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Kirsten Wild Blog: Nog 52km…

Posted by on Sep 21, 2018 in Kirsten Wild Blog | 0 comments

Kirsten Wild Blog: Nog 52km…

En dan zitten de wedstrijdkilometers voor m’n wegteam Wiggle-High5 erop… Soms ben ik aan het aftellen naar het eind van het seizoen, maar dit jaar heb ik het wel naar m’n zin en zou ik nog wel even doorkunnen.  Vraag me dat na het WK ploegentijdrit van as zondag nog maar eens… Dan zal ik er vast anders over denken. Maar zin heb ik er wel in! 52km afzien. Van start tot finish. De kuiten van de renster voor me bekijken, hopen dat ze nog even doortrekt en wachten op het ‘elleboogje’ voor ik aan mijn 20 seconden kan...

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Nettie Edmondson Blog: A real Challenge in Madrid

Posted by on Sep 18, 2018 in Nettie Edmondson Blog | 0 comments

Nettie Edmondson Blog: A real Challenge in Madrid

It’s 1:05 in the morning and I can’t sleep. We just raced Challenge Madrid and my mind won’t stop ticking. What a whirlwind of a race. a 12.6km TTT, followed by a 100km circuit race. Our TTT was great. Despite a serious lack of training, our team did so well together. We barely lost any time on the technical sections and the girls finished off a strong ride to end up 2nd. I dropped with around 1.5km to go after a final pull and was happy to finally feel like I could contribute ‘something’ to the team. I was certainly the weak...

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Elinor Barker Blog: La Course

Posted by on Sep 17, 2018 in Elinor Barker Blog | 0 comments

Elinor Barker Blog: La Course

To describe to you my race at La Course this year, you could easily assume that I had a horrible day out.  A crash in the early, frantic stages of the race led to spending the next 60km in and out of the convoy. Trying as hard as I could to make touch with the ever-decreasing peloton, just in time for another attack to send me right back into the cars.  By the halfway point of the 120km race I was a goner, and any dreams of finishing in the bunch were long forgotten. I found myself in a group of 10 or so equally exhausted or bloodied...

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Emilia Fahlin Blog: 7 reasons why candy is better in Sweden

Posted by on Sep 14, 2018 in Emilia Fahlin Blog | 0 comments

Emilia Fahlin Blog: 7 reasons why candy is better in Sweden

One of the things I miss the most, when I am away from Sweden is the pick and mix lollies, that we used to only get on Saturdays when I was a kid, but lets be honest nowadays I will buy a little bit more often when home! Here’s 7 reasons why:   It is cheaper than food  When you have pick and mix, you only get exactly the pieces you want, and not a bag-fill out ones you’d never pick yourself There is a big variety compared to other countries in the selecion, we have hundreds and hundreds of different...

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Katie Archibald Blog: One of the bigger small things I could do better…

Posted by on Sep 13, 2018 in Katie Archibald Blog | 0 comments

Katie Archibald Blog: One of the bigger small things I could do better…

There’s lots of small things I could do better as a cyclist. There’s probably lots of big things I could do better as a human being, but that’s for a different blog. Let’s stick to cycling…  I could go to bed earlier. I could do core exercises every day. I could stretch more. But one of the bigger small things I could do is eat better. In fact, now we’re reflecting on it, eating – something we all do pretty much every single day throughout the day all our lives until we die – is maybe quite a big thing. I think...

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Audrey Cordon-Ragot Blog: Planning des vacances, j’ai besoin d’aide!

Posted by on Sep 12, 2018 in Audrey Cordon-Ragot Blog | 0 comments

Audrey Cordon-Ragot Blog: Planning des vacances, j’ai besoin d’aide!

A l’heure où beaucoup d’entre vous sont en pleine rentrée des classes, regardant avec nostalgie vos photos estivales les pieds dans le sable, il est temps pour nous cyclistes de penser à nos futures vacances! En effet l’été étant synonyme pour nous de courses à étapes, déshydratation et fatigue intense, l’arrivée du mois d’Octobre s’approche et chacun de nous sens venir le doux parfum du temps en famille… de la coupure quoi! Comme ça, cela semble simple, mais pour moi c’est le casse-tête qui commence : où et...

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Amy Cure Blog: Crazy Months

Posted by on Sep 7, 2018 in Amy Cure Blog, Features | 0 comments

Amy Cure Blog: Crazy Months

This month has been crazy busy for me. I’ve had lots of wedding planning cramming, as well as trying to qualify on the Track World Championships and competing with the Wiggle High5 girls around Europe. This has been really stressful for myself, and at times even having me questioning myself.  This year has been by far the hardest year in my professional cycling career. I started the year with a clear goal in my head. Firstly, I wanted to win Commonwealth Games Gold Medals. I also had another big moment to look forward to, GETTING...

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Lisa Brennauer Blog: „Wow, er ist wunderschön“

Posted by on Sep 6, 2018 in Features, Lisa Brennauer Blog | 0 comments

Lisa Brennauer Blog: „Wow, er ist wunderschön“

Endlich darf ich ihn in meinen Händen halten. Lange hatte ich auf den Moment gewartet und jetzt habe ich ihn.  Ich habe Massage bei Jonas, unserem Masseur und gestern erst habe ich ihm noch erzählt wie viel es mir bedeutet, dass ich dieses Jahr nach mehreren dritten und zweiten Plätzen seit längerer Zeit endlich wieder Deutsche Meisterin im Einzelzeitfahren geworden bin. Das Team hat zusammen mit Champion System einen wunderschönen Zeitfahranzug entworfen und bei der Holland Ladies Tour darf ich ihn tragen. Jonas hat den Anzug auf...

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Rachele Barbieri Blog: Dopo un mesetto senza gare su strada…

Posted by on Sep 6, 2018 in Features, Rachele Barbieri Blog | 0 comments

Rachele Barbieri Blog: Dopo un mesetto senza gare su strada…

Helloo!! Finalmente, dopo un mesetto senza gare su strada, è arrivato il momento di riattaccare in numero!! Sono molto felice di prendere parte al LottoTour in quanto sarà la mia prima partecipazione! Domani inizieremo con il prologo di 3.66km per poi passare a tre giorni di gare (quasi tutte su circuiti- non troppo lunghi??!!). Dopo un periodo di gare su pista, da cui non sono rimasta molto soddisfatta, spero di portarmi a casa qualche soddisfazione per chiudere al meglio quest’annata in Wiggle High5. Questa, infatti, sarà per me...

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Julie Leth Blog: Back riding in circles

Posted by on Sep 5, 2018 in Features, Julie Leth Blog | 0 comments

Julie Leth Blog: Back riding in circles

When I was younger, I used to ride the track a lot, but the past few years, my main focus has been on the road. However, with the Madison being named a new Olympic event, I thought it was time, to get back into it. I started slowly last winter, with some 6-days and smaller World Cups, trying to gain points for Denmark to qualify for the World Championships. At this point I was still unaware if there would be a Danish women’s Madison project heading into Tokyo, but I was hoping. One thing was for sure; riding the track, felt like coming home...

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