Podcast 2017 Episode 5 – The Weather Looks Horrendous

cropped-podcast-logo.jpgThis week we preview the first of the Spring Classics! Omloop Het Nieuwsblad and Tielt-Winge are on this weekend (the weather looks horrendous!!!!! Yay!). We review the Cali Track World Cup and the results from the last cyclocross race of the season in Leuven. There’s some tougher news that we need to talk about, but it’s positive in the sense that good journos like Laura Weislo are doing some great work in following up on these stories. Most importantly it’s time for round two of our kit vote, so make sure to get in and vote for your favourites! (1:36:14 MIN / 88.11 MB)

NOTE: We do apologise for some background noise on this week’s recording – there were builders working next door to Sarah….

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Things we talked about included

Don’t forget to vote in Part 2 of Sarah’s 2017 women’s cycling Best Kit voteTibco-SVB won Part 1, the vote for the WorldTour teams (the top 20 UCI teams who get automatic invitations to the 2017 Women’s WorldTour stage races) – this is a selection of smaller teams, all of whom have been nominated by readers/twitterati, and there are some great designs in there.

This week’s racing

UCI Highlights and full broadcast from the Round 3 of the 2016/7 Track World Cup, in Cali, Colombia.

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How to watch the 2015 Track Cycling World Championships – LIVE!

The 2015 Track World Championships are very important, as we’re definitely in the zone for preparing for the 2016 Rio Olympics, and riders need the points to qualify.  This year the competition runs from 18th-22nd February, in Saint-Quentin-En-Yvelines, France.  And as well as the fabulous racing, we should get some really great coverage, including, for the first time ever, on-bike camera action…

I’ll tell you all about how to watch the racing, and when it’s not being streamed, how to follow all the action, as well as how to find more background information on riders, teams and more.

So, how can we watch live?

Start with the UCI’s official tv guide, which tells you if there’ll be live tv or streaming in your country and when.  If you don’t have tv, you should be able to see the UCI’s own feeds of the evening sessions – click the links to get to the UCI youtube live pages, which will also be the place to see the full replays.

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