Monctezuma's Revenge?

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matabala

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Aug 6, 2003, 4:23:24 PM8/6/03
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Why are so many pro riders coming down with "stomach problems"? Botero out
the rest of season with "stomach problems". Five of eight Kelme out of Tour
of Portugal "stomach problems". Seems every other day a rider comes down
with an ntestinal disorder of one type or another. Even Armstrong had a
bout earlier this year. Someone might want to tell them that it ain't by
eating burritos that they'll get to be like Lance.


Jiyang Chen

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Aug 6, 2003, 4:45:56 PM8/6/03
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Isn't it obvious? This is all sabatoge...


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John Forrest Tomlinson

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Aug 6, 2003, 6:15:53 PM8/6/03
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"matabala" <wka...@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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> Why are so many pro riders coming
> down with "stomach problems"?

Eating many 4-8,000 calories daily, drinking many quarts of water
daily, traveling a lot and eating in strange restaurants all put a lot
of stress on the stomach. As does racing.

JT

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Fred Marx

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Aug 6, 2003, 6:43:16 PM8/6/03
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matabala wrote:

> Why are so many pro riders coming down with "stomach problems"? Botero out
> the rest of season with "stomach problems".


he's just using that as an excuse, really he just sucks.

Nick Burns

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Aug 6, 2003, 8:55:26 PM8/6/03
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"Fred Marx" <Fred...@GreasyChainrings.com> wrote in message
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>
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> matabala wrote:
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> > Why are so many pro riders coming down with "stomach problems"? Botero
out
> > the rest of season with "stomach problems".
>
>
> he's just using that as an excuse, really he just sucks.

That's not right.

However, judging by this year's results I would say his stomach problem is
its size.

Fred Marx

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Aug 6, 2003, 8:36:59 PM8/6/03
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>>
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>>he's just using that as an excuse, really he just sucks.
>
>
> That's not right.
>
> However, judging by this year's results I would say his stomach problem is
> its size.


yea mabe he won the rights to Jan's old title "Struedel Boy" or was It
"poppin' fresh" sorry the winds blowing way to hard to get out and ride
and it's makeing me pissy.

Ken Papai

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Aug 6, 2003, 8:46:10 PM8/6/03
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"Jiyang Chen" <Jiy...@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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> Isn't it obvious? This is all sabatoge...

Another TROLL from "Ji"

matabala

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Aug 7, 2003, 1:32:15 AM8/7/03
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Guess that's why there's an infirmary at every truck stop.

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Kyle Legate

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Aug 7, 2003, 12:33:52 PM8/7/03
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Fred Marx wrote:
>
> yea mabe he won the rights to Jan's old title "Struedel Boy" or was
> It "poppin' fresh" sorry the winds blowing way to hard to get out
> and ride and it's makeing me pissy.
>
Damn, that's the lamest excuse I've ever heard. What sport would you play if
you lived in Belgium?


Jason Waddell

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Aug 7, 2003, 3:13:45 PM8/7/03
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>Subject: Re: Monctezuma's Revenge?
>From: "matabala" wka...@yahoo.com
>Date: 8/7/03 12:32 AM Central Daylight Time
>Message-id: <bgso91$48e$1...@news-reader2.wanadoo.fr>

>
>Guess that's why there's an infirmary at every truck stop.
>

I've never had stomach problems...


thanks,
jason

Davide Tosi

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Aug 7, 2003, 3:51:21 PM8/7/03
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"Kyle Legate" <leg...@hotmail.com> wrote:

Pidgeon races are very popular in Belgium. That's the "sport" practiced by
local fatties.

Fred Marx

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Aug 7, 2003, 8:53:16 PM8/7/03
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Kyle Legate wrote:

lacrosse? what is this a test? I don't live in BElgium, nor do IU have
to ride in those sort of conditions.......


Van Hoorebeeck Bart

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Aug 8, 2003, 2:42:17 AM8/8/03
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Kyle Legate schreef:

you guys are not in tune with climate developments; we've been having real
summer weather for 3 months now, and last week was tropical.

but Tosi is right about the pigeons, although the sport is disappearing together
with my granpa's generation.
BTW, doping rages high in that sport. And the main strategical ploy used is
'widowhood'. Serious stuff.

Kyle Legate

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Aug 9, 2003, 7:50:28 AM8/9/03
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Van Hoorebeeck Bart wrote:
> Kyle Legate schreef:
>
>> Fred Marx wrote:
>>>
>>> yea mabe he won the rights to Jan's old title "Struedel Boy" or was
>>> It "poppin' fresh" sorry the winds blowing way to hard to get out
>>> and ride and it's makeing me pissy.
>>>
>> Damn, that's the lamest excuse I've ever heard. What sport would you
>> play if you lived in Belgium?
>
> you guys are not in tune with climate developments; we've been having
> real summer weather for 3 months now, and last week was tropical.
>
I'm in tune alright. Right now it's 41C on my south german balcony. And to
think, where I used to live is in the mid 20s right now, whereas in past
years it was always over 30 at this time. I just can't escape the swelter.


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