspirational. Find out what it takes to attempt the impossible and the demons that follow. Learn the sacrifices that come with dedicating one’s life to this endeavor. Follow our intimate look at why The Barkley is where dreams go to die.
( 🎞 I may have picked up a copy of the Bonus Feature Bundle )

Cycling:

* Tacks dropped on popular cycling roads in Melbourne’s Dandenong Ranges (2018-Mar-07) [CyclingTips]

Some reading/listening:

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