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Week Ending AUGUST 13, 2022 (UK Only)
IT'S been a while, but all roads will once again lead to Cardiff this weekend when the British Grand Prix returns to the Principality Stadium after a two-season absence. There will be three home riders to support and in this week's magazine, we talk to Robert Lambert about his emergence onto the world stage. "I'm definitely a different person than I was before going to Poland. That sort of woke me up a bit to what is possible. The lockdown meant I was secured in one place and it gave me time to focus on the two leagues. That was the wake up call to how it can be in my life. I think it benefitted me to have that time to train when I wanted to and also to sit down to recover mentally and refocus on the next meeting. Before that I was always on a plane, flying about, staying in hotels here, there and everywhere. I found it tough at the time but it was good experience. But now I've moved on from there to another level."

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Week Ending AUGUST 13, 2022 (EUROPE)
IT'S been a while, but all roads will once again lead to Cardiff this weekend when the British Grand Prix returns to the Principality Stadium after a two-season absence. There will be three home riders to support and in this week's magazine, we talk to Robert Lambert about his emergence onto the world stage. "I'm definitely a different person than I was before going to Poland. That sort of woke me up a bit to what is possible. The lockdown meant I was secured in one place and it gave me time to focus on the two leagues. That was the wake up call to how it can be in my life. I think it benefitted me to have that time to train when I wanted to and also to sit down to recover mentally and refocus on the next meeting. Before that I was always on a plane, flying about, staying in hotels here, there and everywhere. I found it tough at the time but it was good experience. But now I've moved on from there to another level."

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Week Ending AUGUST 6, 2022 (UK Only)
THE last time Australia were crowned World Champions, it was the likes of Crump, Adams, Sullivan, Wiltshire and Lyons lifting the trophy in 2002. Twenty years later, the Roos have another title to celebrate after Jack Holder and Max Fricke guided them to gold in last weekend's Speedway of Nations in Denmark. A jubilant team manager Mark Lemon declared: "It's not just about Jason Doyle, Max Fricke and Jack Holder. It's Chris Holder, Brady Kurtz, Rohan Tungate, Sam Masters and a host of them. It's just a privilege that we can celebrate success because we have been trying for so long. That's why everyone feels so emotional about it. We have deserved some success, but you are not guaranteed it. It feels a little bit surreal that we have finally done it. But we had a game plan and we executed it to a T really."

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Week Ending AUGUST 6, 2022 (EUROPE)
THE last time Australia were crowned World Champions, it was the likes of Crump, Adams, Sullivan, Wiltshire and Lyons lifting the trophy in 2002. Twenty years later, the Roos have another title to celebrate after Jack Holder and Max Fricke guided them to gold in last weekend's Speedway of Nations in Denmark. A jubilant team manager Mark Lemon declared: "It's not just about Jason Doyle, Max Fricke and Jack Holder. It's Chris Holder, Brady Kurtz, Rohan Tungate, Sam Masters and a host of them. It's just a privilege that we can celebrate success because we have been trying for so long. That's why everyone feels so emotional about it. We have deserved some success, but you are not guaranteed it. It feels a little bit surreal that we have finally done it. But we had a game plan and we executed it to a T really."

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Week Ending JULY 30, 2022 (UK Only)
IT'S Speedway of Nations week and Team Great Britain head out to Denmark to defend their World Championship title – which is not something we've said a lot in the last few decades! In this week's edition, we have interviews with Robert Lambert and Tai Woffinden with Lambert revealing: "It was the first year in 32 years we had won anything with Team GB, so it was a massive achievement. Now we go on to defend it and the strategy is a little bit different. We are focused on the gold probably a little bit more than we were last year. But at the same time, we are trying to be humble about it. We still have one meeting before the Final and anything can happen on that day. We are just focused on every step along the way to get where we want to be."

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Week Ending JULY 30, 2022 (EUROPE)
IT'S Speedway of Nations week and Team Great Britain head out to Denmark to defend their World Championship title – which is not something we've said a lot in the last few decades! In this week's edition, we have interviews with Robert Lambert and Tai Woffinden with Lambert revealing: "It was the first year in 32 years we had won anything with Team GB, so it was a massive achievement. Now we go on to defend it and the strategy is a little bit different. We are focused on the gold probably a little bit more than we were last year. But at the same time, we are trying to be humble about it. We still have one meeting before the Final and anything can happen on that day. We are just focused on every step along the way to get where we want to be."

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Week Ending JULY 23, 2022 (UK Only)
OUR Cardiff legends series continues this week with Nicki Pedersen, who reminisces about his victory at the then Millennium Stadium in 2003 – as well as revealing the shocking details of the injuries he sustained this season which will leave him on the sidelines until 2023. "It was complicated when I was in hospital in Poland. They didn’t want to pull the leg out of the pelvis. They just wanted to leave it. But my mechanics were running around in the hospital, taking pictures of all the computer screens and I was sending them straight to Denmark and the doctors I know there. They were saying 'you need to tell them to put you to sleep straight away and pull out the leg'. The blood circulation and ligaments were sitting wrong and if they had been left for a couple of days, they would have been dead. The leg wouldn't have worked anymore."

