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"marcel kissel" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

06:06 min | Last month

"marcel kissel" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Dot Co. don't You k today? Then tomorrow on our JEETER. We'RE GOING TO BE TALKING ABOUT. Mario Cipollini at the the light and shade of of CIPOLLINI and in today's episode going to be looking at as his early years up to his pump really am when he was the dominant sprinter in the world but Lila. Maybe you can take all the way. Back to the origins of Meyer Cipollini word. The Lion King Spring from well. Yeah the nicknames. The Lion King and Super Mario. They were to come much later. Just Super Mario. I mean he'd been brilliant computer games cycling wouldn't they clearly it'd be. He'd have been leading out year. I want archery Tae Mario Laming True Mary. Cipollini was born on March twenty second nineteen sixty seven in Luca. His brother Chat today was Eight years older than him and was also a professional cyclist from nineteen. Seventy eight to nine hundred ninety. Mario was napalm borne. Did you know this? And I didn't I didn't until today and I I haven't found an explanation for it. I was born in Belfour in front. That's right yeah I was going to ask you about that but I thought that was lorry driver whether that had anything to do that. No probably not Ashley piece the piece it together. Well one of the mysteries anyway. Marriott was a junior world champion in the team. Time trial on the road in one thousand nine hundred five and he turned professional for the Dow Tongo team in one thousand nine hundred and nine and that was the only season. The seasons at the two brothers wrote together also on that team with the reigning world champion Maria phoned and a future jira winner Franco kilt. Yolly CIPOLLINI's I probably witness came all at once. The Gino Di Puglia in eight thousand nine hundred ninety one thousand three stages in a row and a month later he got his first jared Italia stage win at the first attempt or in the first year they took part in stage twelve in MIATA and in one thousand nine hundred followed with two stage win so he was off to a flyer in terms of winning. Sprint finishes Daniel but was always destined to be a professional rider. Did his brothers interesting in the sport make inevitable that he would follow in this in the wheel tracks so to speak. I think he would send say yes. Napalm Amsoil as you said Shehzad was a decent pro and when a few things but N- Jerusalem Melia was probably the biggest win but Mario used to go and watch chase at I says and Tele famous story about and they always used to go up the coast from where they live near. Luca onto the roof Manta Raymond. Watch Samra and CIPOLLINI's birthday often fell actually on some raimo and one year how Cipollini was maybe seven or eight and he was there with these Dodd Rivaldo and they watch the Tongo pass and Chattanooga Boston. Mario turned to his dad and said I promise. I will win milan-san Raymond Foye one day so the was all was already sort of planted at that point and by all accounts is pretty hyperactive kid. I'm allegedly age. Sixty case mums fear. Five hundred until your first spin around the family sort of plot. The family ranch in Sanju study comfortable. I don't think that did you think that's even plausible. That story as I said. Very very hyperactive. Some was the manager of the GIST team. Piero Piero only came out of the House one day and with a contract for his brother Chaser and he remembered that Mario such handful the the family tied into an olive tree with a rope to to stop moving plausible any well. That's possible but when he got aboard his when he goes bike he was. He was quite something He won I mean a staggering number of rice in the the majority of races took part in junior and even you know as he sort of got close to become a professional. I think in in the loss in his last year or two before it did become a professional Legend has it that I would say to other items in the Peleton while you win as much as you can now because my brother's coming and he's GonNa win everything and at that point. You know people weren't only talking about Cipollini as a sprinter. I mean you mentioned that heat. He had great pedigree as a junior in time. Charles and team time trials Use The world champion Jeannie world champion. So Yeah a bit of a bit of a phenomenon by all accounts. It's interesting Donna. Looking back at his early wins. Because I have in my mind's eye C. Cipollini as this kind of muscle by very imposing character with a quite impressive physique and of course Unmodern or a recent sprint. Who's been similar in in Luke's if nothing else is Marcel Kissel but actually am when I was looking out their respective Stotts kittles bigger than CIPOLLINI. Cipollini wasn't actually. That big emmy wasn't not heavy. He was toll and but he was actually quite lean on and in those early years he was quite gangly. The other thing they have in common is having both been very strong. Time trialists as younger writers before becoming sprinters. And I guess that they were similar. 'em Or kipling became Sim- similar in style. A kettle in in you know being good Going from the front and really taking on From quite a long way being a very strong sprinter an Hartman to get around once he was in front and when he did start He was regarded as just a very very talented young writer. But people had no real inkling. It would become the personality that he did. There was a bit of a bit of flourish about him but he he started when he stays in Jira very early.

