A number of ubermen hereabouts like to dismiss the notion that one day, if allowed by the patriarchy, a woman might win high level open races against all including the men. Women are dismissed as inherently weaker beings who should be confined to the ghetto of badly (if at all) supported races for women only.
Here's an interesting little story from another cycling website.
Note the various data values involved.
A quote from the article:
After cordially warning her competitors that it was the first time she would ride in a group, she rode away, winning by almost five minutes over the hill climb series leader, Sonya Bodick. Her 5.24 wkg average for 22:52 earned her another QOM, a course record, and the victory – and even one position before her coach Josh Lipka.
The recently crowned Men's Masters 35-39 Open US National Time Trial Champion put out 4.83 wkg and averaged 425 W to hold Kristen's wheel and, when asked about it, could muster no more than an, "It was awful!"
Gawd - the ubermen must be feeling all trembly at the knees!
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