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Cav used to be a dancer

campagonecampagone Posts: 270
edited December 2010 in Pro race
Don't know if this is common knowledge, but I didn't know...

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/others ... sport.html

Incidently, I can't beleive he's 66-1. IMHO he has already acheived more than Sir Chris has and ever will.

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  • But he didn't do it on BBC-broadcast events.
  • inkyfingersinkyfingers Posts: 4,397
    Zachariah wrote:
    But he didn't do it on BBC-broadcast events.

    If only he had, he'd be a famous celebrity by now!
    "I have a lovely photo of a Camargue horse but will not post it now" (Frenchfighter - July 2013)
  • thats the reason im letting the wife take the son to ballet lessons :D
    "you tried your best and failed miserably. the lesson is never to try"
  • Homer JHomer J Posts: 932
    I guess his nickname in the peleton could now be "Twinkle Toes" :D
  • Incredible.

    He's also from the Isle of Man.
  • nick hansonnick hanson Posts: 1,655
    campagone wrote:
    Incidently, I can't beleive he's 66-1. IMHO he has already acheived more than Sir Chris has and ever will.
    Unfortunately,Olympic gold seems to be the only thing that penetrates the public awareness
    Be VERY surprised if tonights voting does other than confirm this :(
    so many cols,so little time!
  • RichN95.RichN95. Posts: 22,895
    campagone wrote:
    Incidently, I can't beleive he's 66-1. IMHO he has already acheived more than Sir Chris has and ever will.
    Unfortunately,Olympic gold seems to be the only thing that penetrates the public awareness
    Be VERY surprised if tonights voting does other than confirm this :(

    He came 4th last year. I expect he'll be lower down this year.
    Twitter: @RichN95
  • Unfortunately,Olympic gold seems to be the only thing that penetrates the public awareness
    Be VERY surprised if tonights voting does other than confirm this :(

    Unfortunately, you were right. Not even within the top 3. And somebody explain something to me: HOW IS DARTS A SPORT???????? I will never, EVER, accept that. A game, yes. A sport? Bollocks. An excuse for fat blokes to call themselves sportsmen, that's all.

    And one of those fat blokes got to 2nd place. Disgraceful.
  • Ron StuartRon Stuart Posts: 1,242
    Unfortunately,Olympic gold seems to be the only thing that penetrates the public awareness
    Be VERY surprised if tonights voting does other than confirm this :(

    Unfortunately, you were right. Not even within the top 3. And somebody explain something to me: HOW IS DARTS A SPORT???????? I will never, EVER, accept that. A game, yes. A sport? Bollocks. An excuse for fat blokes to call themselves sportsmen, that's all.

    And one of those fat blokes got to 2nd place. Disgraceful.

    Separate thread started on this one :!:

    ps. language :idea:
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