He didn't say that, he said "... and I became a dad myself."I lost my dad a bit more than a year ago, and felt dead myself.
Maybe a mistranslation, doesn't he just have a degree? Not quite the same thing.I know that he’s a professor in economics. We both have completed our studies during our time as professional riders
Already mentioned.Dekker_Tifosi said:Mistranslation about Gesink in the ToC article.
It says he felt dead after his father died. But what he actually said was "It was a difficult year. I lost my dad... I also became a dad myself." Not became dead myself.
He didn't say that, he said "... and I became a dad myself."
The rest of the text is basically he same as that tv interview, so I assume she misheard.Susan Westemeyer said:BY the way, our reporter says that is not a translation but something she heard herself, in english.
She heard wrong. Listen to the interview again. It's very clear what he says. Became a dad, not became dead. The difference is subtle, but he really said became a dad (which is also more logical)Susan Westemeyer said:BY the way, our reporter says that is not a translation but something she heard herself, in english.
Okay... I'll admit that those Norwegians have been doing well, but don't you think this might be asking too much? Having success in a race a month before it even starts?Don't expect as many Norwegian wins in the Tour de France this year as there were in 2012, Edvald Boasson Hagen has warned.
Uhh? He was 3rd in Pais Vasco and top 10 in all Ardennes classics.. At his first real attempt at those.Mollema is the team's other big GC hope. Although he has had a underwhelming 2012 so far
Maybe not a direct mistake but still sort of misleading as it makes it sound like it's only Cantwell who's a debutant, they all are.The Saxo Bank squad is completed by Michael Mørkøv, Anders Lund and Tour de France debutant Jonathan Cantwell of Australia
That sounds like a product with a rather limited target group...In the meantime Ullrich keeps himself busy [...] promoting a hair-loss shampoo.