Main takeout: His eyebrows are larger than I had always thought.
he laughs at people saying "give up". he says the naysayers spur him.Gosh what a masochistic existence for poor dawg.
I don't understand the hating around froome. He appears to be a humble and a nice person. He's not an *** like armstrong was for example.he laughs at people saying "give up". he says the naysayers spur him.
the fact he´s still at the start line of a race is great. even if he struggles. the petty non-fans will enjoy it, well that´s life. he drove you mad for years, now it´s your turn to mock him. c´est la vie. multi GT winner starting from scratch again, enjoying what he does, keeping going. that´s it.
Well, take the video above. He starts with clips of his weight-lifting. FFS. Then we move into him telling us how flat out the racing was in Romandie, as if he was really up there fighting, when the reality is that he was nowhere near even being remotely competitive. Why not just state the obvious, he's not close yet but he's working hard at it, and it's been a tough time for him. Ask for the fans to be patient, maybe give a clue what the issue really is. That would be humble, that would be...human.I don't understand the hating around froome. He appears to be a humble and a nice person.
CyclistAbi comes to this thread every week and writes “he’ll bounce back”. He apparently likes the word “bounce”.From what? A cold?
He’s soft spoken and well mannered. That doesn’t mean he’s nice. In 2012 he made sure everyone knew he was stronger than Wiggo on a couple of occasions in TDF. I don’t consider that very nice, for instance… I also don’t consider taking 5 mil for his efforts right now very humble. But yeah, he sure knows how to behave…I don't understand the hating around froome. He appears to be a humble and a nice person. He's not an champion like armstrong was for example.
Hope I am wrong but that doesn't look good in terms of his recovery.Those left/right leg muscle performance tests were rather interesting... still 10% off for the injured leg.
He's still some work to do obviously but I'm sure he'll give it a full 100%. He's not my fav cyclist but this I'm sure of.
when is it too much?? 2 millions for a guy who never won a GT, 31 years old this year, could never win a GT at the rhythm he doesn't finish them, could be too much for some.
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