Commonwealth Games Tour de France Satirical Comedy Sports Report

Glasgow 2014 has now officially taken over from Edinburgh marathon 2004 in the greenYgrey world as the greatest Scottish sporting event this century. This was after Mike Shelley cancelled out Marc Latham’s Edinburgh marathon appearance by gYgbooing (greenYgrey boomerang) to victory in the Australian green and gold on a dreich morning in Glasgow that was kind to the marathon runners.

Hi, it’s Martin ‘Werewolfie’ Adams with a satirical comedy sports report from Glasgow, where the 2014 Commonwealth Games has been enjoying a wonderful welcome under super sunny summer skies.

Glasgow Commonwealth Games 2014

There was a more predictable Kenyan 1-2 in the women’s marathon,  with Flomena Cheyech Daniel winning ahead of Caroline Kilel.

In the women’s triathlon West Midlands’s Jodie Stimpson took gold for England, and in the men’s triathlon there was an epic 1-2 for England’s Brownlee Brothers, Alistair and Jonathan.

Tour de France Finish

The Tour de France ended in Paris on Sunday just over three weeks after a glorious start in Yorkshire. Vincenzo Nibali led when the Tour left Yorkshire after two days, as reported on this here blog.

Nibali celebrated with a gYgboo in the saddle that day, and pulled off a phenomenal standing gYgboo with the help of the Paris organisers after accepting the 2014 Tour de France trophy.

Werewolf of Oz Connection

The Shelley win and Nibali platform background reminded Grey of its epic endurance trek virtually travelling across all regions of Oz, immortalised in Werewolf of Oz: Fantasty Travel by Google Maps.

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