Tag: olympics

Episode 23 – Kirsti Lay

Kirsti Lay

This week’s episode features Kirsti Lay Olympic medallist and pro bike rider with Rally Cycling! Kirsti is currently in Bergen, Norway for Road Worlds! Good luck to Team Canada at Bergen! Tear it up!

Episode 17 – Karol-Ann Canuel

Clipped In is proud to announce Cycling Canada as an official partner. On this week’s episode Karol-Ann Canuel, World Tour Pro Cyclist and Olympian talks about her experiences training and competing as a pro in Europe and her experience at the Rio 2016 Olympics. Clipped In is brought to you by Cycling Canada. CyclingCanada.ca

In Defence of the Sprint Triathlon

There is no question that Iron-distance events carry the most prestige and stand at the pinnacle of triathlon as the toughest challenge. Most triathletes aspire to do at least one full iron distance event and many spend their entire year training for just one iron event. The progression for many triathletes is to start with […]

Episode 14 – Tara Whitten

This week’s episode features Tara Whitten of the Cyclery-Opus racing team and Canadian Olympic Cycling Team. Tara is the current National TT Champion and recently won the yellow jersey at the Cascade Cycling Classic Stage Race. Tara will be representing Canada at the Olympics for a second time in Rio in August. Clipped In is […]

Clipped In Time Trial – Going Up Hills with David Gazsi

The Tour de France is known for its brutal climbs, which often determine the outcome of the race, but even the most casual of cyclists out there knows the challenge of going up hill on a bike. In this episode David Gazsi recounts his experience competing in the Everest Challenge in Sierra, Nevada. Clipped In […]

Episode 12 – Kris Westwood

Today’s episode features Kris Westwood of Cycling Canada. He gives us the lowdown on everything that’s been happening in the world of high performance Canadian cycling. We also get a preview of some of the athletes who will be competing in the upcoming Road Championships on June 25-29.

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