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Post subject: World Track Cycling
Joined: 17:08 on 2nd Sep 2012
|Just in case you missed it?????? Australia have easily beaten Great??????Britain in the cycling at Colombo,,,,,,OK poms we know it,if you dont win it it is not important how about tiddley Winks & Marbles?|
Post subject: Re: World Track Cycling
Joined: 13:24 on 9th Jan 2014
Just in case you missed it?????? Australia have easily beaten Great??????Britain in the cycling at Colombo,,,,,,OK poms we know it,if you dont win it it is not important how about tiddley Winks & Marbles?
'Easily' beat us eh? You came 3rd on the medals table with 3 golds and 2 silvers and we came 4th with 2 golds and one silver.....hardly an 'easy' victory you idiot!!
Actually, I do think cycling is important, i love the sport. I was watching live when the Poms absolutely SMASHED the Aussies at the London Olympics and it was magnificent, even bettered the Bejing Olympics
Did you watch the London Olympics Lofthouse?? You did post one Olympics thread on the Fanatics website but then for some reason you disappeared???
For countless years we Aussies (and the rest of the world) had to sit and watch the boring tactics the Poms inflicted and sports fans in their efforts to avoid countless defeats in various sports, now this jerk Cavendish who is admittedly a world class cyclist,is whinging because The Australians just happened to have a plan to minimise his chance of winning Gold in the Olympics Road race and it worked,he is obviously a sore loser..........you will no doubt have noticed that neither Wiggins or Cavendish did anything without the team support that they both needed in France
Although it was yet again another insightful bit of sporting commentary but strangely it was the ONLY post you made during the Olympics 2012, why was that?
I can imagine you were face down on the floor in a pool of your own bitter vomit by the end of the 2012 Games, but hey ho there's always next time!!
Anyway, back to the World Track Cycling. GB usually doesn't do that well in these as we tend to peak at the Olympics but i think we did quite well in Cali 2014 and are definitely on course to smash the Aussies AGAIN at Rio 2016. We are currently going through a transition phase after sweeping all the medal at London 2012 but there are some great Pommy cyclists coming through so i can wait for the future
If we look at the overall medal history of World Track Champs i see that we have 93 gold medals to Australia's 66....so YET AGAIN LOFTY I'M NOT SURE WHY YOU'RE BRAGGING
On the subject of cycling will you be watching this years Tour de France or will that be too painfull
One more thing, just for some pure comedy gold i'm going to post some of your legendary cycling posts from another sports forum, these were posted in 2011 and contain some of your predictions for global Australian dominance in cycling!!!
There is no doubt that we will "destroy" the poms as we always have done except the Beijing Olympics where we were in the middle of a "transition " phase,....I'm pleased Bobridge shattered Boardmans world record that should never have stood because of the "superbike "problem.
Congratulations to England on aquiring a bronze medal in the mens pursuit, unfortunately for them Australia beat Russia for the gold medal by four seconds (that is an enormous gap, about seventy metres) and five seconds faster than the poms bronze medal time.....and the ages of our four man team?????...19-19-20 & 21,....yes Bobridge is the old man of the team.
It would seem that our renewed domination of track cycling could go on for years & years.
Australia are back again as the undisputed top cycling nation in the world,we lead the medal toll in Holland,..6 gold-2 silver-& 1 bronze,compared to 1-5-3 by the poms.....Shane Perkins gave Chris Hoy a hiding in the mens Keirin, and Anna Mears likewise hammered Victoria Pendelton in the womens sprint,so with only one more days competition to go we are in an unassailable position, my guess is that both Hoy & Pendleton will retire before the 2012 Olympics rather than face a humiliation .
If this isn't total annihalation of the cycling world I would like to know what is....England finished above us in the Beijing Olympics simply because they dominated us in the cycling,obviously those days are now gone,our team must be the youngest team ever to represent their country and we could see some of them in the 2020 Olympics,it is pretty daunting, Victoria Pendelton the top Pommie female rider was totally obliterated in the Womens Keirin and finished a miserable 7th place,....I doubt she will be a force in the 2012 games in London
Bobridge is obviously going to become one of the worlds best riders ever and he is only 21 years old....history has shown that England nearly always have a huge fall immediately after conquering at any sport,and this is yet another case of it being so,they now come under the "also rans" catagory in world cycling .
Pure quality, Lofthouse you are a pri*k of the highest order
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