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Week Ending JULY 23, 2022 (EUROPE)
OUR Cardiff legends series continues this week with Nicki Pedersen, who reminisces about his victory at the then Millennium Stadium in 2003 – as well as revealing the shocking details of the injuries he sustained this season which will leave him on the sidelines until 2023. "It was complicated when I was in hospital in Poland. They didn’t want to pull the leg out of the pelvis. They just wanted to leave it. But my mechanics were running around in the hospital, taking pictures of all the computer screens and I was sending them straight to Denmark and the doctors I know there. They were saying 'you need to tell them to put you to sleep straight away and pull out the leg'. The blood circulation and ligaments were sitting wrong and if they had been left for a couple of days, they would have been dead. The leg wouldn't have worked anymore."

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Week Ending JULY 16, 2022 (UK Only)
FRONT cover star Sam Masters has been topping the British averages in both the SGB Premiership and Championship this summer ­ but the Wolverhampton and Edinburgh favourite is hoping to have bigger fish to fry next year. "I want to get an opportunity to race in the Grand Prix," he tell us this week. "I feel like I'm sort of ready in my head now and with results and how I'm riding. A couple of years ago, I probably couldn't have handled it to be honest, financially and mentally. But now I'm ready for it. You can go into the Grand Prix young and it can ruin you. I would have liked to have got in there earlier, it's the way it is. But there’s plenty of years left in me. I’m still young and enjoy it more than ever. It's not too late."

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Week Ending JULY 16, 2022 (EUROPE)
FRONT cover star Sam Masters has been topping the British averages in both the SGB Premiership and Championship this summer ­ but the Wolverhampton and Edinburgh favourite is hoping to have bigger fish to fry next year. "I want to get an opportunity to race in the Grand Prix," he tell us this week. "I feel like I'm sort of ready in my head now and with results and how I'm riding. A couple of years ago, I probably couldn't have handled it to be honest, financially and mentally. But now I'm ready for it. You can go into the Grand Prix young and it can ruin you. I would have liked to have got in there earlier, it's the way it is. But there’s plenty of years left in me. I’m still young and enjoy it more than ever. It's not too late."

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Week Ending JULY 9, 2022 (UK Only)
A BIG crash in Poland last weekend has left Britain's Dan Bewley facing a race against time to be fit for Saturday's Test match against the Rest of the World at Glasgow. Until this setback, however, 2022 had been a memorable year for the Cumbrian prospect, who has made a real name for himself on the world stage since being promoted into the Grand Prix series. In this week's magazine, he reveals: "There's a lot of work that goes into making everything click, it's not about what you've done over the last two weeks, it's about the last few years. Going to Poland probably made me grow up, I think so. Especially off the track. It's one thing to move to a different town or city but to a different country you meet completely new people. But it's pretty cool, I like it to be honest. It also makes it nicer to come home, it's more special."

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Week Ending JULY 9, 2022 (EUROPE)
A BIG crash in Poland last weekend has left Britain's Dan Bewley facing a race against time to be fit for Saturday's Test match against the Rest of the World at Glasgow. Until this setback, however, 2022 had been a memorable year for the Cumbrian prospect, who has made a real name for himself on the world stage since being promoted into the Grand Prix series. In this week's magazine, he reveals: "There's a lot of work that goes into making everything click, it's not about what you've done over the last two weeks, it's about the last few years. Going to Poland probably made me grow up, I think so. Especially off the track. It's one thing to move to a different town or city but to a different country you meet completely new people. But it's pretty cool, I like it to be honest. It also makes it nicer to come home, it's more special."

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Week Ending JULY 2, 2022 (UK Only)
RISING Star Jordan Palin hasn't had the easiest of rides so far this season, either in the Premiership with Peterborough or for his second tier side Scunthorpe. But the level-headed youngster has enough belief in himself to know he can ride out the storm and confound the criticism of those keyboard warriors: "I try not to read social media, but I'd be lying if I said I didn't look at the comments now and again. It is really hard. If I was getting criticism from my granddad who is in the pits with me, you get on with that because you know them. But if it's someone sitting in front of a keyboard who has never sat on a bike before, telling you how to do it, it's pretty difficult to deal with. If you are winning, you are the best in the world, if you start losing, no one wants a piece of you. I just use it as motivation. I just try and do better. There's no point getting down about it."

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Week Ending JULY 2, 2022 (EUROPE)
RISING Star Jordan Palin hasn't had the easiest of rides so far this season, either in the Premiership with Peterborough or for his second tier side Scunthorpe. But the level-headed youngster has enough belief in himself to know he can ride out the storm and confound the criticism of those keyboard warriors: "I try not to read social media, but I'd be lying if I said I didn't look at the comments now and again. It is really hard. If I was getting criticism from my granddad who is in the pits with me, you get on with that because you know them. But if it's someone sitting in front of a keyboard who has never sat on a bike before, telling you how to do it, it's pretty difficult to deal with. If you are winning, you are the best in the world, if you start losing, no one wants a piece of you. I just use it as motivation. I just try and do better. There's no point getting down about it."

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