Vegetarian Cycling and Athletic Club



  • djwolfdjwolf ✭✭✭
    cougie wrote (see)
    I know Robert Millar the Scottish cyclist was a vegetarian when he won the King of the Mountains jersey and finished third in the Tour De France back in 1984 I think ? I think he was the first veggie athlete that I was aware of. I've no idea who is or isn't now. I think both ways can be as successful.

    Hope the  testosterone he took was meat freeimage

  • NayanNayan ✭✭✭

    Eating less meat (not necessarily being totally meat free) is a good idea for most folks. Quite interesting to see how people marry that with competitive sport I suppose.

    The vest looks like a Norwich City or Glazer out Newton Heath shirt. Rubbish

  • Flat FootedFlat Footed ✭✭✭

    Digging up three year old thread?

  • PhilPubPhilPub ✭✭✭

    ...with the opening words "entirely irrelevant"... and with nothing to sell us.  The mind boggles!

  • MillsyMillsy ✭✭✭
    Why would someone be searching for something they find entirely irrelevant?
  • CindersCinders ✭✭✭

    Her first post too.  Welcome Joan!

  • Good grief, a blast from the past. Yes, I joined, and they got me a place in last year's London marathon. Interesting to pick up on the ignorant comments. Bye again.

  • I once ran behind someone who's shirt read " Horses for courses " funny that image

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