UK, UK, UK !!!

UK, UK, UK !!!

Post by Steve Perrym » Tue, 05 Jul 1994 16:41:03


I'm sorry it doesn't have the same boorish nationalism as "USA USA USA" but
who cares !!! :-) :-)

Boardman : ***y fast !!!
Big Mig : + 15"

To the person who said (indirect quote) : "I don't think winning the prologue
is much of a target to set yourself ... " .

Agreed. I don't think trouncing every renowned TT and prologue specialist on
the planet over 7.5 km going at least over 55kmh and over 3kmh faster than the
TdF prologue record is much of an achievement either ...  :-) :-)

For the UK folks : we know what Boardman does to opponents on ROAD TTs, we have
5 years of 25s and 50s as evidence. I hope he stays in for the first ITT and
then it should be fun ...

So far :

First *** to Indurain, but Rominger ain't come for a holiday either. Good
improvement by Zulle. Nice ride by Lemond.

To the pig who took photos of Neilssen and wasted him and Jalabert : I hope
they put you on forest patrol and in charge of tracking rabid animals. You have
probably ruined every flat stage for 3 weeks now !!! :-( :-(

Two days gone and already high drama : Diego, pass me the ephedrine !!! :-)

Regards,
Steven Perryman

 
 
 

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Post by William R. Gue » Tue, 05 Jul 1994 19:01:13

: I'm sorry it doesn't have the same boorish nationalism as "USA USA USA" but
: who cares !!! :-) :-)

Steve, even though I'm a Yank, I'll join you in a chorus of cheers for
Chris. He and Obree have single handed brought back some dignity to
your nations cyclist's! Good Show! I hope he'll still be wearing the
yellow jersey when the tour hits your shore.

 
 
 

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Post by Whitehall Hampto » Tue, 05 Jul 1994 22:58:58

Quote:

>I'm sorry it doesn't have the same boorish nationalism as "USA USA USA" but
>who cares !!! :-) :-)

You're right, and even more so after I realized it was not a
monosyllable.......

buried in the sand...

 
 
 

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Post by mike wrig » Tue, 05 Jul 1994 22:59:19


Quote:

>: I'm sorry it doesn't have the same boorish nationalism as "USA USA USA" but
>: who cares !!! :-) :-)

>Steve, even though I'm a Yank, I'll join you in a chorus of cheers for
>Chris. He and Obree have single handed brought back some dignity to
>your nations cyclist's! Good Show! I hope he'll still be wearing the
>yellow jersey when the tour hits your shore.

Hats off to Boardman and the UK for the yellow jersey! Enjoy! I hope
Boardman is just as crushing in the longer time trials.

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Post by Ian M Dickins » Tue, 05 Jul 1994 23:16:51

 For the UK folks : we know what Boardman does to opponents on ROAD TTs,

I can certainly vouch for this after my two "competitive" rides against
Boardman in Isle of Man TTs.  To be beaten by over 10 minutes on the Island's
rolling, unsmooth roads is awesome!

Ian
ex Trent Valley Cycle Racing Club

 
 
 

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Post by andrew cur » Wed, 06 Jul 1994 06:12:18

Quote:
> Hats off to Boardman and the UK for the yellow jersey! Enjoy! I hope
> Boardman is just as crushing in the longer time trials.

I've been scanning the Net waiting for those all people those people
who were rubbishing Boardman during the tough time he had late spring to
admit (at least) that he's surprised them. Funny, but I ain't seen
one posting yet.
--
"It's a forty foot dive into a bucket of water -
but I think you might just pull it off".