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69: Stage 4 | Warwick - Burton Dassett | Women's Tour 2019
The Womenâ€™s Tour burst into life on stage 4 as former winner Kasia Niewiadoma won the first summit finish at Burton Dassett. Behind her, 21 year old Liane Lippert was second to take over the race lead. There are interviews with both riders in The Cycling Podcast FÃ©minin as Orla Chennaoui, Rose Manley and Richard Moore discuss the action and look ahead to two more difficult days. We also hear from Lizzie Deignan, Lizzie Banks and Henk Vos, whose daughter, Marianne, crashed out while leading overall the previous day. The Cycling Podcast FÃ©minin is supported by Rapha, Science in Sport and Skoda.
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70: Stage 5 | Llandrindod Wells - Builth Wells | Women's Tour 2019 START Llandrindod Wells
The toughest stage ever to feature in the Ovo Energy Women's Tour did not disappoint as Lizzie Deignan won her first race since her return to racing following childbirth and Kasia Niewiadoma lit it up on the climbs, finishing second at the finish in Builth Wells.Â The two former winners now sit first and second going into the sixth and final stage, also in Wales, on Saturday.Â In the latest episode of The Cycling Podcast FÃ©minin we hear from Deignan and Niewiadoma, as well as previous leader Liane Lippert, as Orla Chennaoui, Rose Manley and Richard Moore discuss the stage and look ahead to the final day. Orla spent the day in Niewiadoma's Canyon/SRAM team car so we hear what went on as the race reached its decisive phase, and there's a Roald Dahl theme to Orla's story of the stage. The Cycling Podcast FÃ©minin is supported by Rapha, Science in Sport and Skoda.
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71: Stage 6 | Carmarthen - Pembrey Country Park | Women's Tour 2019
The final stage of the Ovo Energy Women's Tour saw Lizzie Deignan seal the overall victory, her first win since becoming a mother less than nine months ago. She also became the first rider to win two editions of a race that was first held in 2014, having also won in 2016. In The Cycling Podcast FÃ©minin, Orla Chennaoui, Rose Manley and Richard Moore discuss the final stage and look back over the six days of racing.Â We hear from Deignan and the runner-up, Kasia Niewiadoma, as well as the race director Mick Bennett and one of the revelations, Lizzy Banks, who finished seventh overall. Bennett tells us that it had been the toughest edition of the Women's Tour and that they will consult with the teams and riders to make more changes to next year's race.Â The Cycling Podcast FÃ©minin is supported by Rapha, Science in Sport and Rapha.