An ongoing series of interviews with riders and officials from all levels and types of women's cycling
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Olympic RR Champion, Nicole Cooke
Olympic Silver TT medallist - Emma Pooley
Alphabetical Order - Previous Interviews
Bridget Broad - Kiwi trackie
Sally Cowman - Queenslander who recently won 2005 RR and TT State Championships
Siobahn Dervan - the Irish Road Race Champion (2006) who rode the World Championships in Salzburg
Sharon Heap - Queenland motorbiker who has swapped to mountainbike
Louise Jones - ex-Welsh international sprinter and Commonwealth Games champion, now an international commissaire on road, track and cyclocross
Rochelle Gilmore - Australian all-rounder and first leader of the UCI road World Cup in 2005
Lori-Ann Muenzer - Athens Olympics sprint Champion
Peta Mullens - a junior with big ambitions. This VIS Aussie has her eyes set on Belgium and the junior World Track Championships later in 2006
Nicky Peters - Triathalete-turned cyclist. Nicky took a bronze medal in the Masters Track World Championships in 2005. She is UK based and rides track, time trials and road races
Pat McQuaid - the President of the UCI, on the state of women's racing
Wendy Sanders - CEO of Cycling Queensland
Amanda Spratt - Not really an interview - Amanda wrote an article about her experiences at
the Junior World Championships in Austria, August 2005
Kadee Webber - Tipped to become a star of the future
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