He went on to win the Tour de France in 1996, but admittedly that only happened in a bottle cap cycling game at my schoolyard.B_Ugli said:Digressing but in a similar vein.....
Whatever happened to Vladislav Bobrik? He was in the Gewiss team of Argentin, Furlan, Riis and Berzin and from memory I think he scooped a Tour of Lombardy in the year they won pretty much everything.
He was pretty quick uphill I seem to remember.
Yep. Dmytro Grabovski rearranged a few letters in his last name, changed his first name to Ivailo, changed nationality and went on to win the Tour of Turkey, and live happy ever after. True story.Kwibus said:What the..?
The guy that won the Tour of Turkey stage today wasn't the Gabrovskyy this topic was about?
Ryo Hazuki said:I could list a number of riders much longer who all got f'd up there. especially gc guys
Good to see he is still racing albeit at a lower level. Sounds like someone who couldn't handle the pressure at the elite level and he won't be the last. I remember reading also that he always had weight issues and trouble getting motivated but that was a long time ago.valentius borealis said:He races on an Israeli licence now and was the national time trial champion last year.