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3: A fresh start for Caleb Ewan and a reboot for Bob Jungels
The 2019 road racing season is underway in Australia and Caleb Ewan got off to the perfect start, winning the People's Choice Classic, his first race in Lotto-Soudal colours before the Tour Down Under began. We hear from Ewan about how he hopes to return to peak form after a disappointing final year with Mitchelton-Scott where his sprinting ambitions got squeezed out as the team focused on their Grand Tour prospects instead. We also hear from Deceuninck-Quick Step's Bob Jungels. The Luxembourg champion won Liège-Bastogne-Liège in stunning fashion last April and built his summer around the Tour de France. He talks about the tension that crept in and how the experience of riding the Tour became almost suffocating at times. Now he wants to return to the Giro d'Italia and rediscover the joy of racing for a high place in the overall classification. **The Cycling Podcast is supported by Rapha and Science in Sport. OUR SPONSORS Rapha** will unveil the new EF Education First jersey at the first World Tour race of the season, the Tour Down Under. [rapha.cc](www.rapha.cc) **Science In Sport** are offering all listeners 25 per cent off their range of energy bars, drinks and gels at [www.scienceinsport.com](www.scienceinsport.com) Use the code **SISCP25** when you reach the check-out. **The Economist** also sponsors this episode. For over 170 years, The Economist has delivered trustworthy intelligence that helps people like you choose where to stand on the issues that matter most. All UK-based listeners can get a free print copy of The Economist by texting **CYCLE** to **78070** **FRIENDS OF THE PODCAST** Everyone who has signed up as a Friend of the Podcast for 2019 can download the four-part, four-hour audiobook The Grand Tour Diaries now. We will release at least 10 more episodes over the course of the year. It costs £15 to become a Friend at [www.thecyclingpodcast.com/friends](www.thecyclingpodcast.com/friends)
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Wednesday, February 27, 2019
TOP STORY: President Trump's former personal lawyer is planning to tell a House committee that Trump knew about WikiLeak's plans for Hillary Clinton's emails ahead of time. Correspondent Scott Carr reports. PLUS: The latest from Hanoi, Vietnam with Bob Costantini as President Trump and Kim Jong Un meet for the second time.
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Rick Scott aide responds to Broward County meltdown
Ari reports from Florida's Broward County where the state has ordered a second recount in the Senate race (0.00). President Trump is publicly lashing out at the Russia probe as he and his lawyers are working on answers to questions from Special Counsel Bob Mueller (12.05). As Democrats solidify a 35-seat net gain, the most in four decades, the Party is debating the way forward, with Congresswoman Marcia Fudge emerging as a potential challenger to Nancy Pelosi’s bid for Speaker of the House (21.10). In a surprising turn, recount results from Florida’s Broward County will not be considered, because the numbers were submitted 2 minutes past the deadline. Instead, the original vote totals will be the new baseline as the manual recount proceeds. Ari Melber presses a Senior Adviser for Republican Rick Scott’s campaign, on his allegation that the missed deadline was politically motivated (31.40). Plus, a leader of the doomed Republican effort to repeal Obamacare under Trump is now paying the price - New Jersey Congressman Tom MacArthur has lost his midterm election to Democratic opponent, Andy Kim (41.25).
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