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Podcast 2016 Episode 31 – Melbourne’s Name is Mud

Podcast logoThis week we take a deep breath as Qatar’s World Championships is just around the corner. We’ve got a few races to talk about in the Giro dell’Emilia and Gran Premio Bruno Beghelli. There’s also been the latest US leg of the Cyclocross World Cups and in classic fashion we manage to find heaps of controversy to discuss along the way. This includes everything from the latest UCI publicity around the Women’s World Tour, the TTT event in Qatar, TUEs, hacking and more. Dan also potentially manages to offend entire states in both Australia and the US. Just another week on the podcast! (1:14:13 MIN / 67.95 MB)

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Things we talked about this week included

Recent racing

Cyclocross World Cup #2, Jingle Cross

Highlights and full race replay

Fantastic photos from the awesome Balint Hamvas, on Cyclephotos.co.uk, and full results.

Giro Dell’Emilia

Full results


GP Bruno Beghelli

Full results



Other things we saw

Here’s more information on the men’s 2016 Road Cycling World Championships Team Time Trial controversies – why it was an issue, by INRNG; and information about the UCI paying for the men’s trade teams to race on Cycling Tips.


Our friend Monique Hanley has a fantastic piece about why women can and should join sports boards and change the world, on Ella Cycling Tips.


Two great photo galleries from the Velofocus team (Sean Robinson and Balint Hamvas) – their favourite photos from the 2016 season – pre-race and post-race.


Videos from the 2016 Rás na mBan race in Ireland


Tracey Gaudry‘s video about the first Women’s WorldTour – compare to the UCI’s press release that went with it.



Speaking of Vos, this happened while we were ‘casting – the announcement of what “Team Vos” will be called next year – Rabo-liv becomes Fortitude Cycling, and their line-up is in this piece on Ella Cycling Tips. Follow the brand-new team on their brand-new twitter, @FortitudeProCyc.


We’d completely missed that there will be a women’s Liège-Bastogne-Liège next year, which is awesome news, but..


Upcoming racing

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