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Stage 16 Jurgen Van Den Broek popping pills !!!

Apr 16, 2010
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I've just been watching todays stage live and at kilometre 175 to go, when Jurgen is caught after attacking, he pops 2 tablets concealed under his right leg riding shorts. He then washes them down with a drink.

What kind of tablets would these be?
 
Mar 31, 2010
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theyoungest said:
Belgium produced a lot of crappy nineties house, maybe even more than Holland.
you mean eurodance?? I think almost all of it was dutch and it wasn't crappy ;) and now all the hardcore and hardstyle is dutch also with some italian.
 
Ryo Hazuki said:
you mean eurodance?? I think almost all of it was dutch and it wasn't crappy ;) and now all the hardcore and hardstyle is dutch also with some italian.
The most famous ones are 2 Unlimited, I guess. And they were Belgian. Not the singer and the "rapper", but the producers. Also Belgian: Milk Inc, Technotronic, Kate Ryan... crappy enough, I'd say.
 
Milk Inc., Kate Ryan & Sylver etc. are all from the 00´s, not the 90's. The Benelux countries dominate the "new" dance scene more than they did back then.

Let's recap some of the nationalities from back then:

Belgium:
2 Unlimited
Technotronic

Holland:
Twenty 4 Seven
2 Unlimited (as stated before, they had Dutch vocalists)
Vengaboys

Switzerland:
DJ Bobo

Germany:
Haddaway (actually his father was Dutch)
Culture Beat
Snap
La Bouche (with American vocalists)
Mr. President

Italy:
Corona
Cappella

England:
Ice MC

Sweden:
Dr. Alban
E-Type
Dr. Bombay

And of course some from Denmark:
Whigfield
Hit'n'hide
Toy-box
Daze
Aqua (to some extent)
 
Jul 19, 2010
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even though Jurgen is sponsered by Omega Pharma, i think they were Jelly beans. Jelly belly is looking to break into european cycling in a big way.
PS dont eat the green ones :)
 
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Gcraenen said:
even though Jurgen is sponsered by Omega Pharma, i think they were Jelly beans. Jelly belly is looking to break into european cycling in a big way.
PS dont eat the green ones :)
Winegums? He was also eating them after the race. During another of those typical interviews of him.