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Track Cycling 2019 Discussion Thread

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il y a 1 minute, Olympian1010 a dit :

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.

 

2020 may be a bit short but he's young, though some equally younger athletes have already performed on global stage

As for Tjon en Fa he is in qualifying position at the moment 

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And a new WORLD RECORD, Ashton Lambie :USA breaks is own individual pursuit WR in 4.06.407 (former 4.07.251) 

Where is this going to end ? :mumble:

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17 hours ago, heywoodu said:

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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I didn't realize Aachen was that close to the Netherlands. :yikes:

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All King Victor Emmanuel's Show Horses Can Make Really Beautiful People Fall

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Just now, SalamAkhi said:

And a new WORLD RECORD, Ashton Lambie :USA breaks is own individual pursuit WR in 4.06.407 (former 4.07.251) 

Where is this going to end ? :mumble:

Chloe Dygert going faster than a team pursuit.

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Matthew Glaetzer was diagnosed with thyroid cancer apparently. He should make a full recovery though.


All King Victor Emmanuel's Show Horses Can Make Really Beautiful People Fall

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Hopefully he'll recover in time to be in shape in Tokyo, although of course the main issue is to hope he'll be back to normal health in the first place.

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26 minutes ago, intoronto said:

:CAN Stefan Ritter (only 21) has retired. He is a former world junior champion, but suffered a huge accident last year (brain injury) and decided to end his career in the interest of his long term health.

 

https://stefan-ritter.com/2019/11/27/my-track-cycling-career/

Too bad, the few times I saw him ride, I could only imagine the potential he had :(


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