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27 minutes ago, mrv86 said:

 

Stop being jealous because your country has no mountains :p

Oh you take that freaking back man :mad:

 

We have the Vaalserberg and 'berg' means mountain, so here to your 'your country has no mountains' :mad:

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vaalserberg

 

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Ok this is in the province that I hardly consider 'The Netherlands', plus there's some higher areas in the Caribean, but yeah :p 

 

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I understand your excitement but let's be honest : 3 people beating the WR at the same time ... Gaxiola who was 15th of the sprint in Pruszkow, Bayona who was 25th (even if they have some better records)

Mitchell won 3/4 of a second, Gaxiola a full one from Lima two weeks ago 

Trinidad almost taking the WR of the team sprint (they are a good team but still far from having a clear shot at even making a podium)

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Ok so Joel Archambault who was the last qualified in Lima two weeks ago with 10.38 just made 9.45 :mumble:

I'm ready to see a 8.xx :)

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WORLD RECORD for Jair Tjon en Fa :SUR 

9.249 :cheer:

Annnnnnnd ... WORLD RECORD for Nicholas Paul :TTO

9.100 :cheer:

 

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This is hilarious :lol: 

 

Kinda sad, but...hilarious.

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à l’instant, heywoodu a dit :

This is hilarious :lol: 

 

Kinda sad, but...hilarious.

 

I find funny that the media spread this information "WORLD RECORD for [athlete of the country]" without tempering it. Then their compatriots swallow it without any interrogation and start dreaming of an olympic gold :lol:

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Paul :TTO is legit at least. I’m really hoping for a medal from him Tokyo. In my opinion he’s one of the best raw talents out threes right now.


“Sport has the power to change the world. It has the power to inspire. Sport can create hope where once there was only despair” - Nelson Mandela

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Is Jair Tjon en Fa :SUR anywhere near Olympic qualification? He can keep up with the best at least, and he does a very unpredictable riding style.


“Sport has the power to change the world. It has the power to inspire. Sport can create hope where once there was only despair” - Nelson Mandela

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