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"marcel kissel" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

02:43 min | 11 months ago

"marcel kissel" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Last year he was really quite harsh on on himself and drew attention to the mistakes he felt he'd made in those <hes> in those stages which not many sprinters tend to do. They tend to sort of <hes> you know. Try and keep that mistakes hidden under wraps. Perhaps for fear of giving the opposition a bit of an advantage or or just not to attract further criticism but you mentioned the the the stream of rided in the past who had the undisputed fastest man in the world tag. There isn't really a sprinter <hes> that could lay claim to that. There's quite a broad base of very good sprinters but no kind of one outstanding right at one outstanding sprinter who really really could have said for a couple of years that he was on the planet with marcel kissel the subject of our first kilometer zero of this wealth ice on you're not racing here of course because he it has announced his retirement but he'd kick off his <hes> grandeur sprinting career with victory in the twenty eleven welter so we spoke to a few of his former teammates and also his former team boss patrick lefevere about kittle episode. He's on the feed now. Two zero r. v. to say marcel is code who <hes> now before we move on. Let's just hear a quick word from the runner up today with tones of tricks sigfredo and he's in no doubt that sam bennett is in a very rich vein going forward. I think in the end i have to be happier. I think it's clear already in the being monk tudor banisters the fastest sprinter at the moment and we did a great job with the team <hes> john brought me really really well into last kilometer sprint benetton just faster than everybody. I think <hes> so i'm a bit disappointed that i couldn't finish off the great leader john but in the end i think i have to be also realistic and see that bennett as the fastest <hes> so we may be have to hope he is one day in the worst position than than normally the speed was just very high it was expected it would be a very hectic finish and <hes> with all excuse we have a great great guy to bring us to the last kilometer but i lost him about one and a half to go but suddenly i found the job on the right side inside the last kilometre on he went fool and i was a great great lead out. I i did what i could but then it was fuster shirt shoot that i don't think podcast team car the back of the tax lease indeed interrupt this latest installment of our wealth coverage to tell you that tonight's episode is sponsored by harry's it has to be me endorsing this product because the people harry's.

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"marcel kissel" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

04:04 min | 11 months ago

"marcel kissel" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Right war cried approach and motivation. Is everything here those two stages. He won in the netherlands jiro. Do you have any memories of those days. Oh yeah i have <hes> look so easy every time like really nail it with a legal but he did his own thing and rome one from far behind so so that was always his dranked because he could find find himself also without the little train also when it was hectic here he found the gap kissel allow beginning to open up his sprint. He hits the big job and goes. What could he do to the best of the rest of the reactive position but don't test kloss delivered mic number seven of the season for boscell kit lease-back your legitimate italia after two years years about since ninety s to live at the first opportunity at that time he was mentally so strong can <hes> confidence that makes a lot of things easier in invention also he had that name and everybody gave him space so easier. I think what struck me in my limited dealings dealings with marcel kissel the most was his civility some we'll talk about has charisma and but that implies something a bit loftier and grandchildren they're on no-doubt he he does have charisma to but he always seemed to me through respectful and polite i saw other jiro when it started in belfast in two thousand fourteen and he won both road stages there in belfast and dublin it was raining and cold and pretty miserable and kissel would be sasha ushered into these press rooms to give his press conferences and you could see his decency in the way that he treated the volunteers naylor local people who are working on the race and after his infused finished the way that he would stop for photographs and autographs despite it being cold and wet he seemed to have all the time in the world for people and also someone who took his responsibilities as a professional cyclist moreover a german professional cyclist very seriously. I went into him in cop where stage two of this year's vuelta finish a few years ago just after he joined quickstep ah we sat down to do the interview he into an apple and immediately apologized because he knew that i was doing the podcast and so he insisted on his apple to the site to finish it later she did an interview by some of the behind the scenes lobbying he done with john danton cole to get german television by the tour de france the conversations and meetings with executives there after they boycotted the tour following the yahel eric doping scandal on the t. mobile doping scandals and so i i really think that leaves the sport as a writer if cycling germany how many has regained some luster some credibility and respect i think it was a lot to get not so much what did on the bike but the way that he conducts himself and communicate indicate the dolphin sprinting is unique discipline in cycling really because the accolade of the best sprinter in the world is a bit like the heavyweight boxing in crowns in boxing there several hours held by different organizations and so at any one time several people claim to be the best and it similar in cycling because because the sprinters can win at the zero in the welte but it's really only at the tour of france when they all go head-to-head in their best form that we get to see who is the best sprinter every now and again somebody comes along to unify those titles if you like and stand head and shoulders above the rest in the last two to three decades mario approach alenia <unk> comedy show two names immediately spring to mind when i'm considering the undisputed fastest man in the world title for a couple of years in twenty not sixteen and twenty seventeen marshall kittle could probably of made a justifiable claim to that title.

