VeloNews Tour de France podcast – Episode 2

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July 21 | In the second episode of the VeloNews Tour de France podcast, Lionel Birnie caught up with Andy Hood and Caley Fretz over a rest day lunch in Gap. On the menu is a discussion about the Tour so far, Chris Froome’s patience under fire and the science behind his oval chainrings. There’s […]

Stage 16 | Plaza conquers the descent of the Manse

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July 20 | In this edition of the Telegraph Cycling Podcast, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe are joined by VeloNews correspondent Andy Hood to discuss Ruben Plaza’s victory in the 16th stage of the Tour de France. The veteran Spaniard negotiated the fast, tricky and hazardous descent of the Col de Manse on the run-in […]

Stage 15 | Greipel makes it three

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July 19 | This episode of the Telegraph Cycling Podcast comes from Valence after the end of the 15th stage of the Tour de France, which was won by Germany’s Andre Greipel ahead of his compatriot John Degenkolb. Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe are joined by Ciro Scognamiglio of Italian sports paper La […]

Stage 14 | Cummings stuns the French at Mende

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July 18 | This edition of the Telegraph Cycling Podcast comes from the airfield at Mende where Britain’s Steve Cummings secured a first Tour de France stage win for the South African MTN-Qhubeka team on Mandela Day. After getting into the day’s big break, Cummings rode a brilliantly-measured race, judging his effort on the steep […]

Stage 13 | Van Avermaet pips Sagan on the line

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July 17 | In the latest edition of The Telegraph Cycling Podcast, Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe reflect on a sweltering stage 13 to Rodez. The Belgian rider Greg Van Avermaet consigned Tinkoff-Saxo’s Peter Sagan to his 15th second place in Tour stages. Sagan’s consolation was that he extended his lead over Andre […]

Stage 12 | Rodriguez doubles up on Plateau de Beille

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July 16 | The Telegraph Cycling Podcast survived the torrential rain and hailstorm at Plateau de Beille in the Pyrenees to discuss a second stage victory for the Spanish rider Joaquim Rodriguez. Richard Moore and Lionel Birnie were without Daniel Friebe, who headed off to witness the reaction to Lance Armstrong riding the route of […]

Stage 11 | Live from the Tour de France near Cauterets

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July 15 | This episode of the Telegraph Cycling Podcast was originally broadcast live from the press room at the Tour de France near Cauterets in the Pyrenees after Rafal Majka’s stage win for Tinkoff-Saxo. This is an opportunity to listen again to the show, in which Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe are […]

Stage 10 | Froome extends his lead in the Pyrenees

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July 14 | Chris Froome put time into all his rivals as the Tour de France reached the Pyrenees and the Telegraph Cycling Podcast team of Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe put the events of stage 10 into context in today’s show. In Tarbes before the start of the stage, BMC’s Max Sciandri […]

VeloNews Tour de France podcast – episode 1

Posted by on Jul 14, 2015 in Podcast | No Comments

Richard Moore is joined by Caley Fretz and Andy Hood of VeloNews for a review of the first week of the Tour de France. We hear from Tejay Van Garderen and Jim Ochowicz of BMC Racing as the American rider reflected on a perfect first week that saw him 2nd overall as the Tour heads […]

Stage 9 | BMC Racing pip Sky in team time trial

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July 12 | The latest edition of the Telegraph Cycling Podcast discusses a very close Tour de France team time trial in Brittany where BMC Racing pipped Team Sky by less than a second. Chris Froome remains in yellow but Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe discuss whether the big four ought now to […]