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Emma Pooley on tv tonight

I know that tons of you, like me, are so sad Emma Pooley announced her retirement this year, so this one’s for you….

I sometimes wonder, idly, what tv shows cyclists can do – retired track superstar… 470 more words


VeloVoices Awards 2014: Lifetime Achievement Award

After a day off, we’re back with the next of our 2014 VeloVoices Awards polls: the Lifetime Achievement Award. Nominations this year include both male and female riders, backroom staff and perhaps the most famous cycling fan of all. 568 more words


Women's sports and prize money

A few short links for you today, that are kind of related.

1.  If you’re in the UK, you might have seen a lot of things on various BBC sites on the different between prize money for women and men in the same sports.  170 more words

Women's Cycling

Haute Route Alps 2014 - Day 2

A two-week holiday without the bike turned into my off season. A break from the bike and a less-intentional break from blogging. Today my 2015 season begins with a zone 3 session, aimed at clawing back aerobic capacity lost in the last couple of weeks. 375 more words

Haute Route

Third Time Lucky as Armitstead Takes Gold

After winning Silver in the Delhi Commonwealth Games in 2010 as well as the London Olympics two years ago, it seemed only natural that Lizzie Armitstead would take Gold at the third opportunity in Glasgow on Sunday. 758 more words

Podcast 2014 EXCLUSIVE Special Feature - Sarah Interviews Emma Pooley About Retirement

Huge news broke today as Emma Pooley announced that she’ll be retiring from pro cycling, and Sunday’s Commonwealth Games road race will be her last big race before she be moves to long course triathlon and mountain running.  439 more words

Women's Cycling

Podcast Giro Rosa Special Feature - Episode 28 - Sarah Interviews Emma Pooley

This is an amazing feature. Sarah has an in-depth conversation with the incredible Emma Pooley, who won three stages of the 2014 Giro Rosa and was clearly the best climber of the race. 169 more words

Women's Cycling