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Old October 3rd 15, 12:59 AM posted to rec.bicycles.racing
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Default World's Under 23 Championship

I turned through the stations and stumbled across this unlisted.

It was a GREAT race and wonder of wonders - a FRENCHMAN won. And not the national team leader but some lesser light who will now be a shining star. He made his break at EXACTLY the correct time and the lead Italian came within a fraction if a second to him at the line. I think that this was one of the best short races I seen in years. Everyone there even the flunkies was absolutely top notch and capable of coming in in the top ten.

I'd like to get within arms length of that Frenchman - I'd smack him in the head - he almost blew it with a victory salute at the end. If he hadn't wobbled in front of the Italian he would have lost.

But dammit I couldn't find the Senior World's on anywhere.
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