Podcast 2013 Episode 10 – The Coverage We Got Was Worse Than No Coverage At All

The-Unofficial,-Unsanctioned-Women's-UCI-Cycling-ShowThis week Sarah brags talks about her adventures in the Hitec Products UCK team car. Dan is absolutely not even a little bit jealous at all. You can tell because he’s definitely not a bastard who asks snarky, jealous questions. Also, we talk about Flèche Wallone: the race, the coverage, how hard it is to live tweet a race with no information from race radio and how it’s actually possible to have worse coverage of a race than no coverage (Dan goes on a sweary rant at this point). (1:03:11 MIN / 60.57 MB)

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Things we talked about this week

Flèche Wallonne World Cup

  • Sarah went to the Flèche Wallonne with Hitec Products UCK, and can’t shut up about it! Here are her photos – and make sure you’re following the Hitec team site, facebook and twitter
  • There’s video of the race! 2 minutes on Sporza (please click through so they know we want more), and the UCI video:

  • and the ORICA backstage pass video probably has the most comprehensive video of the women’s race (which is not much at all)

This weekend’s racing:

Love advice as race tactics! If you have a question, ask in the comments, or email on prowomenscycling[at]gmail[dot]com

We didn’t talk about this, but here’s the 26 minutes video from the first two rounds of the World Cup, the Ronde van Drenthe and the Trofeo Binda:


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