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    附件是2016年法国勒芒24小时轮滑拉力赛成绩表,第一表是总排名,第二表是按项目组的排名。

    2016年该赛事历史上第一次有两支来自中国的队伍参赛,由年轻专业运动员(或前专业运动员)12人组成的POWERSLIDE中国队总排名第40名,项目组排名第5。滑行640公里;

    我们China Vortex队由平均年龄58岁(最大74岁,最小47岁)的5男1女中老年业余爱好者组成,总排名151,项目组排名36。滑行510公里。


    总共439支队伍参赛。

    第一名滑816公里(12人组),
    男子单人组第一名:611公里!
    女子单人组第一名:544公里!
    单人组的成绩真是不可想像!实在佩服!!

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    2016年法国勒芒24小时轮滑拉力赛男子单人冠军Antoile Lesavre的参赛总结(抽时间我翻译成中文)

    In 2010, I finished my first solo race in Le Mans in the following state of mind:

    « You must be a little masochistic and have a strong mindset to lie to yourself about the unbearable pain. Glad I finished it, but it's over and done. »
    (Source: Extract from the PUC Roller Website)

    The least to say is that I wasn't ready to do it again right away. But time makes everything go away.
    The following years at the 24H of Le Mans, I was in great teams of 10 skaters with renowned skaters, first with Horizon University, then three times with the MSC and last but not least, with the MRS. Wonderful years with podiums and one victory. But routine was setting in and through seeing/following the solos, the real warriors of the asphalt, I heard the call once again.

    I was sure that the bar of the 600 km would be reached by several skaters as soon as 2011. But in the end, conditions were not all met for that: rain, cold, competitiveness... I want to congratulate Claude Viltard for his Le Mans record of 2015. An amazing improvement since 2010. He outreached the record of Phil (Philippe Coussy) by dint of work. Only history will tell if RPhil has really said his last words...

    In September, I decide to do it solo, and announce to Céline Laporte (MSC Team Manager) that I'm not in the team for 2016 but that I go for a solo race... I registered in the wake of it, taking the plunge for 2016.
    The preparation

    I get to enjoy running more and more with my life partner, Chrystelle. We wanted to do longer trails in 2016 and I wanted to take a break from the French Cup of Skating Marathons, to vary a bit and share more activities with her.

    Then we planned to train in running between October and April for the Paris Marathon (big failure), then skating until the 24H in July, and then trailing until the end of August for a 110 km trail, the CCC.
    Big life changes happened in February (moving to Lyon, new job, baby on the way, woopee!), which kind of turned our plans upside down. But luckily, we were not drawn for the CCC (maybe then we'll get more chances to be drawn in 2017?)

    Chrystelle and Simon decided to help and coach me on the side of the track. Perfect, we know one another by heart. But it adds extra pressure because now, I'm not the only one involved, and if I give up, everybody sinks. And I will have made them lose their time. (Scared...)

    My skating preparation wasn't very long, I put the skates back on in April, after a 6-month break, but I still benefited from the cardio work I did for the Paris Marathon. But my feet and back didn't like it! I started with small sessions. I met the skaters and coach from Lyon. It's hard to survive to sessions behind skaters like Olivier Blanc, Elphège Pédicone, Benjamin Bourlier, Etienne Hererros etc.

    To this, I added a few longer sessions:

        150 km back and forth Lyon-St Genix
        The 2016 6 Hours of Savoie in Chambéry (about 196 km)
        The 6 Roll' Hours of Saint Etienne (about 150 km) feet destroyed, forced break every hour.
        The Roll'athlon (103 km)
        The Dijon Skating Marathon (far behind, obviously: no more speed).

    Then I wanted to do bigger sessions, between 50 km and 80 km at a 24H-type speed in Parilly. I tried the weirdest set-ups, Rollerblade Fusion X7 cut liners inside old Fila M100 boots... but it was always the same result: my feet were in such pain that I couldn't complete the long sessions, I had to shorten the trainings. I would even go back home barefoot on public bikes to relieve my ankles.

