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Julie Leth Blog

Julie Leth Blog: Spanish Lessons!

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

Julie Leth Blog: Spanish Lessons!

After spending a lot of time in Girona the past 3 years, I finally decided it was time for me, to start taking Spanish lessons. I do not know, why I have been postponing it for so long. I kept debating with myself; Should I learn Catalan or Spanish? How would I make it work, with all the travelling? Always making up excuses, when I actually did find it a bit rude, to spend so much time in a country, without trying to learn the language. In the end I found out, my neighbour teaches languages, and she offered me to do Skype lessons, when I am...

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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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Julie Leth Blog: My #High5Moment

Posted by on Apr 26, 2018 in Features, Julie Leth Blog | 0 comments

Julie Leth Blog: My #High5Moment

19th of April was National High-Five day. It got me thinking about celebrating the small wins in everyday life. When did you last high-five someone? I did it just a few days ago. I told myself, I would do 50 air-squats a day (just because…). My partner, Lasse, offered to do them with me. So we did. I am not going to lie. This is not a big work-out, it barely takes five minutes. Non the less, when we were done, we high-fived. Well, it was more like multiple high- and low-fives. I remember how it made me smile, and spread a bit of feel-good...

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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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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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Julie Leth Blog: Perfecting the leadout train in China

Posted by on May 15, 2017 in Features, Julie Leth Blog | 0 comments

Julie Leth Blog: Perfecting the leadout train in China

After a month of no racing, I headed to China with the team. I was excited to start racing again. We put the punchy steep climbs of the classics behind us, and got ready for three flat days. I have not yet done a stage in Tour of Chongming Island which has not ended up in a bunch sprint. Furthermore, with two important time bonus sprints in each stage, we had three sprints a day. We don’t get that many opportunities in a season to do full team leadouts, so China is the perfect place to practice. Stage 1 didn’t pan out the way we had hoped....

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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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Julie Leth Blog: Process

Posted by on Mar 1, 2017 in Julie Leth Blog | 0 comments

Julie Leth Blog: Process

In January I flew to Australia to meet up with Wiggle High5 for the first time. After spending the last 3,5 years with Hitec Products, I needed a new challenge. I was both excited and nervous. As we sat down for our first team meeting, our DS Donna did not mention anything about results. She started talking process. Something I always worked with, but somehow seemed to have forgotten. She reminded me, how important it is to think about process. I am going to remind myself to think more about that this season, and I am confident it is going to...

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