You know, ugly fish can be quite tasty. But, yeah... WTF is that?If he’s going to be eating that thing the lay-off is going to have a adverse effect on Tibopino! WTF is that?
Carpfish, but it's not that big, just try a "giant carpfish" search on Google and look at the photos.If he’s going to be eating that thing the lay-off is going to have a adverse effect on Tibopino! WTF is that?
That is the other phase of this pandemic that needs to me analyzed.The Airline, Hospitality and travel industry are probably going to suffer a lot. So any sponsorship from those would close and any teams that are having major contributors may shutdown entirely
Interesting point, Sunweb may be in a tricky spot if this draws out too long.The Airline, Hospitality and travel industry are probably going to suffer a lot. So any sponsorship from those would close and any teams that are having major contributors may shutdown entirely
This is a fallacy (I'm assuming this post is a reply to the title thread question). If they had decided to retire already, the crisis changes nothing in regards to their cycling careers as riders. They are retired riders now and would have been too without the virus outbreak.Riders who retired last year. Could have been paid another year without riding.
Agreed with your viewpoint about Quintana. I also do not buy into this season being significantly different from all the other seasons where his early season form has also been great.I really don't know about Quintana guys, He has occasionally looked really really strong in preperation races in the past too just to disappoint when it mattered. I mean was he really climbing any better in Paris Nice this year than last?
Generally I guess it's simply mostly the older riders. Froome might be robbed of a fantastic comeback story, Nibali of his last shot at grand tour, olympic and world championship glory (although tbf, I think the WC might still very well take place), Gilbert of his final chance to go for the 5th monument and so on.
Another one who straight up came to my mind was Dumoulin. Now, he isn't extremely old yet, but if the tour doesn't go ahead as planned (which I expect) a guy who has been praised as the guy to dethrone skineos at the tour for years now will possibly get his first clean shot at doing so at 30 years of age.
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