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"marcel kissel" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"marcel kissel" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"But if you thinking about breakaways getting into a breakaway toward France is a bit like buying lottery ticket the chance, any writer, however, have a good. They are in that situation. I pulling off a breakway when the told what is at two hundred to three hundred two on and is communist, she's chance of winning sprint the toward FRANZ winning the first brand in Brussels, which let's face it, if you won that, that would be enough MO. Than enough and is it better than three hundred twenty probably is the, the thing about the breakway. I mean, no one goes in them. I mean even last year, you know, you wouldn't have seen dimension data riders coming in certainly in until the racist kind of settled down a little bit. They've got no one in that no one in that perspective lineup that's going to know. No. When it gets harder. Two white until probably after lap launch. Be good opportunities to share for guys like Ben king. Yeah. I mean, I, I think it hinges on comedy health on presume, the team been monitoring not just a result, since the Vigna high, he's been writing highways been recovering health is like an if, if he is healthy. And you could imagine that he still you know, that, that it could just be a top waiting to be turned on. And if the circumstances are right the, you know, the tour although there all these Spence's air, we were remembered by two twenty thirteen thirty. And if you recall in Corsica, this huge crash that to a low of and David Miller, ended up second in the bunch sprint was second or third on the bunch sprint albeit wanna think by Marcel Kissel wasn't an he was, but he was about the only sprint third left. I'm not suggesting that, you know, so many similar could happen, or we want to top, and you just never know and some of these sprinters might be boxed in or taken, I or not there and common dish with the skills e. Has in those situations there might be a chance. And if he's there, he's the sort writer, chance, do you think that waiting to see how he does in British championships in Norfolk of the weekend? I'm not sure not show. He even knows exactly what the time line is. I'm when the choices can be made. I think Steve Cummings is in a similar position dimension data. He didn't finish the dolphin. I was hoping to put in a good performance of the definite and to write his last toward France didn't happen. He fell out by pull out their owner, so. You know there's a lot of uncertainty. And I think the one thing you can't say with with not team with comedy. He's not there isn't anyone obvious waiting in the wings, young rider whose, whose position he would be taking who's opportunity candidate would be taking. It was thrown in. So you know, I still think that he has a decent chance of being selected. Kospi's is supported.

