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Podcast 2016 Episode 27 – It DID Come Down To a Sprint Finish!

Podcast logoThis week Sarah makes a foolish promise as we try to cover all of the rest of the 2016 Olympic racing and the various other races that took place since we last spoke. There’s the Olympic time trial, the track racing, the bmx, the mtb along with the Route de France, the Ladies Tour of Norway and the Open de Suede Vargarda. It’s a huge amount of racing and there’s a whole bunch of other stuff in there too. Brace yourselves for all the results that are fit to print (i.e. podcast). (1:23:21 MIN / 76.32 MB)

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Things we talked about this week included…

Photos from the Olympic MTB, on Pinkbike.  Highlights of the MTB, and of Mariana Pajón winning the BMX:


Crescent Vårgårda World Tour

The Team Time Trial

The Crescent Vårgårda Road Race

Want to see the full race coverage? It’s here – Part 1 and Part 2

And highlights:


Ladies Tour of Norway

So many videos from the awesome Ladies Tour of Norway – here’s an intro, and their highlights, and if you click here you can see ALL the race’s own videos

More things from this week

While she was in Brazil for the Olympics, Annette Edmondson met the girl she’s been sponsoring for 10 years – this article is adorable, and awesome and heart-warming – even for Dan!


And then there’s what happened to Melissa Hoskins and Ashlee Ankudinoff after the track events were over…


Pauline Ferrand-Prévot‘s statement on her Olympics and terrible year on her facebook, or via google translate.


Want to catch up on the transfers for the 2016/7 season? Cycling Fever is collecting them.


Handcyclist Karen Darke is crowdfunding a film about her Paralympics, as the funding crisis means her races won’t be filmed


Did baggy gloves keep the USA Team Pursuit squad from gold?


Find out more about double Olympic Champion Mariana Pajón on her website and in this film-ette


Nice InCycle profile of Trixi Worrack



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