Quote Of The Day
“I’ve always attributed it to just being generally endurance athletes. I think they like to be in groups. They like to go and do things around people, but then when they try to interact with each other it’s the weirdest, most awkward thing. I don’t know, they’re strange. I like them. They generally tend to be educated and intelligent. It attracts a crowd of people that are entertaining, but for whatever reason they seem to be lacking in social skills. I guess that’s what makes it fun too if you just laugh at it.”
– Former pro cyclist and doper, Floyd Landis, talking about the common “socially awkward” trend he notices among runners, cyclists and endurance athletes in general.
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