Tirreno-Adriatico 2019, March 13-19

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Velolover2 said:
Lequack said:
Velolover2 said:
Carols said:
Velolover2 said:
I accept the defeat. Had to resize the image, but here we go. :lol:
No image here!!! Try again :)
It's working now. I'll keep it until the Giro. :lol:
Here is a bonus one:

Forget about Sagan, this guy is the real Aquaman. I'll hide in shame. :redface:

I was thinking more Poseidon or Neptune depending on your mythology preference.
 
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sir fly said:
Koronin said:
I was thinking more Poseidon or Neptune depending on your mythology preference.
Slavs had polytheistic beliefs, too.
And the trophy can be related to the winner in more than one sense.

I believe that. Over here the Roman and Greek myths are the best known. Norse being a bit less known but those the ones I'm familiar with. I'm not at all surprised there are many other ones out there.
 

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