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> I thought he was going to drop out in protest
changed his mind. I thought he would be able to get 20 seconds or so with a 5km attack today.
today is the day McGee gets revenge.
> Hmm, but immediately called right by Danny Nelissen (Dutch
> language Eurosport comm.).
16:27 CEST 198km/19km to go...
In a few years, I wonder, someone might count Giro '04 as a "virtual" win.
> Since no-one seems to have mentioned the guy - has nobody
> noticed that Mayo appears to have learnt to TT?
Wasn't it uphill?
> It's straightforward enough to do a bivariate regression to
> separate the two. Barring that, eyeball it -- take vertical
> slices of the...
Thanks, I was looking for that.
In the tour he looked great, yes, but he still couldn't get it done. Before the tour, he looked ok, probably better performances than any other...
Do you really want to see Bob or Kirsten in hi-def? I hear all the tv make-up people are scrambling to find new and better makeups, because all...
and voight agrees with me:
And now Tyler thinks he can win:
"My objective remains the Tour de France, I'll target a podium place but I also believe that I can win. I had to...
his wife is a real champ too, working hard to make him proud in Arizona.
True, 7 will be hard to match. (smartass comment coming) But he hasn't won #6 yet.
I think the real reason he would show up for number 7 or...
Barry Bonds might "win" his quarterfinal.
"I believe it was the Criterium International where he was
spotted gunning for an intermediate sprint, too. Weird."
In races without a prologue...
> Thanks, Ronde CHUMPion
>Centuries is probably an exaggeration, though decades
>could be right
Three more years or so. Betini.
Originally posted by Tom Kunich
>Telephoto lenses compress the field in depth so that it
>looks like you're right on top of the riders though...