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"marcel kissel" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"marcel kissel" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Who already is a friend of the podcast. What else did we learn from game? Welcome in particular about the two of Florida. I thought Nikki Terpstra look good in unfamiliar colors oversee no longer part of the the quickstep blue. He's writing for Direct Energy. Have you been following Nikki tipsters coach climatize ation diorite energy on their their videos? They are on on YouTube. It's bit. Live you ever seen the film out? Someone someone having curled on Santa's sack them having to live as a Hume as a human being having grown up personnel. F-? You mean, he's struggling to adapt. From Dutch to French. Yes. No, not linguistically. Yeah. From fairly rural. Chris I got the impression. Still get the impression Reggie rural environment on the coin, inC, and happy. Go lucky kind of atmosphere. Coining quickstep team bus to an altogether. More sort of downbeat thinking he could just change turn. The Dutch flag on it side Walla. Yeah. Interesting, isn't it? I mean turps a lot writers left quits F. And then thinking Marcel Kissel and others have been not really produced the goods Terpstra just looks like the writer he was quick stat. And and he's I'm quite contain ranked the team up with them, and they have I drank potatoes fifth in government is very comforting on class in the couple classics. Go down is always very prominently races. And one result would make the spring for them witness. So I'm I definitely wouldn't right tub. Strove, you know, he's got two big shots left. The turf lawn is empire buying. I think he's very much contender for for either of them. Yeah. You went with about fifteen kilometers to go on Sunday the run into wave again, very difficult running that because it's pretty much one row. It isn't it straight away into the outskirts of town, then there was a move with the story. And Sebastian Langeveldt, Jack Bauer and the NBA vis mirada who Richie said impressed. You today with Aaron numbers weren't they? It was grown doll Youngson in not phone moving for a while that looked like it might go to the finish. But that put to coining quickstep under of pressure. They had to really turn turn the pace on and that intern meant video, and he was left to his own devices. So in a way that helped Kristoff in the final in the finish on your. I see what else did we learn confirmation Oliver NAS, and is in tremendous form, and you know, maybe doesn't have this team support with Flanders being that much harder. More selective. I think he's a real threat because he's fast finishes on. We're talking. We were talking law in our team sky special. We've just released by the importance of having fast writer to win these races. I think for many years he'd written. Himself off as a as a finisher as a sprinter and got into his head. He couldn't sprint. I think he found himself in a position to have to try a couple of times they spring and is realized as a lot quicker than he. So remember thought I totes off the game fable about about how he's just in confidence in his finishing. Now. He's quite willing to wait in a group. Like he was in game available government and think he's got a chance and third in. What was he third lost week somewhere Milan? Raimo hearing me last time, Raymond. I'm third in camp. So yeah. And you know, I think we've spent many times when riders go into one day racist big one day races with that confidence. And with that willingness and ability to white then it makes them doubly dangerous. Cycling team on the back of the tax lease PK race radio. The two of the FRANZ to remind us to tell you that. This week's episode is sponsored by the economist, which is about far more than just economics and finance. It covers a range of subjects from politics and business to.

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"marcel kissel" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"marcel kissel" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Podcasting 's buffalo napalm waiting for this. Joining us on the hotline from a secret location in Europe on on the lukewarm line. Isn't it? Why why lukewarm? Just denote crackly. Yeah. All right. I thought frame fees. Stick. Style up. You've been bite race and energized by the lack of Indo cycling in this week's podcast, all computers, cycling, computer cycling. What outdoor cycling on grass and mart and nano? No a big fan of that know why? Oh cyclocross. Yes. No. We we found another cyclocross lost. Message donyell. How could I forget, no, I'm a big fan of cyclocross not an active fan. But I'm not an atheist either. Lauren. Non promised to sing cyclocross fon. Anyway, from your running perspective, if you have analyzed sort of how many mic's per kilometer, they running at speed running your impressed by that fact that carrying a bike and relatively again, it's a bit like trunk cycling in the sense that I fully acknowledge an a big advocate of the benefits that combining road writer. And in fact, I got quite excited. Unlike meets geic sightsee quite excited when I heard that then IX, Steve always going to be dedicating more time to cross this winter because I think not we'll do his writing in the classics the world of good. And I think he'll have a bumper classic season. What was it like to be back up by race the weekend there? You're challenged me are was Draymond pumping. Where you off the walls with alignment rates. I was rich Somerset, I go to the stall. Unfortunately off our light. We'll have knowledge I wanted to get there. Because it was the weather conditions are being while they were patchy last week there were couple of landslides which caused the organizers to change the routes a couple of times the star Tunsil messed around with. And we'll have the strange former in the challenge Majorca where we talked about it lost. We didn't we where they sort of Buffy arrangement. You didn't you never who's writing on which well, you know, which team they're riding for. But you never know which ride this team is going to pick on a given day which adds element of surprise. So I showed up in the morning, not really not really. Aware of who was going to be writing. But you know, some big names there Don Martin was there. Emma book Leonard one one of the Honda of the four legs of the challenge me. Okay. The previous day and indeed Rhode very well again on Saturday. He certainly wanted to form writers meal. Valverde was the world champion. So yeah, it was a pretty pretty decent failed. Many spectators very very low key sort of a fan was being stopped by Torres saying what the hell's going on here, and they were slightly incredulous when I told them some of the best bike ride is in the in the world were present. I'm going to be racing that day, it's incredibly low key. What she looked like. Like a club race really in contrast to Argentina to someone where certainly in the final stage, there were huge crowds, and I really enjoyed watching through the sun one. But we'll hear about all of that. And I think we'll also hear from some people like to show and Marcel Kissel, go off the Mark at that. We can Lionel de of China, please do there's a lot to recap this week Loja racing going on we start with the cyclocross world championships and Bowen, sir in Denmark, the top three in the men's race were as expected the only question with which order they would finish in and the answer to that question was match your vendor poll, the Netherlands got the better of two Belgians while art and tune air who finished in silver and bronze positions it was van depose first world title since two thousand and fifteen breaking van outs. Run of three to be fair, though, Richard you watch the women's rate which I mean the men's race was a it was a contest. Formula to you. Larry. Formats malady. Are you joining and formality? In English this week. Anyway, anyway, Sana Khan one for the third year in a row for Belgium. She beat the Dutch women Lucinda brand and Marianne boss into third, Richard. There was a a real mishap for Lucinda brand in the pits..

