woensdag 9 mei 2012

Giro d'Italia 2012: Cavendish' tribute to Matt Goss and Australia

It might have escaped your attention, but there is something very fishy about Mark Cavendish’ crash on Monday. Cav insists Roberto Ferrari made him crash, but we know better than that. Careful analysis of race footage has led us to believe that the world champion had made a deal with the Italian to make him crash, probably even before the start of the stage.

And it’s easy to see why Cav would have made such a deal: he wanted his mate, Matt Goss, to win the stage. Realising that under normal circumstances Goss would never beat him, Cav knew he had to come up with a cunning plan. And that he did. The specifics of that brilliant “victory to the Aussie!” plan remain top secret, but we can reveal that Ferrari played an important part. And we all know how the plan played out. Cav crashed. Goss won. Australia rejoiced.

You think that we cannot prove all these – perhaps wild – speculations? Think again. Just take a look at Cav’s crash injuries. Still convinced the world champion didn’t want the Oz-man to win the stage? No. Didn’t think so.
Cav's injury.


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