Why??TomasC said:Soukalová looked sharp in the relay and is always a reliable shooter. I'm afraid I'll have to endure her presence at the press conferences quite a lot this season.
Hoping for an underdog today...in case that VV fails
Don't forget Tiril had a very similar strong opening last year when she won the sprint in Östersund. Last year her season started to fall to pieces a bit after christmas, where, ironically, Fanny won a competition. She needs to prove that she can be more consistent when the pressure is on. I think that's what went wrong last year - the Norwegians expected too much of Tiril after the Berger-era and after her great 2013/14 seasonSinger01 said:
Well, he was extremely lucky with the weather aswellLibertine Seguros said:Sure, Marit Bjørgen isn't around this season, but Martin Fourcade is here to make sure at least one discipline is practically unwatchable.
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Martin Johnsrud Sundby stamps doping pursuit of Lance Armstrong as a witch hunt, and believes the doping sentenced rider still is an amazing athlete.
You are taking it to far Question is: do people really love Soukalova? It certainly doesn't seem so when looking at posts here. Quite on the contrary, actually, it looks like they hate her.Libertine Seguros said:Nah, nothing like that bad. I really dislike her, but I don't despise her. I want her to never win again, but I don't care if she is still around as long as she's not getting shoved down my throat and isn't winning. With Sagan, I literally would only want to see his face again if somebody is giving it a well-deserved slap. I understand why people love Sagan, but cannot reconcile with them. I don't really understand why people love Soukalová. And on the same day as every race has been stupendously one-sided, and the men's race just angered me leaving a completely worthless and uninteresting pursuit, having her of all people win just threw fuel on the fire. I accepted Sanfilippo as an outlier, but when I saw the likes of Hauser and Abramova putting in the times they were putting in and realised that the trails were faster, I realised Soukalová had a late start number and prayed to the biathlon Gods that Marie Dorin Habert would hit 10/10. I obviously angered the biathlon Gods again, because they have punished me with Fourcade and Soukalová.