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Use of Electroacupuncture at ST36 to Inhibit Anaphylactic and
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Could someone give me access to articles :
(1)
Fu H.
What is the material base of acupuncture? The nerves!
Medical Hypotesis, Volume 54, Issue 3, Pages 358-359
doi:10.1054/mehy.1999.0846
http://www.medical-hypotheses.com/article/S0306-9877(99)90846-0/pdf

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Moon P-D.,
Use of Electroacupuncture at ST36 to Inhibit Anaphylactic and
Inflammatory Reaction in Mice.
Neuroimmunomodulation 2007;14:24-31
DOI: 10.1159/000107285

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* Another Master of Doping - 2 messages, 2 authors
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* New Bontrager or Old Fizik Saddle - 1 messages, 1 author
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* Paris-Grubaix betting odds - Chavanel looks good - 2 messages, 2 authors
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* Strickland Believes Armstrong Doped - 2 messages, 2 authors
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* Paris- Roubaix Spoiler Alert - Van Summeren - Cancellara - Tiallingii - 3
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* Never trust a Norwegian - 1 messages, 1 author
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* clicking money on online - 1 messages, 1 author
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* Not a good day for the Rainbow Jersey - 13 messages, 7 authors
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TOPIC: Another Master of Doping
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== 1 of 2 ==
Date: Sat, Apr 9 2011 11:46 pm
From: Simply Fred


Cicero Venatio wrote:
> The question is who hasn't doped. Answer: me, and maybe a few slower
> than me, but that's about it.

You make up for it by being a dope.


== 2 of 2 ==
Date: Sun, Apr 10 2011 1:16 am
From: Fredmaster of Brainerd


On Apr 9, 7:32 pm, Cicero Venatio <jazzyb...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> The question is who hasn't doped.  Answer: me, and maybe a few slower
> than me, but that's about it.

Luftmensch,

Start doping, already. Your poor performance is letting
down your adoring fans.

Fredmaster Ben


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== 1 of 1 ==
Date: Sun, Apr 10 2011 5:26 am
From: --D-y


On Apr 8, 7:01 pm, Anton Berlin <truth_88...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> http://www.competitivecyclist.com/product-components/2010-selle-itali...
>
> throw that other garbage away

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== 1 of 2 ==
Date: Sun, Apr 10 2011 7:07 am
From: BL


On 4/9/2011 11:38 PM, Anton Berlin wrote:
> 2011 Paris - Roubaix - What the Bookies Think
> Fabian Cancellara is installed the short price favourite. The odds for
> Paris-Roubaix from Sportingbet Australia.
>
> Who will win the 2011 Paris Roubaix? Sportingbet Australia,
> http://www.sportingbet.com.au have the market up for the race.
>
> Fabian Cancellara is favourite to defend his title @ $2.10. His main
> challengers are Tom Boonen @ $5 and Thor Hushovd at $7. With the next
> best rider, Sylvain Chavanel @ $21, the bookies think it's a three
> horse race.
>
> Cancellara was in brilliant touch last week when he launched that
> attack from the peloton 50km from home. Tom Boonen has been quietly
> going about his business but Quick-Step need a result. So do Garmin-
> Cervelo who have been virtually non-existent this classics campaign.
> Can Hushovd or Haussler ($26) turn their fortunes around?
>
> George Hincapie is listed @ $34. Can the veteran finally achieve his
> Paris-Roubaix goal after years of bad luck? With BMC showing their
> strong presence in last week's Tour of Flanders, he is a good chance
> to take victory.
>
> Italian Filippo Pozzato $26 is under pressure to perform with Katusha
> directeur sportif Serge Parsani saying that Pozzato needs to deliver
> results as Katusha's leader. Will Pozzato respond to the pressure and
> deliver a memorable win?
>
> Who do you think will win? Put your money where your mouth is. Here
> are the odds.
>
> Overall Winner
>
> Fabian Cancellara - $2.10
> Tom Boonen - $5
> Thor Hushovd - $7
> Sylvain Chavanel - $21
> Juan Antonio Flecha - $21
> Heinrich Haussler - $26
> Alessandro Ballan - $26
> Filippo Pozzato - $26
> Stijn Devolder - $34
> Geraint Thomas - $34
> Lars Boom - $34
> Tyler Farrar - $34
> Edvald Boasson-Hagen - $34
> Bjorn Leukemans - $34
> George Hincapie - $34
> Stuart O'Grady - $51
> Luca Paolini - $51
> Roger Hammond - $51
> Sebastien Langeveld - $51
> Bernhard Eisel - $51
> Greg Van Avermaet - $51
>
> Featured Head to Heads
>
> Tom Boonen $1.67 v Thor Hushovd $2.15
> Leif Hoste $1.72 v Stuart O'Grady $2.05
> Mark Cavendish $1.50 v Alex Rasmussen $2.50
> Heinrich Haussler $1.67 v Tyler Farrar $2.15
> George Hincapie $1.87 v Geraint Thomas $1.87
>
> Top Belgian Rider?
>
> Tom Boonen $2
> Bjorn Leukemans $3
> Stijn Devolder $3.50
> Any Other Belgian $6
>
> There is also a market there if Boonen and Cancellara will finish in
> the top 3 and more head to heads.
>
> For the complete markets, check their website: http://www.sportingbet.com.au
> and whilst you're there, check out the Tour de France market.
>
> If you sign up to Sportingbet and deposit $30, they will give you a
> free $100 bet. A no risk $100 on George Hincapie or Filippo Pozzato
> perhaps?
If Hincapie wins, I'll donate $34 to the LAF in his name.


