ITV Sport Tour De France Podcast

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Chris joins Matt and Ned on the last day of a fabulous tour to sum up the last stage and the amazing achievement of Geraint Thomas!
Barring some terrible mishap on the road to Paris tomorrow, Geraint Thomas will be crowned as Britain's third Tour de France winner. Our Four Musketeers are suitably giddy, not to mention demob happy.
The antepenultimate stage of this year's Tour was anything but an anti-climax. Ned, David and Chris have all the news from the Pyrenees Circle of Death.
Stage 18 provided an opportunity for the men who have been finishing last over the past three days to finally come first. Matt, Ned and Chris have all the news from Pau on a dream day for Demare.
Was this the day the Tour was won? Ned and Chris have all the reaction from the 65 kilometres of ascending and descending in the Pyrenees that was Stage 17.
Stage 16 had it all, from pepper spray to terrifying crashes. And at the end of it, another memorable stage win for rider 101. So, plenty to discuss, and Matt, Ned and Chris have every base covered.
Another breakaway, another Astana victory. Matt, Ned and Chris pick the bones out of Magnus Corn Nielsen's Stage 15 triumph in Carcassonne.
Two separate races, both equally exciting. Two excitable blokes (well Matt and Ned) talk about the road to Mende.
Stage 13 proved lucky for one. Peter Sagan's hat trick of wins on this year's Tour was the main talking point of another hot and humid day in the south of France.
The Queen Stage of this year's Tour surpassed all expectation as yet another chapter was added to the legend of Alpe D'Huez. Ned and Chris bring all the reaction to Geraint's 21 Hairpins to Heaven.
It was a Super G on the Alpine slopes of La Rosière as Thomas rode into yellow. Ned, David and Chris react to a spectacular Stage 11, as well as reflecting on the time enforced departure of Mark Cavendish.
The first day in the high mountains certainly didn't disappoint as France celebrated her first stage win of this year's Tour. Our Gang of Four reflect on that, and a truly extraordinary finish in La Course.
Gary joins Chris and Matt on the first rest day of the Tour to look ahead to the next few stages in the Mountains, we hear from some of the riders and preview La Course.
Half a Sunday in Hell was Dan Martin's description of Stage 9's ride over the cobbles to Roubaix. Tears of pain and of joy for our intrepid trio to discuss.
It was Double Delight for Dutchman Dylan on Bastille Day. The boys cast a forensic eye over the sprint, the scenery and tomorrow's cobbled stage.
The longest stage of this year's Tour was flat in pretty much every way possible, but try telling that to Dylan Groenewegen or our very own Fun Boy Three.
The Mûr de Bretagne, so good they climbed it twice. And nobody climbed it better than Ireland's Dan Martin. Matt, Ned and Chris bring all their analytical powers to bear.
Stage 5 featured multiple races within races but at the end of it all, a familiar figure in green crossed the finish line in first.
If you ever wanted to know what Ned cheated at, today's podcast is the place for you. And there's a bit of cycling chat as well as Fernando Gaviria and Quick-Step Floors ruled the roost once more.
Matt, Ned and Chris look back over a tactical Team Time-Trial on Stage 3 of the Tour
Matt, Ned and Chris have all the news from the Vendee on another accident strewn day at the Tour, as Peter Sagan sprinted into yellow on Stage 2.
Our band of merry men break down Fernando Gaviria's impressive Tour debut as the Colombian sprinter won the opening stage.
Matt and Ned preview the 2018 edition.
Stage 20 Podcast. Please no more, please.
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Jul 1st, 2016
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Jul 29th, 2018
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