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"pascal ackermann" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

13:02 min | 7 months ago

"pascal ackermann" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Inland and up the coast and Obviously they growing fruit and vegetables to import or they're exporting them around Europe but Yeah quite quite strange part of Spain that really anyway. Pascal Ackermann off to a good start this season meanwhile over in Italy at the Trail Guardia Giulio Chico Ni has won their big win really big one day race win for CICCONI. Of course last year Impressed at the Tour de France and was King of the mountains that Jiro in Italian national team. Jersey wasn't he He just think he was writing for them. They're true blue CICCONI trueblue. That's right indeed. Very oh very good very good. Shares share the surname with Madonna. The Buffalo Buffalo doesn't get anyway come. Yeah no no I. I understand that I get I. I mean Daniel. It's no exactly hip to refer to nine thousand nine hundred eighty s pop stars really as I mean Est. It's not exactly Dave or storm is it was the was the triple crown. Who Can we? Can we include a reference to knacks Lionel Richie Madonna who who would complete the the great triumvirate of one thousand nine hundred popstars? Maybe MEATLOAF goodness Well last item of news. The women's Dubai tour is ongoing opening. Stage was won by Lucy under British rider and while the racing continues over the rest of the week and the weekend We've got the RUTA. Del Sol. Starting today the Volta Alley Out gavee which is also starting today and then a tool. Davar a days out Mary team this week not long now to news black which she's a week on Saturday and that's the proper star of the season. Cycling podcast is supported by Science in sports. Science in sport fueled by Science Mental Duel. Team any else. My favorite science sport is the fruit. Solid Gel is refreshing and It's my go-to thank you very much. Indeed to scientists sport for their continued support of the cycling podcast fake grateful indeed to them and you can still get your twenty five percent off all your sciences sport products with the could s I S C P twenty five at Science Sport Dot Com. That's S. I. S. C. Twenty Five M. Now we're GONNA turn our attention to a couple of the races. Weren't reliable and Turtle Up Provence. A quite quite a new race isn't the but it's very very nice race to watch 'em obviously a beautiful parts of the world and it saw the rebirth. If you like of Neiderman in Arcadia. Some sick colors we recap of the race there. Actually Lionel indeed. Yeah well you mentioned. It's a new race. It started in two thousand sixteen. I won by Thomas. Faulk LA Which seems like ages and ages ago but just four years ago now and Well I'll call Jeremy Wick or tweet In which he referred to the Tour de la Provence is the the hipsters Pyrenees. And I kind of agree with that really it Pyrenees with all the kind of boring code stages taken out four days in a nice part of France. A couple of really interesting stages the great field. It's like a FAB ice lolly without the rubbishy bread bare the bottom and the top two layers the good the good bits another nine thousand nine hundred reference nailing these today Yeah well state. One was livened up by Break Charlie Kaufman. Who making well. He's not a cheese I race because he's already race for tricks. Afraid at the at the best sage but made an impact in getting in the break into the day with two jerseys the King of the Mountains Jersey and the young Rogers Jersey Before Christmas I when met flappy who runs the Zombie team and Charlie Kaufman died? Paul came along. And so if you want to find out a little bit more about the man who runs the team. That kind of helped Charlie co-chairman on his way to the world tour level Check out that episode. It's called meet. Flavio P From a few weeks ago now. But yeah as you say okay. Some sick Had A fantastic days. Behani one again taking yoting stage Tana one shallow arena which is sort of halfway up Mamoun to to take the overall lead and close out you know quite comfortably on the final day which was won by Owain doyle at giving any all Steph. Victory Twenty twenty the race was also Tibo Pinos. I back in action after. He abandoned the to the France last July on the infamous stage nineteen with With knee trouble. Pino finished seventh of spring-like green shoots of recovery for the front staged issue lead but The thing that struck me about Cantata was he looked like a new man I mean he peddled more dynamically. He looked slimmer. I Dunno whether laps because The Archaic Jersey sort of Is almost a knockoff. Ineos jerseys in a slightly Paler red fading into Nice Looming Black At the bottom and Cantona was flying he was lying on Monte. WasN'T HE DANIEL? He went out onto the main line to go as you meet lovely lovely lovely assist. Napalm but man but I mean narrow man was also A. We haven't really seen him. We've talked. You've talked a lot. Daniela by the great misunderstanding of as dynamic climber attacking climber not she's been more of a diesel and here was a different. Nariman use out by his team quite well. They they do seem to. They've they've got off to a good start from the team and this seems to be good morale in not team m. on you know you could say can Tana Andrew honey fallen to same category in a way of of writers who perhaps haven't achieved their potential and it looks as if they both have a new Lisa life in nineteen. Yeah I think that there are couple of things going on just from the outside. I mean we know none of us is is especially close to the team Yet this point but It seems to be a sort of mutual flattery Which is having a very positive effect in the sense that al-Qassam almost flat at the night. Oh Man has chosen them. And he's flattered how flattered they are and you know this is sort of nobility about Kintana as well. The I've seen some of the comments he's made about how the French of always interacted with him and he's he seems to be taking it and he's sort of role very seriously and as as he would. I mean he's he's not kind of guy I mean you seem sort of espousing and various is domestic abuse. He's Violence against women. He's he's a spouse not cool. He's a spouse barry so the cool on social media so he takes that kind of thing Very seriously and as you say rich They wrote very well particularly on Mobutu. They've got enough firepower in a race. Like the tour provence with guys win around Kohner and boggy as well did a little turned on the front so yeah all looking good for them could potentially be one sour note for Okay Sam sick last week. The main champion or the guy who was sort of seen as the main champion of cycling cycling sponsorship in the Archaic Company Okays a Bank a Bretagne Bank teams very them Bretagne team anyway. This this chap He's named wrong. Low Morale. He announced last week that he was leaving the company. And there was some alarm over whether this Mites Put the team's future in jeopardy but they've been very quick to to sort of caution any suggestion that that might be the case. I mean we shouldn't Overdo You know the the Kintana do him down too much but he did have an until stage. Eighteen of last year's to he did have a pretty disappointing tour. It was an impressive win. It wasn't along along stage where he kind of pool quite bit of time. Out of every body But he did so because no one was really that concerned about Closing him back down because he'd slipped to way slipped outside the top ten and on that Stage Win. Hold back into the into the top ten. Who's this dynamic Nihro that we saw very early in the welter the State Win Kalpa where he really clicked off the Front must've classic stage William milan-sanremo esque type escape on On the descent and run into town. That was that was pretty dynamic but I I just I was just struck by just how comfortable he looked and how tweedlee his legs were climbing up the lowest slopes from onto. I would just say the again without getting carried away. You know it's not it's not suddenly a performance that put him back on the radars as a grand tour winner This season I don't think because You know people comparing the climbing speeds on Monto. We'll get to that. We'll get to that napalm. Something say about. Should we get it now because I mean it really is like comparing apples and oranges? Isn't it writing halfway up more? Volunteers not the same as writing all the way up to the talk. The risk of criticizing upsetting some of our colleagues the western websites the headlines along the lines of well not long. Lonzo literally said Container Breaks Record Mobile until a few things on Michelle. Iran is seventy is short of the summit. I don't think that the the People even counted some of the Times. Pioneers has been too shallow reign on and then gone down and one of the rose to towards the East but just in general when people talk about climbing and climbing records in a two hundred meter. One hundred meters sprint In track and field. I'm a two meter per second win. Which is seven point? Two kilometers an hour will invalidate a record the average wind speed in. Which is the town at the bottom of move onto a sixteen point seven kilometers per hour in February so pretty much all of the time by the the track and field standards. Anytime would be would be invalidated and you talking about the climate took. Shelly Reynard is fifteen point five kilometers. Not One hundred meters and plus you add in the one hundred twenty five kilometers. They'd done before they get to the bottom of the climb when the wind was also having an effect so to make these like for like comparisons in any circumstances is slightly ridiculous particularly in a place as notoriously windy as as the Rhone Valley and move onto. I mean the clues in the name. Yeah I think that's right Daniel. I mean as a test. Climb for historical comparisons go mom volunteers about the least suited anyway and I only going halfway off his while. Like say it say is it's like me claiming that I've I've completed a one hundred forty seven break. Snooka when I've only party for the reds. Alright Willie Thorne well unless snooker for this episode. Good good eighties reference. There could have been worse. Line Bill. Perfect what was his name. Bill were nick. Fifteen fifteen lager. Every game didn't he he. He had a special dispensation to allow him to carry on drinking off to the alcohol. Binding in snooker. I believe. Yeah and then. They moved on to beat the blockers. I think Anyway few other kind of loose threads from Tudela Provence am mentioned. Pino I think he was a little bit disappointed with the level of his performance at their am W Go do just behind him. I I've been keeping an eye on on peanut on Straw. And he's well he's pretty much done the same training the same amount of time altitude as he did last year in training but you also had another block out student whether he was on holiday but Tina over roundabout Christmas time. He's probably spent more time altitude than at sea level in the last three or four months..

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"pascal ackermann" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"pascal ackermann" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"The fastest clothing in the world all to the home of cycling can't right and watch with rathbone in two thousand two hundred nineteen a partner if education first kenyan strong stage three today we are in alexander that was some group you're in yesterday but was going through your mind on the run in knowing that the state we and richard with both up for grabs yeah well <hes> obviously at that moment. I was thinking of the of the stage win. <hes> did come to my mind at some point. I did ask him on radio. I'm actually for board <hes> for the red jersey and <hes> declare answer was nickel. If you went to say your individuality okay fair enough so i focus on trying to say that didn't happen but <hes> i was karimi satisfied once they gave the results that i was in a red jersey. Did you know the own if we probably have to chase down container and we try not to get suckered into doing the work you know when in in such a small group <hes> obviously is kind of the responsibility of every one or two riders to chase it up the road. <hes> apparently saw that <hes> ron was really into closing the gaps right away. It was morrison gone so when i went up sorry goes right around to me but then he kind of stalled in then i kinda tell me to get me back into position sprints but you know those those finishes is always a game of cat and mouse and very tactical to on lawlessly. What what are you thinking in terms of defending jersey a couple of days and then see how it goes. I mean hopefully today and tomorrow would be already quite a quite a great <hes> the great thing and then wednesday. I think it would depend more next than than anything else was ireland's nicholas roach. The lead of the wealth is funnier speaking this morning in eib before the star of stage three to alicante about his prospects of keeping the red jersey of welter and also what was going through his mind when the stage age and we were both up for grabs yesterday. I'm what today is turned out to be for the irish because he now the county this afternoon. Sam bennett won his first well to stage wjr daniel where all we we're your hideaway your hacienda in the hills we can we can hear the wild dogs barking in the distance louis farmington hills may palm away from the hustle and bustle in immersed in nature what we've done well to i find a secluded little spot on one of the busiest coastlines in europe butts and i feel that we need to be to redeem some of what we've said about the cost of leno in terribly terribly complimentary probably not this shape over the years about costa blanca but we're in. I i tell ya and it's definitely one of the <hes> pretty place in the cost of blank risen. The the the old town which is about from the coast lovely whitewashed washed <hes> spanish village slash town couple streets colorful <hes> it is very pretty you we went for a light drink after dinner last night and well as spain off an easy. It was a live until the early hours. I think we retired. Ah hopeless twelve last night. Maybe a little bit later daniel the that was jonathan rowe and myself just <hes> debriefing after a busy day on the vuelta <hes> but yet before you know seven o'clock in the morning again and it's been pretty warm over the weekend but a little bit cooler inland today at least least let's recap what happened on state three because other say sam bennett won the stage the irish champion added it to the three zero stages he won last year and he extends ends board handles grows really impressive round of grandeur sprint stage victories this year after pascal ackermann jiro and peter sagan at the tour de france the early break today featured king of the mountains onto leader angle maddox. Oh you know madrid show was king of the mountains with the two of britain in two thousand thirteen. When sam bennett won a stage in kathy elliot..

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"pascal ackermann" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"pascal ackermann" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"And former teammate andrei rifle. The judge was full of his friends and family. Hundreds of mourners gathered outside to watch the service on a big screen to the foster clothing and the world tour the home of cycling with character ride and watch with rather in two thousand nineteen as they partner e f education bust and canyons ram. Thanks very much to raf are headline sponsor and <hes> if he wants to have a look at some new rafeh products check their bags. Thanks a new range of bikes. Just released banks will attach to your your bike or your person. <hes> very nice indeed rougher dot c._c. I was on a bye yesterday. I am bags attached to the bike are becoming kind of increasingly popular and less cumbersome than they once were so have a luke not a frame packs and so on rafeh dot c._c. Think i might might ask for one myself. I some point. I suppose you out on on <hes> you uh-huh uh-huh lounge trauma by and then i started looking for napalm. Senator napalm is a frequent user of straw these days but i think he must be. He must be <hes> <hes> riding running under norm the plume because there's been unless he's been quite sedentary lost humans which i didn't think the case <hes> activity taylor no no. My strawberry's is secret secrets driver void straw annoying. Juliana on a felipe is the elephant of the chilton's. I did go cycling yesterday and that seagal cycling yeah did i and secret running a couple of days ago. <hes> michael crow good question. I'll have this comes cnet bolting during the france i e secret he's saying well no. He doesn't use anything he refused to straw. I'm not even sure he's got my ball fine <music> but i don't know i use it as a log really already so i'm not dangerous in looking at the other people do but napalm and you're very competitive. We talked about this. Where you you you checking up on. You're spying on all of your friends over your acquaintance saying doing t. How many wars they're producing their vom completely invented. No we did talk about this yeah. Maybe i don't know why maybe i should maybe i should come out from behind the campaign. The curtain talk bring napalm. I think just secret jersey open line just for embarrassment sal. They're they're more more on my bike ride later in the episode and the european championships you mentioned <hes> in the last part lionel and the memories. I think you're gonna tell us about it. Was it was a fantastically entertaining race before you do. It was on by elliott vivani. Almost a family double 'cause alina cini his girlfriend second in the women's race but it was it was a very unusual and very entertaining race wasn't it it was yeah it was outcome in the netherlands and <hes> had a ah really attractive looking finishing circuit didn't it which went through the town which look which look lovely and there was some sort of cobbled sections <hes> <hes> slightly lighter strip of kabul was on the edge of the road which the writers <hes> most of us but it was interesting because the cost probably would have demanded. I bunch sprint but i think if the whole bunch arrived at finishing circuit altogether it could have been quite tricky to negotiate so so it was almost a relief to see that it that it broke up the three that got away elliott elliott vivianne ee lampe pascal ackermann well a very strong drunk trio and you would have thought it would be very close between me and adam and eve lampe pretty not much where he got rid of ackerman..

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"pascal ackermann" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"pascal ackermann" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"CC is the place to go for all of raffles range of clothing, including the peddler, Ducharme, and peddlers to Sharm range, of course, now, Daniel the tail of the topper, while we could sum it up in a few lines really three Italians went on the attack. It was stay. Eleven two hundred and twenty one kilometer from copy to Novi Ligure, and the three riders are becoming familiar faces, because it was Mark Affreux porty Andro knees. What, what Jenny Silvio call him the freons lands, the freelance, he was the road as walls, Maestri and domino. Chima correct team. Ironically enough. And Chima means summit or mountain, top in Italian. We haven't seen anything resembling amount in for a while. Some appearing on the horizon on the napalm, we can see the Piedmont Alps looming tantalizingly come on to speed humps today, which peleton had to go over. We didn't mention we didn't find out, I haven't found that this was my job to find out whether the race is passed persons OPEL dealership today, of course, we spoke to Burs in nineteen ninety four Jiro win at twenty five years ago. And he just have an open dealership. Somewhere very close to the route today. I'm south via he should have done it on a Fisher sprint intermediate sprint win, an OPEL car. If I write of cross the line that thing used to happen didn't I can the day in the Twitter FRANZ and probably in the Jiro, while local businesses would do so unofficial intermediate sprint doesn't happen anymore. Of course. Well, the states would one by Caleb Ewan his second of the race. And he was a head of yesterday's win on demar, PASCAL Ackermann in third place. So you and Ackerman level onto stage wins a piece from the flat stages that we've seen so far, Elliott Vivianne of decoding quickstep empty-handed as we said, well, we know now that you and, and certainly going home demar probably won't be able to just yet because he's now in the cheek, lemme know, jersey, so one jersey has changed hands, but the pink jersey still on the shoulders of bilateral Conti of you a team emerets Daniel tomorrow. Is it fair to say? The Jiro proper stars very quick question in a word will be in the pink jersey tomorrow night. Yes. Excellent hard because lead at works. Well when it's times affection, but if it's like twenty meters thirty meters too short. Then, you know, it's really I guess it stuffs up and then you have to find another sprints of, to sit on. That's when it gets hot because this. Yeah, let's, let's to choose from. Yeah. Today, I want to try to stick to my leave out it and see what happens to that. Just didn't really have the legs they'd either really good job. But yeah. In the end. Well, that was the state Caleb. You and talking to you this morning, Daniel, what he said, was quite interesting about swinging Tarzan like fromm lead out, man to lead out, man. And we saw Vivian possibly make a mistake by letting go of Fabio Sabatini, but maybe seventeen was just trying to get into the position where he could latch onto some other wheels, although Sabatini himself look like he was going pretty rapidly may be the better bet would have been for video need to stone wheel was about trust. Isn't it line confidence, and you lied, mom, we're going to hear from a teeny later. Of course it was a head headwind on finishing straight as well. Stiff breeze and that probably played its part as well. You mentioned the speaking to you in this morning copy. Would it go just plays copy wasn't it? It was lovely. Yeah. We went to a cafe Niro yesterday. You took me to a cost of coughing mislead? Listeners yesterday with Kosta cafe and this morning with called Niro cafe. I mean, Tamara what Starbucks anyway, where are we now know, well, we are in the museo de company, c MO the museum of champions, who very at home in here to correct your words with, with almost two weeks. Sorry line. I'll have to coach you on that, because those no just one company similar to competing. See me, and it's the museum dedicated both of them. And both of them have strong links to Nabi leaguer, where we are now illegal rates Inle, good in Piedmont. Mpm Piemonte. on one of them cost onto JIRA Lango winnow of napalm to GD, Tania, six months. I'm Ramose.

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"pascal ackermann" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"pascal ackermann" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"We heard that from the group home, FD J lead out train in the order that they dropped off stage winner honor Dhamar on his way to victory in modern this afternoon. That was Tobias. Look, vixen reminiscing Ku'damm. I'm Jakko Guan yeti big old boys on Naipaul. We spoke some the finish and you know, first thing that comes to me line, just having assembled all voices, how well supported on a Domon has been this Jetta, and he conned needed to pay them by credit or pay his sponsored his team back for supporting him so well here, but it's as we have discussed it's not been easy toss for prince geo- in cycling terms. They are big man on. They Ludvigsson and Shinko damn and Scott and LA Gak and carnival over. Oh, tall guys, like sort of a front row in rugby pushing forward and allowing damore to burst through and win the spr-. It was. Well, it was a pretty uneventful day on the Jared tally. It wasn't until the lost three kilometers it went from Ravenna this morning to modern not a pimple on the on the profile today. Was it was flat flattered you like and presumably the Jiro organizers hoping that maybe wind would blow, and turn it into us sort of an intense hundred forty kilometers. But it was it was still enough wasn't Vinnie vinegar country. It was kind of slightly are said acidic for sprinters. It was yeah. Well, the tail of the top then to has got away right at the start to JIRA debutante Luca Kovaliov body, Arnie and show. So Yama of Nippo Vinnie Fantino, who is in a big break in the first week, wasn't he the Japanese rider, and they were well. They wasn't really allowed a lot of time, because of the, the length of the stage, only really sort of three three four minutes, and most of the controlling was done by Groupama, F, D J with mall, scopes, and on the front for kilometer after after Coloma to decoding quickstep were up there as well for Elliot VR, any the two leaders were caught with twenty nine kilometers to go. And then that was kind of it until the lost three kilometers when the Spaniard Francesco cove and toes of the CCC team tried to Fabio counselor by accelerating away. Why miss the kind of mistake because he looks around. He was hoping that he's well he's sprint. Yacob marks who's not had a great Jiro thus far he typing that he was in his stream, we thought line, the today might be great finish for SCO. Why? Because the finish line was over by Burger King. Now for those those who listened to the podcast in the first week might get reference already cheer. I suppose emerge in McDonalds and this led to a mind scandal because one of his colleagues in like a Zeta mentioned this fact, sort of suggested it was unbecoming of Jerry tiny sprinter, really was just in that to use the boss for him. I think am however, and there was a Burger King the finish line. Literally, it was the best view in the house today. It wasn't that people were enjoying that walkers, and I've been thinking what they sell that. But what I remember walkers, apparently was McDonald's on the other side of the road. Wow. Bug awards in motorist. Dave didn't enrich co any good today. And then Toews. Oh looked around the sprint train gone AWOL and carried on. And he was caught really inside the final kilometer. And then there was a really nasty crash with around eight hundred meters to go in bunch with travelling at its fastest and it seems from early reports that Rudy guy Celik lead out, man for PASCAL Ackermann touched the brakes and Ackerman in the cheek amino jersey bore Hans gross sprinter, who already two stage wins under his belt, he went down..

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"pascal ackermann" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"pascal ackermann" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Sloping mountains that defend the sees that sweep and embrace the hills that rise in salute the valleys open into smiles, I just came up without Brian just on the who do you think that was? I'm not aware of the riders. Such actually thought there was something that you prepare, you should know who that was because it was Joe Zoe Carlucci, who was born in what is now your hometown Pitra Santa in Tuscany. He's actually, the, the most famous son of the place I call home, and you're right. Yeah. Yeah. Do you and he's, he's the claim to fame? I'm Brian reluctantly. We're going to have to talk about cycling. Funding stage when Caleb? You work with, you know, well, it was finally, the Connie sprint that we thought we were going to see from Canada in this chair, wasn't it the famous leg. Speed was was in was in evidence. And I read and heard things from various people in lawsuits suggesting the outcome, and was was clearly superior to other sprinters in this race expected to see that again today, not the case, I was wondering, when hear something like that, that you that you can read the someone is superior because, you know, the professional bike ride is, but you still don't know actually how they're going to roll up after those hard stages, and they might not feel the same in in two consecutive stages. And it's been office for while and you couldn't you conscious gesture bike ride from how they perform on the finish line. If you've seen in general, how these, I think Kayla has been climbing, how he's been positioning himself. I think what you saw on the last climb today. He I mean, they're all focused and he's definitely at least is focused as anyone else. But I just saw Caleb today that he was. Not going to let anyone else win that stage. And he seems to be why he's well on his way to, to the kind of position. Prominence. We thought eight have in Connor sprinting. Hierarchy, but he's taking a while to get that. Did you always fail? I mean obviously was highly touted when ten private did you always feel the he was someone who's destined for the top? Yeah. I mean first of all, he turned pro at a very young age that it seemed that had, you know, patients, but also had other priorities. I think is. It's very hard to keep his down is how good even how does he sprints down? And I think if engine, he was always gonna come around, but everyone have different development and sometimes Princess have a different type of patients than the team stew with their results Sitra. And I think what typical sprinter that they want everything they wanted right now. And I think Caleb is just he's, he's been, I think destined to come around and I think that people in general and Sikandar just feel like they should pass judgment about people's ultimate capabilities way too early. We've seen that again. And again, we've even seen writers that we've written off, come back and still perform, a very high level. And I think, you know, would Caleb sometimes you can't just tell from a riotous bits, physical specifics and abilities, how perform because it all depends on which teams they end up on which lead people, they have is just from shits Helen and speed Caleb, has the Goodson definitely came up with them today. Well, we've given the result away, we've given the spoilers episode, but I'm Brian, we're going to break second, and I'm going to give the title of the top stage eight and the race headed north for the second straight day. Also longest two hundred thirteen nine kilometers from doctorate Toledo in the Abruzzo region to pay in Lamarque. It ended in a sprint victory for Caleb of Lotter, pseudo, his first of the year, they and he got it head of Elliott Vivian and PASCAL Ackermann earlier in the day, one of Johnny savvy as rolling midfield as marker for porty had spent much of the stage in a breakway with another serial escape artist that Miano Cina of Nippon, teeny. But they were caught. I by judo Kona. Counterattack to onto his lead on the mountains classification..

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"pascal ackermann" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"pascal ackermann" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Umberto or Seaney. The other wildcard teams were represented Andro mega angle, Florida's within their even center of Nippon Vinnie Fantino within that Lewis Vivek o of team, son, web was also in there, because some way of loss stare, their lead at talisman Thome to Mulan. Briefly the king of the mountains, Giulio, Chico name of track was in that, but he softer few kilometers and left them to it. They stayed away quite a lot of day was the last man out on his own. He got clear on his own on a small climb, but he was called after one hundred seventeen Columbus and then we had a sprint finish, and it was a peculiar. I'm really wasn't it because there was some pretty pretty nervous cornering there wasn't really opportunity for lead out trains to get into full flow. And because the lead out and the the pace generally with a little bit lower than we'd normally expect in a sprint finish. It was quite difficult. One to cold. It was one of those ones where you'd think that the smaller guys with the greatest acceleration might get across the line. I, I in my thought was Caleb you and this might be the day for you. And, but it was actually PASCAL Ackermann of four hundred grow his second stage win of this Jiro very close became a phonetic AVI as wheel and got him on the line. On wars. Third, you and fourth Elliott Vivianne e the Italian champion which further back. They made the decision to cut quickstep to come up late into the mix at the front. He came with a couple of teammates. But as soon as you go into the position to contest the sprint econo- stalled and the two teammates had been with him. Well they seem pipes. They seem to think that job was done because they kind of just evaporated so a second stage win Ackerman. And he's looking good Italy, while he is napalm both Sam, this Jiro where we thought it was going to Mark the what he was going to be a bit of a Royal rumble of new sprinting talent. And we thought that this would really help us to understand what the pecking order now is in world sprinting law. Good sprinters hair of opportunities for them. But it's, it's. Bt so far. We said that they've been mitigating circumstances every day they've been today. It was the weather on another that was with Yanni getting disqualified. And that's I it doesn't really feel as though they've had a good old kind of drag race with everyone there yet. And we are until repeating breakaway bap staying away tomorrow to Sonjia Vanni rotunda, then another couple of kind of breakaway stages before the time trial. So it may well be sprinters don't get back into action until these two billion table flat stages after the rest day next week, we will recap everything that's going on in today stage. We'll also talk about some withdrew beside Tom Demere orlands..

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"pascal ackermann" Discussed on THEMOVE

THEMOVE

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"pascal ackermann" Discussed on THEMOVE

"Right. Again, we get to talk about PASCAL Ackermann because today's effort impressed the hell outta me. Yeah, yeah, it was. It was it was impressive. It was impressive. So, you know, he's definitely once again, the patrol of the day, my paternal today. And, and I would say for several reasons first of all because he wanted to stage, of course and you know it was it was an amazing effort. And Secondly, I would say, if you, if you look, you know, it has been raining, the whole bay from what I saw on TV it was definitely not very pleasant temperature it was called, everyone had clothes on, if you look from the helicopter shop shots. He's the only one of all these sprinters who had the courage to get rid of all his rank loading. And he had actually his you could see his numbers. So he was racing in his in his in his thin racing. Jersey. Everybody else had at least a second layer on it, and even Elgin's, even the Belgians the Belgians. Yes. So, you know, that's, that's obviously something that, you know. And especially to do an effort like this it, you know, at that point. The last four or five kilometers, it doesn't really matter anymore. If you have to jerseys on a one jersey, you're going to be cold, but, you know, in, in this case, it's probably a little bit easier to move in. You're just in your race clothing, and then and then Thirdly, but thrown of the day, because it was really impressive. What's his name Gavia, started from far out and just before Gavaglio started that was a front says the jury rider who came to the left, we bothered both both Gaviria had to slow down a but Ackerman a lot more. And so, you know, to coming back from losing that speed when you're making your effort already and having to relaunch your, your bicycle and instill beating video was, was impressive was really impressive. It was and, and just to paint a picture for those who did not see the finish. It'll be all over social media, the sprint finish in it's well worth watching, but has Gaviria came up on Ackerman's, right? He had to break his farm, and stop and get an I thought it was over form at that moment. I think everybody did. And he just hammered down got back on various wheel, which is very fast and poll around. I it looked impossible to me. Yeah. With an and then I also thought that Gaviria with the easily get to the finish. But, you know, I mean those lost twenty thirty meters and especially after rainy day like this and, you know, the legs are the muscles are not responding to their usual level. You know, you can never give up an the he won by Hoffa wheel. But he was able to video very, very nice victory. All right. Looking ahead to tomorrow? What's on your mind for stage six? Yes while, you know, was only a short short Intermezzo of stage of one hundred and forty kilometers today in stage, five stage, sixes once again do hundred and thirty eight kilometers incredible. And you know it's a relatively easy stage overall, but the difference is that there's a second category climb in the final with I think the top is about fifteen gate ago or something or south gate to go and it's not I mean, it's not a it's not a difficult climb, but it's for sure hard enough and long enough minutes, almost it's almost fifteen kilometers at more or less five percents. They hit it at thirty K from the finish five to six percent. With some hairpins. Yeah, yeah. So, you know, this is this is definitely a stage that sprinters cannot make it if, if they can.

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"pascal ackermann" Discussed on THEMOVE

THEMOVE

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"pascal ackermann" Discussed on THEMOVE

"I think we could avoid the love of crashes like that. At least, you know I mean something to think about it's it's been it's been proposed in the past. And, you know, I don't I don't exactly know, for which reason it's never been considered because it would it would avoid a lot of accidents in my opinion. You mentioned that Nibley was speaking on behalf of the writers, would they have made this decision had the writers, not spoken up. You know, I mean these these kind of things I remember in the Tudor. France of I mean, it's been probably two or three times that I've seen the same thing when, but that's on the last stage which, which is a different. It's a different situation when, when the whole pilot on comes into Paris, and start raining, and on top of that, the shells disease, or the small cobblestones, very slippery. So there has been certain years where the time was taken the first time the whole pilot on came into the Sean CDs and then it was basically a race for the stage victory, but you couldn't lose any more time on the on those last six or seven laps you know, I don't know if that would have made the decision but the it's, it's always, it's always a combination of the asking party and, and the, the party who has has to make the decision in this. As the, the Jiro organizer with the approval of the UCI. Well, luckily, this all worked out, but the but do you recall a time that the, the writers protested a course or conditions and refused to start has that ever happened? Many times many times, you know, but it's, it's, it's super difficult to, to get everybody on the same line. It's only when something really bad happens that, you know, everybody is kind of agreeing on the same thing because, you know, maybe the day before has been a super dangerous finish an accident has happened than you know, there's, you know, especially now with the way, the way, the guy's communicate all the time each other. It's easy to organize a even a digital meeting and make a decision. But if the writers decided okay, we're gonna as a sign of protest because we don't feel respected, for example of it. Some of these dangerous. Finishes were we're going to, you know, make a protest tomorrow, when we're not starting or we're taking it easy the whole stage or, you know, those things rarely very, very rarely a to say almost never work, because, you know, at the end of the day, winning a stage or having a good result in the stage of one of the biggest bike races is important, and then you have the teams and you have the sponsors who start to put pressure on. Then you have the for example, the jury Talia would say, let's say if something like this happens a protest for whatever, whatever incident, they would go straight to have seen as before with to France. And without a racist, they go straight to the teams who had an invitation. We're not automatic qualified in this case, three Italian smaller touting themes in an team from Israel, and they would say, okay, you know you guys race or next year. You can forget the invitation so that, that alone gets the gets the. Going. So a fourteen go for teams don't stay stay protesting at the start of the stage. Then, you know one guy's gonna go. Another guy's been going at the end of the day. You know, the racist races the races on. So there Stu many different interests to, to. I mean I am not I'm not in favor of protests or strikes or anything, but sometimes things happen. And you know it's just just wept under the carpet because, you know, the show must go on. Yeah, we've seen strikes in American sports, like baseball, and it's just not good for the sport as a whole it's not because the first the first victims are the are the spectators, you know, they, they want to see the event, and they went to see the the race. And they, they wanna have a good time. All right. Again, we get to talk about PASCAL Ackermann because today's effort impressed the hell outta me. Yeah, yeah, it was. It was it was impressive. It was impressive. So, you know, he's definitely once again, the patrol of the day, my paternal today. And, and I would say for several reasons.

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"pascal ackermann" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"pascal ackermann" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Another very fine place on your you're averaging probably solid nine point two five out of ten for the two places we stayed in so far we'll talk about a missing point seven five later. Well, we should just recap a little bit from the sprint disappointment. Of course for Elia and Renata Vivianne e I would say joy finance Gaviria. But he really didn't celebrate his victory on ROY wasn't a mutual aid. Should you say on? Oh tomorrow was second and PASCAL Ackermann yesterday winner with third and Chiro new pet project. Mattio most Getty wars, fourth the surprise of the sprinted today. Caleb you down in fifteenth place didn't really see what happened to him. But not the service out you'd expect particularly when you look and see Simon Simon Yates. Yates mega anger. Lopez were both the head of him. My boxed in a bit on the running. There was some movement on the particularly tire Geoghegan hall of team any Osu's lying seventh overall with this morning was one of the ride is caught up behind that crash with around five kilometers Toco and he finished with four of his teammates one twenty eight down. So he tumbled down the overall standings. Everyone else seemed to get through more or less. Okay. Other finish. I saw gates come back to the ten Scott bus and had a very quick word with him about how his day had gone. And then I spoke to his teammate Luke derby who had spent the whole of his day protecting Simon Yates keeping them out of trouble keeping that with the wind. And this is what they had to say. Yes, nervous day in the wind. It didn't off until five to go. But how much work did your team after do to make sure you never in any danger? It wasn't from us. I was on the line. Maybe the last forty Cashman. That was really stressful nervous. Hello the sections that were I think teams are expected to be Crossman more talent. So is okay. But the guys that if anonymous phenomenal job. Protecting me..

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"pascal ackermann" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"pascal ackermann" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"On the final corner don't know too much about who is involved in not a few people went down on the right hand side of the road. And then well, it looked to me like I come in came from the wheels. And really put it Mark on the the race by winning in quite convincing style. Impressive stuff from PASCAL Ackermann. It looked to me like a pretty straightforward drag race in the sense. It was a pretty clean spring most of the sprints, decently doubt. So am I coming to serve you might be the quickest in the rice? I'm the thing is the big story about one hundred grow was leaving. Sam Bennett, our of the tally way cost one three stages lost. Eight year. He's not likely to do the tour de France either. He's a good enough sprinter to guarantee a win somewhere along the line. You would have thought, but as you said Daniel Ackerman being German rider, the German champion and contra long term contract the longer term and Sam bench. Not even on the start list for the two of California because that race is all about Peter second for bore Hans-Gert catava that's very migrating around that somebody gets contusion midseason and Yan time for the tour. He knows because obviously we didn't cover the news of Marcell Kittles sabbatical retirement. Not quite sure the moment how to interpret that. But he is. Well, he's he's not going to be writing for a the tour de front. He's cancelled his contract by mutual consent as they say in football anyway. So you're right. Maybe there is uncoupling conscious uncoupling. So they're Coscia probably need a sprinter of level Bennett might be available. Who knows maybe a deal could. Done. The fastest clothing in the world tour the home of settling with character riding watch with Raffarin twenty nineteen as they partnered with education, I and canyons room. Rougher have been publishing their roadmap. Looking at some of the issues problems challenges facing cycling in recent weeks and the final two chapters are going up in value news quite soon. There've been eighth chapter so far. He also rely Rafferty CC lots of interesting stuff to mull over weeping reading, and we're gonna be talking about that. And when we've got time because of the on the moment, but there's a lot in there to to over. So check it out Valla, news dot com or Rafeh c are reminded to that we will be awarding the peddler disarm t-shirt throughout the Jiro coveted pedal. Peddler Ducharme shirt, I one will end of this week. So Billy for nominations for your peddler, disarm Jaka. Maresca qualify for allegedly a big Mark. Was he he was definitely not. And there's been some we always team to mention beef. And we always seem to make mention make some lame in this case. No beef, in fact, no beef apparently because cheer I saw merge coat in McDonalds. But there was this no suggestion. There's no suggestion from Chiro. They was talking into a happy meal. But. The like sports this morning chair was not the writer in question. But they did say that I think actually the source. So I think this information was passed onto someone else like data and they were sort of weighing the contenders for today. Sprint finish. And I said, well, you can kind of forget about merge, go. He's you know, he's a blocking thinks it's okay to. Go to the drive through. He was one of the last finishers in the time trial. So that's. You spent the last few guys to stuff denim dones. Dolan's walls right beside the positive. So tempting tempting people anyways a crime anyway, McDonald's initial impact of all places the capital of food in in Italy. And don't do as burger sorry. Sorry. Listen to other finish. Well, Lionel was was trying to find our Don ally were were among the buses became to writers. And so on. I spoke to Caleb Ewan who was third after a very very good lead from his team all to now they look like they'd really nailed that. And just maybe men that you're and went a little bit too early, and he was overtaken by Vivian. And I of course, I spoke to the s the enzyme Q, and let's hear first from Caleb Ewan, and then from EM third, and there what were your what we are very very good lead the team that a great job in the in the closing stages..

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"pascal ackermann" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"pascal ackermann" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"And I would say that given the guy the breakaway not gonna stay away. And we'll probably have a sprint finish on the line. That's anyone's guess who takes that. As I said yesterday preview other beyond Eva she's via. I I've come in possibly. I love you. And. No demain versus some wildcards mixing in the sprint. No doubt. I suppose vetted get in the call ago and for the other. Where were you lying was on the top of the sand? But on to- climb the final climb of the day. Watching the punch come over the talk and using the taiw- into real in the break as a rattled into the finish infra Sheku. Well, you saw the full of it. Whether Ackerman would be a contender there. I did. I said, yeah, I come in with possibly be involved in the sprint. Dr in hindsight because he won very convincingly. Really? It was what it was an impressive win. I grand tool for the German champion, and he's one of the first opportunity hasn't he 'cause he wasn't gonna win. The same is going to be involved. Probably be involved in this fitsville is saying you're going to be involved in the buffet. Isn't that true? And there is a kind of big five of sprinted in this race isn't there and they finished in the top five and Ackerman, certainly in that makes, you know, first grand tour shouldn't take for granted someone even with good results in that locker shouldn't take for granted. They can just real offer win light. I sometimes takes people several days to get into the swing of things. So I personally thought that Gaviria or you and would win today. But they were they were second and third napalm. You're on the top of the somebody onto a mythical. Very famous Tuscan cycling climb where overlooking another one the other Tuscan climb pikes toys at that one over that. I don't know you're gonna tell me pointing over these rolling hills. Monte, sarah. Everyone who's anyone in sergeants train pretty much at some point. It's one we're just above Vinci where tomorrow's stage starts is wild. Isn't it? It's really probably hear the wind. You can hear Daniel's newspaper clash and blowing in the breeze here. And what we go coming up tonight. We've got Caleb Ewan who was Thirdly. Really good for the win two hundred meters. But he was third Yelm, coz sports rights bore grow. We've got white. My shandra Jiro podcast euro favorites thing first appearance, but we got the tail Taffer I we have staged to bologna to check yo two hundred and five kilometers. There was some debate about whether the break would succeed whether it'd be a sprint. We saw sprint. I just said that you and then go video second and third that she wasn't. They were third and fourth because the mind just behind PASCAL Ackermann, the German champion was the Italian champion Elliott VR any demar on Obama of Groupama F T J was v. It's going to be really interesting in the first ten days with several sprint opportunity to see what the tally is. Because now I got one week go on a roll or will Viana you and video damore level up in the next couple of days. Anyway, there was the first break of the race which included Giulio Cicconi of tricks afraid, and he's teammate will clock Francois Beata of AG to all Marco for porty of Andro ni Mika Maestri of body on the view OC on of CCC, Sean Bennett of af education, I in Damiano Cheema of nipple Vinnie Fantino, and they go pretty decent lead..

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"pascal ackermann" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"pascal ackermann" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Please line professionalism. It's an important meyler. I've ING and here we are all together chops. Where are we Lionel where in bar Italia where we were lost week? But with Daniel as well all together, the three musketeers Daniel nice to be back in bar Talia in the heart of SoHo for memories memories. Fond memories ten years ago. Exactly almost a book loans in hand. Yep. Yep. Happy event. Anyway, we've got well what we talking about this week. We've got Milan-San Remo I monument and any other Newsline. Yeah. Lots of other news. We're gonna focus mostly on Melanson ramo in this episode one by Julian Allah, Felipe of two Kernan quickstep. Their incredible run continues an amazing final six kilometers of the race the previous two hundred ninety five not so much. But we'll talk about that. It's of a point though, isn't it? He's he's kind of the point. Yeah. But we'll discuss that in the first part and possibly into the second power. Also gonna hear Brian home anti from twenty four thirteen decoding quickstep sports rights. Of course, Daniel remember the since you did with them twenty fourteen about young journalists leap by then they'll strip arms brine home. I'm the other racing news. This week been racing in Belgium and northern France. And knock it occurs was won by case bowl of sun web. He outsprinted four hundred growers Paschal acumen on the couple's. Yes for Philips and the twenty one year old you a ride with third, but there was a big crash in that finishing straight which took out. The Dutch champion cyclocross star. Matt. You've poll, and he looked pretty badly hurting initially, there were fears broken bones but hospital treatment determine that wasn't the case. More of him in a moment on Friday. There was the Brady coke seed classic previously. The Hans aim classic. And this is where PASCAL Ackermann one ahead of skies. Christopher Halverson and current quick steps. Alvarado Hodge acumen, of course, will be four hundred growers sprinter, the Jiro d'italia, we think an important win for him. Some some consolation thereafter skeletons heavy defeat to Kazakhstan indeed losing Hodge restoring some pride their Scotland losing in Stana next item. Next item was grown pre denied in northeastern. France, kind of mini pyro bay trying to rebrand itself as lots of coupled sections on one of those couple of sections, yo and afraid had a bad crash was elected to hospital in Lille. Fortunately, he is on the men. End the race won by Matty van DiPoto. Who while he pretty much demolished it in the loss of twenty thirty kilometers quite incredible considering how hard he hit the deck only a handful of days earlier, he will now target some bigger coupled classics as the spring goes on the Trofeo Alfredo Binda women's world tour rice with one by Marianna Voss for the fourth time. But the first time since two thousand twelve that she has one it was an absolutely humdinger of a Finnish. Everything came together. Roy at the very end and Voss be Amanda Spratt Cecil you trip Ludwik into second and third place respectively. You'll be talking about that as well as the rest of the women's well to racing in the next episode of the cycling puck cost feminine, which will be out after the tour. Florida's think that they are. So after two funders yes off the bike or other away from the racing. The UCI is going to pan corticosteroids by next season. Currently following the ban on trauma, which has recently come into being we're white full and final confirmation of that. But that is certainly the UCI president Davidge LaPorte owns intention. The two different wildcards are being finalized joining one t group goober and coffee days who had their wildcards are Direct Energy who have among their number Lillian Calman, Nikki tops and Ryan tower may an archaic some sick who have Warren bog ill and Andre Gripen perhaps not too much of a surprise there. Fabio our is out of the Jiro d'italia. The former Vuelta champion is going to have Iliad artery surgery. That's basically to treat a problem, which I gather is blocking the flow of blood to his legs..

