I should clarify...North Cuba=Florida (which is part of the United States, although some might be confused, therefore the joke). I made another joke along the same vein in another thread saying that a stage finishing in Miami would have to finish in front of the INS building.velosiped said:There are usually several links to be found on procyclinglive.com.
Do you have a fast enough connection in Cuba?
>10kms is my guess.argyllflyer said:Not exactly a high pace of race today! Wonder how much live coverage there's going to be left of the Vuelta when this finishes?
I think they were actually talking about Boonen with the flat.Magnus said:Just turned on (Danish) Eurosport. Brian Holm was talking something about Cavendish having a flat with 12 km to go at the Olympic RR. Did anyone else hear that? I turned on in the middle of a sentence.
Boonen had that flat. Perhaps he was talking about Boonen and you misunderstood? Considering Brian Holm works for QS.Magnus said:Just turned on (Danish) Eurosport. Brian Holm was talking something about Cavendish having a flat with 12 km to go at the Olympic RR. Did anyone else hear that? I turned on in the middle of a sentence.
Was listening to an aussie podcast last week and they were saying the AUS team were unaware of the Vino break... that was from a rider quote though offhand can't recall who.Ney the Viking said:Yeah quite sure there wasnt anything about cavendish and a flat. A lot about the riders being clueless without radios and not enough times being handed down, and the germans and aussis ****ting the bed in not helping bringing back the break.