Xavier Florencio - 26th Clasica San Sebastian Vainquer

Xavier Florencio - 26th Clasica San Sebastian Vainquer

Post by Joe Kin » Mon, 14 Aug 2006 01:04:14


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Xavier Florencio - 26th Clasica San Sebastian Vainquer

Post by John Forrest Tomlinso » Mon, 14 Aug 2006 02:28:15

Yeah, I had him picked as my top favorite all along.

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Xavier Florencio - 26th Clasica San Sebastian Vainquer

Post by Donald Munr » Mon, 14 Aug 2006 06:28:28

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> Yeah, I had him picked as my top favorite all along.

I'm sure Chung must have picked someone from his favourite team to win.

 
 
 

Xavier Florencio - 26th Clasica San Sebastian Vainquer

Post by MagillaGorill » Mon, 14 Aug 2006 07:38:40

Is the guy in this photo with his hands in the air really THAT much
better than any of the other 51 guys who finished in the same time?  Who
***ing cares about races like this that end in a field sprint.  It may
as well be a crit with Jonas Carney putting his hands in the air.

If Schumi (or, I suppose now, Robbie Ventura) were Xavier's coach, he'd
have dropped them all at the 20k to go kite and finished 2:57 ahead by
himself.

Thanks,

Magilla

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Xavier Florencio - 26th Clasica San Sebastian Vainquer

Post by sonarra » Mon, 14 Aug 2006 14:32:24

Quote:

> Is the guy in this photo with his hands in the air really THAT much
> better than any of the other 51 guys who finished in the same time?  Who
> ***ing cares about races like this that end in a field sprint.  It may
> as well be a crit with Jonas Carney putting his hands in the air.

> If Schumi (or, I suppose now, Robbie Ventura) were Xavier's coach, he'd
> have dropped them all at the 20k to go kite and finished 2:57 ahead by
> himself.

> Thanks,

> Magilla

Dumbass,

The people who win bunch sprints after 200+ hard km are amazing
specialists. There's a good reason why riders like Valverde, Garzelli,
and Bettini are respected so much.

 
 
 

Xavier Florencio - 26th Clasica San Sebastian Vainquer

Post by Tom Kunic » Tue, 15 Aug 2006 05:04:40


Quote:

>> Is the guy in this photo with his hands in the air really THAT much
>> better than any of the other 51 guys who finished in the same time?  Who
>> ***ing cares about races like this that end in a field sprint.  It may
>> as well be a crit with Jonas Carney putting his hands in the air.

>> If Schumi (or, I suppose now, Robbie Ventura) were Xavier's coach, he'd
>> have dropped them all at the 20k to go kite and finished 2:57 ahead by
>> himself.

> The people who win bunch sprints after 200+ hard km are amazing
> specialists. There's a good reason why riders like Valverde, Garzelli, and
> Bettini are respected so much.

Dumbass - the anonymous cowards here don't respect anyone. They'd cast the
first stone at Jesus himself.
 
 
 

Xavier Florencio - 26th Clasica San Sebastian Vainquer

Post by Carl Sundquis » Tue, 15 Aug 2006 07:18:51



Quote:

>> The people who win bunch sprints after 200+ hard km are amazing
>> specialists. There's a good reason why riders like Valverde, Garzelli,
>> and Bettini are respected so much.

> Dumbass - the anonymous cowards here don't respect anyone. They'd cast the
> first stone at Jesus himself.

Why? Did he rat them out with his doping confessions?
 
 
 

Xavier Florencio - 26th Clasica San Sebastian Vainquer

Post by sonarra » Tue, 15 Aug 2006 10:11:41

Quote:




>>>Is the guy in this photo with his hands in the air really THAT much
>>>better than any of the other 51 guys who finished in the same time?  Who
>>>***ing cares about races like this that end in a field sprint.  It may
>>>as well be a crit with Jonas Carney putting his hands in the air.

>>>If Schumi (or, I suppose now, Robbie Ventura) were Xavier's coach, he'd
>>>have dropped them all at the 20k to go kite and finished 2:57 ahead by
>>>himself.

>>The people who win bunch sprints after 200+ hard km are amazing
>>specialists. There's a good reason why riders like Valverde, Garzelli, and
>>Bettini are respected so much.

> Dumbass - the anonymous cowards here don't respect anyone. They'd cast the
> first stone at Jesus himself.

Dumbass -

Why did you remove my "dumbass"?

 
 
 

Xavier Florencio - 26th Clasica San Sebastian Vainquer

Post by Howard Kvec » Tue, 15 Aug 2006 12:18:05

Quote:





> >>>Is the guy in this photo with his hands in the air really THAT much
> >>>better than any of the other 51 guys who finished in the same time?  Who
> >>>***ing cares about races like this that end in a field sprint.  It may
> >>>as well be a crit with Jonas Carney putting his hands in the air.

> >>>If Schumi (or, I suppose now, Robbie Ventura) were Xavier's coach, he'd
> >>>have dropped them all at the 20k to go kite and finished 2:57 ahead by
> >>>himself.

> >>The people who win bunch sprints after 200+ hard km are amazing
> >>specialists. There's a good reason why riders like Valverde, Garzelli, and
> >>Bettini are respected so much.

> > Dumbass - the anonymous cowards here don't respect anyone. They'd cast the
> > first stone at Jesus himself.

> Dumbass -

> Why did you remove my "dumbass"?

   Because he's the biggest dumbass of all?

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Xavier Florencio - 26th Clasica San Sebastian Vainquer

Post by sonarra » Tue, 15 Aug 2006 13:28:42

Quote:






>>>>>Is the guy in this photo with his hands in the air really THAT much
>>>>>better than any of the other 51 guys who finished in the same time?  Who
>>>>>***ing cares about races like this that end in a field sprint.  It may
>>>>>as well be a crit with Jonas Carney putting his hands in the air.

>>>>>If Schumi (or, I suppose now, Robbie Ventura) were Xavier's coach, he'd
>>>>>have dropped them all at the 20k to go kite and finished 2:57 ahead by
>>>>>himself.

>>>>The people who win bunch sprints after 200+ hard km are amazing
>>>>specialists. There's a good reason why riders like Valverde, Garzelli, and
>>>>Bettini are respected so much.

>>>Dumbass - the anonymous cowards here don't respect anyone. They'd cast the
>>>first stone at Jesus himself.

>>Dumbass -

>>Why did you remove my "dumbass"?

>Because he's the biggest dumbass of all?

Dumbass-

And so he stole it from me!  Well, I won't give up my dumbass without a
fight.  Indeed, I will defend my dumbass to the grave.