Some playful national pride for the final Stage of the Giro. Lance and Johan each picked their own countryman yesterday for the TT win today. The guys talk about full efforts and who needs to get better at TT if they want to stay competitive at Grand Tours.
An eventful day at the Giro. Animated and eventful until the end. We saw some rider/fan interaction as Lopez falls into some bad luck. Lance reacts to a fan taking down a rider and how will that impact him finishing the race. Johan discusses what tomorrow should bring as the TT closes it out.
An emotional day at the Giro for Esteban Chaves. Chaves has battled illness that kept him off the bike for 10 months. He was able to drop his breakaway companions to take the Stage. Johan previews what to expect on the penultimate Stage tomorrow.
A dramatic finish today at the Giro. What should have been a bunch sprint came up just short. Johan walks us through the math on trying to bring back in a break. Johan also goes into more detail about Landa and Movistar.
Another first pro win for a young rider, why Team Ineos was pulling and Johan's take on Landa attacking the Maglia Rosa. Lance jumps in as well with his take on Landa.
Giulio Ciccone had a monster day from the break. Roglic hits some difficulty and has the race come down to Carapaz and Nibali. What to expect in the closing week of the Giro.
Former professional cyclist Ran Margaliot is this week's guest on THEMOVE. Ran is the co-founder of the Israel Cycling Academy Team. He and Lance spent most of the conversation discussing the team's homage to Gino Bartali. Bartali was a 3x winner of the Tour of Italy as well as the Tour de France twice. But his accomplishments off the bike are more important. Bartali used his fame on the bike to help move documents and papers of persecuted Jewish people. His actions saved hundreds of lives. He was awarded, posthumously, Israeli citizenship for work.
On paper Stage 15 did not look like it would be too exciting but the race is not on paper. Roglic has a day with bike problems, hitting the deck and not being able to find his Team Car. Johan speaks to the issue and the responsibility of the Director in the race at certain times.
A few days ago Johan stated that Richard Carapaz was the strongest rider in the race. He showed it today. Carapaz took it into his own hands today and captured the jersey. Hear Johan, JB and Lance discuss the day.
A day we have been waiting for. Landa makes a move and claws back some time. The GC gets a shake up and we see one pre race favorite fall way out. The big stage even brought in Lance Armstrong to jump in with the JB's.
The first mountain stage did not disappoint. A very memorable first victory for a long time support rider. Johan discusses the brilliant tactics by UAE Team Emirates and the morale of the team after the jersey changes hand. We also saw some weakness of team Jumbo-Visma but Roglic continues to look the strongest.
The last day for the sprinters for a bit. I think everyone is ready to get into the mountains. Hear Johan and JB talk about how anyone can put a dent into Roglic. The GC will for sure look a bit different after tomorrow. Johan explains which teams need to have a strategy for tomorrow.
The Giro returns from the rest day with another day for the sprinters. Johan talks about how even a perfect straight sprint can still have some crashes at those speeds. Bruyneel also talks about the mental makeup of what it takes to be a sprinter and how they are really crazy. Johan and JB look ahead to talk about the current weather and snow on top of the Passo di Gavia.
The Race of Truth. Johan and JB take a look at today's TT and sort out the real winners and losers as the race heads into the race day. Roglic shows some great form as some of the pre race favorites run into trouble. Johan also goes into detail what a rest day looks like for the team and staff.
As predicted a day for the sprinters. Johan and JB discuss the longest day of the Giro. Johan questions why the finish route looked the way it did. He also notes how tired and fatigued the group is heading into the TT. The guys also break down the fireworks on Mt. Baldy at yesterday's Tour of California.
A fast fast day at the Giro. Johan explains the small uphill finishes that the Giro is famous for. They also discuss a few key abandons from the race and the impact on their respective teams.
Stage 6 goes according to the prediction Johan put out yesterday. The breakaway stays away and the Maglia Rosa changes hand. The guys also tackle the controversy at yesterday's Tour of California.
All about the weather today for Stage 5. Johan and JB talk about the rainy cold day and the loss of one of the favorites.