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"marcel kissel" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"marcel kissel" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"He's almost going morals schools realize quite big engine and he's doing less sprint training now needing more volume. But that just sort of shows how the art of sprinting from physiological point of view from training point of view, still very much evolving. Still sort of trying new things everyone is yes. Yeah. It's it's it's it's a lot of fun. Hurry, the simple way to put. A lot of fun. But in some ways the Bisi rules acquired simple. Yeah. It's interesting. The he hands China there, but we're doing things a little bit differently. But look with the sprint says, it really is about being fresh the mole recovered and fresh sprint series, the foster they are. But it's the parties point with start to lose fitness unless that's what we're trying to do is coaches to keep the insurance and the sprint. So just finally carrying on Marcel if there's warn keychain significant change he will be making on the you will be making two thousand nineteen what is it? That's a hard question on K change. It's not the kind of thing you really want to be putting aside we have made some changes and. Watch watch the results. Well, Kevin Poulsen houses a big job on his hands doesn't. Hey with Marcel Kissel who is coming off a really mean. Caleb you and had had a bad season loss. You're one of the start of the year. And then went mumps amongst with winning and wanna get to Britain. But it was it was a pure year for him as he said to you Daniel a wasted year. But Kittles problems seem to cause problems with his team Kittle was in the new team and was marquee signing for catoon opposite and was put in position to to win and perform well, but but just didn't seem to have it and the job I would think to to turn things around to into Patrick lefavor the to curbing train campaign. Hayes still maintains kid'll is the best in the world of all the sprinters. But but said the Katiza basically just assumed the dropping him into the team would lead to results and LeFevre said that wasn't how it worked when? Kittle was with that. They kept the pressure on him. They may impressed on him. He had to deliver. If we're were going to dedicate the team's resources to getting into the line. And you know, I think that's whether or not in a contusion may dispute, but because he clearly in not only to the knock at the results, but he never looked happy. Really the tour is completely outsource and he had already had a bad few months, but it's interesting. They obviously signed him massive signing for them. And they think we've signed the best in the world and that we need to do. And I think that probably a lot more to it. Indeed line. I think there was some confusion and a few misconceptions star lost year about one of the the problem was with Kissel in cotija a few people pointed the finger at the lead out train. And when that really wasn't issue this. She was the Kissel was no inform was not particularly fit when he started the season and never got fit. And that's been a bit of a recurring theme or something had a couple of seasons. When issues early on in the season have blighted him them for the rest of the season. So we someone who needs to really hit the ground running needs to have a mental straight away. And then he's he's very very difficult to to be. It's going to be interesting to to see how he gets on this year with a few changes every nobles come in mostly was a great German sprinter in his day. He's gonna be working alongside Kevin Poulsen Catania opposite. And then as far as you and is concerned. I mean, he's he's going to get. A bit of about about his afire. I think the Toda FRANZ lost year. Mitchelson Scott didn't make war. I think they would probably knowledge was that mistake of of announcing the previous December that he was going to ride the Toyota France, and and whether he rested on his laurels in the spring. He certainly didn't have ticket. Good results in the spring. Didn't win a lot of races..

