The Giro d'Italia just keeps getting better and more exciting, unlike the Cyclingnews podcast, which has miraculously made it to its 12th recording. Will it be unlucky 13? We'll find out next week.
But this week, Cyclingnews' Daniel Benson and BikeRadar's Jeff Jones are joined by a fly on the wall as they discuss relatively recent developments in the Giro d'Italia. Up until stage 10, that is. Danilo Di Luca's incredible form, the farce that was stage 9, our top three podium picks and looking forward to stage 12, which annoyingly has just been run. Were we right? You'll have to download 20 minutes of podcast to find out.
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- May 21: Giro d'Italia and more Giro d'Italia. And Astana.
- May 14: Giro d'Italia, Tom Boonen and cocaine, Alejandro Valverde's ban and where to for Astana?
- May 7: Giro d'Italia and more Giro d'Italia, Astana's woes, Gila domination, Romandie and back to the Giro
- May 1: Davide Rebellin's positive, Liege-Bastogne-Liege, Trentino, Gila, Romandie, Lance Armstrong's Twitter growth and swine flu
- April 24: Amstel Gold and the Ardennes classics, Tyler Hamilton, Theo Bos, no mention of Heinrich Haussler at all
- April 15: Paris-Roubaix - full analysis including Heinrich Haussler, Lance Armstrong vs the French anti-doping agency and crazy theories
- April 9: Tour of Flanders, Heinrich Haussler's return to form, Ghent-Wevelgem, Bob Stapleton air time and Paris-Roubaix
- April 1: E3 Prijs, Heinrich Haussler's form slump, track worlds and Lance's metal implants
- March 26: Jens Voigt, Milan-San Remo, Mark Cavendish, Heinrich Haussler, David Millar, Lance Armstrong and the track worlds
- March 19: Tour de France teams, Paris-Nice, Tirreno-Adriatico, Milan-San Remo preview and Heinrich Haussler
- March 12: Paris-Nice mid-race, Tirreno-Adriatico preview and Heinrich Haussler
- March 5: Valverde summonsed, Belgian opening weekend and Heinrich Haussler