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Fuglsang’s class, Bernal’s promise and Roglic’s resolve - Romandie Podcast

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Primoz Roglic (LottoNL-Jumbo) stays in the overall lead after placing second in the stage 3 time trial at Tour de Romandie

Primoz Roglic (LottoNL-Jumbo) stays in the overall lead after placing second in the stage 3 time trial at Tour de Romandie
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Bernal attacks Roglic during stage 4 in Romandie

Bernal attacks Roglic during stage 4 in Romandie
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Roglic beats Bernal into second during stage 4 at Romandie

Roglic beats Bernal into second during stage 4 at Romandie
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Richie Porte in the bunch during stage 4 at Tour de Romandie

Richie Porte in the bunch during stage 4 at Tour de Romandie
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Jakob Fuglsang rides to victory during stage 4 in Romandie

Jakob Fuglsang rides to victory during stage 4 in Romandie
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In our final instalment of the Cyclingnews podcast from the Tour de Romandie, we hear from stage 4 winner Jakob Fuglsang (Astana) and climbing sensation Egan Bernal (Team Sky). With one stage to go, Primoz Roglic (LottoNL-Jumbo) leads Bernal by eight seconds, with last year’s winner Richie Porte (BMC Racing) rounding out the podium.

Philippa York and Cyclingnews editor Daniel Benson look back at Saturday’s key mountain stage and analyse the performances from the top GC riders. We discuss why Fuglsang has enjoyed such a successful 12 months, where BMC’s Rohan Dennis and Richie Porte go from here, and the future of Bernal and Roglic's Grand Tour ambitions. We also hear from the Colombian and Fuglsang, before concluding our final podcast from this year’s race.

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