Monday, September 08, 2008

WHAT!? OBL to Ride Again?

What do you do after Kate Hudson?
How about come out of retirement.

At least that's the story tonight, according to VeloNews, not known to be a rumor peddler.
Neal Rogers is reporting on VeloNews.com that according to (unnamed) sources, Lance Armstrong will compete in five races in 2009 for Team Astana, including the Tour de France. That Astana was banned from the Tour this year doesn't seem to be slowing down the rumors.

Astana, on the other hand, told the Associated Press this evening in an e-mail that "Team Astana has no plans with him."

Not to be outdone, the blog Bleacher Report has a story that OBL will come out of retirement to play for the New York Jets!
The New England Patriots would have made more sense.
VeloNews quoted its sources as saying that an exclusive article revealing the American's intentions would be published in the Vanity Fair magazine this month.

What does Triple Crankset say?
Well, you might do better right now to read Granny's interview below with Kristin Armstrong.
More on Kristin to follow.
And more, no doubt, on OBL to follow.

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Monday, September 08, 2008

WHAT!? OBL to Ride Again?

What do you do after Kate Hudson?
How about come out of retirement.

At least that's the story tonight, according to VeloNews, not known to be a rumor peddler.
Neal Rogers is reporting on VeloNews.com that according to (unnamed) sources, Lance Armstrong will compete in five races in 2009 for Team Astana, including the Tour de France. That Astana was banned from the Tour this year doesn't seem to be slowing down the rumors.

Astana, on the other hand, told the Associated Press this evening in an e-mail that "Team Astana has no plans with him."

Not to be outdone, the blog Bleacher Report has a story that OBL will come out of retirement to play for the New York Jets!
The New England Patriots would have made more sense.
VeloNews quoted its sources as saying that an exclusive article revealing the American's intentions would be published in the Vanity Fair magazine this month.

What does Triple Crankset say?
Well, you might do better right now to read Granny's interview below with Kristin Armstrong.
More on Kristin to follow.
And more, no doubt, on OBL to follow.

No comments: