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    Remarkable Primoz Roglic races to third Vuelta title

    Remarkable Primoz Roglic races to third Vuelta title

    Sir Bradley Wiggins guides us through the incredible finish to the Vuelta a España with Sean Kelly and Orla Chennaoui in tow.
    Primoz Roglic clinched a Vuelta hat-trick after another imperious display in Spain as he backed up his time trial gold medal from the Tokyo 2020 Olympics with another stunning performance, even if he did have a minor hiccup en route.
    Wiggins, Kelly and Chennaoui give their expert reactions to Roglic's third coronation and much more after the third Grand Tour of what has been a breathless season.
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    • 29 min
    Brad speaks exclusively with Jason Osborne, the Olympic rower joining Deceuninck-QuickStep

    Brad speaks exclusively with Jason Osborne, the Olympic rower joining Deceuninck-QuickStep

    In this special bonus episode of The Bradley Wiggins Show we've got a little treat for you.
    Brad sat down with Tokyo 2020 silver medal winner rower Jason Osborne who has just been signed by Deceuninck-QuickStep after winning the UCI Cycling Esports Championships.
    In this fascinating chat the man from Mainz tells Brad about his switch of sports and how much cycling he has in his background.
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    • 13 min
    'Yates didn't live up to the hype' | La Vuelta enters its final crucial stages

    'Yates didn't live up to the hype' | La Vuelta enters its final crucial stages

    Brad is joined by Graham Willgoss and Sean Kelly to discuss the latest Vuelta action as  Miguel Angel Lopez was the strongest man in the misty mountains to take the Stage 18 victory.
    Despite an overall improved performance from Egan Bernal and no sign of the back issues that have been a problem for him for some time, Brad believes it will be a 'tall order' for the Colombian to claim a podium place in the race.
    Brad was also full of praise for Jack Haig and his attempts to push for the red jersey for Bahrain Victorious. 'He's rallied those guys round him really, he's become a real leader and shone this race'.
    There's a look at 'hot and cold' Adam Yates after a disappointing effort having promised more beforehand
    And finally, are Primoz Roglic and his Jumbo-Visma team almost too humble in playing down the Slovenian's success as he aims for back-to-back Vuelta titles? 
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    • 26 min
    'Red hot Roglic on another level' | Chapeau to swashbuckling Bernal

    'Red hot Roglic on another level' | Chapeau to swashbuckling Bernal

    Sir Brad is joined by Graham Willgoss to pick apart the Queen Stage of the Vuelta a España, and an explosive GC battle that saw Egan Bernal light the blue touch paper but Primoz Roglic emerge as red hot favourite to take his Spanish Grand Tour hat-trick.
    The brutal climb to the finish at Lagos de Covadonga set the stage for, in Brad's words, "an amazing finish, an amazing winner" as Jumbo-Visma's main man streaked away to ride back to the top of the GC standings and put his rivals almost out of sight.
    Huge credit, though, goes to Ineos Grendadiers' Bernal for animating the race and attacking with 60km to of the stage remaining.
    "If it wasn't for him, Roglic would have had to make those moves on his own," says Brad. "[But] to go out there with Primoz Roglic and give it his all and fade in the final, I think that might be the last we see of Bernal this race in terms of GC aspirations.
    "Roglic was on another level today. He now has a dominant lead, and even though he wasn't in the Red Jersey last week, we always knew this day would come."
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    • 25 min
    'Eiking has the red jersey on merit' | The latest from La Vuelta ahead of a final big week of racing

    'Eiking has the red jersey on merit' | The latest from La Vuelta ahead of a final big week of racing

    Sir Bradley Wiggins is joined by Daniel Lloyd and Graham Willgoss to discuss the latest action from La Vuelta ahead of a huge final week of the last Grand Tour of 2021.
    The team look back on Rafal Majka’s impressive and ultimately emotional dominant solo win in the mountains of Stage 15.
    Brad is not-so-quietly impressed by Odd Christian Eiking’s continued possession of the red jersey and suggests the Norwegian could end the next week with a podium finish, or perhaps more!
    There’s also a look at Egan Bernal and Adam Yates, and what lies ahead for the Ineos riders in the remaining stages of the race.
    Elsewhere, the Bretagne Classic took place on Sunday with Tadej Pogacar’s return to racing following the Olympics.
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    • 30 min
    The great La Vuelta re-cap | Red is Roglic's to lose

    The great La Vuelta re-cap | Red is Roglic's to lose

    Sir Bradley Wiggins is joined by Orla Chennaoui and Graham Willgoss to get right up to speed with the Vuelta a España after Brad's time away at the Tour de France and Tokyo.
    Brad's backing an unrecognisably relaxed Primoz Roglic to make it three Vuelta victories in a row, and says his Jumbo-Visma team "might as well be in the jersey, because they're riding like they have it". 
    Rogla seems happy to attack the last week, says Brad, but must now show his hand in the mountains to take the lead back from Odd Christian Eiking. 
    Orla, meanwhile, is enjoying the new Jumbo leader's new laidback style: "He's perceptively giggled twice [in interviews], and it's an odd thing to listen to, because he's usually so monosyllabic!" 
    In another Grand Tour that is not going Ineos's way, there's a warning from Brad not to write off Egan Bernal too quickly. Praise, too, for the calm head on young Tom Pidcock's shoulders after his Olympic gold and his focus on the road ahead. 
    Plus, the trio pick over Fabio Jakobsen's extraordinary reaction to being dropped by his Deceuninck–Quick-Step sprint train. 
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    • 44 min

Customer Reviews

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690 Ratings

690 Ratings

olivetree88 ,

Fantastic show

Brilliant podcast, this is definitely one of the best podcasts out there. Bradley is so honest, respectful and insightful. A superb listen. Thanks we should have to pay for it!!

CelentialDonkey ,

Great Show

Briilliant podcast. The insight of Bradley on the things we’d never know is brilliant. His relationship with other riders is stuff we never hear or read about. And the episode with Bernie talking about Cav was excellent, “like a married couple” lol

saracen88 ,

Questionable

Great podcast but Orla can come across as very condescending at times

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