Miburo said:Looking forward to see Ullrich receiving his jersey. He deserves it, hope he still fits into it
My sides! They are split!Bavarianrider said:I guess from now on everybody will push the big gears again.
As it turned out, that's the way to win multiple Tour de Frances, and not the sissy spinning style.
No one had a problem giving Landis' title to Pereiro, so I don't see why Ullrich should not get his wins.Kwibus said:I don't mind Armstrong getting convicted, but the nr.2s of the TdF he has won were all atleast as suspicious as Armstrong so if they take the wins from Armstrong then they certainly do not deserve it either.
http://www.letour.fr/HISTO/us/TDF/1996/index.htmlDekker_Tifosi said:Actually five 1st places BavarianRider, not 4
Riis was also stripped of his title.
the great kaiser would be ashamed of your behaviour....Bavarianrider said:Jan Ullrich updated Tour de France palmares:
4 x 1st place
2 x 2nd place
1 x 3rd place
48 yellow jerseys
11 stage wins
Riis was not officially stripped of his titleSetonHallPirate said:
if all were clean ullrich would've won the tour at leats 7x as well. that's my opinion. so for me he can get them but imo it's better to simply cancel all tour winners of those years.Kwibus said:I don't mind Armstrong getting convicted, but the nr.2s of the TdF he has won were all atleast as suspicious as Armstrong so if they take the wins from Armstrong then they certainly do not deserve it either.
Agree with that. The guy has been to hell and back, but scrape all the crap away and he's still a machine. Great to see him riding, and well.Caruut said:Nice result for the guy, he seems to have been through a lot since '06, glad to see him back on a bike.
Doubt it. He finished 2 hours 15 minutes behind Stefan Kirchmair or something like that.Bavarianrider said:10 Kilo less and he would still dominate