There seems to be a Slovenian contest going on who's the nicest. After Roglic took the win from Mäder Pogacar was like "no, I'm not going to take this from Mathieu, doesn't look good". And Roglic was like "yeah, they drilled it when I crashed again, but I'm going to take it with so much grace, I'm going to win their hearts."
I think Jorgenson's thread title says it all.Sorry, just one of many forum jokes that I seem to have missed.
What's the Harper thing?
I probably need to take more notice of one day races.
I wasn't comparing him to Pharmstrong. Who knows if he will become uber dominant. But he certainly seems to have been stronger over the past year than EB was the year before. Has noted, he's setting records, and he's winning races.Blasting? He was taking 10-30 seconds on Porte in MTF's last year (and breaking even with Roglic). Whereas say Armstrong was taking 30 plus seconds on Ullrich on almost every MTF.
Mate, what is with Australia bloke an Jim beam? I saw an Aussie bloke says the only gym he has been to in years is Jim Beam. That guy who stopped a robbery at the servo while busting his plugger as they were on their way back home from a stubbies and singlets party. ILike "I'm Eugene!" (Jim Beam ad)?
NopeRandom question. Are there any pictures of this guy - excluding TTs - where he does not have a bunch of hairs randomly sticking out of his helmet? It seems to be kind of his trademark.
He should be fine, i.e. his actual chase on Sunday (& the limited loss of time versus a peloton riding full gas with several teams working against him) showed his top form IMO. He's usually pretty honest about injuries as well (i.e. before the Tour last year when one week after the Dauphiné crash he admitted it was way worse than he thought) so we'll know soon enough, but expect things to be fine.Pog vs Rog at The Basque Country should be an epic if Roglic has recovered from his Paris-Nice injuries.
On the Tour, I have an inkling Van Aert drilling it on the climbs for Primoz could be the difference, especially if Pogacar attacks from further out (as he has done in the Tirreno-Adriatico).With all things being equal, I will give a slight edge to TP.
I know that Slovenia has some dragons story like Jason and the Argonauts, St. Georges dragons etc. So maybe these two have dragons blood in their body which gives them super human strength.
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