Mark Cavendish gives himself 'outside...

Mark Cavendish gives himself 'outside chance' on tough roads of Geelong

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World Championship Road titles are notoriously hard earned but Great Britain have a realistic shout in four of the six events in Geelong, Australia, this week.

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WilliamM Danjon Dieudonne

Engordany, Andorra

#1 Sep 27, 2010
Dear friends abroad,
MARK CAVENDISH is the most reliable winner we have ever seen. And remember he won, recently, the points classification at the Vuelta a España.
Another sensational sprint victory will be for Manxman Mark Cavendish at The 2010 UCI ROAD WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS in GEELONG (MELBOURNE).
Faithfully Yours,
William M. Danjon Dieudonné
Monday, September 27th. 2010
William MDanjon Dieudonne

Engordany, Andorra

#2 Sep 29, 2010
Wed. September 29th. 2010
World Championships Australia
In Geelong...Team HTC-Columbia, Mark Cavendish and the german André Greipel had (M.C. 21) and A.G. 11.
The Irish veteran David McCann (Giant Asia) only 10.
But...wait and see next sunday, october 3. 2010.

Yes, we know what said Manxman Cavendish...Having now seen the Road World Championships circuit...It's sad in a way because he downgraded his chances in Sunday's race...BUT...just wait and see. Remember also, Malcolm Elliott, the first Briton to win a points jersey in a Grand Tour, says that Mark C. is the most reliable winner we have ever seen...and recently Mark Cavendish has won the points classification at the VUELTA a ESPAÑA. And he showed again and again that he is unbeatable in a bunch sprint.

Faithfully Yours.

William MDanjon Dieudonne

Engordany, Andorra

#3 Oct 1, 2010
Friday, October 1st. 2010

Yes! Mark Cavendish said: "Really the course is certainly too difficult for me..." and he is planning to head to India to represent the Isle of Man in the Commonwealth Games just after his participation in Australia.

"According to what people has been telling me beforehand, the rainbow jersey (awarded to the winner in Geelong) was a possibility" "Now, I've been able to check it out, I'll have to revise my ambitions". Mark Cavendish performed very well in LA VUELTA and in THE TOUR DE FRANCE...and he had hopes of doing well in Australia, but...but...The slopes do not suit his style.

Mark Cavendish (May 21, 1985) is a Manx and British racing cyclist who rides for UCI Proteam, Team HTC.Columbia. Originaly a track cyclist in the madison, points race, and scratch race, he has also completed the road since 2006. M.C. is described as the fastest sprinter in the world. He is, also, very prudent.

Faithfully Yours,

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WilliamM DanjonDieudonne

Engordany, Andorra

#4 Oct 1, 2010
Ce Vendredi, 1er Octobre 2010


C'est, au moins, ce que pense the British Cycling's performance manager DAVE BRAILSFORD, and he said: "There's renewed hope for Mark Cavendish's chance in the elite men's World Championship Road Race after the under 23 men's decider finished in a bunch sprint.
You can't rule Cavendish out on this course...He came and believe me he shall do his best.

Well, as , I always said: "Wait and see"
Faithfully Yours,
WilliamMDanjonDi eudonne

Engordany, Andorra

#5 Oct 2, 2010
Sat. October 2. 2010
Dear friends abroad,
Mark Cavendish is in Australia and we most have faith in his ability to remain for the win despite the climb on the Geelong course. You can't rule Cav out on this course. Yes, He came and believe me he shall do his best as always. Cavendish says he is not a Worlds favourite, but has a chance. We trust him et nous avons confiance en lui car, en fait, il a envie de gagner cette course et fera tout pour y arriver.
Bonne chance CHAMPION !!!
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William MDanjon Dieudonne

Engordany, Andorra

#6 Oct 2, 2010
Saturday, October 2. 2010


Naturligvis i Danmark 2011, for Mark Cavendish bliver det lettere (it means: Next year will certainly be much more to Mark Cavendish as Brendan Gallagher said) but, I like to say that our Manxman is not without possibilities in Geelong after what he did during the Tour de France and his fine classification at the Vuelta a España. In fact, he has a lot of gruelling mountain miles in his legs this season.

Bon! demain dimanche 3 Octobre, les 262 kms. includes some Cavendish va les dévorer avec tout son courage...Alors, souhaitons-lui BONNE CHANCE.

Et comme l'a, autrefois, déclaré Pierre de COUBERTIN, le fondateur des Jeux OLympiques:

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