Chavanel or Gilbert best bets



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Amit Ghosh

Guest
Looking at the unibet.be odds that's where I would put my money.

But I don't know who is getting their oil changed in Madrid this week
(or Vienna).
 
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Tom Kunich

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"Amit Ghosh" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]m...
> Looking at the unibet.be odds that's where I would put my money.
>
> But I don't know who is getting their oil changed in Madrid this week
> (or Vienna).


Then perhaps you ought to change over to something more your own speed such
as tiddly-winks or pro wrestling?
 
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TM

Guest
"Amit Ghosh"

> Looking at the unibet.be odds that's where I would put my money.


Devolder at 20 to 1
 
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Andre

Guest
On Apr 2, 11:28 am, "TM" <[email protected]> wrote:
> "Amit Ghosh"
>
> > Looking at the unibet.be odds that's where I would put my money.

>
> Devolder at 20 to 1


Devolder's form is low right now.
 
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Kyle Legate

Guest
Amit Ghosh wrote:
>
> But I don't know who is getting their oil changed in Madrid this week
> (or Vienna).


Or anywhere else for that matter.

I'll go out on a limb and predict that the next great medical bust comes
from Greece. Why? It's one of the least suspected locations for medical
enhancement. It's not a cycling nation, it has no great riders, the
scene is more or less non-existent and the riders would feel safer going
there because it's not a country under scrutiny by the UCI or WADA. The
rates should be cheaper than most other EU countries also.
 
On Apr 2, 2:39 pm, Kyle Legate <[email protected]> wrote:
> Amit Ghosh wrote:
>
> > But I don't know who is getting their oil changed in Madrid this week
> > (or Vienna).

>
> Or anywhere else for that matter.
>
> I'll go out on a limb and predict that the next great medical bust comes
> from Greece.


Portugal seems likely to me.
 
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jean-yves hervé

Guest
In article <[email protected]>,
Kyle Legate <[email protected]> wrote:

> Amit Ghosh wrote:
> >
> > But I don't know who is getting their oil changed in Madrid this week
> > (or Vienna).

>
> Or anywhere else for that matter.
>
> I'll go out on a limb and predict that the next great medical bust comes
> from Greece. Why? It's one of the least suspected locations for medical
> enhancement.


Ever heard of Kostas Kenteris and Katerina Thanou?

jyh.
 
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Kyle Legate

Guest
jean-yves hervé wrote:
> In article <[email protected]>,
> Kyle Legate <[email protected]> wrote:
>
>> Amit Ghosh wrote:
>>> But I don't know who is getting their oil changed in Madrid this week
>>> (or Vienna).

>> Or anywhere else for that matter.
>>
>> I'll go out on a limb and predict that the next great medical bust comes
>> from Greece. Why? It's one of the least suspected locations for medical
>> enhancement.

>
> Ever heard of Kostas Kenteris and Katerina Thanou?
>
> jyh.

Nope.
 
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Donald Munro

Guest
jean-yves hervé wrote:
>> Ever heard of Kostas Kenteris and Katerina Thanou?


Kyle Legate wrote:
> Nope.


They got road rash in Athens.
 
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jean-yves hervé

Guest
In article <[email protected]>,
Kyle Legate <[email protected]> wrote:

> jean-yves hervé wrote:
> > In article <[email protected]>,
> > Kyle Legate <[email protected]> wrote:
> >
> >> Amit Ghosh wrote:
> >>> But I don't know who is getting their oil changed in Madrid this week
> >>> (or Vienna).
> >> Or anywhere else for that matter.
> >>
> >> I'll go out on a limb and predict that the next great medical bust comes
> >> from Greece. Why? It's one of the least suspected locations for medical
> >> enhancement.

> >
> > Ever heard of Kostas Kenteris and Katerina Thanou?
> >
> > jyh.

> Nope.


The two biggest Greek athletes (track & field) of the last 50 years came
out of nowhere to take the gold in the 200m dash (him) and the silver in
the 100m dash (her) in the 2000 Sidney Olympics. Highly suspected by
many other athletes due to "out of nowhere" factor, non-athletic look,
association with sulfurous trainer, and mystery surrounding training.
In 2004, got kicked out of Athens games for missing yet another surprise
test (and being suspected of making up a strange motorbike accident
story to cover it).

<http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A24-2004Aug14.html>

jyh.
 
K

Kyle Legate

Guest
jean-yves hervé wrote:
>
> The two biggest Greek athletes (track & field) of the last 50 years came
> out of nowhere to take the gold in the 200m dash (him) and the silver in
> the 100m dash (her) in the 2000 Sidney Olympics. Highly suspected by
> many other athletes due to "out of nowhere" factor, non-athletic look,
> association with sulfurous trainer, and mystery surrounding training.
> In 2004, got kicked out of Athens games for missing yet another surprise
> test (and being suspected of making up a strange motorbike accident
> story to cover it).
>

What is this "track & field" you speak of? Does it involve cross bikes
with no brakes?
 
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jean-yves hervé

Guest
In article <[email protected]>,
Kyle Legate <[email protected]> wrote:

> jean-yves hervé wrote:
> >
> > The two biggest Greek athletes (track & field) of the last 50 years came
> > out of nowhere to take the gold in the 200m dash (him) and the silver in
> > the 100m dash (her) in the 2000 Sidney Olympics. Highly suspected by
> > many other athletes due to "out of nowhere" factor, non-athletic look,
> > association with sulfurous trainer, and mystery surrounding training.
> > In 2004, got kicked out of Athens games for missing yet another surprise
> > test (and being suspected of making up a strange motorbike accident
> > story to cover it).
> >

> What is this "track & field" you speak of? Does it involve cross bikes
> with no brakes?


No brakes. Some spikes, though.

jyh.
 
D

Donald Munro

Guest
jean-yves hervé wrote:
> No brakes. Some spikes, though.


Sounds kind of kinky.
 

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