To start things off, I'd like to nip a couple of things in the butt. I'd like to address the numerous questions I've been asked regarding the world cup team that was selected for the first round of UCI track world cups in Guadalajara Mexico. I realize no announcement was made from USA Cycling on … Continue reading Stepping down from World Cup I and the 2014 Los Angeles Grand Prix
Grab a snack and maybe a water bottle. This is a long one. Day One – Team Sprint My first race day was the women’s team sprint. Last year I was part of a national record team, that took 4th place, just missing the podium, and this year, I wanted revenge and to bring home … Continue reading 2014 Pan Am Championships and….?
Walking into the track was incredible. Sure, it wasn't all decorated up, and it wasn't a world cup. It didn't have stands, a big jumbo-tron, or a loud-speaker system. But to me, that didn't matter. This was all new. My first international race, my first time racing at CNAR, my first USADA test, my first … Continue reading Post-Pan-Am-Depression
It's arrived. Tomorrow I will getting my first stamp on my passport, traveling to my first international race, first Pan Am championships, first use of my UCI license, and first time pinning a number to my very own US national team skinsuit. What more could a girl ask for? The lead up to this race … Continue reading International Extravaganza Numero Uno