WAP service for Tour de Georgia and other Live Coverage

With the Tour de Georia starting today in Augusta, Georgia, cycling fans don't have to miss a moment...

With the Tour de Georia starting today in Augusta, Georgia, cycling fans don't have to miss a moment of the action thanks to free WAP service from Cyclingnews.

For the Tour de Georgia, simply type http:/live9.cyclingnews.com/wap/ into the browser on your WAP-enabled handheld device or mobile phone, and you can follow the minute by minute, attack by attack action at the 2006 Tour de Georgia from our live commentary team of Kristy Scrymgeour and Mark Zalewski.

The CN WAP service is the best way to follow the 2006 Tour de Georgia while on the move. "After considerable testing, we know this WAP service is far superior to SMS updates. And Cyclingnews is the only website in the world that has this free WAP service," said publisher, Gerard Knapp.

"Anyone with a WAP compatible handset or handheld device can get our WAP Service link and watch our Live Coverage for no charge from CN, although the user may have to work out a data package/browsing rate from their mobile phone company."

The WAP service provides the complete live report automatically delivered in regular updates. When you first visit the link, you have the option of starting at the very first update, or jumping directly to the very latest action. It's also possible to navigate forward and back between all the updates.

And the WAP Service isn't just for Tour de Georgia. In fact, whenever Cyclingnews offers our unmatched Live coverage from anywhere in the world, cycling fans can follow all the racing action on the go via this innovative, free service.

Please note for tomorrow's Flèche Wallonne, the WAP service can be located at the slightly different URL of http://live.cyclingnews.com/wap/

(If you wish to bookmark these links on your handheld, the URL http:/live9.cyclingnews.com/wap/ is mainly used for all North American race coverage, while the URL http:/live.cyclingnews.com/wap/ is used for European races.)

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