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Jono L

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ahhh ok, was thinking if brown rode the mado then maybe he'd miss the teams.
 

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Jono L said:
ahhh ok, was thinking if brown rode the mado then maybe he'd miss the teams.
I think Brown will have better strength and might even be able to ride 4kms in the teams pursuit at Beijing in the final.

It will be tough. I think it is 3 rounds. Qualies, semi, and final. I think they will have to go all out in all 3 rides, because they have to ride off in the semi as either 1 or 2 seed, so they do not see UK in the semi final.

So, Mcgee might be rested for the first round, but it will be the A team in semis and the final.

Goss might also be in the team. I think Goss might ride a scratch tho, or a points.
 

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1 Rohan Dennis (SA) 3.18.701


What about that time for the 3000m final? Went quicker in the final that qualification. Impressive time.
 

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1 Rohan Dennis (SA) 3.18.701


What about that time for the 3000m final? Went quicker in the final that qualification. Impressive time.
holy ****. That is about Fords wr. Better then Mcgee. BUT. About 1.5 to 3 seconds slower than Phinney at Beijing thru 3km.

Phinney is 6'4" and was prolly shaving at 12.

But lets not underrate Phinney.

I think there are two more brothers in the jnrs. I dont think they are u18 yet though. they were dominating u16 and u14 last year.

Not Dennis tho. I think there might be two guys with names like Dennis also, but not brothers, like Kemps/Kemp, Davis/Davidson, Clarke/Clarke etc etc.
 

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Jono L said:
ahhh ok, was thinking if brown rode the mado then maybe he'd miss the teams.
oh, and Jonno, unless Lancaster has lost some power and strength on the track, Lancaster is probably the strongest rider in the teams, stronger than even Mcgee, with his max power for the one, or 1.5-2 lap distance, and strong turns in the last km.
 

Jono L

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oh they don't mention that he 'only' won by 2 seconds over one and a bit kilometres , that's a huge winning margin!
 

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oh they don't mention that he 'only' won by 2 seconds over one and a bit kilometres , that's a huge winning margin!
top 10 at worlds tt. Nice effort, for a first year jnr. One more year, look to be on the podium.
 

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In other news thunder

Final classification Copenhagen 6 days.

1 Bruno Risi (Swi) / Franco Marvulli (Swi) 335 pts

One lap behind

2 Alex Rasmussen (Den) / Michael Mørkøv (Den) 340
3 Danny Stam (Ned) / Iljo Keisse (Bel) 301

Seven laps behind

4 Christian Grasmann (Ger) / Andreas Müller (Ger) 121

Eight laps behind

5 Kenny de Ketele (Bel) / Tim Mertens (Bel) 128

16 laps behind

6 Jens-Erik Madsen (Den) / Casper Jørgensen (Den) 174

17 laps behind

7 Marco Villa (Ita) / Marc Hester (Den) 70

18 laps behind

8 Alexander Aeschbach (Swi) / Mads Bugge (Den) 78

19 laps behind

9 Andreas Beikirch (Ger) / Jacob Moe (Den) 107

24 laps behind

10 Colby Pearce (USA) / Angelo Ciccone (Ita) 93

25 laps behind

11 Ingmar de Poortere (Bel) / Dmitri de Fauw (Bel) 178

29 laps behind

12 Alois Kankovsky (Cze) / Petr Lazar (Cze) 105

30 laps behind

13 Gerd Dörich (Ger) / Matthé Pronk (Ned) 134

32 laps behind

14 Michael S Larsen (Den) / Michael Berling (Den) 147
15 Miles Olman (Aus) / Allan Davis (Aus) 45
 

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In other news thunder

Final classification Copenhagen 6 days.

1 Bruno Risi (Swi) / Franco Marvulli (Swi) 335 pts

One lap behind

2 Alex Rasmussen (Den) / Michael Mørkøv (Den) 340
3 Danny Stam (Ned) / Iljo Keisse (Bel) 301

Seven laps behind

4 Christian Grasmann (Ger) / Andreas Müller (Ger) 121

Eight laps behind

5 Kenny de Ketele (Bel) / Tim Mertens (Bel) 128

16 laps behind

6 Jens-Erik Madsen (Den) / Casper Jørgensen (Den) 174

17 laps behind

7 Marco Villa (Ita) / Marc Hester (Den) 70

18 laps behind

8 Alexander Aeschbach (Swi) / Mads Bugge (Den) 78

19 laps behind

9 Andreas Beikirch (Ger) / Jacob Moe (Den) 107

24 laps behind

10 Colby Pearce (USA) / Angelo Ciccone (Ita) 93

25 laps behind

11 Ingmar de Poortere (Bel) / Dmitri de Fauw (Bel) 178

29 laps behind

12 Alois Kankovsky (Cze) / Petr Lazar (Cze) 105

30 laps behind

13 Gerd Dörich (Ger) / Matthé Pronk (Ned) 134

32 laps behind

14 Michael S Larsen (Den) / Michael Berling (Den) 147
15 Miles Olman (Aus) / Allan Davis (Aus) 45
yeah, but are you surprised with Davis? Put Olman with Ogrady, and they are close to the podium.
 

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yeah, but are you surprised with Davis? Put Olman with Ogrady, and they are close to the podium.
look who its missing,

Lademann, Lampater, Fulst, Bartko, Keisse.

A one night madison, Ogrady and Olman, I suggest would be competitive if Olman had his technique down.
 

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look who its missing,

Lademann, Lampater, Fulst, Bartko, Keisse.

A one night madison, Ogrady and Olman, I suggest would be competitive if Olman had his technique down.
See, with the guns missing it adds to the arguments we had on PM. No Zabel either. O'Grady with a good partner can win one. Olman hasn't got the experience yet.
 

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See, with the guns missing it adds to the arguments we had on PM. No Zabel either. O'Grady with a good partner can win one. Olman hasn't got the experience yet.
Oh, I agree. I was supporting your argument. They did not have the big guys, only Risi/Marvulli, and Villa.

I mean, Colby Pearce :D
 

Jono L

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Farrrrk French went quick-
Men 200m sprint qualification

1 Mark French (VIC) 0.10.099 (71.29 km/h)
2 Shane Perkins (VIC) 0.10.255
3 Ryan Bayley (WA) 0.10.281
4 Jason Niblett (VIC) 0.10.345
 

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Jono L said:
Farrrrk French went quick-
Men 200m sprint qualification

1 Mark French (VIC) 0.10.099 (71.29 km/h)
2 Shane Perkins (VIC) 0.10.255
3 Ryan Bayley (WA) 0.10.281
4 Jason Niblett (VIC) 0.10.345
he was on a tandem, Kelly was behind him :D
 

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testecomp rules.
banned list, but no testosterone in it, those guys are just stupid. The best part of half the gear they probably try is the placebo effect.
 

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In other news thunder

Final classification Copenhagen 6 days.

1 Bruno Risi (Swi) / Franco Marvulli (Swi) 335 pts

One lap behind

2 Alex Rasmussen (Den) / Michael Mørkøv (Den) 340
3 Danny Stam (Ned) / Iljo Keisse (Bel) 301
Rasmussen !!!!!! Brother ?