    Le coffre de la voiture d'Antoine Lesavre avant le départ pour les 24H du Mans Roller 2016

    Chrystelle concocted an essential oil remedy, a recipe by Kat Seulette (thanks Kat!) for my feet to unswell, massages every night... but harm was done.
    I arrived at Le Mans full of doubts about that foot and that stubborn malleolus. I must have got many people on their nerves talking about it. I regretted to have skated sessions while I was already in pain.
    the start

    For the start, it was a novelty of 2016, we had two options: either the classic start with the skater barefoot on one side and the skates on the other side, lined up on the start line according to your qualification time, or starting from the back of the start line, skates on, after the last skater has crossed the line.

    The qualification session goes well, I get in the stream of Theo Polbos, which gets me the 11th best time. Not bad for a solo! I will leave me more time to put my skates on at the start.

    Claude Viltard hesitated between the two options. I suggested not to make any changes because we had no idea of the delay before being authorized to start from the back of the start line. In the end, the delay was quite long, about 3'30...

    My two coaches being gone for a light running session (thanks), I get ready for the start: my bib (damn, no pins, thanks Sabrina and Christophe!), my helmet, my glasses, my earphones, my salt and magnesium pastilles, my water bottle, a few snacks. I'm on the line... oops I forgot something... right, my skates!
    I sprint to the box, start in three minutes... I'm warmed up!

    Antoine Lesavre aux 24H du Mans Roller 2016
    The race

    It's hard to find the right pace during the first laps, with the excitement, and the big packs that don't encourage you to remain reasonable either. I quickly realize that the wind is going to be a big challenge to complete the 24 hours. Times alternate between 8' and 9' without pushing too much, I think that the Bont/MPC Red Magic Hardcore 125 mm wheels help a lot for Le Mans. I drink, I pay close attention to the pain in my feet. I'm pleasantly surprised that they are quite alright. I call Chrystelle on the phone and tell her I'm pretty okay. She makes the decision not to talk about it again for the whole 24 hours not to remind me, which proved to be an excellent strategy.

    Antoine Lesavre aux 24H du Mans Roller 2016Hours go by and in my head, I tell myself that I've got a good pace and that I would soon have a one-lap lead over the other solos. But I am wrong, I haven't taken into consideration the comeback of Patrick, who despite having started with his skates on and a 3'30 delay, catches up on me. Good job! I'm surprised and that's quite a blow to my spirits, I thought I'd be safe but in the end, it's just like the start.

    Patrick asks me what I intend to do now, if I want to skate alone or if we skate together, but I can tell that his goal in not to skate kilometers but to slow down a bit so that his Ligne Droite team mates, Christophe and Claude, also catch up on us (which is totally understandable). I don't slow down and keep my pace. Lap after lap, I feel like I have the role of a team mate for Patrick. He talks to me about my feet, repeating that I shouldn't hurt myself, that he didn't mind if I stopped to change skates... he's teasing me, that's the game!

    In the end, we finally take a one-lap lead on the group of the 3rd solo Claude, etc. Which allows me to leave a few relays. Claude doesn't feel it very well, the pace he picked doesn't work for him. I check the time, I feel ok, my feet remain silent (the perfect surface of the Bugatti helps too). I have pins and needles in my legs and yet we skate at 8'40/lap, which is quite fast.
    One-lap lead

    I tell myself that at this time of the race, I could speed up, but that in 6 hours, I may not have the energy to leave the group. I make the most of a group of two duos who pass us by in the uphill slope to get in their wheel. I check over my shoulder, nobody followed, and I keep skating. After 7 laps with times between 7'47 an 7'18 I take a lap on the second solo. I get calls from friends (Rémy, Walter), I'm in the red and I'd rather not stay long on the phone. I mostly wait for info on the gaps to know if they are catching up or not. I didn't think I'd get a one-lap lead that fast, but I came out a little battered while I haven't even yet skated for 6 hours (mistake!)

