Why did it take hours, though? Were his injuries immediately life-threatening?
Clearly they were life threateninghrotha said:Why did it take hours, though? Were his injuries immediately life-threatening?
I don't think we'd normally expect intensive care for broken bones so clearly he's taken a hell of a bang.hrotha said:Yeah, I know they can, but they can also not be. It depends on how it goes exactly. I asked because it's not been mentioned or hinted at really, so I was wondering whether it was even worse than the reports have said so far.
And I here I thought turning a positive confirmed he was doping. And everything else about Froome.thehog said:thehog said:
Now that Cobo has been suspended for passport violation from 2011 it confirms Froome is a doper.
Ha, yeah. But I think those days ended in 1995, correct? Was Riis the first GT winner to be stripped of title years later?Red Rick said:
Let's also give Armstrong a break then.Bolder said:
Getting beaten by Cobo I think was a great thing for his career; lighting a fire in him that made him go even one step further or two.Bolder said:But to be honest, if this cheers up Froome, I'm all for it. Poor guy, and I mean that sincerely.
Surely all Cobo has to do is use any of Froome's performances pre-2011 Vuelta to demonstrate that he wasnt the only cheat in that racethehog said:Cobo has said he plans to appeal the decision using Froome’s Ventoux performance in 2013 as evidence he wasn’t the only one cheating :lol: