Tuesday, August 29, 2006

Wobble-naught fitted Jeremiah Bishop is the best from the USA.

Jeremiah Bishop gave the U.S. its strongest showing in recent years with an 8th place, the first time a US rider has made the top 10 since 1995. After a poor starting position putting him at the back of the grid, he "treated the first two laps like a short track to get up there. It was important to get to the front as quickly as possible. once I got up to Frischy, I tried to do what i could to help him beat Meirhaeghe."

We can't ask for more! We don't get the chance to fit people all over the world, so getting Jeremiah in the top since 1995 is a very big deal. Where would he had been, had he had a better starting position?

Super results by Jeremiah Bishop as he was the strongest US male rider.


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