The French "open arms" at Tour de France

EWN Sport reporter Morena Mothupi is following the Tour de France this week. Speaking on SportsTalk he said that although they had some difficulties with logistics, the locals en route are welcoming and are excited to have South Africans at the tour.

It becomes difficult when you’re not good with their language and they're not good with yours, but the food is amazing!

Morena Mothupi, EWN Sport

Team MTN-Qhubeka riders have performed above expectation at Tour de France and Mothupi says the mood in the camp reflects that. This is after Brit Steve Cummings won the 14th stage on Saturday, Mandela Day...

Listen to Morena's chat with Marc Lewis on SportsTalk below...

Mothupi also gave an update on Weekend Breakfast this Sunday, hours after MTN Qhubeka rider Steven Cummings made history on stage 14 of the Tour de France picking up the team’s first ever stage in the Tour de France on Mandela Day.

Listen to Morena's conversation with Africa Melane below:

For more updates fo**llow @EWNSport or #EWNonTour**


This article first appeared on 702 : The French "open arms" at Tour de France


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