It's safe to say most athletes are built differently than the rest of us, but this photo of one German athlete's freakishly large quads is still jarring.
You thought Greipel has a big set of legs. There was a quad off in the German camp today. Greipel lost.
The smaller (but still impressive) quads must belong to German cyclist André Greipel. The larger quads belong to a German athlete who could easily crush your head with his thighs.
The guy with the monster quads
is not a cyclist, as he could not physically wrap those legs around a bicycle. His identity, however, remains unknown. Some have speculated that the athlete is a bodybuilder, which makes sense, while others are organizing a mob to chase it out of the village with torches.
Scratch that, the quad-beast is a cyclist: meet Robert Förstemann. He's a German track sprinter, not a bodybuilder — although he likely worked out a bit to beef up his lower half so extensively.