In this episode of the Voxwomen Cycling Podcast, Hannah Walker speaks to the Director General of the UCI, Amina Lanaya on her role in a world governing body, the vision and already implemented plans for women’s cycling, the Women's World Tour, safeguarding riders and one of the most frequently asked questions from riders and fans around the globe "Is there a women’s Tour de France in the pipeline?".
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Voxwomen Cycling Podcast: In conversation with Shara Marche, The Food Coach
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Voxwomen Cycling Podcast: Dr Stacy Sims
37:41Hannah Walker speaks to researcher, author, leading global expert on female physiology and training, Dr Stacy Sims. This episode is partnered with Supersapiens.
Voxwomen Cycling Podcast: The Barnes Sisters
25:40Hannah Walker speaks to the Barnes sisters, Hannah and Alice on their season, their beginnings of getting into the sport and designing their own kit with Rapha. This episode is partnered with Rapha.
Voxwomen Cycling Podcast: Elena Cecchini
36:37Podcast host, Hannah Walker speaks to former Italian Champion, World Champion and supporter of Voxwomen since our inception, Elena Cecchini of SD Worx. Talking about her new team, her career, how she got into cycling and more! This episode is sponsored by Coefficient Cycling. Thank you for their support of our podcast.
Winners announced: Voxwomen Sharon Laws Road Rider of the Year Awards with Peloton Magazine
30:29We announce the winners of the Voxwomen Sharon Laws Road Rider of the Year and the Young Road Rider of the Year in partnership with Peloton Magazine. Hannah Walker speaks to our two winners for 2020.
Voxwomen Cycling Podcast: Elisa Longo Borghini
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Amina Lanaya, Director General of the UCI, Cycling's World Governing Body
49:57In this episode of the Voxwomen Cycling Podcast, Hannah Walker speaks to the Director General of the UCI, Amina Lanaya on her role in a world governing body, the vision and already implemented plans for women’s cycling, the Women's World Tour, safeguarding riders and one of the most frequently asked questions from riders and fans around the globe "Is there a women’s Tour de France in the pipeline?".
Voxwomen Cycling Podcast: Amy Cure talks retirement with Hannah Walker
36:55In this episode, Hannah Walker talks to World, Commonwealth, Australian National Champion, and Olympian, Amy Cure on the news of her retirement. Amy talks highlights of her career, the low points, what's next for her going forward, and the only track cyclist in history to win a medal in 6 different world championship events.
Exclusive: Lorena Wiebes on signing with Team Sunweb
22:58Lorena Wiebes signs for Team Sunweb. In this exclusive podcast interview, we talk to the Dutch star sprinter about mid-season transfers, what attracted her to Team Sunweb and it's stellar roster of riders, the stress of contract negotiations, and how she has coped in lockdown. Wiebes won 19 races last season including World Tour victories in Ride London, all three stages and the overall classification at the Tour of Chongming Island, and two stages at the Boels Ladies Tour. She also beat Marianne Vos to win the Dutch road race championships.