Written by Equipo Easy On at 16:02 9/1-2019|
There was this guy on the HL, a Scotsman, so he did not fit my team, really, but hey, I scouted him on impulse as he had this funny name, Ants Hilley, and Scotland, come on, is a nice country to come from. He turned out to be potential sprinting beast, with a minimum of 220 points, 235 .
Should I train him? I was wondering, since not a single beast talents has ever reached his full potential in the last 22 seasons.
I trained him. He maxed after 89 points.
Frankly, this time I was actually frustrated as I sold two riders to buy and train him. I still am and sold him to the HL today. I couldn't bother to go through the complicated motions of a forum sale. True signs of fading interest in OCM.
Quite unbelievable, I had another rider maxing at 180 points. Unfortunately a pretty hapless guy. Blair Halfacre. Got trained as leadout for the NT ....
My failure list.
Travis Lauritsen: VG TT, VG TQ, FR AVG: 220 TT minimum! Max at 41
Sancho Balbi: VG HL, VG SP, Max at 41
Nacho Montana, INC SP, Small FR, AVG TQ - maxed at 40
Rehani Bizimana VG CL, good DH, small HL and good FR - maxed at 37
Tom Salter, INC FR guy, maxing at 39.
Laurence Karcher, Very Good HL & SP, AVG FR & TQ, maxing at 42
Paulo Gualtieri, INC HL guy, maxing at 40.
Angus Robilier SP and TQ Very good, 210+ sprinter, maxing at 40
Ants Hilley, VG SP, GOod FR and TQ, maxing at 42.
I love my LO1 Tom Salter, so thankyou for training.
Once you find 1, it's all worth it.
I found the combination of Ants + Hill very convincing...
Ants used to be very popular name in Estonia. There are many Antses in the age of 50+.
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