== 2 of 2 ==
Date: Sun, Apr 10 2011 10:40 am
From: Simply Fred


Anton Berlin wrote:
> 2011 Paris - Roubaix - What the Bookies Think
> Fabian Cancellara is installed the short price favourite.

Johan van Summeren 66/1 (sports.ladbrokes.com)

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== 1 of 2 ==
Date: Sun, Apr 10 2011 7:07 am
From: BL


On 4/8/2011 4:56 PM, derFahrer@gmail.com wrote:
> On Apr 6, 1:05 pm, BL<B...@nowhere.com> wrote:
>>
>> Is that *the* issue? It may be your issue, but it isn't everyone's issue.
>
> are you trying to say that you "have issues"? Tell us something we
> don't already know.
Everyone has issues, FuckTard.


== 2 of 2 ==
Date: Sun, Apr 10 2011 12:21 pm
From: Frederick the Great


In article <296dnR8VsM8kJDzQnZ2dnUVZ_uydnZ2d@giganews.com>,
BL <BL@nowhere.com> wrote:

> On 4/8/2011 4:56 PM, derFahrer@gmail.com wrote:
> > On Apr 6, 1:05 pm, BL<B...@nowhere.com> wrote:
> >>
> >> Is that *the* issue? It may be your issue, but it isn't everyone's issue.
> >
> > are you trying to say that you "have issues"? Tell us something we
> > don't already know.
> Everyone has issues, FuckTard.

Not everyone advertises them on usenet.
Did you make a business decision?

--
Old Fritz

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TOPIC: Paris- Roubaix Spoiler Alert - Van Summeren - Cancellara - Tiallingii
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== 1 of 3 ==
Date: Sun, Apr 10 2011 8:03 am
From: Anton Berlin


crashes and tactics win the day

The sun shone and it was blue skies rather than mud that greeted the
combatants on today's Paris Roubaix. On a spectacular day of crashes,
splits and dust it was Johan Vansummeren who soloed off the front off
the leading group to take the line at the Roubaix velodrome and
salvage Garmin-Cervelo's classics season after all Cancellara's
efforts were only enough to score him second place.

Bradley Wiggins (Sky) had an early poke off the front and was joined
by five other riders to build up an early lead before being reeled
back in with 190km still to run. Martin Elmiger (Ag2r) was the next to
drag a break away from the peloton, and that group had a 50-second
lead by the time they hit the first stretch of cobbles. By the 100km
to go mark the lead group had settled to 11 riders and the advantage
was nearly two minutes.

At the Arenberg the chase started in earnest but the famous trench
claimed Tom Boonen (Quick Step) who first pulled over with mechanical
problems and then took down Sky's Geraint Thomas in a crash just after
he restarted. Quick Step's Sylvain Chavanel was the next to go,
falling heavily on a paved section as he chased to rejoin the main
group after a puncture. The Belgian made it back on to his bike but
pulled up with 52km to go.

