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Trier last won the day on July 25 2019

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  1. Looking at who needs to be bumped out to move into the top 30 it will not be simple. Some very strong athletes hanging in the 25-35. I do hope Aus can do it though. Don't we only have 1 safely in at the moment?
  2. Maybe they have and he can get one of the GB start spots without being ranked I the top 140 or whatever, but not just an extra spot, they couldn't do that. If GB qualify only 2 then they will need to decide, surely
  3. I don't believe this is the case with all athletes, only dodgy ones. There are some who care what goes into their bodies and their future health. Of course there are the athletes who need banned asthma meds because most medical practitioners in the world are wrong and that banned one does work better. That if they have trained too hard and their thyroid is a little off just take the meds (no TUE even required for this one) instead of having rest days, that steroids for a chest infection are a better option than antibiotics.. This would be some athletes but definately not all. Some have a brain.
  4. Obviously backtracked his story since then. There were ppl questioning how he could train as much and hard as he says he does, without massages, and still recover to do it day after day and not have his body breakdown. Raised some eyebrows, much less suspicious story to be having daily physio.
  5. Does he have to be competing at tokyo to be voted for this or can be purely as past athlete? That could make a huge difference to gb selectors if they end up on the fence about him
  6. Well thats funny, a prominent Aus physio would tell you a different story about Blummenfeldt. Working for an event where athletes receive free massages/physio Blumm told him this was the first massage he had received in many months, stated they were not a regular treatment for him. Stunned the physio.
  7. Well thats funny, a prominent Aus physio would tell you a different story about Blummenfeldt. Working for an event where athletes receive free massages/physio Blumm told him this was the first massage he had received in many months, stated they were not a regular treatment for him. Stunned the physio.
  8. He is ranked 89th at the moment on 1300 points he needs to win 2 WTS races and place well in a couple of others, or 3x 2nds might do it. Others will still be acrueing points too though. Yokohama is the last points race. Let's not forget his race times for his last win a couple years ago was around a minute slower than rhe winning time of that same race this year. He hasn't had WTS racing all his own way for 3 years now, it is different again.
  9. The GB team have to qualify a third spot, it is very different qualifying this year, they are a fair way off having 3. In fact Aus only have 2 spots at the moment and Royle is only just holding on by his teeth to that ranking. To qualify 3 a country needs 3 in the top 30 ranking. Aus have Jake at 3rd Aaron 28th and Willian 31st. GB have Jonny B 11Th and Yee is 32nd Bishop 37th. So at this stage 3 starters isn't happening for either team.
  10. Trier

    Wurf watch

    Yeah, what was with that, no way should just one leg be shortened. ITU need to stop doing this, really imbalances the race. If it's too hot make it a Sprint, don't just cut something from one leg.
  11. Trier

    Wurf watch

    Look at his Instagram pic, shows him re-entering the water way behind the field. He didn't spend the extra time in transition, that's a timing/typo issue. He even says that.
  12. Trier

    Wurf watch

    I am not sure the timing is right, I watched but with no live timing and him not wearing aus suit it was hard to pick the swim. But i think he was the guy way back, finishing after they are on the bike. Would need to watch again now I know he isn't in green.
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    Wurf watch

    I will watch, after hearing that two ITU athletes(Gentle, Aus and Vanriel Belg) just gave the long course athletes a schooling at Xiamen in their first ever attempts at longer racing I am very interested to see what happens.
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