S9 Ep104: Kilometre 0 – Audio diaries, part 2

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S9 Ep104: Kilometre 0 – Audio diaries, part 2

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It's been an action-packed few days for our audio diarists as the Tour de France hit the Alps and reached its first rest day. Our quartet have been documenting the race each day, letting listeners hear their thoughts as the Tour unfolds. For Ben O'Connor of AG2R-Citroën there was a phenomenal stage win at Tignes which put him in the virtuel maillot jaune for a while on the final climb and eventually lifted him to second place overall behind Tadej Pogacar. At the other end of the peloton was Tim Declercq of Deceuninck-Quick Step, who was part of the gruppetto riding to make it to the finish inside the time limit and keep their sprinter Mark Cavendish in the race. Victor Campenaerts of Qhubeka-Next Hash talks about making the astonishing breakaway on Friday's stage to Le Creusot only to realise that Wout van Aert and Mathieu van der Poel had made it too. But we start with Connor Swift, the Yorkshireman riding for Arkéa-Samsic, who talks about his time trial effort to Laval and how he realised why the crowd cheered him by name in the race against the clock... Kilometre 0 by The Cycling Podcast, powered by Supersapiens, the continuous glucose monitoring system that helps you make the right fuelling choices. See supersapiens.com
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It's been an action-packed few days for our audio diarists as the Tour de France hit the Alps and reached its first rest day. Our quartet have been documenting the race each day, letting listeners hear their thoughts as the Tour unfolds. For Ben O'Connor of AG2R-Citroën there was a phenomenal stage win at Tignes which put him in the virtuel maillot jaune for a while on the final climb and eventually lifted him to second place overall behind Tadej Pogacar. At the other end of the peloton was Tim Declercq of Deceuninck-Quick Step, who was part of the gruppetto riding to make it to the finish inside the time limit and keep their sprinter Mark Cavendish in the race. Victor Campenaerts of Qhubeka-Next Hash talks about making the astonishing breakaway on Friday's stage to Le Creusot only to realise that Wout van Aert and Mathieu van der Poel had made it too. But we start with Connor Swift, the Yorkshireman riding for Arkéa-Samsic, who talks about his time trial effort to Laval and how he realised why the crowd cheered him by name in the race against the clock... Kilometre 0 by The Cycling Podcast, powered by Supersapiens, the continuous glucose monitoring system that helps you make the right fuelling choices. See supersapiens.com
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