Original Message
No way
RE: highest VO2 max ever recorded

chitownrunner wrote:

I know Floyd Landis recorded a 90, and Greg Lemond had a 92. It's possible, but he's obviously got to be a world class endurance athlete if it's true.

Thats not true. He could certainly have that high of a VO2 max and not be world class. There are way more factors involved than that.
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