I remember seeing something on twitter asking a similar thing and I think the result was a court decided it was but the appeal court said it wasn't.been noticing some Herbalife advertising round the courses recently.
is it not illegal in Belgium yet?
nothing like promoting pyramid schemes. They seem to like being involved in sports, my football team Northampton Town got caught out using it, but that was like 10 years ago.
Vos is looking great and I think if you stick her in the front group at the moment she'll win 8-9/10 times.If conditions are similar to today, then I can't see Vos being beaten; all her World Cup wins this season have been when conditions have been fairly fast. I'm not sure how Brand can beat her. However, if the weather turns, and we get a mud-fest, then Brand can beat her - and Honsinger could be a challenger.
And yet another great race from young Puck; the only thing she lacks is endurance....she has everything else and is technically superior to the others.
Ineos have never known how to train 1 day racers correctly. Their trainers focus on what's needed for Stage races...that's why they've normally performed really poorly in the spring classics. Hopefully Tom will be better next weekend after freshening up some.Looks like Pidcock is lacking that snappiness required at the start again. I assume it's due to having a big endurance block with the road team, but it does put him at a disadvantage loosing positions and ending up in a position that's probably equivalent to being gridded last on the 2nd row or first on the third row.
It’s not surprising he’s lost some snap after an endurance training camp, but two races in two days should have done him the world of good and now he has a week to tune up and fully focus. Lots of other contenders though so we should be in for a good raceIneos have never known how to train 1 day racers correctly. Their trainers focus on what's needed for Stage races...that's why they've normally performed really poorly in the spring classics. Hopefully Tom will be better next weekend after freshening up some.
For a while it looked like Pidcock deliberately let up and had Iserbyt come up to him and he appeared to be in full control for a possible last lap sprint but… no. He was clearly tired and couldn’t really match Iserbyt when the attack came. This was not what he was looking for before the Worlds.did pidcock lose that race on purpose?
said with a smirk....'oh my condition will be good next week... its fine"