World's Women's 400m winner a man?

World's Women's 400m winner a man?

Post by Wayne Pei » Sat, 11 Aug 2001 03:34:44


Having watched the women's 400m on ESPN2 which we had
recorded, my wife and I can hardly believe the winner is a
woman. We both though there was an obvious *** flopping
around in "her" shorts.

Wayne

 
 
 

World's Women's 400m winner a man?

Post by lg042- » Sat, 11 Aug 2001 16:25:43

C'mon Wayne...
Shouldn't drink so much while watching TV.



Quote:
> Having watched the women's 400m on ESPN2 which we had
> recorded, my wife and I can hardly believe the winner is a
> woman. We both though there was an obvious *** flopping
> around in "her" shorts.

> Wayne


 
 
 

World's Women's 400m winner a man?

Post by Wayne Pei » Sun, 12 Aug 2001 11:06:07

Quote:

> C'mon Wayne...
> Shouldn't drink so much while watching TV.



> > Having watched the women's 400m on ESPN2 which we had
> > recorded, my wife and I can hardly believe the winner is a
> > woman. We both though there was an obvious *** flopping
> > around in "her" shorts.

Did you actually watch the race, perhaps multiple times on tape?
My wife and I both know it seems ridiculous, but that was one
heck of a strange woman. Yes, we did each have a small glass of
wine (me red, her white) :-)

Wayne

 
 
 

World's Women's 400m winner a man?

Post by Chris Smit » Sun, 12 Aug 2001 10:14:38

Sure you didn't bump the remote with your wine glass and unknowingly
switch from ESPN2 coverage of the race to one of the, um, rac-y
channels? Was there any slow motion footage or saxophone music during
the race? ;-)
Quote:


> > C'mon Wayne...
> > Shouldn't drink so much while watching TV.



> > > Having watched the women's 400m on ESPN2 which we had
> > > recorded, my wife and I can hardly believe the winner is a
> > > woman. We both though there was an obvious *** flopping
> > > around in "her" shorts.

> Did you actually watch the race, perhaps multiple times on tape?
> My wife and I both know it seems ridiculous, but that was one
> heck of a strange woman. Yes, we did each have a small glass of
> wine (me red, her white) :-)

> Wayne

 
 
 

World's Women's 400m winner a man?

Post by Embee » Sun, 19 Aug 2001 08:53:16

Quote:
>Having watched the women's 400m on ESPN2 which we had
>recorded, my wife and I can hardly believe the winner is a
>woman. We both though there was an obvious *** flopping
>around in "her" shorts.

When I***joined my school running team I really felt nervous about running
in bun huggers. I asked my teammates why we had to wear them and funnily enough
somebody gave the reason that 'it's so people can tell we're not guys'.

IMHO with some of the 'women' you see in international athletics it might not
be a bad idea if the organizers took a lead from high school and college
coaches and mandated racing briefs to settle disputes of this nature.

 
 
 

World's Women's 400m winner a man?

Post by BPeter » Tue, 21 Aug 2001 14:37:47

As a trackside spectator and as volunteer at the Worlds here in Edmonton, I
can assure you the 400 m was not a man. Also, as someone who has had to
witness urine samples of carded athletes on variuos occasions, i can assure
you that, without acutally peforming any gender testing, that we do see if
they have male or female ***ia.
the lack of world records set in Edmonton should tell you something, though,
as to how EPO and other testing improvements have translated into slower
winning times.
Brian.

Quote:
> >Having watched the women's 400m on ESPN2 which we had
> >recorded, my wife and I can hardly believe the winner is a
> >woman. We both though there was an obvious *** flopping
> >around in "her" shorts.

> When I***joined my school running team I really felt nervous about
running
> in bun huggers. I asked my teammates why we had to wear them and funnily
enough
> somebody gave the reason that 'it's so people can tell we're not guys'.

> IMHO with some of the 'women' you see in international athletics it might
not
> be a bad idea if the organizers took a lead from high school and college
> coaches and mandated racing briefs to settle disputes of this nature.