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"marcel kissel" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"marcel kissel" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"We've launched explore which we wouldn't have been able to do without having the funds to do. So so, yeah, hopefully, people can see that we are turning friends of the puck cost money into more coverage of types of cycling, hashtag content at Donyell your fresh from Bora Hans grow higher. The Hans grow a gang where where where are they are? They in the middle of training camp. How did you find them? Yes. Rich. So yesterday, I was in Panama in my orca as we said of the episode today. There are few training comes happening. You're in the moment, it's not as popular at destination as it used to be with leading teams Degnan cow pie ever on the Spanish mainland, south of Valencia sort of stoneless thunder a little bit. But they're all three teams three. Well, teams here at the moment. Contusion bor- and lotto pseudo red lotto and yesterday, bore a hundred grower gathered the international press, it was mainly German precisely four press conference, and we didn't know what this was going to be about. But they unveiled to contract extensions and one with the gymnast champion, PASCAL Ackermann and a second one with a memoir book, man. Yeah. This signals kind of re reaffirms the direction the borough hunts girl. Or trying to go in to become more and more of a German team a team that self identifies as German have pizza as well. But book Mun and come on very much well front and center of their plans for the next couple of years book money's gonna talk it the general classification and sort of France next year, he was twelve welter. Remember the end of two thousand eighteen and Ackerman, and he really burst onto onto the scene with a lot of sprint wins in two thousand eighteen he looks increasingly as he's there their main pure sprinter in the next couple of years, and he's going to ride the Jiro next year, which is a slightly. It's a slightly contentious decision as far as some people will be concerned because or of course, have another sprint. Sam Bennett who won three stages at the Jiro in two thousand eighteen but he is now. Looks. He's not going to do the JIRA in two thousand nineteen. Well, indeed Daniel, I mean, not Kerman was quite a breakthrough year for twenty four years old signed up to the end of twenty twenty one which is a long time. And as you say pure sprints or he's he's one of big races reading the grand tour yet, and he's clearly being groomed by Bora handscroll is I don't know the successor to Erik Zabel or or somebody are Marcel Kissel, or, you know, Andre gripe. The great tradition of sprint season. In Germany, the German team will certainly will help him as well. So shall we hear your conversation with some Bennett, who's always very, very honest. And well, certainly, this is a very interesting interview. Well, well, rich, we we started off the interview with somebody started off touching on last year or two thousand eighteen and and what he's learned from that. And particularly some changes he's made to his approach to training. And yeah, I think you hit some quite interesting tidbits about that. But then the incident pivots slightly about halfway through and it takes on a completely different tone, and you'll see your hair, why suppose I kind of figured out that I shouldn't train like enormous printer because I have a bigger engine taught. So I have to do the big hours I need to train and I need. Some hard training for the best for me about five or six weeks zoom, plus thirty.

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"marcel kissel" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"marcel kissel" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Get get him to move over but that cost around probably quite chunk of that time and today of course the injuries of caught up with him and he's dropped out of contention really of the overall riders richie porte rigoberto ron not that we were considering warren boggy eliza contender but he you know he wa he talked about possibly deliberately losing time to try and got twins later on off the front didn't they and then sat up and then they lose that time so he may well be come come mission accomplished indeed yeah but in terms of the other g c riders restore just a few lines with how mica about kamala illness academian they're kind of in the b group of gce riders really today on goals found amount of you we know now that you know of of union were probably richard favorite all the time there's a funny thing as often in boswell just far ligon bernal true does a funny thing when you look at the standings we we said he was you know was not a real mountain stage in need it didn't make any big difference but if you look at a top ten radisson the juicy now that you've got all the top contenders actually so the rest of them did the one who you took benefited from the first week they're out of the way so so in a way the the kind of you know laundry job as as you know as we say in france from time to time about mountain stages as been done you know the dusts has been taken away and greg van mattis like the one year coin collecting walking absolutely exactly nice very nice metaphor well let's look at the back end of the race because there was some drama there's well the well we heard mark how marcel kissel off the back prettier early and time got was big and in terms of making the repetto and getting over the line inside the time limit today was really tricky because they were the too early climbs and then there was this horrible kind of p downey folks flat valley road and then then the last climbs and for riders who are chasing to get inside the time limit pretty much the least ideal course for them and they to incredibly find time i think with thirty four thirty and i made it with twenty eight seconds to go mark kennedy moss okay it'll and dylan grow in that final group and well i was the dimension data bus with their sports director roll out act as he was kind of nervously but also a cool way keeping an eye on the clock grow for you nervous the time limit why i mean you later all the time for all eventualities and and that's what you have to do if you have sprinters and then you kind of live with what it is condu it's not really that anybody slows down on purpose it's for sure that you don't really want to overdo it so you know you do what the after do and but i think you know if people are out of time it's not it's never really that they plan to was just the consequence of very very hard raising sometimes that you just said okay you know it's it's just not doable and they're more stages to come which i even more difficult what limit today very likely thirty four minutes thirty and you know i mean if you through that group peto speed really really like a rough calculation with you lose a minute on the kilometer if you just repet repetto so by that you know you just you just have to calculate the kilometers climbing and then you can figure out when we drop them not to be everything else just and and and you.

