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Ullman last won the day on March 24 2018

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  1. I was the same. Thought I'd give it a chance then was completely absorbed by it.
  2. Really pleased for Tom Pidcock. His road racing season had been going really well until he got knocked off his bike while out training. He produced some very impressive results in the spring classics. Like a lot of the best road riders from the Low Countries he's also shown his class in cyclo-cross and mountain biking. Could go on to be a top Grand Tour rider. Going to be interesting to watch his career in the next few years.
  3. Well done to GB's Alex Yee for winning silver in the men's triathlon. Looked like he had a chance of gold at one point but Norway's Blummenfelt really pushed on and won by a large margin in the end.
  4. Annemiek van Vleuten, I had a few quid on her (each way fortunately) and wondered why she looked so ecstatic at winning slilver. Astonishing performance by Austria's Anna Kiesenhofer to take gold. Went in the early breakaway and never looked like getting caught.
  5. Saw the two games against Leeds and I though the Catalans comfortably overhauled the deficit in both games. Sounds like they almost got caught out yesterday though and they inevitably will be at some point if they keep giving big leads away.
  6. I think you make a good point. Attendances might be unrestricted but with very high infection rates and many people being instructed to self-isolate, fans aren't going to come flooding back in the numbers that might have been expected.
  7. That's why it was so good to see tens of thousands of people along the route watching the men's cycling road race. Very tough excellent race too with Ecuador's national hero Richard Carapaz taking gold. My few quid went on Wout van Aert, each way fortunately as he picked up the silver medal. Hard to see past a Netherands medal feast in the women's road race tomorrow.
  8. Wout van Aert stronger in the sprint that mattered though. That's the Mont Ventoux stage, a time trial and a sprint he's won. Doesn't seem to be anything he can't do. Still been a brilliant Tour for Mark Cavendish, four stage wins and winning the green jersey competition would have been beyond his wildest dreams a year ago.
  9. Cavendish looking extremely strong at the intermediate sprint with 40km to go.
  10. Procession into Paris done with now the race is on. C'mon Cav.
  11. Sens unique in the second half, looked like the Catalans had said we'll give you sixteen start this week.
  12. I think you were close when the Bluddy Targers played Arsenal in the FA Cup Final.
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