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Jordon Cooper

The main difference between Lance Armstrong and myself (other than talent, conditioning, and a lot of money) is that if I went in a high altitude mountain bike race in Colorado for 100 miles, I would be praying that death would come soon and merciful. For Armstrong it made him long for even longer mountain climbs on back to back days.

After being a life long sports fan, the most impressive thing I have ever seen was one of his Tour de France mountain climbs where competitors were so tired some walked their bikes for part of it while he just effortlessly climbed the hill. At the end he looked like he could ride the next stage right then.

I wish him luck.


We watched the Tour of Britain today as it came through Telford.

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