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  1. .... and the 3000 womens steeple has been added as well, but IAAF didnt have to drop any events either...
  2. Yep, theres a valid comparison, looks like Simmi is on the right track there, an age group triathlete, compared to ......... some bloke called Scott Molina. Whos he?? sEE yyaaaaaaaaaasssssssssssssssssssssssssssss
  3. Thanks Ben you are correct I have just piled a heap of extra shit (melancholy and all) in my original post....... Now I will piss off..
  4. .... and Simmi if you wanna see my balls, I can probably arrange that....
  5. Actually I just post so much because I love seeing my great looking head......
  6. and just re reading what Hoggy said, and what has been said on this thread, Simmi baby get yer head out of your arse, or whoever elses its up and you will see that there has been discussion about riding position, relative merits of bikes, my tongue, and triathlon in general. It was on topic. I find on many occasions that many readers are very selective in what they actually absorb and skim over the entire content and get emselves into trouble..... I know, I know, I have been guilty of this as well, but on 'transitions' probably doesnt matter as much as when dealing with legal doccos etc e
  7. Proud citizens of the free world........good night.
  8. jabbasaurus

    Injury

    Myotherapy a very good form of massage, combining a number of elements of pressure point, heat and deep tissue massage, concentrating on body alignment and I have found it very effective. Helped me to race (way back when) even when my hip was starting to deteriorate leading to eventual replacement. Helped correct many issues such as effective leg length discrepancies (due to hip imbalance etc), sciatica etc post surgery and broke down scar tissue before it had a chance to turn into concrete.. the kind of 'deep' therapy/massage one gets and goes home and goes to sleep after. Bit of a workou
  9. jabbasaurus

    Injury

    * www.myotherapy.com.au * Parkside sports physio - Parkie goes the extra mile was very helpful in getting over my recent repair job. Currently held together with rubber bands and staples, but getting there.. Signed injured old crock, fast becoming made up of artificial body parts....
  10. Just got the skinny on this one. Happened at about 6am. Sunrise 5.39am. Lighting not an issue. Car overtaking coming toward cyclists heading in oppo direction, poor bloke lucky hes not dead. Busted arm and assorted other injuries. Cops involved.
  11. ahhhhhh the Uncanny X men. Brian Mannix and the serial pants men I reckon. How many young shire girls were de flowered by those fine young fellows?????? Use to sing 'how do you get your kicks' with construction hats on that had F U C K on each of the four band members noggins. Those were the days..... Went to a Rose Tattoo gig there once with all the bikies when I was about 18, Never been so shit scared in all me life....
  12. In fact I would advocate that someof our taxpayers $$$ are put towards a project to design the perfect drug(s). 173354[/snapback] It exists. Endorphins from being fit, the love of your children, happy marriage. Oh well two outta three aint bad........
  13. .... ahhh had dinner and a stella at the Caringbah last night. Bistro on the gravesite of the former Coyotes, my first experience was being chucked out as a 15 year old in 1978, was wandering around last night with the little fella, pokie palace where the stage used to be. Saw so many great acts there, Misex, SpyVSpy, Crowded House (for free when they were first starting), Mondo Rock, list goes on, pity the doof doof age has taken over. Ten buck steak night is pretty good there, becoming very popular, Stella on tap.
  14. I'd be on the phone for a Dunlop Volley sponsorship straight away - Pacific Brands is a big and much loved company, particularly in the bike industry..... gotta be a kick along for the manager.. mister twenty five percent at least I reckon...
  15. Yeah but you have to have a rough head and a mullet or both to ride one... 173342[/snapback] When did you get yours Jabbs? 173346[/snapback] My tongue was always getting caught in the spokes, had to get rid of it. The aforesaid appendage does have its advantages though, for some strange reason, when I go to the pub, I sit down at the bar, lick my eyebrows and all the chicks come up and talk to me.....
  16. Yeah but you have to have a rough head and a mullet or both to ride one...
  17. Interesting thought about alcohol consumption, there is a theory about that goes something like this: Lactic = acid Beer = alkaline Drink beer, break down acid with alkaline. Science in action, works for me. Lots of lactic acid around when I'm riding these days........
  18. All jokes aside I was only half joking Jabbs. I don't know Foxy's kids at all (or Foxy for that matter) but if they're out till all hours and aren't drinking, then I'd be staying up late and seeing if they're overly afffectionate when they come home 173327[/snapback] Yeah the only positive I can see out of it (tongue in cheek of course) is that the groups of hundreds of drunken marauding 14 and 15 year olds destroying houses, cars, pissing, shitting and vomiting in folks front lawns, bashing local residents and rioting with the coppers, and when being arrested making
  19. Yeah wasnt having a go at Foxys kids at all, Jeessuuss it worries me already, see so many kids on it around here, was playing the ball, not the man (or kids), thanks for raising the subject. I might add the that high profile athletes I speak of have considerably higher profiles at both a national and international level than mere triathletes.... just so there is no finger pointing.
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