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Old 12-03-04, 11:43 AM
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Originally Posted by alanbikehouston
Genetics "true believers" would argue that the astounding progress of Australian cycling over the past ten years proves just one thing: the genetic makeup of Australians must have changed dramatically since 1990. The success of Austrialian cycling could not possibly be the result of fifty or sixty young athletes dedicating themselves to training forty or fifty hours a week, while twenty million other Australians are putting shrimp on the barbie, watching the tele, or trying to figure out where the kangaroos came from.
The Australians got real good at doping. Hence their recent success.
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