    I realize that Patrick starts to suffer. He congratulates me on the extra lap. From there on, I don't focus on the ranking but I keep hoping that I'll reach my crazy 600 km goal. I slow down and recover a little:

        hydration: Powerade, water, coke (without bubbles)
        nutrition: grain mixes, cheese, saucisson, sweets, salted biscuits, bars.

    Antoine Lesavre aux 24H du Mans Roller 2016
    A dream staff

    It may not seem like very appropriate food to eat but in the end, on long efforts, you can allow yourself quite anything as long as it's not too complicated to eat. And unlike with running, your stomach is not that much shaken, and on the Bugatti, there are 'rest' stretches during which you can chew without choking.
    My staff, Chrystelle and Simon, keep me motivated, I regularly have them on the phone (« well then, you're not waiting for Patrick? ») It does you so good not to feel all alone (which is essential for an effort like the 24H).
    The « Simon » food supply method is great. He runs on 100 m next to me with the bottles and all, which even gives time to chat a little. He's got energy to spare! I might register him for the 2017 solo, what do you think?

    the dream team (Tom, myself, Benji and Sabrina)
    Halfway through

    Euphoria leaves way to boredom... The Dunlop rise seems steeper lap after lap, and yet, I'm only halfway through. My spirits go down. I start doubting, I complain... difficult time to get through. I could have shortened the race by 12 hours without a second thought.

    The great thing is the paper messages with the info on the ranking, the number of laps, a comforting note that Chrystelle leaves me in the nut bags or taped to the water bottle...

    The PUC duo with Tom and Christophe is having trouble, Christophe is temporarily skating solo for the night. He will be of precious help during the long stretches against the wind. Although I offered to relay, Christophe goes back in front of me and tells me he is probably going to stop too and that he can make the extra effort. In the end, Tom forced himself and the duo was back in full strength a few laps later. Another team helped me a lot too, our Belgian stars, Sabrina and Jessica, who were also skating in duo. It enabled me to hold on, whatever happens.

    In order to prevent getting dehydrated or cramps, I drank a lot. Which is great... but since temperatures were not as high as expected, a desperate need took hold of me all of a sudden. I say to my partners that I'm going to have a break on top of the Dunlop. For lots of solos, it's the perfect spot, out of sight, where speed is not too high. I saw cyclists and more recently Guillaume de Mallevoue during the Roll'athon managing the operation without stopping. Since I like challenges, I thought I could succeed! The advantage of not wearing a suit but just a top and shorts, is that it's easier. I have a go, roll with legs spread apart, everything goes smoothly... but problem, it doesn't stop... and this is where the Dunlop downhill starts... I imagine a skater slipping because of me... I pack it all up, hygiene becomes a forbidden word during the 24H! I'll finish my business on the next stretch. I've become an expert, dirty but expert none the less!

    Antoine Lesavre aux 24H du Mans Roller 2016
    Night time

    During the night, I put on a jacket, charge my cell phone with an external battery. I'm not really good at it yet and it slips from my fingers and smashes on the asphalt of the Bugatti. My phone could charge up to 30%, I'll have to make do with it and shorten the discussions. It's a good solution, but the realization needs adjustments.

    After a night with mild temperatures (around 10°C), I thought I could warm up with the rising sun of the Sunday morning... Fail, it's misty, and it turns into drizzle then into rain. The Bugatti becomes very slippery, it is impossible to speed up, and yet the energy you put into it is the same... Times go up to 12', even 13' per lap... I curse the sky that it couldn't wait 6 more hours to rain. It's not good for business. I thought I was ahead but in the end I need to draw on my energy not to lose too much time. I think of positive things like reaching the 600 km, crossing the finish line, my darling who's cheering for me with her round belly at each lap, of how lucky I am to be up on my skates and not lying on a hospital bed. Despite my thighs that are tired of going up the bloody Dunlop, the rest of the skating works alright. With the two duos, who've been with me for several hours now, we count the laps like a countdown until the 600 km. It becomes a real group challenge.