The crashes came thick and fast and Pozzatto (Katusha), Hammond
(Garmin Cervelo) and Haussler (Garmin Cervelo) all hit the deck as the
pace increased. With just less than 50km to go it was Thor Hushovd who
fired himself off the front. His burst of pace, with Cancellara
following his wheel, was the move that finally broke up the group
containing the main contenders. Juan Antonio Flecha was struggling to
stay in touch with Ballan also in tow. As the clock ticked down past
30km to go Cancellara sat up and seemed to say in no uncertain terms
that he wasn't happy doing all the work, and the slowing of pace
allowed Juan Antonio Flecha to bridge back to the leaders.

Ahead of them the leading group had swelled to 16 riders: Lars Ytting
Bak (HTC-Highroad), Jurgen Roelandts (Omega Pharma-Lotto), Manuel
Quinziato (BMC Racing Team), Frederic Guesdon (FDJ), Baden Cooke (Saxo
Bank-SunGard), John Degenkolb (HTC-Highroad), Tom Leezer (Rabobank),
Gabriel Rasch (Garmin-Cervelo) Gregory Rast (RadioShack), Maarten
Tjallingi (Rabobank), Martin Elmiger (AG2R-La Mondiale), Timon Seubert
(Team NetApp), Jimmy Engoulvent (Saur-Sojasun), Mitchell Docker (Skil-
Shimano), David Boucher (Omega-Pharma Lotto), David Veilleux
(Europcar), Andre Greipel (Omega Pharma-Lotto) Koen de Kort (Skil-
Shimano), Gorazd Stangelj (Astana), and Johan Vansummeren (Garmin-
Cervelo). Vansummeren, Rast, Tjallingii and Bak managed to sneak off
the front and their advantage was up to 25 seconds at the Carrefour de
L'Arbre.

A minute back Hushovd and Cancellara had decided that it was make or
break time, and Cancellara had to use all of his bike skills to avoid
getting sideswiped by a motorcycle outrider as he upped the pace.
Johan Vansummeren chose exactly the same point of the race to launch
his solo attack for glory. Hushovd and Cancellara soon dropped Ballan
and Boom and scythed through the rest of the leading group to move up
to fifth and sixth on the road with 13km to go, and Vansummeren almost
reeled back in by Tjallingi at the 8km mark with Rast and Bak chasing
hard.

With 5km to go Vansummeren's advantage had grown again to 30 seconds
and with no chasing pack it looked like it would be enough as the
Belgian navigated the final section of pavé. A magnificent attack by
Cancellara at 3km saw him fly off the front of the leading group to
solo up to the chasing three and shot by them in an attempt to close
the gap and he almost made it: as Vansummeren took the bell for the
final lap of the velodrome the chasers were already on the boards. But
nothing was going to deny Vansummeren his day in the sun, and he took
the line arms aloft as behind him Cancellara outsprinted Tjallingii to
take second place.

Johan Vansummeren (Garmin Cervelo) 6h 07m 28s
Fabian Cancellara (Leopard Trek) 19s
Marten Tjallingii (Rabobank) 19s
Gregory Rast (Radio Shack) 19s
Lars Bak (HTC Highroad) 21s
Alessandro Ballan (BMC) 36s
Bernard Eisel (HTC Highroad) 47s
Thor Hushovd (Garmin Cervelo) 47s
Juan Antonio Flecha (Sky) 47s
Matthew Hayman (Sky) 47s


== 2 of 3 ==
Date: Sun, Apr 10 2011 10:42 am
From: Simply Fred


Anton Berlin wrote:
> Johan Vansummeren (Garmin Cervelo) 6h 07m 28s
> Fabian Cancellara (Leopard Trek) 19s
> Marten Tjallingii (Rabobank) 19s
> Gregory Rast (Radio Shack) 19s
> Lars Bak (HTC Highroad) 21s
> Alessandro Ballan (BMC) 36s
> Bernard Eisel (HTC Highroad) 47s
> Thor Hushovd (Garmin Cervelo) 47s
> Juan Antonio Flecha (Sky) 47s
> Matthew Hayman (Sky) 47s

Must be some time since QS didn't make the top 10.


