Worlds 2017: It’s a ThreePete for Sagan

It was the finale of the 2017 UCI World Championships in Bergen and one of the most exciting – and mysterious – of the week. After remaining hidden for 267km, it was Peter Sagan taking the rainbow stripes for the third consecutive year with a bike throw in a photofinish with home favourite Alexander Kristoff. It was Michael Matthews, who was second in 2015, who took bronze. I suspect he’s wondering what the entire peloton is wondering: ‘Is there no way to beat Sagan if he sets his mind to the win?’
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Vuelta Tweets of the Week: Bye bye Bertie, double trouble, looking forward

It was an emotional final week of Vuelta 2017 – tears of joy for Chris Froome who did the Tour/Vuelta double, tears of both sadness and joy as Alberto Contador crossed the line solo at Angliru. But we also have singing – lots of singing, chanting – lots of chanting, a little bit of rage and fans a go-go. It’s our final Vuelta Tweets of the Week …
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VeloVoices Podcast 111: Vuelta all spiced out

In our 111th episode, it’s Midge and Kathi discussing the final week of Vuelta 2017. We talk about Matteo Trentin and the green jersey, Alberto Contador‘s final flight up Angliru, Chris Froome‘s dominance, Quick-Step and Aqua Blue‘s team spirit and a run-down of all the stage winners! It’s packed!  Continue reading