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"pascal ackermann" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"pascal ackermann" 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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"pascal ackermann" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

09:30 min | 1 year ago

"pascal ackermann" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Play with Ted Robinson. Now back fits in. Bronx is unfortunate. You know? Everything has come to an end, though, at some point, you know, it's just unfortunate that it has come to an end the way they did. But you know, what it is you just expect after you you've done so much for franchise that they wouldn't cut you you're hurt. You know, it's kinda kinda over respecting than anything. But you know, they did. So you gotta gonna grow with the business really ever cut anybody. Whether they were hurt. So we had we announcing that very often. I was just reading an article where p Carol. Coach of the Seattle Seahawks said, hey, no hard. Feelings were Richard Sherman. Matter of fact, I'm paraphrasing here loved the guy did so much force. And he had to do what he had to do rich. Made it seem p Carol did that a man everything school between me and Alcocer Richard Sherman. Hearing that that set a sound there? Bob, I don't get the sense that Richard Sherman as forgotten about the way the Seattle Seahawks. Treated him as he was dealing with that torn achilles. And that ended up Richard Sherman being part of the San Francisco forty Niners. I don't think the Niners are going to win this game. I would like to be wrong about that. Don't think we'll be. But I wouldn't be surprised if Richard Sherman did just the lowest something to make the Seahawks afternoon in downtown Seattle just a little bit more than what they wanted it to be. Yeah. The only thing in this is just cleaness of football. Is guys get waived when they get hurt all the time. You know, because they they they had not done that that was not the Seahawks him up. I know, but it, but if I ran a team and you couldn't play for me. How'd wave your asked to I mean. Thanks. Well, no, it's the NFL's a year to year deal. I mean, and and that's that's not good or bad for an individual team that sucks for your sport. Because you have said guaranteed contracts. They're going to be bestowed upon any athletes. It should be NFL guys because their bodies are the ones getting turned up in this. But it would be stupid for a team to keep guys or pay guys. That are hurt that doesn't make any sense. So if a guy gets injured. Yeah, sorry, we're not bringing you back next year. You're injured now Richard Sherman. Like, you said he could prove that, you know. Hey, I I did recover enough that I'm still good player and come back and do some damage to the Seahawks and all that stuff. But. Seattle. They did the same girl. Thomas. In terms of fo-. You're gonna try to hold out. All right now, you're coming back. Now, we've got hurt. Earl Thomas ain't coming back there. He'll he'll be waived to an injured guy. Well, they didn't want him back for the price that Thomas wants to be compensated for old Thomas was coming back because he knew the Seahawks were not going to give him what he felt was fair value for his balance. So that was you can't fire me because I quit. Yeah. But in the NFL, it's it's very much of a year to year thing. And if you're healthy and producing teams pay you you'd have to be really ridiculously Garoppolo or like a Tom Brady or something where they sit out, you know, through your injury, you get older and get hurt the teams they dumped you all the time. He killed doesn't think there'd be any hard feelings. I beg to differ, Abbott. That's hey, are we we we have to have a revisit here. And this is you know, going into your pick or not pick for tonight. That number one pick for Amari Cooper is not looking all that bad for the Cowboys. Well, you know what you're right. It is not they had themselves a number one receiver Amari Cooper has performed spectacularly. And you know, what he has not done dropped the football has now dropped the football. He was dropping close to ten percent of the football. Is there with thrown to him when he was writer? Yeah. But I'm disappointed in you for not realizing that's how he got out of being a raider. I'm sorry. My brain does not work that way. So you you are you justified in your disappointment of me, Bob, you are an arson justify Cooper went. I hate it here. Wait five ball out play really good and make all kinds of crazy catches and I'm going for one hundred yards every single game. They might candy. And I love the fact that he did the math on the fly. He's like, I can't drop every football. They throw drop. Eight percent of the footballs eighth to me. Vinegar give me out of here. It's going to Dak Prescott. Like, dude just dropped two or three more each week. Coming for you. I don't know if I've seen him drop a ball. Now, I watch every cowboy game, but they're on television enough to where you feel like you're watching every cowboy game. I mean, Amari Cooper, you can't deny that he's one of the best route runners in the league. So he knows he's precise. You know, he's going to be where you expect for him to be. And and he's a talent. I mean, obviously, he's a he's an athlete. But when he was with the raiders he and Fisher we need coupled with Michael Crabtree. They sometimes played like, you didn't know those those LEGO figures those men fans, they they don't have fingers. Their hands are like these two kind of cups that have turned into each other. Like, they would grow those LEGO man hands, and they would drop the football. Now Cooper like I said, I don't know if I've seen him drop the football season's with the Cowboys. Now, that's the that's why when they traded it. Now if the Cowboys ever enough wins in this pick ends up being in the twenty s or something. In my my thought was given his age give me a two thousand yard receiving season's already under his belt that you know, what if I'm throwing out twentieth. Pick or twenty first pick. And I got it up side chance of grabbing him. I would have done it. So that's at the trade. That's what I said. But you can't deny exactly what you just said. He appeared to be on the downturn for just not dropping the football. What I get too much raider on them. And after a while he was just, you know, okay. Let me get outta here. And he has like Randy moss and a wingless guys. Switch teams his attitude. His play his focus is all been reborn in Dallas because even on thanksgiving. You know, the suddenness and him running away from guys that hasn't been in a raider uniform either. Well, the did you see the raiders actually going down and doing? Right. But I still think and this is just obviously the way Jerry Jones and the Cowboys operate, you know, they like to go big, even if it doesn't make any sense or you don't have to go his big to get what you want. You could have gotten him for a second round pick. I just don't know of any team in the league in that around the trade deadline. They would have given up a number one for Amari Cooper, other than boys. But it looks like it's going to not look at it is working out for them. Well, Jerry Jones bet on himself in that if they get them, and we finish nine and seven or whatever it was. The late twenties back, and then are we going to find a difference making wide receiver? I think is age also helped because he was still so young, you know, but no, you're right. The cowboys. And and if Amari Cooper had gone to Tennessee institute for the criminally insane. They probably are not the fact that he went to Alabama and Jerry Jones like bright, shiny objects. No doubt. You know? And so, you know, who he was what his resume is. What is potential is? You know, I think that's why like you said they probably overpaid a little bit for doing that the bay area's number one cowboy hater. But I'm always a big fan of betting on yourself and Jerry Jones and the Cowboys did that seven and a half is that seven and a half. What are you saying hook it just because you're in Canada, or what are you getting point spreads via the metric system which? No, no, no, no nine nine nine nine nine. Even seven my fresh L. Go ahead. Refresh refresh away matter of fact, heavy refreshment say New Orleans the Cowboys Cowboys a home dog getting seven from the saints where am I going with this? You got the first pick this week come on, bro. Taking the site saying that game. Absolutely. I'm taking that game. Because I am on top and our football picks as we get now to the good good to the nitty gritty the college football season is over. So now, he's just the pros. And we can't duplicate picks up. Mike how big is my lead here. One game ahead of Bob. Bob. I see you in my rear view mirror. I'm right there, and you going to continue to get smaller, which is going to be very difficult for you. Because you know, Jimmy, I'm them saints given seven so the Cowboys says, I give you the business football picks. I'm going to I'm going to hang out with PASCAL Ackermann. We're going to pray on that. Maybe pull out the rosary beads. Holy water is going to be great. Yeah. It's now we get to the NFL. My sweating already. In toronto. What is it like two degrees Fahrenheit? Why negative nine hundred celsius? I don't understand that goofy Canadian way of Wetering measuring temperature and wait give me real American pounds.

