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Claudia Lichtenberg Blog

Claudia Lichtenberg Blog: The treasure of being an international team

Posted by on Aug 1, 2017 in Claudia Lichtenberg Blog, Features | 0 comments

Claudia Lichtenberg Blog: The treasure of being an international team

Breakfast: Audrey dips her bread with butter and jam into her coffee. Incredible! But just French. For her it’s the absolutely normal way to start her day. In our team we have ten different nationalities: Australia, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Japan, Spain, and Sweden. Our team language is English, though I’m sure that our native speakers have their doubts sometimes. In the end we mix in a lot of expressions from other languages. Maybe it’s a bit like our own Team-Mix-Language. But I think that we always...

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Claudia Lichtenberg Blog: My last Giro Rosa

Posted by on Jul 1, 2017 in Claudia Lichtenberg Blog, Features | 0 comments

Claudia Lichtenberg Blog: My last Giro Rosa

It is the first day of the Giro today and I’m so excited! Excited to race, exited to be with my team and excited to race Giro Rosa with my team! When I think in this stage race I get a very special feeling. All my career the Giro was a highlight in my calendar. My first time, in 2007, I came here to support Edita Pucinskaite to take Rosa. The feeling to win with her as a team was absolutely amazing. One year later I won a stage and the white jersey and I still thought that an overall win for myself would be very far away and maybe possible...

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Claudia Lichtenberg Blog: The mountains are my home

Posted by on Jun 1, 2017 in Claudia Lichtenberg Blog | 0 comments

Claudia Lichtenberg Blog: The mountains are my home

Right now I’m in altitude training in the Dolomites. This is a place where your heart opens a bit more! I have no words to describe the beauty of this landscape. The first time that I came here was with the age of 10 months with my parents. They decided to escape with their toddler from the chaos of Oktoberfest in Munich, where we lived. For holiday we came back to the Dolomites almost every year. Maybe this is why it feels like a second home for me.  To come here for altitude training means more for me than just getting fit for the...

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Claudia Lichtenberg Blog: My Colnago C60

Posted by on Apr 28, 2017 in Claudia Lichtenberg Blog, Features | 0 comments

Claudia Lichtenberg Blog: My Colnago C60

By Claudia Lichtenberg „Am I allowed to touch your bike?“ or „Can I lift it?“ are questions that I get to hear very often since I ride my Colnago C60. When I do a short Coffee stop on my training lap, I can be sure that people will come to stand around my C60, watching it with biggest interest. Also people, who are not involved into cycling very much, directly recognize that the Colnago is a special bike. I think that many people know this big name and are excited to stand life in front of it. Actually I was a bit surprised how much...

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Claudia Lichtenberg Blog: Manchmal Zählt Nicht Nur Das Ergebnis

Posted by on Mar 28, 2017 in Claudia Lichtenberg Blog, Features | 0 comments

Claudia Lichtenberg Blog: Manchmal Zählt Nicht Nur Das Ergebnis

Normalerweise ist die Trofeo Alfredo Binda eines der selektivsten World-Tour-Rennen des Jahres. Gestern allerdings lief alles anders. Trotz der vielen Anstiege kam es zu einer Sprintentscheidung aus einem 25-köpfigen Fahrerfeld. Coryn Rivera siegte, meine Teamkollegin Elisa verteidigte die Gesamtführung der Women’s Word Tour mit einem neunten Platz. Ich freute mich riesig auf das Rennen, fühlte mich gut und fand schnell in den Renn-Flow, der so viel Freude macht. Elisa und ich blieben Seite an Seite und die anderen Mädels von Wiggle...

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