Will Lances kids be great cyclists one day?



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Mad Dog

Guest
gwhite says...

>Ergo, Lance's kids will be great cyclists, but not because of his genes,
>but moms.


Some believe that Lance got a chip on his shoulder from his parent's breakup and
that has been the fire that fueled the hate which has driven his racing
successes. If that's the case, his kids have plenty of fodder to fuel their
future.

But I'll bet $50 none of Lance's kids even make it to the Tour.
 
M

Mad Dog

Guest
gwhite says...

>Ergo, Lance's kids will be great cyclists, but not because of his genes,
>but moms.


Some believe that Lance got a chip on his shoulder from his parent's breakup and
that has been the fire that fueled the hate which has driven his racing
successes. If that's the case, his kids have plenty of fodder to fuel their
future.

But I'll bet $50 none of Lance's kids even make it to the Tour.
 
M

Mad Dog

Guest
gwhite says...

>Ergo, Lance's kids will be great cyclists, but not because of his genes,
>but moms.


Some believe that Lance got a chip on his shoulder from his parent's breakup and
that has been the fire that fueled the hate which has driven his racing
successes. If that's the case, his kids have plenty of fodder to fuel their
future.

But I'll bet $50 none of Lance's kids even make it to the Tour.
 
M

Mad Dog

Guest
gwhite says...

>Ergo, Lance's kids will be great cyclists, but not because of his genes,
>but moms.


Some believe that Lance got a chip on his shoulder from his parent's breakup and
that has been the fire that fueled the hate which has driven his racing
successes. If that's the case, his kids have plenty of fodder to fuel their
future.

But I'll bet $50 none of Lance's kids even make it to the Tour.
 
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Richard Adams

Guest
Zoom wrote:

> If a large part of Lances success is due to his genetics, what are the
> chances of one of Lances kids being on the podium in years to come?
>
>
> Zoom


About the same as Merckx's kids being GT dominators.

Probably one of those things which skips the even generations, look for
it in the grand kids.
 
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Richard Adams

Guest
Zoom wrote:

> If a large part of Lances success is due to his genetics, what are the
> chances of one of Lances kids being on the podium in years to come?
>
>
> Zoom


About the same as Merckx's kids being GT dominators.

Probably one of those things which skips the even generations, look for
it in the grand kids.
 
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Richard Adams

Guest
Zoom wrote:

> If a large part of Lances success is due to his genetics, what are the
> chances of one of Lances kids being on the podium in years to come?
>
>
> Zoom


About the same as Merckx's kids being GT dominators.

Probably one of those things which skips the even generations, look for
it in the grand kids.
 
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Richard Adams

Guest
Zoom wrote:

> If a large part of Lances success is due to his genetics, what are the
> chances of one of Lances kids being on the podium in years to come?
>
>
> Zoom


About the same as Merckx's kids being GT dominators.

Probably one of those things which skips the even generations, look for
it in the grand kids.
 
R

Richard Adams

Guest
Zoom wrote:

> If a large part of Lances success is due to his genetics, what are the
> chances of one of Lances kids being on the podium in years to come?
>
>
> Zoom


About the same as Merckx's kids being GT dominators.

Probably one of those things which skips the even generations, look for
it in the grand kids.
 
R

Richard Adams

Guest
Zoom wrote:

> If a large part of Lances success is due to his genetics, what are the
> chances of one of Lances kids being on the podium in years to come?
>
>
> Zoom


About the same as Merckx's kids being GT dominators.

Probably one of those things which skips the even generations, look for
it in the grand kids.
 
R

Richard Adams

Guest
Zoom wrote:

> If a large part of Lances success is due to his genetics, what are the
> chances of one of Lances kids being on the podium in years to come?
>
>
> Zoom


About the same as Merckx's kids being GT dominators.

Probably one of those things which skips the even generations, look for
it in the grand kids.
 
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Richard Adams

Guest
Steven Bornfeld wrote:

>
>
> Steve Freides wrote:
>
>> "gwhite" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>> news:[email protected]
>>
>>> [email protected] wrote:
>>>
>>>> Zoom a écrit :
>>>>
>>>>> If a large part of Lances success is due to his genetics, what are the
>>>>> chances of one of Lances kids being on the podium in years to come?
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Regression to the mean.
>>>>
>>>
>>> Barry Bonds was a regression from Bobby Bonds?

>>
>>
>>
>> Bond, James Bond.
>>
>> -S-

>
>
> Smartass guitar player.
>


I thought that was

Le Bon, Simon Le Bon

(Duran Duran: A View To A Kill)
 
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Richard Adams

Guest
Steven Bornfeld wrote:

>
>
> Steve Freides wrote:
>
>> "gwhite" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>> news:[email protected]
>>
>>> [email protected] wrote:
>>>
>>>> Zoom a écrit :
>>>>
>>>>> If a large part of Lances success is due to his genetics, what are the
>>>>> chances of one of Lances kids being on the podium in years to come?
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Regression to the mean.
>>>>
>>>
>>> Barry Bonds was a regression from Bobby Bonds?

>>
>>
>>
>> Bond, James Bond.
>>
>> -S-

>
>
> Smartass guitar player.
>


I thought that was

Le Bon, Simon Le Bon

(Duran Duran: A View To A Kill)
 
R

Richard Adams

Guest
Steven Bornfeld wrote:

>
>
> Steve Freides wrote:
>
>> "gwhite" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>> news:[email protected]
>>
>>> [email protected] wrote:
>>>
>>>> Zoom a écrit :
>>>>
>>>>> If a large part of Lances success is due to his genetics, what are the
>>>>> chances of one of Lances kids being on the podium in years to come?
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Regression to the mean.
>>>>
>>>
>>> Barry Bonds was a regression from Bobby Bonds?

>>
>>
>>
>> Bond, James Bond.
>>
>> -S-

>
>
> Smartass guitar player.
>


I thought that was

Le Bon, Simon Le Bon

(Duran Duran: A View To A Kill)
 
R

Richard Adams

Guest
Steven Bornfeld wrote:

>
>
> Steve Freides wrote:
>
>> "gwhite" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>> news:[email protected]
>>
>>> [email protected] wrote:
>>>
>>>> Zoom a écrit :
>>>>
>>>>> If a large part of Lances success is due to his genetics, what are the
>>>>> chances of one of Lances kids being on the podium in years to come?
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Regression to the mean.
>>>>
>>>
>>> Barry Bonds was a regression from Bobby Bonds?

>>
>>
>>
>> Bond, James Bond.
>>
>> -S-

>
>
> Smartass guitar player.
>


I thought that was

Le Bon, Simon Le Bon

(Duran Duran: A View To A Kill)
 
R

Richard Adams

Guest
Steven Bornfeld wrote:

>
>
> Steve Freides wrote:
>
>> "gwhite" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>> news:[email protected]
>>
>>> [email protected] wrote:
>>>
>>>> Zoom a écrit :
>>>>
>>>>> If a large part of Lances success is due to his genetics, what are the
>>>>> chances of one of Lances kids being on the podium in years to come?
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Regression to the mean.
>>>>
>>>
>>> Barry Bonds was a regression from Bobby Bonds?

>>
>>
>>
>> Bond, James Bond.
>>
>> -S-

>
>
> Smartass guitar player.
>


I thought that was

Le Bon, Simon Le Bon

(Duran Duran: A View To A Kill)
 
R

Richard Adams

Guest
Steven Bornfeld wrote:

>
>
> Steve Freides wrote:
>
>> "gwhite" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>> news:[email protected]
>>
>>> [email protected] wrote:
>>>
>>>> Zoom a écrit :
>>>>
>>>>> If a large part of Lances success is due to his genetics, what are the
>>>>> chances of one of Lances kids being on the podium in years to come?
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Regression to the mean.
>>>>
>>>
>>> Barry Bonds was a regression from Bobby Bonds?

>>
>>
>>
>> Bond, James Bond.
>>
>> -S-

>
>
> Smartass guitar player.
>


I thought that was

Le Bon, Simon Le Bon

(Duran Duran: A View To A Kill)
 
R

Richard Adams

Guest
Steven Bornfeld wrote:

>
>
> Steve Freides wrote:
>
>> "gwhite" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>> news:[email protected]
>>
>>> [email protected] wrote:
>>>
>>>> Zoom a écrit :
>>>>
>>>>> If a large part of Lances success is due to his genetics, what are the
>>>>> chances of one of Lances kids being on the podium in years to come?
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Regression to the mean.
>>>>
>>>
>>> Barry Bonds was a regression from Bobby Bonds?

>>
>>
>>
>> Bond, James Bond.
>>
>> -S-

>
>
> Smartass guitar player.
>


I thought that was

Le Bon, Simon Le Bon

(Duran Duran: A View To A Kill)
 
D

Donald Munro

Guest
ilanpi wrote:
>>>>Regression to the mean.


gwhite wrote:
>>>Barry Bonds was a regression from Bobby Bonds?


Steve Freides wrote:
>> Bond, James Bond.


Tim Lines wrote:
> I am shocked and dismayed to learn that "Q" was passing steroids. He
> seemed like such a _nice_ old man, you know?


And all those gadgets on Bond's bike ! Most unfair to all the other
competitors.
 
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Donald Munro

Guest
ilanpi wrote:
>>>>Regression to the mean.


gwhite wrote:
>>>Barry Bonds was a regression from Bobby Bonds?


Steve Freides wrote:
>> Bond, James Bond.


Tim Lines wrote:
> I am shocked and dismayed to learn that "Q" was passing steroids. He
> seemed like such a _nice_ old man, you know?


And all those gadgets on Bond's bike ! Most unfair to all the other
competitors.