Here they are. The Kalpen one is very special for me because CTRACK31 was one of the first competition tracks I raced on in 2001. At that time, I perceived CAP, Mark Nailwood and Fdzierva as Stunts gods, and CAP's winning time of 47.70 was something unattainable. By 2003 I was beginning to think we were better than those old gods but I wasn't sure until I won Kalpen A and beat CAP by such a margin. It was then that I knew that we were the gods now.
The ACT one is fun because my average speed is so low until the power gear part. I was proud of this one because I was the only one who did PG so I won by 11 seconds or something.
Double-digit results are very rare on the top level. Actually I don't remember any of them, except Germany vs San Marino a few years ago. But that's different because Rayo Vallecano would beat San Marino at least 5-0 any day of the week. Of course two red cards was the deciding factor. It's just the kind of thing that happens once every decade or so.
Why do you always profess that some injustice is being done to you, Akoss?
Last European Championships, Germany got in the "group of death" with Netherlands, Portugal and Denmark. England had France, Ukraine and Sweden. Last time they participated in 2004, they had France, Croatia and Switzerland.