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26.359 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
AUSAustralia158
AUTAustria18
EUSBasque Country60
BELBelgium53
BRABrazil11
CANCanada74
CHIChile2
COLColombia37
CROCroatia2
CUBCuba2
CZECzech Republic2
DENDenmark11
ESAEl Salvador3
ESTEstonia1
FINFinland9
FRAFrance281
GERGermany118
HKGHong Kong1
IRLIreland7
ITAItaly159
JPNJapan1
LATLatvia1
LTULithuania26
LUXLuxembourg12
MEXMexico2
NEDNetherlands135
NZLNew Zealand14
NORNorway17
POLPoland7
PORPortugal1
RUSRussia4
SLOSlovenia1
RSASouth Africa10
ESPSpain108
SKNSt. Kitts and Nevis 5
SWESweden23
SUISwitzerland33
TRITrinidad and Tobago3
UKRUkraine3
GBRUnited Kingdom290
USAUnited States222
VENVenezuela2
Total Interviews: 1932
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Anna Kay
Interview Anna Kay

CyclingBottle, 30 July 2020
Last Winter has been the breakthrough season for Anna Kay. Her 8th place in the overall World Cup standings proved her cosistency and her 3th place at the worldchampionshps showed that she can also prepare herself for the big moments. The 21 years old rider from the Starcasino Team is part of a new strong generation of British riders that got into cyclocross in recent years. How did she experience the last season and how she's looking forward to the upcoming Winter? Let's talk to the rider herself and prepare already for an exciting Winter full of grass and mud again...


Eri Yonamine
CyclingTips,
18 July 2020

The Japanese champion with the unbreakable smile
She’s known for her elaborate race tweets with every possible piece of information neatly lined up in emoticons. She’s also known for posts about her cooking. Eri Yonamine is the Japanese road champion five times over: a world traveller living at the foot of the infamous Cauberg in Valkenburg, the N



Leah Dixon
velouk,
30 June 2020

Feature Q&A: Leah Dixon (Womens VTour winner)
Winner in 2019 of the Tour of Reservoir, and on the podium at the Tour of Yorkshire, winner of the 2020 Women’s V-Tour Leah Dixon gives us an insight into her eRacing


Elisabeth Deignan-Armitstead
VeloNews,
26 June 2020

"Second chance’ means no retirement just yet
Former world champion entering new chapter of career with fresh motivations and mindset.



Tayler Wiles
VeloNews,
23 June 2020

Day in the life: Tayler Wiles
For the past two months, we have reached out to pro riders and other personalities from the sport to get a glimpse into their lives during the shutdown in our Day in the Life series. Now, with a potential race season on the horizon, we’re asking about their fitness and forward planning.


Mara Abbott
Velo Veritas,
22 June 2020

I’ve always been very determined to forge my own path
Mara Abbott is twice a winner of the overall GC in the Giro Rosa – arguably the most important ladies’ stage race in the world – picking up seven stages along the way not to mention two second places, a fourth, a fifth and 10th on GC.



Marianne Berglund
Pez Cyclingnews,
18 June 2020

Swedish/US Star Marianne Berglund Gets PEZ’d!
Skier turned cyclist, Marianne Berglund, became World road race champion and won a hundred plus races in the 80s and 90s. The Swedish star now lives in the US and is a management consultant, Ed Hood found out more.


Marianne Berglund
Velo Veritas,
17 June 2020

Winning the Worlds really launched me in the USA
She only started cycling to connect with a cute guy… that never happened but she did go on to win a World Road Race Championship and more than 100 races. Swedish-born but now a resident of the USA, Ms. Marianne Berglund took time recently to speak to us.



Katie Kantzes
VeloNews,
12 June 2020

Day in the life: Katie Kantzes
Gravel racer Katie Kantzes works in medical research at the University of Texas, and has spent the past few months studying the spread of COVID-19. Kantzes is doubtful that mass-participant races can continue unchanged in 2020.


Ellen Noble
Cyclo Cross Magazine,
12 June 2020

On her health, new program, racing plans and more
Ellen Noble is a mainstay of American cyclocross. The 24-year-old bunnyhopping star was at the front of most races throughout 2018 and appeared to be on track to bigger things in Europe. In 2019, however, Noble had a quiet year and finished a lackluster season without attending Nationals in Lakewood



Lorena Wiebes
Velo Veritas,
9 June 2020

I want to step up to the highest level of the sport
We looked around and decided that we should make more of a contribution to ladies cycling; as of this week we'll run at least one "ladies oriented" piece each week - and where better to start than with the world number one-ranked rider?


Mia Kilburg
Pez Cyclingnews,
5 June 2020

PEZ Talk: Speed Skating Cyclist Mia Manganello Kilburg
We are not really sure if Mia Manganello Kilburg is a ‘Speed Skating Cyclist’ or a ‘Cycling Speed Skater’ but whichever, it was about time Ed Hood caught up with her to fund out about her Olympic aspirations.



Elisa Longo Borghini
VeloNews,
3 June 2020

Day in the life: Elisa Longo Borghini
We spoke with the Trek-Segafredo rider from her home in the hard-hit Piedmont region of Italy.


Chloe Dygert Owen
Pez Cyclingnews,
1 June 2020

US Multi Champion Chloe Dygert Owen Gets PEZ’d!
Multi World champion at 23 years-old, there are not many people who can make that claim, but Chloe Dygert Owen from Brownsburg, Indiana in the USA can. From junior World road race champion in 2015 to elite World individual pursuit champion in 2020, with quite few in-between.



Rocio Franco Fuquen Natalia
VeloNews,
1 June 2020

Ride with Natalia Franco of Team Twenty20
Team Twenty20's new Colombian pro will be joining us on Zwift from Knoxville, Tennessee.


Clignet Marion
Pez Cyclingnews,
28 May 2020

PEZ Talk: Multi-Champion Marion Clignet
US Cycling turned its back on Marion Clignet, but the French Federation saw her talent and snapped her up in a flash. After a clutch of National, World and Olympic medals riding for ‘Le Bleus’ she settled in the land of her family origins.



Ruth Winder
VeloNews,
20 May 2020

Day in the life: Ruth Winder
Checking in with road national champion Ruth Winder in between shifts in her kitchen and before her Everesting attempt.

 







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