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(Outside Online)   Sagan becomes youngest cyclist since Armstrong to win Tour de France stage. Aldrin, Hubble vow to ride faster in next stage   (outsideonline.com) divider line 17
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2012-07-03 01:03:05 PM
Ummm make that 2 stages!!!
 
2012-07-03 01:06:13 PM

Mazzic518: Ummm make that 2 stages!!!


well so much for getting home to watch today's stage.. thanks a lot!

/Sagan is going to be name to watch for a few years.
 
2012-07-03 01:09:41 PM
LOL sorry .., I am at work and it was the first thing i checked when i went on break.... had money on Cavendish though
 
2012-07-03 01:19:04 PM

Mazzic518: Ummm make that 2 stages!!!


Note to self - no TDF threads from now on.
 
2012-07-03 01:30:54 PM
Well until his B sample comes back positive at least.
 
2012-07-03 01:31:59 PM
He is probably going to be one of the best, if not the best sprinter right now at the ITT discipline as well...

I'm hoping Tony Martin will be healthy enough for stage 9. I want to see him and Fabian battling each other in the ITT event.
 
2012-07-03 01:45:55 PM

Mazzic518: LOL sorry .., I am at work and it was the first thing i checked when i went on break.... had money on Cavendish though


the last few years I would check results on line. This year I finally have cable to watch the re-broadcast at night.

/not a hipster
//ex-wife is a hipster
 
2012-07-03 02:50:23 PM

ha-ha-guy: Well until his B sample comes back positive at least.


Sadly, this may be true.

Just get it over with and disqualify everyone who isn't French, doping agency. You know you want to.
 
2012-07-03 03:17:41 PM
Someone needs to airlift France to the west coast every July. Five AM is a commie conspiracy.
 
2012-07-03 03:18:04 PM
won a stage? must be on the smack
isn't that right "the french"?
 
2012-07-03 03:34:46 PM

crotchgrabber: Someone needs to airlift France to the west coast every July. Five AM is a commie conspiracy.


you could just move to a proper timezone, nes pas?
 
2012-07-03 04:57:52 PM

rjakobi: ha-ha-guy: Well until his B sample comes back positive at least.

Sadly, this may be true.

Just get it over with and disqualify everyone who isn't French, doping agency. You know you want to. they're doping, so why not?


fixed. being french or not doesn't have a damn thing to do with it. cyclists dope. get over it. everyone else has except armstrong and his sycophants that somehow still believe in unicorns.
 
2012-07-03 05:36:11 PM

JohnBigBootay: rjakobi: ha-ha-guy: Well until his B sample comes back positive at least.

Sadly, this may be true.

Just get it over with and disqualify everyone who isn't French, doping agency. You know you want to. they're doping, so why not?

fixed. being french or not doesn't have a damn thing to do with it. cyclists dope. get over it. everyone else has except armstrong and his sycophants that somehow still believe in unicorns.


Quite. Virenque was the poster boy of French cycling, and Moreau and Brochard were its rising stars, and the French authorities busted the lot of them, based on doping material siezed by French customs officers and French police.

Besides, even if Armstrong were completely clean, his victories aren't as nearly all his super-domestiques have admitted being systematically doped for every one of them. And Tyler Hamilton's version of events is *way* more plausible than Armstrongs.
 
2012-07-03 05:47:06 PM

gwowen: Besides, even if Armstrong were completely clean, his victories aren't as nearly all his super-domestiques have admitted being systematically doped for every one of them. And Tyler Hamilton's version of events is *way* more plausible than Armstrongs.


Exactly. How the fark that guy wears the halo with a straight face is mystifying to me. Just about every teammate who ferried him up the Alps has confessed to doping but the wins aren't tainted? Please. Directly dirty or not (and you have to really have your head in the sand there, but whatever) there's not a clean win in the bunch. Cancer work? Fantastic. But the dude is where he is today because of an insane vo2 max, hard work, cancer, a magnificent team, great strategy, epo and steroids. let's take the good with the bad and stop pretending he didn't know his team was a walking (spinning) lab experiment.
 
2012-07-03 11:57:35 PM
Go Ryder!!!

gwowen



Quite. Virenque was the poster boy of French cycling, and Moreau and Brochard were its rising stars, and the French authorities busted the lot of them, based on doping material siezed by French customs officers and French police.

Besides, even if Armstrong were completely clean, his victories aren't as nearly all his super-domestiques have admitted being systematically doped for every one of them. And Tyler Hamilton's version of events is *way* more plausible than Armstrongs.


Goddamnit THIS!!
 
2012-07-04 05:47:11 AM

hugram: He is probably going to be one of the best, if not the best sprinter right now at the ITT discipline as well...

I'm hoping Tony Martin will be healthy enough for stage 9. I want to see him and Fabian battling each other in the ITT event.


Tony Martin was who I was pulling for for the yellow this year. Flat in the prologue and crashed in stage 1. merde
 
2012-07-04 06:14:40 PM
He's a cheater. It doesn't matter whether or not he ever gets caught, he won something cycling-related so he's cheating.

/you guys named the tune, I'm only playing it
 
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