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Julie Leth Blog: One of the most important people in my life

Posted by on Aug 18, 2017 in Features, Julie Leth Blog | 0 comments

Julie Leth Blog: One of the most important people in my life

I have had this blog lying on my desktop for quite a while, and since my sister is leaving to study a semester in San Diego, while I’m busy riding a World Tour race in Sweden, I figured now was a good time. So here’s a non cycling related blog, about one of the most important people in my life! Not too long ago, my sister told me, my 12-year-old cousin made a school project about me. The assignment had to be about a famous Dane. The choice was made between me and the singer Mø. I can’t say I wasn’t flattered she chose me. My sister...

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Mayuko Hagiwara Blog: Hot Summer Recovery

Posted by on Aug 15, 2017 in Features, Mayuko Hagiwara Blog | 0 comments

Mayuko Hagiwara Blog: Hot Summer Recovery

Hello everyone. The hot summer continues, how is it going? I have been able to realise the recovery of my physical condition from the end of July in real sense, and I am able to return to training, although it is little by little. I think that I was in a very good position that I had time to return home temporarily for recovery to my home in Japan. To such a case, I am very thankful for the team’s understanding. This season, in which I was forced to withdraw from competition for a long time due to poor physical condition, was very...

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Amy Cure Blog: My favourite recipes

Posted by on Aug 15, 2017 in Amy Cure Blog, Features | 0 comments

Amy Cure Blog: My favourite recipes

As a professional athlete your diet plays a huge role in training. It’s important to be putting the right food in your body so that you can get out of your body what you need. When your body does not get the nutrients it needs, your immune system can become weak and your risk of illness will increase. When you’re putting the right food and nutrients in your body you will find yourself having more energy, gaining more muscles and recover even faster after exercise. So here are a few of my super easy favourite training...

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Amy Roberts Blog: Trying to avoid the rain clouds!

Posted by on Aug 14, 2017 in Amy Roberts Blog, Features | 0 comments

Amy Roberts Blog: Trying to avoid the rain clouds!

Having not had so many races the last few weeks it has meant a lot of time spent at home and many hours spent trying to avoid the rain clouds.. which recently has been pretty impossible. Times like these make being a cyclist living in Britain not the easiest things… I really can’t remember the last time i went out without wearing my waterproof, and not just for light showers but for constant heavens open type of rain. I can say it really does make me want to pack up and move somewhere where the sun does shine more than once in a blue...

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Elisa Longo Borghini Blog: “mai perdere l’ abitudine”

Posted by on Aug 11, 2017 in Elisa Longo Borghini Blog, Features | 0 comments

Elisa Longo Borghini Blog: “mai perdere l’ abitudine”

Ciao a tutti! Come i mesi passati, vi racconto un po’ cosa sta succedendo in questo periodo. Luglio è stato veramente ricco di appuntamenti: Il Giro Rosa e La Course hanno portato via tante energie ma mi hanno regalato anche tante belle soddisfazioni.  Al Giro sono arrivata seconda dopo una bellissima prestazione di squadra. Questo mio piazzamento è dedicato davvero tutto alle mie compagne che hanno lavorato molto per me durante questi dieci tappe. Appena il tempo per posare le valigie in casa e sono ripartita ( “mai perdere...

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Emma Johansson Blog: Our house becoming our HOME

Posted by on Aug 9, 2017 in Emma Johansson Blog, Features | 0 comments

Emma Johansson Blog: Our house becoming our HOME

Sitting in the car outside the airport awaiting Martin.  He’s coming back from a race, another race as a Sports Director for Wiggle High5. Last year it was the other way around and I can’t make up my mind whether I like this new role change that we have done or not. To be more at home this year has it’s advantages and our home (that we bought in February last year) is really becoming HOME. I/we have had some time to renovate and that really helps making it ours. To give you an idea about what we have been up to I have...

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Anna Sanchis Blog: A falta de pan, buenas son tortas…

Posted by on Aug 8, 2017 in Anna Sanchis Blog, Features | 0 comments

Anna Sanchis Blog: A falta de pan, buenas son tortas…

A falta de pan, buenas son tortas…o eso dicen. Pues con esta frase me quedo yo este verano. Con ganas de coger la bici, pero no es lo más aconsejable, así que me conformaré con un poquito de rodillo por la mañana para mover las piernas y así quitarme el “mono”.  No es lo mismo, ni punto de comparación, pero hay que cuidarse y cuidar al bebé.  Ya va quedando menos para la fecha del parto, espero dar a luz en unas semanas y aunque en realidad ya estamos en la recta final y no es mucho tiempo, a mí se me están...

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Giorgia Bronzini Blog: Il mese di Luglio e’ l’esplosione dell’estate

Posted by on Aug 7, 2017 in Features, Giorgia Bronzini Blog | 0 comments

Giorgia Bronzini Blog: Il mese di Luglio e’ l’esplosione dell’estate

Cari lettori, Il mese di Luglio e’ l’esplosione dell’estate, e di sicuro per questo uno dei miei mesi preferiti, in particolare perché c’è il giro d’ Italia per noi Donne, una gara a tappe di 10 giorni con percorsi misti ma quasi sempre caratterizzati da un gran caldo e io, come molti di voi sanno, lo adoro! Quest’ anno il giro mi ha portato 2 terzi posti personali, ma un grande lavoro di squadra ha permesso a Elisa di fare 2a in classifica generale, ed e’ stato per tutti noi un risultato sudato ma...

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Emilia Fahlin Blog: A July in the mountains!

Posted by on Aug 4, 2017 in Emilia Fahlin Blog, Features | 0 comments

Emilia Fahlin Blog: A July in the mountains!

I’ve been spending a fair share of the month of July up in Livingno, in the mountains in north of Italy! This is one of my absolute favourite places for training, and I’ve always spent a block here in the season the past few years. Last year my final reparation for the Rio Olympics was done there, and I came off it super good and learnt that my body and mind really take something good from this! It is on high altitude, 1800 meters, so it impacts the training and intensity a bit, but I think I’ve worked out a good balance with...

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Julie Leth Blog: My Scandinavian Summer

Posted by on Aug 3, 2017 in Features, Julie Leth Blog | 0 comments

Julie Leth Blog: My Scandinavian Summer

August is probably the month I have been looking most forward to this year. I will be spending most of it in Scandinavia. Starting out with the European Road Championships in Herning, Denmark, this week. Putting the national kit on is always a special feeling, but even better, when racing in your home country. Herning is only an hour away from Aarhus, where I live, and having my friends and family on the side-line will be really special. Last time I wore the national kit, was at the Worlds in Doha. We all know, how that went. Back then, we...

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