yeah also shows that training at the venue pays off. good to see sam making it to the gold fleet in france.
Tone youve obvisiously been talking to james who moans about being beaten by any means.
what you should write is- Lee Harvey was unsure of what kites to take to the worlds and realising he had made the wrong choice changed to an unregistered 17 after race 2. no one protested so his result counted.
what i learnt from this is which quiver i will register at every event from now on and everyone else learnt that they should protest instead of moaning and that they need to practise more as the front 6 including steph are way ahead in the uk.
as it was simply a test event and didnt count for anything i did not retire and was actually in 4th until callum retired so didnt realise i would be 3rd until they called my name out at prize giving.
with all the moaning thats been done everyone better get reading the rule book as i could of protested 4 riders out during the event and will do from now on after being called a cheat amongst other things. what they should just admit is they are slower and need to train more to catch up instead of moaning!
welcome to racing everyone
Lee if it wasn't for your gloat about "17 years in the making and back on form" or something like that people might not have been as riled by you.
Simply put, you used a kite that was not registered which gave you an unfair advantage. That is classed as cheating.
cheatingpresent participle of cheat (Verb)
Act dishonestly or unfairly in order to gain an advantage, esp. in a game or examination: "she cheats at cards".
Deceive or trick.
Don't play the victim here "welcome to racing
I am surprised no one protested but that doesn't make it right.
Calum was in the same boat and retired due to non standard kites or something.
+1 for Callum
-2 for Lee ( you lost one already for publicly berating me for some reason, isn't Karma a bitch?)