== 3 of 3 ==
Date: Sun, Apr 10 2011 11:10 am
From: Uncle Dave


On Apr 10, 4:03 pm, Anton Berlin <truth_88...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> crashes and tactics win the day
>
> The sun shone and it was blue skies rather than mud that greeted the
> combatants on today's Paris Roubaix. On a spectacular day of crashes,
> splits and dust it was Johan Vansummeren who soloed off the front off
> the leading group to take the line at the Roubaix velodrome and
> salvage Garmin-Cervelo's classics season after all Cancellara's
> efforts were only enough to score him second place.
>
> Bradley Wiggins (Sky) had an early poke off the front and was joined
> by five other riders to build up an early lead before being reeled
> back in with 190km still to run. Martin Elmiger (Ag2r) was the next to
> drag a break away from the peloton, and that group had a 50-second
> lead by the time they hit the first stretch of cobbles. By the 100km
> to go mark the lead group had settled to 11 riders and the advantage
> was nearly two minutes.
>
> At the Arenberg the chase started in earnest

I dunno about that - everyone, leaders and chasers - seemed to take a
breather for a while. I wouldn't say the Arenberg played that big a
role this year. Boonen could have had trouble anywhere on the
course. I must say I can't remember seeing a team leader have to wait
that long for a team-mate to happen along. Astonishing really,
leaving aside the fact that you'd have expected somebody to be with
him anyway at that stage of the race.

UD

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== 1 of 1 ==
Date: Sun, Apr 10 2011 8:09 am
From: Anton Berlin


http://www.velonation.com/News/ID/8055/Thor-Hushovd-The-team-is-racing-one-hundred-percent-for-me-on-Sunday.aspx

Much of what makes the Garmin-Cervelo roster so impressive is the fact
that it contains so many potential winners, highlighted of course by
World Champion, Thor Hushovd, Heinrich Haussler, and Tyler Farrar,
Sunday's Paris-Roubaix, however, will see a different look for the
team of Jonathan Vaughters.

"The team is racing one hundred percent for me on Sunday," says Thor
Hushovd to VG Nett. "We are agreed on that."

The original three-headed monster at the top of the team will now
consist of just one, and he'll be in the rainbow jersey as he tears
northward from Compiegne through the barren Nord Pas de Calais
countryside on Sunday.

According to the multi-time Norwegian national champion, the decision
to base the Hell of the North completely around his performance was a
simple one - it's his race and no one else on the team has the form or
credentials to argue the fact.

"A few things have determined that. We have seen, for example, that
Heinrich is not in the shape we hoped he would be in. At the same
time, Roubaix is a different race than Sanremo and Flanders. In
Roubaix, I've shown I can win. No one else has shown that. In that
case, the choice is easy."

Up until this point in the spring, the Garmin-Cervelo Classics
campaign has faltered at every turn. They haven't raced terribly by
any means, but the results, that which a team lives and dies by,
haven't been forthcoming. All that could change on Sunday though. A
win in the Roubaix velodrome would be huge for not only the team, but
Thor Hushovd as well, who has said that it is his biggest goal.

With so much riding on Paris-Roubaix - it would seem that placing all
the hopes on the broad shoulders of Hushovd would be a recipe for a
whole lot of pressure, but the Norwegian shrugs off the pressure and
points to not Sunday, but Monday, when he'll address that idea.

"It is only on Monday when I'll talk about things like that. If I get
the result on Sunday, then my spring season is a success."

If the 33 year old from Grimstad takes the victory this weekend, it
won't just be a successful spring season for him, but his whole team
as well. It will take a perfect team effort and a perfect Thor Hushovd
when the race heads into its decisive phases as it approaches Roubaix
in a little over twenty four hours.

Read more:
http://www.velonation.com/News/ID/8055/Thor-Hushovd-The-team-is-racing-one-hundred-percent-for-me-on-Sunday.aspx#ixzz1J8K3lfLy

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== 1 of 13 ==
Date: Sun, Apr 10 2011 8:28 am
From: --D-y


This isn't the Wednesday Night Crit series, it's the Queen of the
Classics.
Hushovd did not ride like a champion, but a team worker.
Good for van Summeren; a fine reward for work done for others, but
this was negative racing meant not to win, or meant *less* to win,
than to try to prevent another (aptly nicknamed Spartacus) from
winning. I mean to say, tacticss that don't exactly smell good even at
the WNCS, in the Cat 5's.
IMHO
--D-y


== 2 of 13 ==
Date: Sun, Apr 10 2011 8:55 am
From: Amit Ghosh


On Apr 10, 11:28 am, --D-y <dustoyev...@mac.com> wrote:

> This isn't the Wednesday Night Crit series, it's the Queen of the
> Classics.
> Hushovd did not ride like a champion, but a team worker.

dumbass,

since cycling is a team sport hushovd also won, so it was a good day
for him.

next time post your noobie analysis on the cyclingnews forums where it
belongs.


