Wednesday, July 06, 2005

Stage 4 - and time to post

Haven't had time to post folks, but I've got to stick in a note about Stage 4 or the Tour. Now Lance is in yellow - and I think he knew his team had to go for everything they could on this one. Too many teams were close, and CSC started last. It was quite obvious that several teams were taking this TTT (team time trial) very seriously. Phonak for instance - dropping riders like flies trying to stay in the running. Discovery - working like a machine, but the effort was visible. And CSC - what a run they had. I could see the effort was costing them, and I had just been thinking to myself that they looked near the ragged edge where - cough, cough - 'things' happen. And, a few seconds later - they did. Zabriskie went down, and it was just a miracle that the riders after him didn't also. My heart breaks for him and the team, because they were right on target, and they were all in on this one. They put everything on the line - they had no reserve of energy - they were spending it all. I think if Zabriskie hadn't gone down, they wouldn't have lost to Discovery. Two seconds? A mere blink of the eye can cost nearly that much. Even if they only lost one second, and the HAD to have lost enough concentration to lose that much, they would have kept Zabriskie in yellow another day.

I will post more photos and comments soon!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

thanks again for getting me into the newest technology...This is my first jump into blogging...

Everybody wants to get with a company that will lead them to international experience...and you are in the right place at the right time, only because you have always had a plan. Much congratulations are in order.

I had a tumor in my left kidney so it was removed. Played tennis twice nine weeks later. Same forecast: just watch for a tumor and take it out. As long as I remember to have it checked at least my uninary tract will not kill me. Hope your health is also managed well.


Wednesday, July 06, 2005 6:52:00 PM  
Anonymous Fred said...

So since it was my first time I tried "anonymous" and it worked.

Might as well sign up as an "other".

Wednesday, July 06, 2005 6:53:00 PM  
Blogger Papa said...

Now let's check "blogger" and see what it asks.

Wednesday, July 06, 2005 7:19:00 PM  
Blogger Papa said...

Mark, I registered as Papa so I can make a site for the grandchildren.

Wednesday, July 06, 2005 7:20:00 PM  

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