Stage 4 was a long one. Almost 6 hours in the saddle today which saw a few crashes that took down one of the favorites. Johan and JB discuss the long day and how the crash will shake things up.
On paper the 3rd stage of the Giro didn't look to be too exciting but a relegation in the final sprint gave the guys plenty to talk about.
Johan and JB take a look at today's sprint in Stage 2 of the Giro. Johan
Johan and JB discuss the brutal uphill finish of the opening stage and why the winner needs to get rid of the jersey ASAP.
Our daily show kicks off taking a look at the Giro d'Italia. Lance, JB and Johan take a look the route, favorites and what to expect over three weeks.
Our Classics campaign comes to a close with the oldest in the series, Liège-Bastogne-Liège. Recorded live from Mellow Johnny's in Austin Lance and JB discuss how early weather was a factor in the race. They talk about the biggest win of Fuglsang's career and review the winners and losers of the Classic Season. The guys also announce THEMOVE plan for the Giro d'Italia.
THEMOVE takes the show on the road to George's Hotel Domestique in Greenville, SC. The guys break down the utter dominance of Deceuninck-QuickStep with 4 riders in the top 8. The great ride by Nils Politt under the direction of Dirk Demol and what his future holds. The guys also look at the history of the city of Roubaix and end the show with some live Q&A from the crowd.
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Lance and JB review Ronde van Vlaanderen, the second of the 5 monuments. Alberto Bettiol picked a perfect time to take down his first pro win. The guys discuss the Italian's victory and also break down the amazing recovery and ride from Mathieu van der Poel after a crash. Lance discusses the struggles of some of the teams unable to organize towards the end of the race.
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On the eve of the Hincapie Gran Fondo from Mellow Johnny's Fort Worth Lance, George and JB recorded a live show to preview the Spring Classics. Lance and George break down what and who to watch for at Flanders, Roubaix, Amstel and more. The trio also take some questions from the live audience.
Lance may be on Spring Break but the cycling show goes on. JB took the show to Greenville to do THEMOVE with George Hincapie. George and JB talk about tactics for MSR, one of the longest races of the year. George shares his memories of the race and his pick for the victory.
Bob Roll is a former pro cyclist and current television commentator. Bob and Lance discuss Bobke's role as a member of the 7-11 cycling team. His venture into working in television and his early days working with Lance for OLN. They both discuss their legendary trip to Boone NC which kick started Lance's return to cycling. They close out the show discussing the passing of Paul Sherwen.
As Lance prepares to take on his role as the charity chaser in the Austin Marathon he had the race director Jack Murray and coach Matt Hensley. Jack discusses the charity chaser plan, how many runners he thinks Lance will pass and the state of running. Coach Hensley is the first running coach that Lance has had since high school. They discuss the plan for Lance's training, common mistakes for runners and goals for the race in February.
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The latest episode of THEMOVE podcast, presented by PATRÓN, covers the 2019 route announcement. The ASO announced the route for La Grande Boucle earlier in the week. The 2019 race will celebrate 100 years of the yellow jersey with 30 categorized climbs but only 54 KM of time trialling. Lance and JB weigh in on who the route favors and who will have trouble. The pair are also joined by Johan Bruyneel, George Hincapie and Bob Roll to discuss their picks for next July. Johan also speaks about this weeks decision by CAS to extend his cycling ban. The 2019 Tour de France starts in Brussels on July 6th.
The 2018 IRONMAN Championship shatters all time records. Lance and JB break down course setting times for Patrick Lange and Daniela Ryf. The pair defended their titles in a day with near perfect conditions. The guys also discuss the bike setups, the mystic of the Island and how long these records will stand. THEMOVE is presented by PATRÓN.
THEMOVE, presented by PATRON, takes a look at the 2018 IRONMAN race. JB and Lance are joined by IRONMAN CEO Andrew Messick and the Kona race director Diana Bertsch for a preview of this years contest. The guys are also joined by one of the 'Big Four' Scott Molina to discuss his history with the race.
