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Zerostar

Member since Dec 2009 • Last active Aug 2015
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    Video was bonkers. Surely they didn't think that they had any chance of avoiding being caught?!

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    Blue trade team Jersey now selling for 35. Down from 90. Predictably popular ...

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    Good luck with that. Turnout amongst the young was estimated at not much above half the turnout rate of the old. Add in the fact that there are more old people than young people and you are facing a major battle to win an election by appealing to younger voters.

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    This is a bit of a blast from the past.

    The omnium continues on Sunday evening and concludes with the points race, which is afforded heavier weighting in the revamped format. Cavendish is also lining up alongside Bradley Wiggins in the madison

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    V nice. Guards and tyres work very nicely. What are they?

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    Immense effort by all involved.

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    Fancy paint job has fancy price?

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    Speculation running riot on Paula over here.

    letsrun.com/forum/flat_read.p­hp?thread=6669431&page=15

    This point on the insularity/money/connections is stark, if true.

    Cram, Radcliffe, Foster and Coe are all good friends, Coe could possibly some time soon be in charge of the IAAF, Foster owns the TV rights to the Diamond League and the Great Run Events (pretty much the only non track events shown on BBC) and would no doubt be after more, he also now owns the mouthpiece of athletics in the UK, Athletics Weekly. Radcliffe, until this broke was trying to get on the IAAF panel for cross country (if she already hasn't).... Cram, Radcliffe and Coe all work in some capacity for Nike, Cram, Radclife and Foster all work for the BBC, it's a very small group of people with an awful lot of say in the uk

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    Agree. Her first four words in that article are "as a professional athlete". The rest of the article then seems to set out to prove otherwise.

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    Just the 670 quid....
    ...plus postage.

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