    Antoine Lesavre aux 24H du Mans Roller 2016
    The 600 km

    We're getting closer to the end, I don't know if it's physiologic, but I get the feeling that your body relaxes when you start feeling that it's going to work... I had to struggle for almost 3 hours with no more energy left in my legs and body. We count the laps before the bar of the 600 km... 3, 2, 1...

    I'm skating like a zombie, I hurt everywhere but I'm happy: We've reached the objective! It's a huge relief, I didn't believe it, but we did it, and even a little ahead of time. I finish one more lap before the 24 hours, which makes 146 times skating up the Dunlop rise.

    The solos who wait for the last lap on top of the Dunlop congratulate me, it's very touching. I feel extremely happy. I finish the last lap, a huge number of skaters congratulate me on the lap and on the last stretch, it gives me goose bumps, I can't hold back my tears, I fall into the arms of Chrystelle, with the support of Simon and Thibaud.

    After having skated for 24 hours without stopping a single minute, I finally sit on a chair. Claude delivers me, symbolically, in taking my skates off. Climbing the stairs to reach the podium is a real struggle, going down backwards is pathetic.

    Without Sabrina and Jessica (the Twins), Tom and Christophe (the PUC duo) and Benjamin (the Dulo or Suo, make your choice) on the track, and without Chrystelle and Simon on the side, I would never have reached my objective, and I really want to thank them from the bottom of my heart, I also thank all the skaters who let me take shelter for a lap, or who cheered on me with a word, a phone call or a gesture.
    Times, lap by lap.

    Temps au tour d'Antoine Lesavre aux 24H du Mans Roller 2016
    Heart rate during the 24H (129 bpm in average, 179 bpm max)

    Fréquence Cardiaque d'Antoine Lesavre aux 24H du Mans Roller 2016

    At the 4th hour, the heart rate was faster. Then there's the inevitable slow drop. The more you move forward in time, the less cardio is limiting, it's the quadriceps that couldn't even bend anymore that became the limiting factor.

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    我们队的参赛数据:

    Loop圈数
    Time用时
    Position排名
    Hour上场时间
    Racer赛手
    1
    09:59.7
    174
    16:00
    Wang
    2
    09:56.7
    144
    16:10
    Wang
    3
    10:37.2
    156
    16:19
    Pang
    4
    10:18.1
    149
    16:30
    Chen
    5
    11:01.6
    161
    16:40
    Xu
    6
    12:03.0
    180
    16:51
    Liu
    7
    10:44.4
    174
    17:03
    Shen
    8
    09:47.4
    166
    17:14
    Wang
    9
    09:00.9
    157
    17:24
    Pang
    10
    10:20.9
    156
    17:33
    Chen
    11
    11:10.8
    155
    17:43
    Xu
    12
    11:44.3
    159
    17:55
    Liu
    13
    11:09.0
    163
    18:06
    Shen
    14
    09:56.2
    161
    18:17
    Wang
    15
    08:58.6
    150
    18:27
    Pang
    16
    10:14.1
    146
    18:36
    Chen
    17
    11:22.9
    149
    18:47
    Xu
    18
    10:58.1
    150
    18:58
    Liu
    19
    11:12.3
    152
    19:09
    Shen
    20
    11:37.6
    158
    19:20
    Shen
    21
    10:37.0
    156
    19:32
    Wang
    22
    08:49.0
    147
    19:42
    Pang
    23
    10:17.7
    146
    19:51
    Chen
    24
    10:36.7
    145
    20:01
    Xu
    25
    11:09.6
    145
    20:12
    Liu
    26
    11:09.6
    150
    20:23
    Liu
    27
    11:17.9
    148
    20:34
    Shen
    28
    11:56.4
    150
    20:46
    Shen
    29
    10:24.8
    151
    20:58
    Wang
    30
    10:53.7
    148
    21:08
    Wang
    31
    09:14.6
    147
    21:19
    Pang
    32
    09:25.0
    145
    21:28
    Pang
    33
    10:37.0
    142
    21:38
    Chen
    34
    11:14.1
    142
    21:48
    Chen
    35
    12:18.4
    145
    21:59
    Shen
    36
    12:07.4
    147
    22:12
    Shen
    37
    12:19.1
    150
    22:24
    Liu
    38
    11:51.9
    151
    22:36
    Liu
    39
    12:11.9
    155
    22:48
    Shen
    40
    12:51.6
    157
    23:00
    Shen
    41
    12:29.4
    156
    23:13
    Liu
    42
    12:39.0
    160
    23:26
    Liu
    43
    13:16.8
    159
    23:38
    Shen
    44
    12:34.6
    161
    23:52
    Xu
    45
    12:44.3
    162
    0:04
    Xu
    46
    11:33.3
    162
    0:17
    Chen
    47
    11:45.5
    162
    0:28
    Chen
    48
    11:52.8
    161
    0:40
    Xu
    49
    12:44.8
    161
    0:52
    Xu
    50
    12:21.4
    162
    1:05
    Chen
    51
    13:09.8
    160
    1:17
    Chen
    52
    13:35.7
    160
    1:30
    Xu
    5312:50.8
    162
    1:44
    Chen
    54
    11:40.7
    158
    1:57
    Wang
    55
    11:24.4
    158
    2:08
    Wang
    56
    09:23.2
    158
    2:20
    Pang
    57
    09:39.9
    157
    2:29
    Pang
    58
    11:20.2
    156
    2:39
    Wang
    59
    11:43.7
    154
    2:50
    Wang
    60
    09:33.4
    152
    3:02
    Pang
    61
    09:42.3
    150
    3:12
    Pang
    62
    11:45.3
    151
    3:21
    Wang
    63
    11:52.4
    152
    3:33
    Wang
    64
    10:01.7
    151
    3:45
    Pang
    65
    11:05.5
    151
    3:55
    Pang
    66
    12:28.5
    149
    4:06
    Shen
    67
    12:28.3
    149
    4:18
    Shen
    68
    12:37.4
    149
    4:31
    Liu
    69
    13:07.0
    148
    4:44
    Liu
    70
    12:55.5
    148
    4:57
    Shen
    71
    15:55.9
    153
    5:10
    Shen
    72
    12:05.4
    154
    5:26
    Liu
    73
    12:56.3
    155
    5:38
    Liu
    74
    12:32.4
    154
    5:51
    Xu
    75
    13:15.9
    153
    6:03
    Xu
    76
    13:42.8
    153
    6:16
    Chen
    77
    13:35.5
    156
    6:30
    Chen
    78
    13:09.2
    159
    6:44
    Xu
    79
    12:56.2
    159
    6:57
    Xu
    80
    13:23.6
    159
    7:10
    Chen
    81
    13:51.4
    158
    7:23
    Chen
    82
    13:44.2
    161
    7:37
    Xu
    83
    13:42.2
    162
    7:51
    Chen
    8411:39.1
    161
    8:04
    Wang
    85
    11:33.0
    162
    8:16
    Wang
    86
    09:29.8
    160
    8:28
    Pang
    87
    09:42.4
    159
    8:37
    Pang
    88
    11:36.0
    158
    8:47
    Wang
    89
    11:37.1
    159
    8:58
    Wang
    90
    09:18.2
    157
    9:10
    Pang
    91
    09:49.8
    156
    9:19
    Pang
    92
    11:26.1
    156
    9:29
    Wang
    93
    12:02.7
    155
    9:41
    Wang
    94
    10:12.0
    154
    9:53
    Pang
    95
    10:05.0
    153
    10:03
    Pang
    96
    11:53.1
    152
    10:13
    Chen
    97
    12:00.9
    154
    10:25
    Xu
    98
    11:37.6
    154
    10:37
    Liu
    99
    11:12.2
    154
    10:48
    Shen
    100
    10:47.4
    153
    11:00
    Wang
    101
    09:59.3
    153
    11:10
    Pang
    102
    11:57.0
    153
    11:20
    Chen
    103
    12:01.4
    153
    11:32
    Xu
    104
    11:58.8
    153
    11:44
    Liu
    105
    11:36.5
    153
    11:56
    Shen
    106
    11:01.3
    153
    12:08
    Wang
    107
    13:43.9
    153
    12:19
    Pang
    108
    16:00.3
    153
    12:33
    Chen
    109
    14:41.4
    152
    12:49
    Wang
    110
    13:58.3
    152
    13:03
    Pang
    111
    16:47.9
    152
    13:17
    Chen
    112
    13:35.9
    152
    13:34
    Pang
    113
    16:14.7
    152
    13:48
    Wang
    114
    17:29.6
    153
    14:04
    Chen
    11512:23.0
    151
    14:22
    Pang
    116
    14:36.1
    153
    14:34
    Shen
    117
    13:13.7
    153
    14:49
    Wang
    118
    10:03.3
    153
    15:02
    Pang
    119
    12:00.5
    152
    15:12
    Shen
    120
    10:12.4
    151
    15:24
    Pang
    121
    11:16.0
    151
    15:34
    Pang
    122
    12:23.6
    151
    15:45
    Pang
     