THEMOVE Podcast of the 2018 Tour de France presented by PATRÓN wraps up this year TDF with the Jason Cristin, Collis and Elle Bouslman from Albuquerque, New Mexico for Stage 21 on the Champs-Elysées! Lance and JB take the last podcast on the road and are welcomed with open arms by the Bouslman family. Winners of our MOVININ contest! THEMOVE breaks down today's final stage as well as highlights from this year's race. We get to hear from 10-year-old super fan Torri, sample the finest hamburgers from local Blakes Lotaburger, and get a round of shots from our amazing sponsor PATRÓN TEQUILA! Thank you to everyone who made this year THEMOVE podcast possible! PATRÓN, HELIX, POWERDOT, HIGH BREW COFFEE AND ?URA STAY TUNED FOR MORE THEMOVE from WED?.
THEMOVE presents: Breakfast with Ian Boswell. So we are on the Champs, the most famous road in the world to ride your bike on ? fait accompli! We are immediate with Ian, his fiancée Gretchen and Marshall, fast stones and ready to dance, still swinging at the back. Thanks for listening and your support. This is two guys for three weeks with an iPhone. This is Beers with Boz AFTER Stage 21 at the 2018 Tour de France.
The latest episode of THEMOVE podcast, presented by PATRÓN, covers all the action of Stage 20?s individual time trial. Geraint Thomas secures the top podium spot for this year?s Tour, and the guys name their Patrón of the Day. We also hear from today's special guest, Bobby Julich, about TT tactics and much more. We also bid a very bittersweet goodbye to co-host George Hincapie, who will not be making the trip to Albuquerque for the final recording, Stage 21 along the Champs-Élysées. Thanks to HELIX, "Your destination for DNA discovery," for making today's pod possible. Our thanks also to PowerDot and High Brew Coffee for keeping us in the race to becoming the world's number one live sports podcast!
THEMOVE presents: Breakfast with Ian Boswell. Finally a little rain as the boys saddle up with a couple Sombreros and guitar as they talk about the final day, the TT, who will be on the final podium, competing in all three Grand Tours and what this race has meant. The train stops here, but perhaps more to come. This is B-fast with Boz before Stage 20 at the 2018 Tour de France.
THEMOVE Podcast of the 2018 Tour de France presented by PATRÓN is back for an exciting Stage 19. Perhaps our most dynamic episode of the 2018 Tour de France. Lance and George speak in depth with Johan Bruyneel and Bob Roll and get down to the nitty-gritty of today's stage. Primoz Roglic fought his way into third place today with a gutsy effort and Geraint Thomas picked up six bonus seconds to extend his lead in the yellow jersey going into tomorrows individual time trial. With two days left of the 2018 TDF, THEMOVE production crew are still firing on all cylinders as we prepare to take the live show on the road and into the living room of Jason Bousliman of Albuquerque NM our MOVININ contest winner! Congratulations Jason! We will see you soon! Thanks to Patrón our title sponsor for today's coverage and also to PowerDot and High Brew Coffee for keeping us in the race to becoming the world's number one live sports podcast!
THEMOVE presents: Breakfast with Ian Boswell. Three weeks, gone, just like that! Let?s discuss, Le Français exchange, no regrets but being conservative, the last big team meeting chat to get Zak into the top 10, yesterday?s stage and the TT to come. TeJay! This is B-fast with Boz before Stage 19 at the 2018 Tour de France.
THEMOVE Podcast of the 2018 Tour de France presented by PATRÓN makes some special announcements for today's Stage 18! Our winner has been chosen for our contest THEMOVE is MOVININ! Here Lance and JB announce who won the chance to have THEMOVE podcast come to their home and end the 2018 Tour de France in their living room! Our winner will watch the race with Lance and THEMOVE crew and then get front row seats for the final podcast on the Champs-Élysées. Tune in and find out if YO? have been chosen as the lucky winner! Thanks to Patrón our title sponsor for today's coverage and also to PowerDot and High Brew Coffee for keeping us in the race to becoming the world's number one live sports podcast!