== 3 of 13 ==
Date: Sun, Apr 10 2011 9:23 am
From: --D-y


On Apr 10, 10:55 am, Amit Ghosh <amit.gh...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Apr 10, 11:28 am, --D-y <dustoyev...@mac.com> wrote:
>
> > This isn't the Wednesday Night Crit series, it's the Queen of the
> > Classics.
> > Hushovd did not ride like a champion, but a team worker.
>
> dumbass,
>
> since cycling is a team sport hushovd also won, so it was a good day
> for him.
>
> next time post your noobie analysis on the cyclingnews forums where it
> belongs.

First USCF license in 1980. First sewups in '72.

Comments stand. Negative teamwork to defeat a stronger opponent--
somewhat stinky but fine, except for having the Rainbow Jersey on his
back.
"Team orders" are no justification.

Since you're such an expert, you'll remember who the rider was who
went back for LANCE's water bottles while he (the team rider) was
wearing the Yellow Jersey in the Tour de France, and the large amount
of well-deserved flak LANCE & Co. got for dishonoring the Yellow
Jersey from the Press (mostly composed of long-time followers of
bicycle racing and the Tour de France).

I post here when I want and as I want, just like everyone else, and
just like I always have.

If you want to disagree with opinion stated here-- and clearly labeled
as such-- I suggest you do so minus the name-calling and attempted
bullying. Up to you!
--D-y


== 4 of 13 ==
Date: Sun, Apr 10 2011 10:40 am
From: Fred


On Apr 10, 10:28 am, --D-y <dustoyev...@mac.com> wrote:
> This isn't the Wednesday Night Crit series, it's the Queen of the
> Classics.
> Hushovd did not ride like a champion, but a team worker.
> Good for van Summeren; a fine reward for work done for others, but
> this was negative racing meant not to win, or meant *less* to win,
> than to try to prevent another (aptly nicknamed Spartacus) from
> winning. I mean to say, tacticss that don't exactly smell good even at
> the WNCS, in the Cat 5's.
> IMHO
> --D-y

Gotta disagree here. Up until Thor couldn't follow the last
acceleration w/ 3km to go, Garmin-Cervelo were executing perfect
tactics, and Thor himself did exactly what he was supposed to do. The
team put a man out front to help if/when he caught up, and when it was
apparent that the catch wasn't coming, they let him ride away from the
break to force Cancellara and others to work even harder.

What would you, if you were to put on your DS hat, have had him do,
trade pulls w/ Cancellara to 'prove' he was stronger? Boonen tried it
last year at Flanders, it failed. Thor would've failed at it, too.

Fred


== 5 of 13 ==
Date: Sun, Apr 10 2011 10:46 am
From: Simply Fred


--D-y wrote:
>> This isn't the Wednesday Night Crit series, it's the Queen of the
>> Classics.
>> Hushovd did not ride like a champion, but a team worker.

Fred wrote:
> Gotta disagree here. Up until Thor couldn't follow the last
> acceleration w/ 3km to go, Garmin-Cervelo were executing perfect
> tactics, and Thor himself did exactly what he was supposed to do. The
> team put a man out front to help if/when he caught up, and when it was
> apparent that the catch wasn't coming, they let him ride away from the
> break to force Cancellara and others to work even harder.
>
> What would you, if you were to put on your DS hat, have had him do,
> trade pulls w/ Cancellara to 'prove' he was stronger? Boonen tried it
> last year at Flanders, it failed. Thor would've failed at it, too.

It would have been entertaining if Boonen and/or Chavanel had been there
too.


== 6 of 13 ==
Date: Sun, Apr 10 2011 11:05 am
From: Uncle Dave


On Apr 10, 4:28 pm, --D-y <dustoyev...@mac.com> wrote:
> This isn't the Wednesday Night Crit series, it's the Queen of the
> Classics.
> Hushovd did not ride like a champion, but a team worker.

Nonsense. He tried to escape a couple of times on the pave before
Cancellera started jumping about. He was probably spent by the time
Cancellera started complaining - understandably - about him not
working in the group. If anything, he was a victim today - he looked
strong all day.

