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Features

Grace Garner Blog: Essex Giro

Posted by on Apr 25, 2017 in Features | 0 comments

Grace Garner Blog: Essex Giro

After a good block to start the season, Dottignies was my last race across the channel for about a month. It was nice to spend time with the team in Belgium again; but also I looked forward to going home for a little while. Without having any races with the team I thought I would take the opportunity to compete in the National series. The Essex Giro happened to fall perfectly into my schedule, and having won there last year I was really keen to go down and race. When I arrived I saw immediately how much the British scene has progressed since I...

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Nettie Edmondson Blog: Finding my feet

Posted by on Apr 24, 2017 in Features | 0 comments

Nettie Edmondson Blog: Finding my feet

Road racing is tough. Pelotons of up to two hundred riders, all fighting for position, all wanting that glorified win. Pot-holes, ‘road furniture’ and gravel add spice to the racing, let alone crosswinds, hills or slippery descents. When I flew to Europe in February, I knew what I was in for. The first few races were exactly that; tough. It’s one thing to train hard, but it’s another to be race fit, which is why I headed over to Europe as early as I could. I wanted to start racing at the same time as the rest of the peloton in order to...

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Giorgia Bronzini Blog: Ho scelto di continuare a vivere con passione!

Posted by on Apr 11, 2017 in Features, Giorgia Bronzini (ITA) Blog | 0 comments

Giorgia Bronzini Blog: Ho scelto di continuare a vivere con passione!

Cari lettori, Questo mese vi parlerò di una mia scelta, molto criticata, ma fortunatamente anche condivisa e supportata dalle persone che mi vogliono bene! Come molti di voi sanno facevo parte del Corpo Forestale dello Stato, e dai primi di gennaio 2017 per lo stato italiano, La Forestale non esiste più e c’e’ stata una fusione con il Corpo militare dei Carabinieri, questi ha fatto si che anche il gruppo sportivo passasse alla direzione dell’ arma dei Carabinieri! Il gruppo sportivo dei Carabinieri non ha alcuni sport, tra...

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Julie Leth Blog: The difference a year makes

Posted by on Apr 7, 2017 in Features, Julie Leth Blog | 0 comments

Julie Leth Blog: The difference a year makes

Lining up for Ronde van Drenthe, I was more nervous than usually. Last year’s edition was not a great experience for me. In June 2015, I crashed, and was out the rest of the season. I started my 2016 season in Australia, but Drenthe was one of my first spring races. Until then, I had felt fine being back in the bunch. Not awesome, but okay. I guess the thrill of racing meant I was not thinking much; I was just so happy to race! In Drenthe this changed. I found myself at the very back of the bunch. I felt paralysed. I was stressed, and all my...

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Amy Roberts Blog: Time for a break

Posted by on Apr 7, 2017 in Amy Roberts (GBR) Blog, Features | 0 comments

Amy Roberts Blog: Time for a break

It’s been a busy start to the season for me with a lot of time living out of a bag in hotels and not much time at home. Sometimes it’s hard being away for long periods of time, but with the Wiggle High5 girls and staff it does make it easier. We always make sure there’s some downtime but also time to just chill, catch up on some normal things, and have some fun together. I think being away a lot definitely makes time go quicker, i can’t believe we’re in April already!! So, like I said it’s time for a bit of a break (from racing...

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Elisa Longo Borghini Blog: La Mia Primavera

Posted by on Apr 6, 2017 in Elisa Longo Borghini Blog | 0 comments

Elisa Longo Borghini Blog: La Mia Primavera

Ciao a tutti,  Vi aggiorno un po’ su ciò sul mio mese di marzo e sull’ inizio di aprile. Quando vi ho scritto da Siena non potevo immaginare che poche ore dopo avrei vinto Strade Bianche. Per me è stata una grandissima soddisfazione! Non capita spesso di vincere una gara così spettacolare nel proprio Paese e con la famiglia al completo ad aspettarti all’ arrivo. Oltre alla vittoria ho portato a casa anche la maglia di leader del World Tour, che ho tenuto fino al Giro delle Fiandre che ho corso domenica e dove sono...

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Anna Sanchis Blog: Sobre ciclismo y embarazo…

Posted by on Apr 6, 2017 in Anna Sanchis Blog | 0 comments

Anna Sanchis Blog: Sobre ciclismo y embarazo…

Tras el anuncio de mi embarazo el pasado mes de marzo, sois muchos y muchas los   que me habéis preguntado sobre la posibilidad de seguir practicando ciclismo durante los meses de gestación, así que me he animado a contaros como está siendo mi experiencia....

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Lucy Garner Blog: What a race day looks like…. (Dottignies)

Posted by on Apr 5, 2017 in Lucy Garner Blog | 0 comments

Lucy Garner Blog: What a race day looks like…. (Dottignies)

The race started at 14:00 and as I was already in Belgium with the team I thought it was good to spin the legs out on the rollers.  I’m actually not really a breakfast person (bad, I know) but food is fuel so I had some porridge with strawberries and a bit of honey.  On the way to the race. Love having my sister in the team with me! Teamwork. Nettie helping Grace pin her number on.  And the WINNER IS…. Our very own Belgian...

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Mayuko Hagiwara Blog: From Germany to Italy

Posted by on Apr 5, 2017 in Mayuko Hagiwara (JPN) Blog | 0 comments

Mayuko Hagiwara Blog: From Germany to Italy

I was sick while I was in the Spanish race in early March [Setmana Valenciana] and because my condition was not good, in March I had to miss a few races. I was sorry that my illness meant that I could not continue to contribute to the team. However, since the season has not ended, I pledged to return to my European base, regenerate my condition again and return to the races as a stronger person. From this year I have moved my European base from Germany, where I spent the past three seasons, to Italy. It was extremely difficult to make a...

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Grace Garner Blog: Current Reads

Posted by on Apr 4, 2017 in Features, Grace Garner Blog | 0 comments

Grace Garner Blog: Current Reads

Being on the move all the time it’s always handy to have a good book for the plane journey or for the hours of sitting with your feet up resting before a big race. Since I was young I’ve loved reading and I always have at least one book on the go. I normally read one fiction and one non-fiction. At the minute I’m reading Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell and also The Bedside Book of Psychology: From perception to personality by Christian Jarrett and Joannah Ginsburg. Having something light-hearted/ a romance is always good as you can...

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