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23.273 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
AUSAustralia140
AUTAustria17
EUSBasque Country43
BELBelgium41
BRABrazil11
CANCanada69
CHIChile1
COLColombia33
CROCroatia2
CUBCuba1
CZECzech Republic2
DENDenmark8
ESAEl Salvador2
ESTEstonia1
FINFinland9
FRAFrance219
GERGermany115
HKGHong Kong1
IRLIreland7
ITAItaly129
LATLatvia1
LTULithuania26
LUXLuxembourg9
MEXMexico2
NEDNetherlands106
NZLNew Zealand13
NORNorway13
POLPoland3
PORPortugal1
RUSRussia4
SLOSlovenia1
RSASouth Africa8
ESPSpain77
SKNSt. Kitts and Nevis 3
SWESweden19
SUISwitzerland29
UKRUkraine3
GBRUnited Kingdom254
USAUnited States183
VENVenezuela2
Total Interviews: 1611
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Elisabeth Deignan-Armitstead
On redemption, marriage and retiring to Yorkshire

Road Cycling UK, 21 April 2017
It’s Monday lunchtime, and Lizzie Deignan sits in an empty pub in an affluent but comparatively obscure corner of west London. This is no social gathering, however. We have met to discuss her new book, Steadfast.


Inga Thompson
Pez Cyclingnews,
11 April 2017

Retro PEZ Talk: Inga Thompson!
Inga Thompson started racing as a professional cyclist in 1984 and went on to ride the Los Angeles Olympics Road race the same year, she finished 21st. She rode two more Olympics and has ten National Championships, add three World championship silver medals and you have a full palmarès. Ed Hood had



Elisabeth Deignan-Armitstead
The Guardian,
1 April 2017

I could kick myself and kick myself
The one-time darling of British cycling comes clean about her three missed drugs tests, sexism and cash in the sport


Danielle King
Cyclingnews,
18 March 2017

I was never fearful at British Cycling
Olympic gold medallist Dani King has told Cyclingnews that she did not feel that there was a culture of fear at British Cycling while she raced on its track programme. British Cycling has been under the spotlight over the past year following several allegations of bullying and sexism.



Hannah Barnes
Road Cycling UK,
7 March 2017

Fit, firing and finding her way
National road race champion reflects on bouncing back from serious injury and looks ahead to 2017 season


Lepistö Lotta
CyclingTips,
24 February 2017

After breakout year, Lepistö enters Spring Classics with confidence
When the women’s Classics get underway this weekend, Lotta Lepistö will be one of the riders to watch. The Finnish national champion had her best-ever season in 2016 and, as one of the fastest sprinters in the peloton, should be there or thereabouts if she’s in a front group approaching the line. Bu



Ulmer Sarah
Ride,
17 February 2017

Talking Cycling with Sarah Ulmer
Ulmer expresses her views in a candid, friendly manner. She has strong opinions but they are never forced on anyone.


Katarzyna Niewiadoma
CyclingTips,
10 February 2017

Takes on new role in Marianne Vos’ WM3 Pro Cycling Team
The newly opened headquarters of Shimano Europe at the High Tech Campus in Eindhoven, The Netherlands served as the decor for the team presentation of Marianne Vos’ new team, WM3 Pro Cycling.



Harris-Brammeier Nikki
Road Cycling UK,
27 January 2017

British champion Nikki Brammeier recovered and ready for UCI Cyclo-Cross World Championships
When Nikki Brammeier rolls out to contest the UCI Cyclo-Cross World Championships on Saturday, she will do so as a proud member of Team GB, even if regulations dictate that her cherished national champion’s jersey – a title she has won on three occasions, most recently in Bradford earlier this month


Leah Thorvilson
FitArkansas.com,
19 January 2017

5 Questions
Life often requires you to monitor and adjust, but you don’t have to tell Leah Thorvilson that. After injuries ended the running career of this former U.S. Olympic trials marathoner, she hopped on a bike. Fast forward to 2017 and she now has a spot on the Canyon–SRAM women’s professional cycling tea



Grace Garner
Total Women's Cycling,
13 January 2017

2017 Goals, Race Day Breakfast & Zumba
We caught up with Leicester's newest addition to the Wiggle High5 train...


Jessica Allen
ride,
5 January 2017

Jess Allen: a champion (again)
We catch up with the new criterium national champion, Ms Jess Allen from the Orica-Scott team. It’s been a fast start to the season and there’s more yet to come…



Kaitlin Antonneau
Ella Cyclingtips,
3 January 2017

Kaitie Antonneau’s journey from depression to self-acceptance
With the start of the new year comes Kaitie Antonneau’s sixth year with the Cannondale p/b Cyclocrossworld team, and perhaps her biggest race of the season: the 2017 USA Cycling Cyclocross National Championships.


Rebecca Womersley
Road Cyling UK,
28 December 2016

Drops Cycling’s Becky Womersley on women’s cycling, Yorkshire and cracking the Classics
"I turned around at one point and Marianne Vos was behind me. I thought, ‘What do I do? This isn’t right.’"



Sarah Storey
Total Women's Cycling,
8 December 2016

Female Cycling SPOTY nominees: Dame Sarah Storey
On a star studded list of just sixteen contenders across all sports – shortlisted by an expert panel – we feel women’s cycling has done pretty well. We will be catching up with each of the three contenders to hear their views on being nominated in advance. Today we speak to Dame Sarah Storey, who th


Carlee Taylor
Ciclismo Internacional,
12 November 2016

Money In The Bank
There were definitely times when I didn’t know if I was going to be good enough. The first few years racing in Europe was such a massive step. The roads were so narrow to those back in Australia, and the peloton was so big.



Marianne Vos
Cycling Central,
11 November 2016

FTP doesn't matter
Cycling royalty visited The Discussion, presented by BikeBug, this week. Arguably behind just Eddie Merckx as the best all-round cyclist of all time, Marianne Vos took some time out with Matthew Keeno Keenan to shoot the breeze.

 




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