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"marcel kissel" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"marcel kissel" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"The leading sprint of coffees and it was telling me i was asking a man teams and we would would it affects the sprinters trains and any told me you know told me there were no trains anymore said you know sprints of change and now it's it's almost just a sprinter and is lead out men and has no no more trains well unfortunately for christopher dot and other guys there's one train left and it's the quickstep throwing it was very impressive i mean i thought i think kissel be pretty happy with third laporte decent v i mean i thought that was okay identify anybody close the door on him and the running joke there and laporte and marcel kissel 'em who's been out of sorts really this year is not in boswell starts morning has kept to shut teammate to shops and teammate and basel said the kids are giving them a little talk last night and said we start with a clean slate in ever issues we've had so far this year we start with a clean slate tomorrow a chance of winning station taking the jersey and of course as you said earlier line one five stages last year i think third today shows he's got the condition on the form he's not la far away you know some of the other sprinters surprise at greg dining kevin dish wasn't wasn't a hit a problem with his chain of thing to name brooke chain so i wouldn't be surprised if seen common dish up there i think takes him these days a few stages to to find his sprinting leg yeah braun home might appoint gaviria is is coming from ten years ago combinations always taken a few days to get into three of them it's impressive sprint twenty sixteen appall 2016 of course yeah when the the last time the jersey was up for grabs on opening road stage i'm do you know either of you the last to the front debutante to win the very first stage over to the from sub inconceiva two thousand four was prologue it wasn't it was boardman's and ninety four david miller in two thousand kohl's wasn't a program that was a time trial wasn't hundred on trucks trial was you were yeah i on need to go back and look maybe the listeners can somebody can can work for me i have a night tommy who was lost drop lychee references in here till tomba you get the listens to to then do your research yet anyone can tell me who was lost deputy to win on that very i i in the tour de france but it has to be a road stage a time trial we'll send you a prize tweet us cycling on school podcast done forget you can listen killometres zeal are moaning show every day during.

