Category: This Week’s Whys

This Week’s Whys #3

Spanish racing has roared into life (hey Tadej Pogacar!) but it’s rumours from Denmark that dominated the week. Meanwhile, a first pro win in Australia… Why have Jakob Fuglsang and Alexey Lutsenko been in the news? At the start of the week, a cycling anti-doping foundation (CADF) report detailing an alleged link between two Astana

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This Week’s Whys #2

As predicted in my last post, Richie Porte justified favouritism at a slightly curious Tour Down Under (okay, that’s not quite what I predicted). Here are more questions from the world of pro cycling. Why did Richie Porte lose his streak of Willunga Hill victories? Objectively speaking, this Tour Down Under was one of Porte’s

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This Week’s Whys #1

The new pro cycling season has pumped its tyres, oiled its chain, and headed for the road. Here are four things we’ve all been asking this week. Or maybe just me. Why is Richie Porte favourite for the Town Down Under? The obvious answer is an equation which looks a little like: Willunga Hill +

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