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It’s this week’s episode of Dan’s and my women’s cycling podcast.  Dan describes it:

Podcast 2014 Episode 5 – What’s the Capital of Delaware?

Hi everybody! This week Sarah and I recap the highlights and tragedies of the Omloop. We also ambitiously try to (kinda) follow Le Samyn semi-live while we record. We talk about the Track World Championships, including stellar performances from Kelly Druyts, Amy Cure, Sarah Hammer and more. We talk about Richmond worlds and a whole bunch of awards of the film type and other types as well! We get into a weird conversation about US state capitals and Sarah baselessly accuses Dan of lying, so of course Dan responds by accusing Sarah of lying about lying. See if you can spot who is telling the truth. Oh, and for those wondering, the Capital of Delaware is Dover, although Dan claims partial credit because there is actually a Wilmington in Delaware.(1:12:32 MIN / 69.64 MB)

Even if you don’t like podcasts, we have tons of videos, links, blogs and news in the post - click through to our blog to see what we talked about (and some stuff we didn’t get around to)

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500m podium, 2014 Track World Championships

via 2014 #trackworlds - Day 2 - Cycling Australia - Track | Facebook

1.   Miriam Welte, Germany, 0:00:33.451
2.   Anna Meares, Australia, 33.548
3.   Anastasiia Voinova, Russia, 33.789
4.   Lisandra Guerra Rodriguez, Cuba, 33.845
5.   Elis Ligtlee, Netherlands, 33.909
6.   Wai Sze Lee, Hong Kong, 33.983
7.   Becky James, Great Britain, 34.021
8.   Sandie Clair, France, 34.097
9.   Tania Calvo Barbero, Spain, 34.157
10. Vicky Williamson, Great Britain, 34.305

Full results on Tissot

Gallery of photos from Day 2 of the Track World Championships on Cycling Australia’s facebook

500m podium, 2014 Track World Championships

via 2014 #trackworlds - Day 2 - Cycling Australia - Track | Facebook

1. Miriam Welte, Germany, 0:00:33.451
2. Anna Meares, Australia, 33.548
3. Anastasiia Voinova, Russia, 33.789
4. Lisandra Guerra Rodriguez, Cuba, 33.845
5. Elis Ligtlee, Netherlands, 33.909
6. Wai Sze Lee, Hong Kong, 33.983
7. Becky James, Great Britain, 34.021
8. Sandie Clair, France, 34.097
9. Tania Calvo Barbero, Spain, 34.157
10. Vicky Williamson, Great Britain, 34.305

Full results on Tissot

Gallery of photos from Day 2 of the Track World Championships on Cycling Australia’s facebook

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Miriam Welte, riding to win the 500m at the 2014 Track World Championships

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Miriam Welte, riding to win the 500m at the 2014 Track World Championships

via Bahnrad-WM 2014: Miriam Welte holt im 500-Meter-Zeitfahren den Titel

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Miriam Welte, riding to win the 500m at the 2014 Track World Championships

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Miriam Welte, riding to win the 500m at the 2014 Track World Championships

via British women extend team pursuit reign at track cycling Worlds)

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LIVE Day 2 2014 Track World Championships, Cali, Colombia (by ucichannel)

Full video re-play of Day 2 of the 2014 Track World Championships - if it’s geo-restricted, add tunnelbear and set yourself to Spain or Sweden

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Interview M.Welte - Women’s 500m T T Gold Medalist - 2014 Track World Championships, Cali, Colombia (by ucichannel)

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Women’s 500m T T Gold Medalist - 2014 Track World Championships, Cali, Colombia (by ucichannel)

Videos of the 2014 Track World Championships 500m

Silver medal ride:

Bronze medal ride:

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Team Sprint podium, 2014 Track World Championships

via Tissot Timing

1.   Germany (Miriam Welte & Kristina Vogel), 0:00:32.440
2.   China (Junhong Lin & Tianshi Zhong), 33.239
3.   Great Britain (Jess Varnish & Becky James)
4.   Russia (Elena Brezhniva & Anastasiia Voinova)
5.   France (Sandie Clair & Virginie Cueff)
6.   Spain (Tania Calvo Barbero & Helena Casas Roige)
7.   Colombia (Diana Maria Garcia Orrego & Juliana Gaviria)
8.   Ukraine (Olena Starikova & Olena Tsos)
9.   Mexico (Frany Maria Fong Echevarria & Daniela Gaxiola Gonzalez Luz)
10. Japan (Takako Ishii & Yuka Kobayashi)

Team Sprint podium, 2014 Track World Championships

via Tissot Timing

1. Germany (Miriam Welte & Kristina Vogel), 0:00:32.440
2. China (Junhong Lin & Tianshi Zhong), 33.239
3. Great Britain (Jess Varnish & Becky James)
4. Russia (Elena Brezhniva & Anastasiia Voinova)
5. France (Sandie Clair & Virginie Cueff)
6. Spain (Tania Calvo Barbero & Helena Casas Roige)
7. Colombia (Diana Maria Garcia Orrego & Juliana Gaviria)
8. Ukraine (Olena Starikova & Olena Tsos)
9. Mexico (Frany Maria Fong Echevarria & Daniela Gaxiola Gonzalez Luz)
10. Japan (Takako Ishii & Yuka Kobayashi)

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Kristina Vogel and Miriam Welte, after winning gold in the Team Sprint, 2014 Track World Championships

via Teamsprinterinnen Vogel und Welte holen WM-Titel - Mehr Sport - sportschau.de

Kristina Vogel and Miriam Welte, after winning gold in the Team Sprint, 2014 Track World Championships

via Teamsprinterinnen Vogel und Welte holen WM-Titel - Mehr Sport - sportschau.de

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Interview K.Vogel & M.Welte - Womens Team Sprint Winners - 2014 UCI Track Worlds - by ucichannel

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Women’s Team Sprint Gold Final - 2014 UCI Track Worlds - by ucichannel

1. Germany (Miriam Welte & Kristina Vogel), 0:00:32.440
2. China (Junhong Lin & Tianshi Zhong), 33.239
3. Great Britain (Jess Varnish & Becky James)
4. Russia (Elena Brezhniva & Anastasiia Voinova)
5. France (Sandie Clair & Virginie Cueff)
6. Spain (Tania Calvo Barbero & Helena Casas Roige)
7. Colombia (Diana Maria Garcia Orrego & Juliana Gaviria)
8. Ukraine (Olena Starikova & Olena Tsos)
9. Mexico (Frany Maria Fong Echevarria & Daniela Gaxiola Gonzalez Luz)
10. Japan (Takako Ishii & Yuka Kobayashi)

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500m podium, Guadalajara Track World Cup, January 2014
via Tissot Timing
1. Anastasiia Voinova, Russia, 0:00:33.645 2. Miriam Welte, Germany, 33.736 3. Wai Sze Lee, Hong Kong, 33.928 4. Tania Calvo Barbero, Spain, 33.980 5. Lisandra Guerra Rodriguez, Cuba, 34.158 6. Sandie Clair, France, 34.242 7. Victoria Williamson, Great Britain, 34.251 8. Jingjing Shi, China, 34.693 9. Stephanie Morton, Australia, 34.805 10. Junhong Lin, Max Success, 34.822
Full results

500m podium, Guadalajara Track World Cup, January 2014

via Tissot Timing

1. Anastasiia Voinova, Russia, 0:00:33.645
2. Miriam Welte, Germany, 33.736
3. Wai Sze Lee, Hong Kong, 33.928
4. Tania Calvo Barbero, Spain, 33.980
5. Lisandra Guerra Rodriguez, Cuba, 34.158
6. Sandie Clair, France, 34.242
7. Victoria Williamson, Great Britain, 34.251
8. Jingjing Shi, China, 34.693
9. Stephanie Morton, Australia, 34.805
10. Junhong Lin, Max Success, 34.822

Full results