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Podcast: Special Tour(s) edition with the first Canadian to crack the top 10

An extended interview covering the nearly forgotten 1984 Tour de France Féminin where Canadian riders distinguished themselves, and a look to this year’s Grande Boucle and Giro Rosa

Podcast Episode 120

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When you think of this country’s pioneering riders in the Tour de France, you probably think of Steve Bauer and Alex Stieda. But 35 years ago, six Canadians—Marilyn Trout (née Wells), Kelly-Ann Way, Suzanne Lemieux, Hilary Brown (née Matte), Senta Bauermeister and Jacqueline Shaw—not only rode the Tour de France Féminin but distinguished themselves in that event. Trout, the group’s historian, looks back at the group’s accomplishments.

Read the Canadian Cycling Magazine feature on the six Canadian women who completed in the 1984 Tour de France Feminin.

In Full Send/No Send, editor Matthew Pioro and social media editor Dan Walker preview the 2019 Tour de France and the Giro Rosa (full name: Giro d’Italia Internazionale Femminile). Walker has a beef with the Giro Rosa.

Send in your ideas for Full Send/No Send and Ask a Coach to podcast@cyclingmagazine.ca

Image courtesy of Marilyn Trout

Podcast art by Maxine Gravina

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