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Every year, Daniel gives the Tour de France a rating of one to five wine glasses according to how good the race has been. The precise formula is, as you'd expect, a closely guarded secret but in this episode Daniel explains his mark for the 2022 Tour.
We look back at the battle between Jonas Vingegaard and Tadej Pogačar and ask whether it is the beginning of a long-running rivalry or whether the Slovenian will be back on top next year. We discuss why the racing was so intense – was it just the Wout van Aert factor or was there more to it? And while it was a classic edition of the race, we talk about why the Tour still lags behind the Giro in an aesthetic sense.
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