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"pascal ackermann" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"pascal ackermann" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Hello. My name's rich. I am with while Bernie, however chip. Wave and we are with Daniel free. Not physically with but not physically with you over the airway over there waves. I am physically with Lionel here where we live. We are in east London in not quite the shadow of the Olympic park, but we're in the athletes village, the old athletes village dates back to two thousand twelve when everything about per year athlete's village the Olympics were here and everyone was to mystic and unified. All right. This. These were the fleet's apartments. They certainly were over there when they are. Now, we are in cafe called the hand. Cafe my first time here. Yeah. They've they've they've done a nice job. Here is cool. We were here because we were meeting on a cyclist are their secret secret meeting rendezvous with a cyclist who's who's competing in the London six day. But that's for another time that conversation today, we're not covering this six days covering this mean dose likely, well are indoor cycling correspondent is currently America so difficult to count everything we do today. The difference Ruth discuss the twenty nineteen hundred French route was unveiled the smarting in the familiar ceremony in Paris, Christian Prudhomme, great things Indo psyches. Nice speculation no incentive out the route. So it was the same in that. It was the same. Oval. They just go around. Anyway, we should move on from indoor cycling. Yeah. Franz presentation presentations, a very familiar spectacle as well. Isn't a little twist have they presented the writers on stage. Like that before. I can't remember seeing the right is like a low rent fashion show, very some peculiar. I thought. The world of skinny jeans and kind of Europe fashion, isn't it? I mean, I'm talking here is at a middle aged man who no longer has to even gnawed in cursory direction of fashion. So what do I know? Who was just before we get into the news round up. I thought grapevine aromatic fritzy dashing in his cycling t shirt and suits called book. No comment from my point of view. Everyone was a clip still must literally by NASA do on his gold's respond one. What was the what I'm looking for not spandex? Gold law may law may lawn. With a with a very sort of. But just these extrordinary uncle high gold. News. Yeah. Well, anyway, we'll save serious stuff forbid Lee throng, can you give us us right up. Please Lionel besides this been owned. It has it's been busy the road season. The world tour road season is finally ended with a two of one she in China, Johnny Moscone of sky one that after winning the most challenging and the Hillier stage their stage win Sappho till and grow Aken, PASCAL Ackermann, Mattio Trentino and Fabio Yaacob son of quick stat. One a couple there that Japan cut which is not a world tour race. But it's kind of that really is the curtain cord of the season. Isn't it? The last race on the calendar row. Power Mitchelson, Scott one that ahead of antwon tow hook of lotto, JIMBO and that was power lost race before he joined sun web next season. The women's one day race there with one by Arlene Sierra of Astana, sheep, Hannah bones of canyon Schrimm the UCI will tour rankings therefore are complete and Simon Yates has topped. The rankings ahead of pizza gone out one hundred eight guarantors, Greg government UH, of course, one of to let the Chiro for a long time that way clocked up all of those points. Quick step one the teams cost of occasion. Well, ahead of team sky the women's world tours one by enemy van pollution transfer news being confirmed. Stephan Denzil of Akwa blue who are stopping of course, he's going to the CCC team, which is the EMC team. Now CCC Ben swift became back to team sky from team AA and transfer. We thought was off the cards with quickstep getting their new sponsorship.

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"pascal ackermann" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

05:47 min | 2 years ago

"pascal ackermann" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Reinvest in each system so, it reminds Retains legitimacy with each customers and clearly they should be doing that, because otherwise they're going to be under a lot of pressure, thank you very much, Tony Smith from the Consumer Council for water now if. You have a drone and surprising number of people do one and a half million were sold just Christmas new laws governing they used come into a today you. Can't use them above four hundred feet at all within. One kilometer of an airport Paul Rigby is a founder of console which trains, it's a drone training organization trains drone pilots Paul what why would these new laws needed good morning the industry's been calling for the last couple years now there's been. All the articles that make into the news in the presser typically reckless and rogue? Consumer. Users that are able to buy things off the shelf and for them without training. And commercial operators have been phrasing safely and they they don't wanna jeopardize the introduction of the technology which clearly. Has a lot of competitive, advantages for organizations out do you think the new rules a strong enough because the British airline pawn cessation sucks after commercial airline. Pilots in particular This one kilometer corden around airports one is simply not. Far enough in and I can kind of get that because at some one kilometer is not very far for runaway journalism Yeah I mean so when you look at the the the physics of working out where you could be in. Proximity to an. Aircraft as long as you're away from the centerline I think four hundred fees probably. I do along the centerline maybe. A little bit more close to two airliners I must switch you also got to think about how easy it is to police force as well Off between the two, who who does police it you Expedia expecting the Bobby on the beat to to. To. Be able, to quickly get up to. Speed on these laws and ground those drones yeah well actually civil aviation authorities handed over that responsibility to the police the, day she, we've, got. Now is making sure they'd gotten off, resources and powers to be able to enforce those regulations and I suppose really they're. Not like you're doing anything about drones actually receive a complaint about a drone absolutely I mean sometimes it's a. Very reactive you got to look at a strategic responsibility to the police force and look what where. You want them to prioritize attention burglars traffic fences etc. So until they actually call serious incidents. Then it's likely they're going to get the attention they need from local. Police. Force there's, also a new set of registration for, pilots and you should have rules coming along to will they apply so the, local registration system as the registration system will. Come in towards the end of this year and that's really to make people accountable for their actions commercial operators. Already have the. Registration system this is really to capture those that are buying the point of sale To make. Them accountable so wh where those rules kick in what size of drone do you need to have to be actually registered, I think, my, still-to-be-decided. Below the recent reports suggest two hundred, fifty grams and above will will need to be registered so that's a pretty chunky. During the most people would be would not be caught by that two hundred fifty grams actually quite like maybe. Anything up to about two kilograms would be still a reasonable science is drawing actually so that it. Does does issue of how many people you want I. Got you captured by that system and. Still wanna capture the the local child playing with a very small toy Thank you very much Paul Rigby founder of consortia thanks very much Dom now his Kathy with all. The sports news and joy in Wales joy in disbelief I think is probably the right thing to say for Garret Thomas who is born the tour de France an all night party and returned to the UK this afternoon might maybe help us achievement sink in this is the first told. France went by Welshman and a sixth victory in seven years for team sky as the BBC's Tom Ford ice reports Thomas will have woken up in Paris this, morning with his, sports greatest price secured I'd also a sense of happy, disbelief as a child the. Welshman would run home from school to watch the to France on television when he first wrote it as a chubby twenty one year old. He finished second last now that journey from the streets of, suburban Cardiff to the podium on the Sean cillizza is complete and it is also a victory that. Was richly deserved, Thomas has been, the strongest, rider of the one hundred, and Seventy-six. Who, started this race three. Weeks ago a wild childhood, dream has become a. Glorious reality already a double Olympic gold medalist Thomas has been affecting winning. The most, prestigious event and cycling eleven years after finishing second from last. On his debut in two thousand seven I, never suffered like I did every day was a. Battle and I remember seeing the tower for the. First time and then riding on shuns this goosebumps spin the other side that camera lens you know rather than being at home watching it now It's just another level to to win it's insane four time winner Chris. Free we finished in third place overall there's plenty more. On the tour de France during the program and also in cycling Germany's PASCAL Ackermann won the ride London to Surrey classic after a sprint finish. Lewis Hamilton goes into Formula one summer break with a twenty four point lead at the top of the world championship after, he won the Hungarian Grand Prix Hamilton has won five. Races in the first half of the season it's been epic we're head of the Ferraris, who seven eight, races in really turn up the heat to come away, with the results that we've. Had the last couple of is a great great Sharon of strengthen my team England have progressed to the second round of the hockey World. Cup after a one no win over Ireland Ireland had already, reached the quarterfinals of the victories in their first two games rather touchy Josie Marino told Manchester United's. Funds not to, waste their money, watching games, like that international Champions Cup, defeat by Liverpool Beaten four one in the preseason tournament in the United States in front. Of. A crowd of over one, hundred thousand fans Doug Massey, is good but if. I was them I wouldn't come How, come I wouldn't spend my, money to see This teams I wouldn't spend my money and this morning's racing tips. Four thirty spend your money on these number, six Sarah. Again wins at. Seven, fifteen number six red alert thank you coffee now a taste of. Some seasonal highlights.

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