Saturday, March 03, 2007

Under The Weather

I don't know if it was all the shoveling I was doing or the fact that Andrea was sick all week, but I am now officially in the hurt locker. Tight chest, runny nose, and nasty cough...oh well. I have been pounding the Yerba Mate, Garlic, Echinacea, Vitamin C, and Zinc. Hopefully it will go by fast, because the motivation to train is here in full force. Until I am ready it's time to go rest and dream of warmer places.


Mazatlan..post race party after 2000 World Cup...can anyone name mi amigo?

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Jeremiah Bishop

Anonymous said...

Those were the days hey? Top 150 in the world when the world was a big place. 100 riders in a pro field guaranteed. And the show was unreal. I wonder what Greg Randolph is doing these days after his one day race to the top????

RB
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132 Brian Matter (USA) Grimace 2 26 28
133 Lubos Kondis (Svk) Ceska Sporitelna MTB 28 28
134 Martin Kraler (Aut) Ralph Denk Racing Tm 27 27
135 Marc Gölz (Ger) LSP Racing 26 26
136 Patrick Trevisan (Bel) Orbea 26 26
137 Menno Hubregtse (Can) Trek 0 25 25
138 Luc Des Rosiers (Can) Cc Beauport 0 25 25
139 Dylan Sebel (Can) 0 24 24
140 Ken Helgeson (USA) Us Air Force 0 23 23
141 Nigel Parkinson (GBr) Sobe/Headshok 0 22 22
142 Greg Randolph (USA) Team GT 22 22
143 Michael Gronbech (Den) 21 21
144 Jason Shenkariuk (Can) Ertc 0 20 20
145 Jess Swiggers (USA) Mongoose Pro 20 20
146 Martin Nuckle (Can) Les Coeurs Vaillants 0 19 19
147 Thomas Nicke (Ger) Stevens-Jeantex 16 2 18
148 Abraao Azevedo (Bra) Selecao Brasileira 18 18
149 Nicolas Portal (Fra) Look Pole Forme 17 17
150 Siegfried Zorn (Aut) Bank Austria Natl Tm 17 17
151 Leonardo Zanotti (Ita) Universbike 14 14
152 Yohann Vachette (Fra) Giant 14 14
153 Erik Jungaker (Swe) 14 14
154 Georg Koch (Aut) Www.Rainerwurz.Com 13 13
155 Dariusz Gil (Pol) Poland 1 12 13
156 Magnus Palmberg (Swe) 12 12
157 Marcel Hesseling (Ned) 12 12
158 Timo Wölk (Ger) Stevens-Jeantex 12 12
159 Roger Smeets (Ned) 11 11
160 Robin Seymour (Irl) 3 8 11
161 Fredrik Modin (Swe) 11 11
162 Ivan Alvarez Gutierre (Spa) Coronas Bh 11 11
163 Salvador Barriga (Mex) Turbo 10 10
164 Pascal Cattin (Swi) Steppenwolf SwissMTB 9 9
165 Aldon Baker (RSA) Maxxis 9 9
166 Fredrik Stormo (Nor) Drammen Ck (N) 4 4 8
167 Manfred Steiner (Ita) Bianchi Albacom 7 7
168 Bas Peters (Ned) Giant 7 7
169 Antonio Ortiz Barranco (Spa) Coronas Team 7 7
170 Mannie Heymans (Nam) Focus 7 7
171 Sascha Gisler (Swi) 6 6
172 Philip Dixon (GBr) Gbr National Team 6 6
173 Benjamin Schmieg (Ger) 5 5
174 Paolo Alberati (Ita) Team Khs 4 4
175 Stanislav Hejduk (Cze) Author Expandia Prah 4 4
176 Siegfried Bauer (Aut) Funsport Red Hot Chilli 3 3
177 Silvio Bundi (Swi) Bikers Vision Wheele 3 3
178 Lars Petter Stormo (Nor) Drammen Ck (N) 3 3
179 Tomas Vokrouhlik (Cze) Rubena Fort MTB Team 1

Biwan said...

I don't know, but it looks like you two are walking to the "Pharmacia"! I like the syringe on the sign too!

Karew said...

See rider number 141 in the previous post for the identity. Now what do I win?

http://jasonkarew.blogspot.com

b-matter said...

rob,

where did you find that list....pretty cool...you should try to find napa and mt ste anne results from the same season

b-matter said...

KAARRRREEEWWWW is the big winner.

Karew wins a burrito next time I see him.

Nigel "Parki" Parkinson

the bloke who lived with us in Tucson is AMigo #2 pictured

Karew said...

can't wait to get my hands on that burrito...you better fly out here, 80 degrees this week!