Tour de Suisse 2021 (June 6-13)

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In some countries c-sections are very normal and don't require a medical recommendation at all.

About the race: I hope Schachmann can do a good time here, of course, but I also hope for Carapaz.
Not saying it's abnormal dude, just saying that C-sections are USUALLY only used, when there are issues with giving birth the normal way.

Most doctors would view it as unethical to perform a c-section, solely for the sake of scheduling issues.

Usually there has to be a medical reason.
 
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Well, since you just stated you dunno what Velon is, why don't we just leave it at that?
Well, it's just a matter of looking at the tv-screen and you'll see lots of examples of riders doing 300 watts or having a cadence of 90 despite not pedalling; or examples of riders having different average speed for a climb despite riding up together etc. But sure, let's just leave it be :cool:
 
Not saying it's abnormal dude, just saying that C-sections are USUALLY only used, when there are issues with giving birth the normal way.

Most doctors would view it as unethical to perform a c-section, solely for the sake of scheduling issues.

Usually there has to be a medical reason.
I don't know about France, but in Spain for instance I think the majority of women do get one, due to ... ehm... "aesthetic" reasons.
 
Well, it's just a matter of looking at the tv-screen and you'll see lots of examples of riders doing 300 watts or having a cadence of 90 despite not pedalling; or examples of riders having different average speed for a climb despite riding up together etc. But sure, let's just leave it be :cool:
How about you read up on how Velon does watt tracking, and THEN form an opinion on how precise it is, rather than just guessing? ;)
 
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Not saying it's abnormal dude, just saying that C-sections are USUALLY only used, when there are issues with giving birth the normal way.

Most doctors would view it as unethical to perform a c-section, solely for the sake of scheduling issues.

Usually there has to be a medical reason.
It can also be the case that a child is past term, in which case the doctors will schedule a time for the mother to have labour induced.
 

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