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The Femmes Stage 7: Effectively, that was a brutal day

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Welcome to your hub for the Tour Day by day throughout the 2022 Tour de France. We’ll have a Tour Day by day episode each stage by each the Tour de France and Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift. You possibly can play every episode from this web page or subscribe on iTunesSpotify,  Google, or wherever you get your podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts.

The Femmes Stage 7: Effectively, that was a brutal day

Matt and Amy bumped into some acquainted associates at the beginning of the Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift stage 7. Nobody is shocked in regards to the outcomes on the finish of the day, though the time gaps have been a little bit of a shock. With an 18% time lower, it’s possible some riders is not going to see the startline for the eighth stage. Yet another stage to go!

Veronica Ewers (EF Schooling-Tibco-SVB), Julie Leth and Anne Dorthe Ysland (Uno-X), and Audrey Cordon-Ragot (Trek-Segafredo) check-in after the stage.

The Femmes Stage 6: Sucks to be a breakaway artist

Abby and Alison Jackson discuss stage 6 of the Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift and lament the downfall of an ideal breakaway. Matt and Amy have been on the bottom on the ultimate circuits.

Plus, hear from our riders within the peloton; Audrey Cordon-Ragot who represented Trek-Segafredo within the day’s breakaway, Veronica Ewers of EF Schooling-Tibco-SVB, and the duo from Uno-X: Julie Leth and Anne Dorthe Ysland.

The Femmes Stage 5: How do you beat the unbeatable?

It was a day for the sprinters on the Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift. Abby and Loren are joined by Alison Jackson to observe the stage finale whereas Amy and Matt report from on the bottom.

Put up-race reactions from our riders within the peloton Veronica Ewers (EF Schooling-Tibco-SVB), Anne Dorthe Ysland and Julie Leth (Uno-X).

The Femmes Stage 4: Alternatives squandered and seized

The gravel of stage 4 could have been greater than the peloton bargained for however didn’t pressure a lot change within the GC. One other shock winner capitalized on the chaos.

Hear from Trek-Segafredo’s Audrey Cordon-Ragot earlier than the morning of the stage and Julie Leth (Uno-X) and Veronica Ewers (EF Schooling-Tibco-SVB) post-race.

The Femmes Stage 3: Magnifique!

Abby and Loren are joined by Alison Jackson of Liv Xstra to observe the finale of stage 3. Matt and Amy had some adventures on the bottom and Veronica Ewers (EF Schooling-Tibco-SVB) and Julie Leth (Uno-X) check-in after the stage.

The Femmes Stage 2: Crashes, crosswinds and the G.O.A.T.

Stage 2 had us all on our ft, and never at all times for excellent causes. What was in any other case an unbelievable stage was marred by some nasty crashes.

Julie Leth of Uno-X and Veronica Ewers of EF Schooling-Tibco-SVB test in after the stage.

Stage 21/Stage 1: That is solely the start

With the boys’s race achieved and dusted Caley and the crew hand over the mic to Amy Jones and Matt de Neef on the bottom on the Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift. The ladies’s race began the place the boys’s wrapped up; on the enduring Champs Élysées.

Hear audio diaries from Trek-Segafredo’s French champion Audrey Cordon-Ragot, Danish legend Julie Leth of Uno-X and American Veronica Ewers of EF Schooling-Tibco-SVB.

Stage 20: TTs and a captivating press convention

The final time trial of the Tour de France, and now on to Paris.

Stage 19: Vinny Go Go

A dash stage that wasn’t, a really distracting practice, and trying to find the Mona Lisa.

Stage 18: The Hautacam

Crashes, chases, waits. It was a loopy day within the Pyrenees.

Stage 17: Going, going, gondola

The second of three Pyrénéen phases, a string of assaults, and a dinner in Tarbes.

Stage 16: Into the Pyrenees

Pogačar can’t escape, Vingegaard gained’t be dropped, and now we have two large days within the Pyrenees to return.

Relaxation day two: Beneath the bridge

The air is sizzling, the racing is great, and Jonny, Iain, and Caley come to you from beneath a bridge in Carcassonne.

Stage 15: Jumbo fell down

A sizzling, exhausting stage to Carcassonne with some yelling, a Bernie cameo, and a worthy winner.

Stage 14: Mende at work

A loopy begin, a GC tactic that takes us again a long time, and profitable on want. Jonny, Caley, and Iain talk about the day and usher in Peter Cossins for historic perspective.

Stage 13: Slushies in Saint-Étienne

A breakaway, warmth, and Fred Wright’s close to miss.

Stage 12: Whippersnappers on Alpe d’Huez

A mixture of characters previous and new outlined the final huge day within the Alps. Pippa York joins Jonny, Iain, and Caley (plus a particular visitor) to speak by all of it.

Stage 11: The brand new king of France

Probably the greatest and most impactful Tour de France phases in a decade. We break it down, plus carry you the scene from the highest of the Galibier.

Stage 10: Tangents in Megève

Magnus Cort shrugged off per week of breakaways, Caleb Ewan seemed fairly unhappy, and the boys stay in glaz.

Relaxation day: Turf de France

An episode devoted to the Tour de France adjoining.

Stage 9: Welcome to the Jungels

A mountain stage and a breakaway, plus COVID testing for everybody. Jonny, Ronan, and Caley are joined by Pippa York to speak by all of it.

Stage 8: Wright Mentioned Fred

A doomed breakaway, a father within the crew automobile, and one other dominant show.

Stage 7: The Tremendous Planche

In right now’s episode, Jonny checks in from a motorcycle in the midst of the Tour de France then the crew sit down to debate the primary mountaintop end. Is Jumbo as put collectively as we thought they have been? Is Ineos one of the best hope to strive one thing wild to unseat Pogačar?

Stage 6: Your man on the Tour

It was a day the place Wout van Aert and Tadej Pogacar took turns dominating all the Tour de France discipline. Ronan, Jonny, and Caley speak although the stage, plus Alberto Bettiol, La Planche, and your man with the close to miss.

Stage 5: Jumbo messed that one up

It was a wild day on the cobbles of northern France. Jonny, Ronan, and Caley break down Pogačar’s dominance, Jumbo-Visma’s unusual response to a comparatively regular problem, and delve into why Nairo Quintana is so good on cobblestones.

Stage 4: Will Wout Wait?

Wout van Aert determined one of the best ways to finish his run of second locations was to dash towards himself on Tuesday. Jonny and Ronan are joined by Caley, recent off the aircraft, to speak by an exhilarating finale and sit up for Wednesday’s cobble stage.

Stage 3: Onward to France

One other dash, one other winner. The crew sit down after the ultimate Danish stage to speak by a quick however impressively protected opener to the Tour de France. 

Stage 2: Two for 2

Fabio Jakobsen made it two for 2 for Fast-Step, capping an emotional and unbelievable comeback from his horrific crash in Poland. Jonny, Ronan, Shoddy, and Pippa speak by the stage.

Stage 1: Only a farmer’s son in yellow

“Now I’ve overwhelmed all one of the best riders on the earth – I’m only a farmer’s son from Belgium, eh?”

Yves Lampaert shocked the heavy favorites to take the primary yellow jersey of the 2022 Tour de France. Shoddy, Ronan, and Jonny sit down over a Danish pizza to speak by the gorgeous journey and what’s to return within the subsequent few phases.

Tour de France eve

Shoddy, Jonny, and Ronan are joined by Philippa York on the eve of the primary stage of the Tour de France to speak by total contenders, Copenhagen ambiance, the primary time trial, and rather more.

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