UD


== 7 of 13 ==
Date: Sun, Apr 10 2011 11:40 am
From: Amit Ghosh


On Apr 10, 12:23 pm, --D-y <dustoyev...@mac.com> wrote:

> First USCF license in 1980. First sewups in '72.
>
> Comments stand. Negative teamwork to defeat a stronger opponent--
> somewhat stinky but fine, except for having the Rainbow Jersey on his
> back.
> "Team orders" are no justification.


dumbass,

so, you're old you and still have an amateur perspective.

check the PR start list. are there solo riders registered ? no you can
only compete in professional cycling as a team - because it is a team
sport. since his team won it is just as if he had won. so it was a
good day for him.

== 8 of 13 ==
Date: Sun, Apr 10 2011 11:42 am
From: Mike Owens


On Apr 10, 1:40 pm, Fred <fred.gar...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> On Apr 10, 10:28 am, --D-y <dustoyev...@mac.com> wrote:
>
> > This isn't the Wednesday Night Crit series, it's the Queen of the
> > Classics.
> > Hushovd did not ride like a champion, but a team worker.
> > Good for van Summeren; a fine reward for work done for others, but
> > this was negative racing meant not to win, or meant *less* to win,
> > than to try to prevent another (aptly nicknamed Spartacus) from
> > winning. I mean to say, tacticss that don't exactly smell good even at
> > the WNCS, in the Cat 5's.
> > IMHO
> > --D-y
>
> Gotta disagree here.  Up until Thor couldn't follow the last
> acceleration w/ 3km to go, Garmin-Cervelo were executing perfect
> tactics, and Thor himself did exactly what he was supposed to do.  The
> team put a man out front to help if/when he caught up, and when it was
> apparent that the catch wasn't coming, they let him ride away from the
> break to force Cancellara and others to work even harder.
>
> What would you, if you were to put on your DS hat, have had him do,
> trade pulls w/ Cancellara to 'prove' he was stronger?  Boonen tried it
> last year at Flanders, it failed.  Thor would've failed at it, too.
>
> Fred

I thought it was a terrible mistake on Garmin's part to let 30 riders
go up the road after Orchies. It's one thing to have a strongman like
van Summeren and another team mate up the road in a group of 10 but
there was no way the Hushovd group (with more Garmin riders) are going
to catch a group that big that far up the road without helping. At
that time, it was probably best for Garmin to work Hushovd to the
front for a sprint finish knowing Boonen wasn't going to be there.
-Mike


== 9 of 13 ==
Date: Sun, Apr 10 2011 11:49 am
From: Amit Ghosh


On Apr 10, 2:42 pm, Mike Owens <mowen...@gmail.com> wrote:

> I thought it was a terrible mistake on Garmin's part to let 30 riders
> go up the road after Orchies.  

dumbass,

they won the race.

if you're going to make the argument that a team made a tactical
mistake pick a race they didn't win. it will be a lot easier.


== 10 of 13 ==
Date: Sun, Apr 10 2011 12:03 pm
From: Mike Owens


On Apr 10, 2:49 pm, Amit Ghosh <amit.gh...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Apr 10, 2:42 pm, Mike Owens <mowen...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > I thought it was a terrible mistake on Garmin's part to let 30 riders
> > go up the road after Orchies.  
>
> dumbass,
>
> they won the race.
>
> if you're going to make the argument that a team made a tactical
> mistake pick a race they didn't win. it will be a lot easier.

My name is Mike.

They hadn't won the race yet. It was also a mistake for Cancellera to
let 30 riders go up the road without him.
-Mike


== 11 of 13 ==
Date: Sun, Apr 10 2011 12:15 pm
From: Fredmaster of Brainerd


On Apr 10, 8:28 am, --D-y <dustoyev...@mac.com> wrote:
> This isn't the Wednesday Night Crit series, it's the Queen of the
> Classics.
> Hushovd did not ride like a champion, but a team worker.
> Good for van Summeren; a fine reward for work done for others, but
> this was negative racing meant not to win, or meant *less* to win,
> than to try to prevent another (aptly nicknamed Spartacus) from
> winning. I mean to say, tacticss that don't exactly smell good even at
> the WNCS, in the Cat 5's.
> IMHO
> --D-y

Dumbass,

Van Summeren didn't get a reward for work done for
others. He got a reward for being first across the line
after being in the right place at the right time.

