S8 Ep180: The Grandest Tour stage 25: Every second counts

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S8 Ep180: The Grandest Tour stage 25: Every second counts

The Cycling Podcast

Richard Moore and Lionel Birnie are again joined by guest host Lizzy Banks to recap stage 10 of the Vuelta a España. For the second successive day, the stage was largely unremarkable until after the finish. Confusion over the time gaps meant there was a while to wait until it was confirmed stage winner Primoz Roglic had reclaimed the leader's red jersey from Richard Carapaz even though the pair are tied on time. (Tied on time in a Grand Tour? Where have we heard that before?) How do the timings work and why are uphill finishes like today's so perilous for the GC riders? With two big mountain stages coming, we weigh up the support Carapaz is likely to get from his Ineos Grenadiers teammates. We also check in with Daniel Friebe in Asturias as he contemplates finding an alternative to the local specialty cachopo for dinner. The Cycling Podcast is supported by iwoca and Science in Sport.
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Richard Moore and Lionel Birnie are again joined by guest host Lizzy Banks to recap stage 10 of the Vuelta a España. For the second successive day, the stage was largely unremarkable until after the finish. Confusion over the time gaps meant there was a while to wait until it was confirmed stage winner Primoz Roglic had reclaimed the leader's red jersey from Richard Carapaz even though the pair are tied on time. (Tied on time in a Grand Tour? Where have we heard that before?) How do the timings work and why are uphill finishes like today's so perilous for the GC riders? With two big mountain stages coming, we weigh up the support Carapaz is likely to get from his Ineos Grenadiers teammates. We also check in with Daniel Friebe in Asturias as he contemplates finding an alternative to the local specialty cachopo for dinner. The Cycling Podcast is supported by iwoca and Science in Sport.
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