    15:57
     

    每个赛手的参赛数据:

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    圈数
    距离(公里)
    时间
    时速(公里)
    Pang
    27
    112.86
    4:41:44
    24.10
    Wang
    24
    100.32
    4:37:15
    21.73
    Chen
    21
    87.78
    4:27:06
    19.73
    Shen
    19
    79.42
    3:53:57
    20.45
    Xu
    16
    66.88
    3:17:24
    20.37
    Liu
    15
    62.70
    3:00:46
    20.90
    Total
    122
    509.96
    23:58:13
    21.32

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    [LV.1]初来乍到

     楼主| 发表于 2016-7-12 14:24 | 显示全部楼层
    本帖最后由 johnxu 于 2016-7-12 14:37 编辑
    老烦 发表于 2016-7-11 21:42
    PS中国队12名年轻队员只滑行了640公里,不应该啊,估计战术有问题吧?

    他们也是按照PS国际队的方法比赛的。白天12人大轮班,夜里分成两组,每组6人值滑。

    比赛中,我们没有用您设计的那个排阵表。法国教练给否了。比赛实践也证明原来那个排阵表尽管考虑很周到,但是,过于复杂,值班人员很容易晕。法国教练的意见是,那个排阵很象日常工作作息表,有工作时间、吃饭时间、休息时间。但是,比赛过程中,我们没有定时吃饭,只要不上场,大家就无时不在吃东西,少食多餐。
    白天我们6人大排班,每人一圈轮流上,中间有人连滑两圈。夜里10点到第二天10点,我们分三组,两人一组,轮流值滑2小时,夜里两圈一换人。每组轮两次,中间能连续睡4小时。
    白天大排班时,中间可以回休息室脱鞋休息40分钟,中间没事就吃东西,干果、香蕉、面包、果汁等,不多吃,只吃一点,因为每次只有40分钟休息时间。
    最后4小时雨刷对成绩影响很大。大坡下坡那路是碎石子路面,非常滑,坡又陡,接右转很危险。我们这段时间是技术体力最好的两个人老王和小庞滑的, 中间沈老、老陈试了1-2圈。我一圈也没敢试。

    我可能滑了16圈,每次下大坡都T刹车,快到坡地时再放,很影响速度(主要是国外活动怕受伤)。沈老74岁,比我都快,他下坡不减速。爬那大坡,到坡顶时速浆到10-13公里。总的感觉,我们滑500多公里,因为没经验,大家都没有拼出全部力量,因为赛后谁都没说累,都说没滑够。哈哈!