It's bogus to blame a team for racing not to win when
they won the race. Especially when they were helped
by having a lot of guys near the head of the race, and
good tactics.

What's really bogus about blaming Garmin for negative
racing is that it's not as if they attacked to prevent a
break from winning (what "negative racing" often is in
US crit-monkey terms). They won out of the front group
for fucksakes! Nobody is under an obligation to Cancellara
to help bring him up to the front group if he didn't put
himself there.

Yesterday Anorexic Drew Carey was a guy with bad
sideburns and questionable suits, today he's a genius,
three months from now he might be a monkey again.
That's the way the puncture flattens.

Fredmaster Ben


== 12 of 13 ==
Date: Sun, Apr 10 2011 12:16 pm
From: --D-y


On Apr 10, 1:05 pm, Uncle Dave <davidco...@t-online.de> wrote:
> On Apr 10, 4:28 pm, --D-y <dustoyev...@mac.com> wrote:
>
> > This isn't the Wednesday Night Crit series, it's the Queen of the
> > Classics.
> > Hushovd did not ride like a champion, but a team worker.
>
> Nonsense.  He tried to escape a couple of times on the pave before
> Cancellera started jumping about.  He was probably spent by the time
> Cancellera started complaining - understandably - about him not
> working in the group.  If anything, he was a victim today - he looked
> strong all day.

"Jumping about"? Why denigrate? He's (Cancellara) "on the short list",
if he wasn't the absolute strongest. And even after the marking, he
got second. o

The coverage I saw was very sketchy today, lots of stops and starts
especially in the latter part of the race. I tried other feeds but the
good one I found was delayed by several minutes and I hoped for the
best (that they'd fix) so I could see it in real time. Should have
switched, which is all to say I missed a fair amount incl. Hushovd
attacks. I'll take your word for those, and guess Thor was hammered
like you said (not to put words in your mouth except to pun). He maybe
should have made a financial arrangement to cultivate attacking
allies-- I just saw far too much "resting" and not much aggression.

They did show Thor's fall from last year, and he had a hairy moment
again this year when he tried to follow Cancellara around a corner.
Thor knows who his daddy is, I'm guessing.

In my newbie opinion, the true "curse" of the Rainbow Jersey is not
"luck", but being expected to defend it on every outing. Comes with
the territory, and the comments stand-- Thor's ride today was that of
a team worker, while the team worker was "given" the race.

If Cancellara didn't look too disappointed on the second step of the
podium at the end of today's race, well, he's Spartacus, and he's
getting used to being crucified by forces with superiority only in
numbers. What an effort to blaze up there and get that second spot!
Again IMHO, overshadows all but that of Van Summeren.
IMHO
--D-y

== 13 of 13 ==
Date: Sun, Apr 10 2011 12:22 pm
From: --D-y


On Apr 10, 12:40 pm, Fred <fred.gar...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> On Apr 10, 10:28 am, --D-y <dustoyev...@mac.com> wrote:
>
> > This isn't the Wednesday Night Crit series, it's the Queen of the
> > Classics.
> > Hushovd did not ride like a champion, but a team worker.
> > Good for van Summeren; a fine reward for work done for others, but
> > this was negative racing meant not to win, or meant *less* to win,
> > than to try to prevent another (aptly nicknamed Spartacus) from
> > winning. I mean to say, tacticss that don't exactly smell good even at
> > the WNCS, in the Cat 5's.
> > IMHO
> > --D-y
>
> Gotta disagree here.  Up until Thor couldn't follow the last
> acceleration w/ 3km to go, Garmin-Cervelo were executing perfect
> tactics, and Thor himself did exactly what he was supposed to do.  The
> team put a man out front to help if/when he caught up, and when it was
> apparent that the catch wasn't coming, they let him ride away from the
> break to force Cancellara and others to work even harder.

Agreed, in sum. Maybe Thor should have quick pulled on a team jersey,
once they got their late- race strategy figured out?
>
> What would you, if you were to put on your DS hat, have had him do,
> trade pulls w/ Cancellara to 'prove' he was stronger?  Boonen tried it
> last year at Flanders, it failed.  Thor would've failed at it, too.

No, not "trade pulls". Get help from others if possible and attack.
Recognizing that when faced with far superior strength, sometimes
every/anything you do just plays into the hands of the enemy.

Thor spent far too much time taking a sleigh ride in the Rainbow
Jersey.
IMHO
--D-y


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