Freshers Flu has taken me down and my computer has a virus:
Bejaisus! You have just received an Irish Virus. Since we are not so technologically advanced in Ireland, this is a manual virus.
Please delete all the files on your hard disc and send this mail to everyone you know.
That’d be grand.
Tanx, Paddy O’Hacker
So after a year and a half off the bike David Millar is now looking at a return to racing. With Armstrong’s departure the peloton next year is going to be an interesting spectacle and Millar will be an interesting addition into the pick and mix of possible stage winners in the big races.
David Millar, whose two-year doping suspension ends in June 2006, is looking to come back as soon as possible. After rumours began that he was in touch with a number of teams, including Quick.Step, Liberty Seguros and Illes Balears, it looks like he has found a place at Saunier Duval-Prodir. Team manager Mauro Gianetti said over the weekend that the team was preparing to sign Millar. “As far as we’re concerned, the deal is perfect. The contract can be signed within the next few days,” he said, adding that it was possible Millar could even ride in the 2006 Tour de France, which starts nine days after his suspension ends (Cyclingnews).
The Sexmidget has been busy in Wales.