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25.816 Interviews
Here you find a collection of interviews on the internet in various languages. Bitossi (Thanks, Arturo!) is searching the Internet on a daily basis looking for fresh interviews. You can find them all in our Interview database containing thousands of riders interviews to be read, while having your cup of coffee.
Our eternal thanks go out to Lucybears, we miss him.

Year Month Language
Riders Country

CountryInterviews
ARGArgentina3
AUSAustralia154
AUTAustria18
EUSBasque Country58
BELBelgium53
BRABrazil11
CANCanada73
CHIChile1
COLColombia35
CROCroatia2
CUBCuba2
CZECzech Republic2
DENDenmark11
ESAEl Salvador3
ESTEstonia1
FINFinland9
FRAFrance277
GERGermany118
HKGHong Kong1
IRLIreland7
ITAItaly152
LATLatvia1
LTULithuania26
LUXLuxembourg12
MEXMexico2
NEDNetherlands133
NZLNew Zealand14
NORNorway13
POLPoland5
PORPortugal1
RUSRussia4
SLOSlovenia1
RSASouth Africa10
ESPSpain101
SKNSt. Kitts and Nevis 3
SWESweden20
SUISwitzerland32
TRITrinidad and Tobago2
UKRUkraine3
GBRUnited Kingdom285
USAUnited States205
VENVenezuela2
Total Interviews: 1866
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Jolien D'Hoore
Jolien D’hoore looks past an empty spring

CyclingTips, 24 March 2020
With nothing but a blank, race-less spring ahead, Jolien D’hoore headed for Roubaix last Sunday. The day after her 30th birthday, the ride was her boyfriend’s idea, an effort to take the former Belgian champion’s mind away from the uncertainty every cyclist — indeed all athletes — are currently experiencing. The couple were out the whole day, riding 150 km from their home in the Belgian city of...


Katherine Hall
VeloNews,
24 March 2020

Day in the life: Katie Hall
Nine questions with the Boels-Dolmans rider who is sheltering in place, in California.



Elise Chabbey
VeloNews,
20 March 2020

Florence Nightingale
After competing in the 2012 Olympic Games as a kayaker, Chabbey decided to focus on her medical studies. Then, barely two years ago, she discovered cycling, and results came quickly.


Laura Weislo
Direct Velo,
20 March 2020

Pas de course, pas d’argent
Cest un visage familier de ceux qui se rendent régulièrement sur les courses cyclistes. Depuis une petite décennie, Laura Weislo collectionne les jours de compétition et les différents maillots. Non pas sur le vélo, mais en tant qu’assistante.



Emily Newsom
CyclingTips,
20 March 2020

How one pianist became a pro cyclist at 34
I first got to know Emily Newsom through a clip on Sarah Gigante’s Instagram Stories. Emily was playing the piano after finishing a gruelling edition of Omloop Het Nieuwsblad. Besides being a pro cyclist with Team Tibco-SVB, Emily teaches piano and is a mum to five-year-old Marijke. We agreed to mee


Garcia Evelyn
El Salvador,
12 March 2020

Cuando me retire quiero ser policía
Ciclista salvadoreña con varios ciclos olímpicos a cuestas y medallista panamericana. Referente de pista y ruta. Y ya prepara su vuelta, para ganar preseas, en Santa Tecla 2021



Lauren Kitchen
Direct Velo,
29 February 2020

Une grande responsabilité
Adébuté sa troisième saison avec la FDJ-Nouvelle Aquitaine-Futuroscope, le mois dernier. Chez elle, en Australie, elle a notamment pris part au Tour Down Under, et au succès de sa co-équipière et compatriote, Brodie Chapman, sur la Race Torquay. Changement de décor et de température, ce week-end, av


Amalie Dideriksen
Cyclingnews,
19 February 2020

Aims high in Olympic year
Boels Dolmans rider pushing to represent Denmark in Omnium and Madison at Tokyo Games



Shannon Malseed
CyclingTips,
6 February 2020

On her Bay Crits crash and the importance of staying positive
Shannon Malseed’s season didn’t start as planned. On January 4, she crashed heavily on the final lap of stage 2 of the Bay Crits, fracturing her scapula and a vertebra. It looked like it could have been a lot worse — the 2018 Australian champion spent more than an hour on the ground as paramedics tr


Ane Santesteban Gonzalez
Berria,
31 January 2020

Zaila da, baina lasterketa bat irabaztea da nire helburua
Santestebanentzat urte ona izan zen 2019a. «Erregulartasuna lortu nahi nuen, eta uste dut iaz hori lortu nuela». 2020a indartsu hasi nahi du, Olinpiar Jokoetarako tokia lortzeko.



Lechner Eva
Suiveur oltre la corsa,
30 January 2020

Eva Lechner si racconta a pochi giorni dal campionato mondiale di ciclocross.
Quando Eva Lechner acquistò la sua prima mountain bike, era un’adolescente che di ciclismo sapeva poco o nulla. Conosceva in parte quello su strada, merito dei pomeriggi passati col padre davanti alla televisione e delle battaglie – «guerre», come le chiama lei – tra Pantani e Ullrich. Non conosceva


Katie Clouse
Cyclo Cross Magazine,
30 January 2020

Interview: Katie Clouse, U23 Women’s Worlds
A month ago, Katie Clouse (Cannondale p/b CyclocrossWorld) did not know if she would be able to race this Sunday’s U23 Women’s World Championships in Switzerland. Clouse suffered a dislocated shoulder on the treacherous track at World Cup Namur and had to shut down the remainder of her Kerstperiode



Juliette Labous
Cyclingpub,
16 January 2020

I will give everything to be selected for the Olympic Games
Team Sunweb's Juliette Labous was at the first winter training camp of the season in Spain and there CyclingPub had the chance to have a talk with her. Labous opened the 2020 season in the same way as 2019, by taking the lead in a young riders classification and this time in the Santos Women's To


Marianne Vos
Cyclingnews,
6 January 2020

I've been lucky not to have suffered abuse
Dutchwoman on cycling's 'MeToo' moment, the progress of women's cycling, and her journey back to the top of her game



Rebecca Fahringer
Cyclo Cross Magazine,
24 December 2019

Interview: Rebecca Fahringer, 2019 World Cup Namur 8th Place
We chatted with Fahringer while she was getting ready for her Christmas Eve potluck and preparation for Thursday’s World Cup Zolder. Hear what she had to say below.


Elisabeth Deignan-Armitstead
Cyclingnews,
20 December 2019

Cycling is only part of who I am
British cyclist reflects on first year of motherhood, athletic career and the Olympic Games



Clara Honsinger
Cyclo Cross Magazine,
17 December 2019

Interview: 2019 Elite Women’s National Champion Clara Honsinger
On Sunday, Clara Honsinger became the first new Elite Women’s Cyclocross National Champion in 15 years but talking to her about the accomplishment, you wouldn’t know this was her first attempt at the Elite title. At the age of 22, she’s insightful and reflective beyond her years.

 







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