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Date Posted: 09:44:18 09/13/04 Mon
Author: Nick
Subject: Re: If Roger Federer was a cyclist
In reply to: TT 's message, "Re: If Roger Federer was a cyclist" on 06:37:07 09/13/04 Mon

>I don't see anything suspicious about Federer's rise
>to the top of his sport.

Sorry, at no point was I suggesting there is anything suspicious!!!! He's a truly fantastic player. The point I was making is that people in sport do make quantum leaps... I was just ironically noting that when a cyclist does this (and you could argue Armstrong did this in 99) many can only attribute it to drugs (and not without reason, given cycling's history)

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