Cycling Thread #2 - Track

Discussion in 'Olympics 2008' started by twistedAM, Aug 6, 2008.

  1. Melinda

    Melinda Kama roa, efshar livloa?

    They'd get Team of the year surely?
     
  2. stavros

    stavros Well-Known Member

    Who, the whole cycling team? I think that's too wide, because Hoy and Wiggins for example haven't ridden together. Could go to the men's pursuit or sprint teams though.
     
  3. Melinda

    Melinda Kama roa, efshar livloa?

  4. twistedAM

    twistedAM Left Of The Dial

    Excellent...the highlights are on!
    Time to watch it again!
     
  5. twistedAM

    twistedAM Left Of The Dial

    That's Victoria Pendleton in today's papers if you haven't guessed.
    It is dumb - she could have equalled Chris Hoy pretty easily I reckon.
     
  6. TrippyLondoner

    TrippyLondoner Well-Known Member

    Totally agree.
     
  7. twistedAM

    twistedAM Left Of The Dial

    That's the cunting dinosaurs in the UCI innit?
     
  8. London_Calling

    London_Calling Pleasant and unpatronising

    I keep hearing this. In principle, it's obvious and must be right so . . . there must be other arguments of whuch I'm not aware?
     
  9. Melinda

    Melinda Kama roa, efshar livloa?

    The ladies are too delicate for a full programme?
     
  10. strung out

    strung out (",)

    exactly, i'm surprised none of you guys had thought of that
     
  11. twistedAM

    twistedAM Left Of The Dial

    No. They have a much bigger programme at the World Championships.

    I just wanted to see her race more.
     
  12. strung out

    strung out (",)

    but women get more tired and emotional at the olympics than men do
     
  13. twistedAM

    twistedAM Left Of The Dial

    so then Bradley Wiggins shouldn't have done the Madison
     
  14. twistedAM

    twistedAM Left Of The Dial

  15. heinous seamus

    heinous seamus til clay-cauld death shall blind my ee

  16. heinous seamus

    heinous seamus til clay-cauld death shall blind my ee

    On right now
     

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