elefunksoup wrote:Somewhere between impressive and gross.
Cyclists' legs out of this world
At least they've never tested positive...
elefunksoup wrote:Euan wrote:elefunksoup wrote:wagger wrote:Cadel's out of the ITT, citing fatigue.
Won't be replaced.
Well now I'm dissapointed in Cadel. Why not have a go?
Do what? You're dissapointed??
How the smeg do you think Cadel feels?!?
Frankly, who knows? With the amount of spoilt-brat, blame-everyone-but-me-for-not-winning attitude on display at the Olympics, it could well be a case of spit the dummy. I doubt it, but it could. I'm pretty sure Cadel is a better person than that, but like I said, I'm dissapointed.
When some athletes are prepared to ride the TdF with broken bones, "fatigue" does not sound like a very compelling reason to DNS a 44 km TT, especially when he can't be replaced by another rider.
Cycling's world governing body warned teams before the April world track championships in Melbourne that it intended to be more strict about enforcing rules that mandate cyclists in team events must execute their changeovers within a special box marked with white tape on the track boards
We were saying if we have a bad start we need to crash to get a restart. I just crashed, I did it on purpose to get a restart, just to have the fastest ride. I did it. So it was all planned, really
Read more: http://www.theage.com.au/olympics/cycli ... z22SbxXMf8
victor wrote:Olympic "quad-off": http://www.theage.com.au/olympics/cycling-london-2012/cyclists-face-off-in-battle-of-the-thunder-thighs-20120806-23ocs.html
My only thought was: eewwww....
..."makes Forstemann's thighs look like a python slowly digesting a pig"...
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