THEMOVE presents: Breakfast with Ian Boswell. Lunch? A Start Village quickie with Lawson Craddock joining in all pinks; they talk descending, Sagan coming out of a ravine and that motivation to make through the next three stages around the corner from Paris. Stay in the moment. This is B-fast with Boz before Stage 18 at the 2018 Tour de France.
THEMOVE Podcast of the 2018 Tour de France presented by PATRÓN climbs up into your earhole with Stage 17 high in the Pyrenees. Nairo Quintana pedaled to victory today on the Col du Portet, undeniably the Tour's toughest mountain stage. Peter Sagan crosses the line just in time to make the time cut and Lance and George well... their still Lance and George. Listen in as the predictions for this years tour winner are formulated and here from the expert himself, Johan Bruyneel live on today's amazing episode of THEMOVE! Thanks to HELIX," Your destination for DNA discovery," for making today's pod possible. Also to PowerDot and High Brew Coffee for keeping us in the race to becoming the world's number one live sports podcast!
THEMOVE presents: Breakfast with Ian Boswell. Ian warms up on the trainer to talk protests, pepper spray and attitudes, Sky doing their thing, yesterday?s break, today?s novel shorty stage and Spanish Hospitality for his band of brothers. This is B-fast with Boz before Stage 17 at the 2018 Tour de France.
THEMOVE Podcast of the 2018 Tour de France presented by PATRÓN welcomes you back for Stage 16. Today's stage dips it's toes into Spain as we head into the Pyrenees mountains. Listen in as Lance and George call today's breakaways and crashes. Inside information from Lance's guys inside Team Sky and predictions on all the action going into tomorrows penultimate Stage 17! Who do you think will make THEMOVE? Share it with us at firstname.lastname@example.org, questions, comments, margarita recipes? Thanks to Patrón our title sponsor for today's coverage and also to PowerDot and High Brew Coffee for keeping us in the race to becoming the world's number one live sports podcast! Subscribe Download Share!
THEMOVE presents: Breakfast with Ian Boswell. At the back of the Katusha Bus our duo chat about Columbian pride, breakfast as a mission, SPF and the team boss visits as the race heads into Spain. This is B-fast with Boz before Stage 16 at the 2018 Tour de France.
THEMOVE presents: Breakfast with Ian Boswell. World Heritage City questions for Boz after week two: Water and Water Carriers (record: 10), the press, being left-handed, speeds, fav mountain, being tall in the infamous tuck, fun, suffering with company, never giving up on it, hard work, support and sacrifice... maybe getting in a break? Check us out. This is B-fast with Boz during Rest Day 2 at the 2018 Tour de France.
THEMOVE presents: Breakfast with Ian Boswell. The twosome switch kit and meet up poolside in Albertville to go deep on the first week, Roubaix cobbled carnage and courage, Tony Parker in tennies and Bill Walton?s happiness as Ian makes it to the Mountains with a new roomy for his pay day. Swing it. And come hang at Ian?s Peacham Fall Fondo in VT October 13 for incredible foliage and Maple Creemees, all supporting a local pavilion project. This is B-fast with Boz during Rest Day 1 at the 2018 Tour de France.
THEMOVE Podcast of the 2018 Tour de France presented by PATRÓN is back for Stage 15 where we watched Magnus Cort Nielsen take a page out of Omar Fraile book from a day earlier in Carcassonne. Geraint Thomas remained in yellow and George and Lance reminisce about how they prepared for rests days back in the day. Speaking of rest days we will be back for stage 16 with more coverage from THEMOVE podcast team and we thank you for listening to THEMOVE each and every day as you push us to the top of the charts! Thanks to Patrón our title sponsor for today's coverage and also to PowerDot and High Brew Coffee for keeping us in the race to becoming the world's number one live sports podcast!
THEMOVE presents Breakfast with Ian Boswell. From Room 213, Boz and Marsh are in the backroads to chat Sagan Seekers, the actual Tour of France, the splits, breaks, and rollback of shame, doping control for body and bike, Team Sky cleanliness and can G win and why ski jumpers. Collect bottles, stay a fan. This is B-fast with Boz before Stage 15 at the 2018 Tour de France.