Sir Dave Brailsford has been blamed for the so-called ‘culture of fear’ in British cycling, after it had emerged he took leadership advice from the Supreme Leader of North Korea Kim Jong-Un.
‘I did what I had to do to win’, said Mr. Brailsford.
‘At elite level sport, it’s all about the marginal gains’.
‘That’s why I got in touch with Mr. Kim. He’s a man who knows how to get things done’.
‘He was very generous with his time, and told me that the secret to success was to rule with an iron fist’.
‘Never compromise, never apologise, never accept defeat’.
‘Reach for the stars and beyond’.
‘Do you think Bradley Wiggins won all those medals because I was nice to him?’
‘He was facing ten years’ hard labour’.
‘I’m not sorry’.
Full story here: http://bit.ly/2s5vDgZ
WHAT A HOOT!