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VN podcast, ep. 19: British Cycling’s medical mysteries, Strade Bianche

We try to unravel Team GB's medical mysteries, reflect on a classic edition of Strade Bianche, and blow some hot air about Paris-Nice crosswinds.

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Welcome to the VeloNews cycling podcast, where we discuss the latest trends, news, and controversies in the world of cycling.

A box of testosterone patches and dozens of vials of a corticosteroid are the latest potential clues in British Cycling’s ongoing medical mystery series, which remains unresolved. Will Dave Brailsford still be at Sky by the Tour de France? What exactly was going on at British Cycling in 2011? Fred Dreier, Caley Fretz and European Correspondent Andrew Hood discuss the controversy.

But first, the three dig into a rainy and thrilling Strade Bianche and wild, windswept opener to Paris-Nice.

If you like what you hear, subscribe to the VeloNews podcast on iTunes, Stitcher, and Google Play. Also, check out the VeloNews Fast Talk training podcast with Trevor Connor and Fretz.