I mean, who doesn’t look good in yellow?
In case you require a quick brush up on just what the hell Phil and Paul are talking about, here is a link to the Tour lexicon explained from the fine folks at Cyclingnews. You can thank them later. I know I will.
O’Grady, ahem, foams a rant. And I find my self nodding in agreement. Does that make us gay or just really good friends?
On second thought, don’t answer that. Some things are better left unsaid. Or, in my case, unheard.
For the third consecutive year, the race will start without the man who finished first the year before. Seven-time winner Lance Armstrong retired in 2005, and the former lieutenant who succeeded him, Floyd Landis, had his 2006 title stripped after a doping conviction. The 2007 winner, Alberto Contador of Spain, is absent because his entire Astana team was excluded.
Read more: sports.espn.go.com
A new beginning eh? Good luck with that.
And then you have this:
Subject: Riis is still champ!!?
I’m backing it but it really confuses me on how they’re desision making process works.
Riis = hero and all that, but damn. He was as doped as anyone could ever be. He’s the fucking poster child for doped cyclists.
And his Tour win stands.by