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    [LV.1]初来乍到

    发表于 2016-7-11 21:42 | 显示全部楼层
    PS中国队12名年轻队员只滑行了640公里,不应该啊,估计战术有问题吧?

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    上周末参加千岛湖100公里轮滑活动时,见到了PS中国队的一名队员郑教练,他说,他们队有一位18岁以下的女队员参加了夜里10点到第二天早晨8点之间的比赛,按《比赛规则》18岁以下队员夜间不许上场比赛,裁判发现后取消  详情 回复 发表于 2017-5-24 13:45
    他们也是按照PS国际队的方法比赛的。白天12人大轮班,夜里分成两组,每组6人值滑。 比赛中,我们没有用您设计的那个排阵表。法国教练给否了。比赛实践也证明原来那个排阵表尽管考虑很周到,但是,过于复杂,值班  详情 回复 发表于 2016-7-12 14:24
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    发表于 2016-7-13 01:42 来自手机 | 显示全部楼层
    我们是本次比赛参赛队伍年龄最大之一吗?能滑出这成绩非常不容易了。

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    中老年很多,没有年龄统计数据,我们应该是年龄最大之一。哈哈哈。我们业余的没压力,就是玩,所以151名我们也认为是个好成绩。相比较国内的那支专业队,第40名也不好意思声张。专业队看重名次,业余队看重快乐,这  详情 回复 发表于 2016-7-13 12:23
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     楼主| 发表于 2016-7-13 12:23 | 显示全部楼层
    本帖最后由 johnxu 于 2016-7-13 12:30 编辑
    轮滑风 发表于 2016-7-13 01:42
    我们是本次比赛参赛队伍年龄最大之一吗?能滑出这成绩非常不容易了。

    中老年很多,没有年龄统计数据,我们应该是年龄最大之一。哈哈哈。我们业余的没压力,就是玩,所以151名我们也认为是个好成绩。相比较国内的那支专业队,第40名也不好意思声张,只愿意说自己是项目组第5名。专业队看重名次,业余队看重快乐,这就是两者区别。看他们写的东西,似乎认为这是一场磨难,又是白天、又是黑夜、又是日晒,又是下雨......
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    [LV.1]初来乍到

    发表于 2016-7-20 23:28 | 显示全部楼层
    领滑的是完成了611公里的男子单人冠军Antoile Lesavre recit_antoine_lesavre_24h_mans_roller_2016_03.jpg

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    你说他这600多公里是怎么滑的?太不可思议了!女子单人第一名年龄也挺大的了,滑了500多,真不可思议。他们确实24小时不睡觉。  详情 回复 发表于 2016-7-21 13:36
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     楼主| 发表于 2016-7-21 13:36 | 显示全部楼层
    本帖最后由 johnxu 于 2016-7-21 13:44 编辑
    老烦 发表于 2016-7-20 23:28
    领滑的是完成了611公里的男子单人冠军Antoile Lesavre

    你说他这600多公里是怎么滑的?太不可思议了!女子单人第一名年龄也挺大的了,滑了500多,真不可思议。他们确实24小时不睡觉。

    这位男子单人冠军的故事:
    http://www.online-skating.com/ar ... -solo-category.html
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    [LV.7]以坛为家

    发表于 2016-7-26 10:33 | 显示全部楼层
    johnxu 发表于 2016-7-13 12:23
    中老年很多,没有年龄统计数据,我们应该是年龄最大之一。哈哈哈。我们业余的没压力,就是玩,所以151名 ...

    我们业余的,能参加就是一件快乐的事情,而且整个过程,我们都从徐老师的文字中看到快乐,团队,友谊。
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