50: The Women's Tour 2018 | Stage 3 | Atherstone - Royal Leamington Spa

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50: The Women's Tour 2018 | Stage 3 | Atherstone - Royal Leamington Spa

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Stage three of the OVO Energy Women’s Tour, into Royal Leamington Spa, was won by Australian Sarah Roy, giving her team, Mitchelton-Scott, two out of three stages so far. The American rider Coryn Rivera kept the leader’s green jersey. Orla Chennaoui of The Cycling Podcast Féminin spent the day in the Trek-Drops team car, from where she witnessed a dramatic day of crashes and survival – we hear her report in tonight’s episode.  There are interviews with Vita Heine, who was in the day’s big breakaway, as well as with Roy’s teammate Alex Manly, and with Rivera’s teammates Floortje Mackaij and Leah Kirchmann. We also hear from Elisa Longo Borgini, the Italian champion who has been one of the most aggressive riders over the past two stages, and Cecile Uttrup Ludwig, who should shine on Sunday’s hilly stage. The Cycling Podcast Féminin is supported by Rapha, Skoda and Science in Sport
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Stage three of the OVO Energy Women’s Tour, into Royal Leamington Spa, was won by Australian Sarah Roy, giving her team, Mitchelton-Scott, two out of three stages so far. The American rider Coryn Rivera kept the leader’s green jersey. Orla Chennaoui of The Cycling Podcast Féminin spent the day in the Trek-Drops team car, from where she witnessed a dramatic day of crashes and survival – we hear her report in tonight’s episode.  There are interviews with Vita Heine, who was in the day’s big breakaway, as well as with Roy’s teammate Alex Manly, and with Rivera’s teammates Floortje Mackaij and Leah Kirchmann. We also hear from Elisa Longo Borgini, the Italian champion who has been one of the most aggressive riders over the past two stages, and Cecile Uttrup Ludwig, who should shine on Sunday’s hilly stage. The Cycling Podcast Féminin is supported by Rapha, Skoda and Science in Sport
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