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Old 15-03-2018, 02:36 PM   #21
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I'm not really a fan of motorsport but watching clips like this is incredible to see what the human animal is capable of....isle of man TT: 37 miles course, 200 bends, average speed: 120mph!!!

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Old 15-03-2018, 02:51 PM   #22
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Little known despite being one of the best traditional climbers in the world on rock or ice: dave mcleod put up what was at that time the hardest trad route in the world on Dumbarton Rock just across the clyde from glasgow; took some falls before he cracked it though!

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Ronaldinho is the only brazilian player i have ever liked. This above video sums him up, and he was not your normal football player like c ronaldo, whom pretends such moments.

Such a lovely moment, he really made that poor mans moment. Typical ronaldinho, thinking of his fans.

Its nice to see genuine players sometimes reach the top



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Probably the only time i was liking brazil in my life, normally i ignore them.

It was lovely, that he at the last moment, changed his mind as he was about to sign for manutd, but at last moment, signed for barcelona. To become the player we all remember he became.
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Mika Hakkinen - Funny Moments

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you can't beat finns in coolness.....no way

im pretty week on all finland stuff so i'll stop on hakkinen

maybe i will move to finland some day....i can dream
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I'm not really a fan of motorsport but watching clips like this is incredible to see what the human animal is capable of....isle of man TT: 37 miles course, 200 bends, average speed: 120mph!!!

i remeber one coment on one of the videos about TT

"its called isle of man ,cos everything else is land of pussys"

yes TT and Dakar, two best adventures on earth


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Greg Lemond about road cycling

It never gets any easier
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...who was that Leicester goalie...went on to bigger and better things...packs football stadiums single handedly now...forgotten his name...
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...who was that Leicester goalie...went on to bigger and better things...packs football stadiums single handedly now...forgotten his name...
Definitely not Peter Shilton nor Gordon Banks, although both played for Leicester. Yeah, I know the one.
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...who was that Leicester goalie...went on to bigger and better things...packs football stadiums single handedly now...forgotten his name...
Wrote an article on goalkeeping in this annual I got for a Christmas present in '74. The first time I'd read him in print, literally.

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Wrote an article on goalkeeping in this annual I got for a Christmas present in '74. The first time I'd read him in print, literally.

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Just had a unnerving thought then...hidden symbols etc....title of annual...in which Ickey appears...
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Just had a unnerving thought then...hidden symbols etc....title of annual...in which Ickey appears...
Bearing in mind this is almost a half a century ago, and no-one would even be aware of any such connotation.

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This chap was the model professional. Three Grand National victories and two runner-up places. Yet he conducted himself with the utmost dignity on and off the field of play. Not for Rummy falling out of Stringfellow's at 4am, sloshed. Today's famous sporting figures could learn a thing or two from Red Rum.


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In this game in 2004, when france played england. Zidane done amazing well, seeing the english would of been targeting him with sonic gun binoculars all night.

You will see zidane throw up(vomit), just before he took the penalty in last minute to win the game. His brain must of been all together scrambled as he was taking that penalty against the cheating english and there weapons.

This was truly great performance, of a man targeted the whole match against the vile english, with sonic gun binoculars to keep him quiet. But zidane scored a free kick, then rounded it of with a penalty. Before he kicked in the penalty in last minute, you can see him vomiting. His brains at this moment was being scrambled by the vile english and weapons(sonic gun binoculars), from someone in that crowd.



Where good triumphed over the evil english and there cheating ways, of using weapons to destroy there opponents in football.

Disgusting cheats the english, but zidane showed that night what a great player he was. Even though his brain was being scrambled at that moment he took that penalty, he still held together to win the game.

Nowadays everyone knows the tactics of the english. To microwave the opposition dressing room, and then use sonic gun binoculars to follow players round the pitch.

But that night zidane showed he truly was a great player, to come through that disgusting tactics of the english. Now everyone knows how the english cheat, but back then not so much.

Zidane for me was the 2nd best player ever behind maradona. That night he showed why he was great.

For people that do not know, sonic gun binoculars scrambles your brains. Like your very drunk. You can see why zidane was throwing up before he took that penalty against the cheating english and all there weapons.

What an amazing performance by zidane that night.

Thats what you call being great.
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Dean Karnazes, the American ultra runner.

He has his critics but an inspiring guy to listen to, imo.

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Been reading about Botham. In truth, a couple of his contemporaries such as David Gower and Graham Gooch were actually better batsmen (which is how I remember it), but the reason Botham is so remembered is because of his penchant for innings like the one above, and his larger-than-life persona which made good copy.

When Botham emerged, cricket in England was still seen as the province of the middle classes, and those from the south of England at that. If you went to the right school, you'd be chosen to play. Coming from a working-class background Botham had to win their acceptance but a lot of his persona was in defiance of the cricket establishment. Working class cricket fans championed him due to his entertaining, unpredictable style of playing, as well as being from the same background.
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