can he keep itt form for world itt's to beat fabian out?stevesbike said:some of us picked him in the official thread for stage 20; he's been able to recover over the last few days and could go full gas. I have a feeling he's been one of the guys targeted in this year's 'random' controls, and has come up clean so far...
jhamlin38 said:despite my smartass posts, I really do hope so.
Fabian is done because he worked his butt off for his team driving the peloton and shedding people like a chicken shedding it's feathers.shabbasuraj said:Fabian is done.
Shumacky.. is NUTS. The time gaps/intervals are really surprising.
He makes it look so effortless.
If this guy had a team.. he would be a serious contender.
I really do think he went all out on those attacks during all those stages...as the guy is hunting for a new contract. or just riding for the future.. to get a feel for the stages...
2 tdf TT stage wins ... nice.
Einstruzende said:Bravo to the guy. I just really home that nothing funny is going on.
I'd point to the 2006 Tour, when Gonchar some what surprisingly dominated both TTs. (And then got sacked a year later for being suspicious). Please don't be this situation again.
bas said:shumacher took out 30 seconds on fabian in the last 20 minutes.
wasn't shumacher down 3 seconds at 43 minutes time check?
(phil and paul said 20 seconds)... i thought i saw 3 on the clocks, but i wasn't paying much attention..
if it was 20 seconds, he gained 50 seconds? in the last 20 minutes on fabian? WTF?
You didn't havew to be a rocket scientist to see that coming...Travis said:this so rarely happens so I can't miss my chance:
Please move to doping forum