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"marcel kissel" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"marcel kissel" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Attention away from rogue lidge and cross whic he's on my list but but really a peripheral figure i would say well luke fourteen more of this list and the days and list leading maybe maybe i'll draw yeah maybe post it all finish coloring in post it on social media wonderful martin figuring your list well he's on the having had a bit of a shocker opening four or five months of the season and then fourth place in a stage win the token daniel he we didn't really talk about him in the first part but he i thought he looked good and increasingly good as as the race went on and he he raced in a trademark dan martin style didn't he he's back on on full meese found these these rediscovered his mojer taught quite sort of poignantly really on the day he stay to in canadian the press radio press conference right told about how he lost his enjoyment in in racing in the early part of this year i think he went to you a there was talk of a big big salary he was while he is receiving there and my pressure with he's never really been a guy around him it's a team has been constructed before i think his position in you as the closest tonight in his career there was there was a fabric pressure and affected the way he approached the the first part of the season many went back and sort of regroups in the spring came up with a different attitude on them yeah it was it was typical multi performance a lot of attacks in the last four or five kilometers of stages he's still someone who is going to suffer in the sunday and the team time trial on the individual time trial on the penultimate day knee will lose time and so much time was suggest it might take him out of contention for the win even has a great a great rice generally but i think he certainly good back for stage win another question mulcahy's whether fob jato always going to go for the usa team 'cause he wrote a really really poor jiro and he's been off having tests to see these food intolerance food allergy he might yet be slotted into the torch team which might not be great news for martin no i think things well things looked up he's got a mountain analogy at the moment fabio he looks like he's got the he he's every time the race pair watson in jira look very i mean he never looks an elegant rider is he looked really really allow power as soon as the race got tough which iraq has declared himself fit and ready for the the tour i should've mentioned when we heard island dose earlier celebrated jiro who has said his hand up for the fronts they've confirmed their team yet ca to show opposite but they're one of those teams are going with two emissions to support is that carini alert saccharine and marcel kissel but lost the the couple of couple weeks of weeks we should wrap please we shouldn't we that whole host of writers we haven't even mentioned bill chart lists yeah leave us leave ourselves some talk about next week if we are on this right all we'll have left to talk about the week before the tour is whether ill news accurate can win as no oh daniel thank you very much out speech speech to next week we'll take thank you thank you richard

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"marcel kissel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"marcel kissel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Match copied a mugere rufo takes one magdalena roy barrick over britain's chris free remains on course for a third straight toward a frans title after retaining the yellow jersey following yesterday's eleven stage he's got an eighteen second vaunted in the overall classification germany's marcel kissel proved his renting gloss again as he claimed a faith win of this year's race at a starstudded field begin engulf scottish open at dundonald links this morning sixty of the world's top fifty competing including northern ireland's rory mcelroy who's in a group with him extensive and rickie fowler chris calls with the european spoil that now federal reserve chair janet yellen returns to capitol hill today for day to of how congressional testimony yesterday yellen said that the us economy should continue to expand over the next few years allowing the central bank to keep raising rates while also stressing a gradual approach to tightening as the fed monitors too low inflation considerable uncertainty always attends the economic outlook yellen said in her remarks delivered to the us house financial services committee that is for example uncertainty about when and i'm quoting here and how much inflation will respond to tightening resource utilisation for more analysis on her testimony stephen bell chief economist at bmo global asset management joins us in our london studio good morning steven great to have you i know you don't think that there was much of a change what yellen said yesterday to what she said more recently but can you fix this inflation puzzle for us that's passing the fed it the puzzles getting deeper actually because one of the points the john yellen married is okay coinfections fallen we didn't expect it it's it's surprising wage inflation trickling higher so this is going to reverse and how you who patient students who taken a step blower as well now we economists have faith in the.

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"marcel kissel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"marcel kissel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Washington meanwhile the conflict in ukraine is still simmering away as the eu meet for a summit in kiev today loom bags alexsandr did ski has the story for revels hungo run troops shoot at each other every day they have been more thousands attacks skirmish the central bomb explosions in the past month at least 25 ukrainian soldiers were killed nearly the hunger at wondered were then took bush's conscious defenses president berisha announced that ukraine will spend more in congress million dollars on new weapons on could ski bloomberg daybreak europe minsk global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2600 journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm santer kilhof this is bloomberg good thank you some santa now with him on exports his kindness continues his wimbledon title defence against some query lunchtime as he looks to me gets a british double in the last four the world number one's trying to join you wanna talk after she became the first to pull your to meet with the ladies sammy's since 1979 eight elsewhere today rojas fatal full those muddy on same set against milosz royal each djokovic chas thomas bailed thick multan chilly please leads moore cycling's to franz into thieves eleven today with britain's chris free still waiting the yellow jersey as he bids for the third straight site so he's got an eighteen second advantage in the middle class of a key shen south of marcel kissel took his fourth win of this year's race of steve tayan and england's cricketers aimed to secure their place in the semifinals of the women's world cup today the progress to the last four with a win over new zealand amir could ultimately game on already okay so that was a year paint sports now has some highlights feel day had nine thirty a m london time to get uk jobs data it could go a long way to resolving the kind of policy debate within the bank of england of course that canadian decision that comes down at three pm and then at the same time federal reserve janet yellen delivers has semi annual money that she policy report although one thirsty is the time the statement to.

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