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24.024 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
ALBAlbania4
ALGAlgeria1
ARGArgentina118
ARMArmenia2
AUSAustralia947
AUTAustria278
EUSBasque Country1187
BLRBelarus21
BELBelgium1142
BERBermuda1
BOLBolivia3
BRABrazil62
BULBulgaria1
BURBurkina Faso2
CANCanada373
CHIChile12
CHNChina8
COLColombia770
CRCCosta Rica41
CROCroatia13
CUBCuba14
CZECzech Republic70
DENDenmark142
DOMDominican Republic24
ECUEcuador13
ESAEl Salvador2
ERIEritrea9
ESTEstonia33
ETHEthiopia1
FINFinland19
FRAFrance5743
GERGermany1221
GREGreece4
HKGHong Kong2
HUNHungary4
INDIndia1
INAIndonesia1
IRIIran1
IRLIreland259
ISRIsrael6
ITAItaly2551
JPNJapan27
KAZKazahkstan118
KENKenya1
LATLatvia17
LTULithuania47
LUXLuxembourg429
MASMalaysia11
MEXMexico15
MDAMoldavia4
MONMonaco2
MGLMongolië3
MARMorocco1
NAMNamibia10
NEDNetherlands803
AHONetherlands Antilles5
NZLNew Zealand129
NORNorway106
PANPanama2
POLPoland50
PORPortugal160
ROURomania10
RUSRussia153
RWARwanda1
SCOScotland24
SRBSerbia7
SINSingapore2
SVKSlovakia51
SLOSlovenia57
RSASouth Africa86
KORSouth Korea4
ESPSpain3462
SKNSt. Kitts and Nevis 3
SWESweden83
SUISwitzerland356
TPETaiwan1
TRITrinidad and Tobago1
TUNTunisia4
UKRUkraine40
UAEUnited Arab Emirates1
GBRUnited Kingdom1245
USAUnited States1305
URUUruguay11
UZBUzbekistan3
VENVenezuela22
Total Interviews: 23978
 
Interviews
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Lauren Tucker Hall
Meet UHC Pro-Cyclist Lauren Hall

Swiftwick, 6 June 2018
Lauren Hall was always determined to become a professional athlete, a family tradition inherited from her grandfather – who played football for the first San Francisco 49ers team. Her athletic ambitions began on the soccer field, so landing on a bicycle was never part of the plan....


Mathieu Van Der Poel
Cyclocross Rider,
3 May 2018

The 'hollander' who's the thorn in the side Belgium
The Dutch champion Mathieu van der Poel talks to Konrad Manning over the important Kerstperiode (Christmas races) and prior to the final run-in to the 2017 World championship which he will go into as joint favourite with Belgian Wout Van Aert. Is it a Belgo-Dutch rivalry that is set to run and run?



Evie Richards
Cyclocross Rider,
3 May 2018

The accidental Word Champion
Remarkably World and British Under-23 champion Evie Richards only started cycle racing two or three years before winning the inaugural World Under-23 cyclocross title in 2016. Ted Sarmiento caught up with the young Briton to ask about her meteoric rise to the top of world 'cross and how her rainbow


Ben Alexander O'Connor
Team Dimension Data,
30 April 2018

Ben O’Connor: The Fast Learner
Ben O’Connor, the 22-year-old Western Australian, started 2018 with a bang, placing 7th in the GC at the Tour of the Alps, 11th in Volta Ciclista a Catalunya and 18th in Santos Tour Down Under. O’Connor has shown incredible progression, not only this season, but from the moment he started to concent



Annabel Simpson
Yorkshire Post,
28 April 2018

No regrets for Annie Simpson as she prepares to line up with cycling’s elite in Tour de Yorkshire
Yorkshire's Annie Simpson of the Trek Drops team up on the Cow and Calf rocks above Ilkley, scene of the finish to the second stage of next week's Asda Tour de Yorkshire Women's Race. Picture: Simon Hulme


Tiago Antunes
U23Cyclingzone,
27 April 2018

Get to know Tiago Antunes
Over the last decade, Portugal has produced a few riders who have really put the country on the cycling map, especially Rui Costa, who became the country’s first UCI World Road Race champion back in 2013. The country has gone on to produce some great puncheurs and rouleurs, but is yet to produce a t



Michael Woods
CyclingTips,
23 April 2018

Woods’ career breakthrough in Liège, and what comes next: ‘I’ve more to give’
Pierre Rolland was in a good mood at the start of Liège-Bastogne-Liège. Asked by his EF Education First-Drapac team communications manager who was going to win the race, Rolland exclaimed ‘me!’ with a smile.


Tim Wellens
CyclingTips,
21 April 2018

Tim Wellens inches closer to greatness
Tom Boonen. Philippe Gilbert. Greg Van Avermaet. These are the names that have dominated headlines in Belgium in recent years. And now, who comes next?



Jack Haig
CyclingTips,
20 April 2018

Haig impressing in Spring Classics as Giro debut beckons
Chirpy, animated and happily giving interviews, Jack Haig looks like he has just ridden to the shops. Around him are shattered riders, professionals who have dragged themselves to the top of the Mur de Huy and show all the signs of a tough Flèche Wallonne with its exhausting final climb. But, other


Nicholas Schultz
Pez Cyclingnews,
19 April 2018

Nick Schultz Gets PEZ’d!
Young Australian, Nick Schultz, has been going 'full gas' with the Caja Rural-Seguros RGA team since the start of the 2017 season and so it was past time Ed Hood caught up with the man from Brisbane. With a Grand Tour and a load of WorldTour appearances under his belt, he has a big story to tell.



Jay McCarthy
CyclingTips,
17 April 2018

Motivated McCarthy poised to make most of Flèche Wallonne opportunity
Approximately 40 kilometres from the end of Sunday’s Amstel Gold Race, things unravelled for Jay McCarthy and, by extension, for Peter Sagan’s chances in the race. McCarthy was with his teammate in the main group of favourites, but tangled with Rigoberto Uran (EF Education First-Drapac) on a corner


James Whelan
CyclingTips,
16 April 2018

Faces of the Future: U23 Tour of Flanders winner James Whelan
When Australian James Whelan crossed the line with his hands aloft at the recent U23 Tour of Flanders, it raised a few eyebrows, particularly among European journalists.



Silvan Dillier
Pez Cyclingnews,
16 April 2018

Silvan Dillier Gets PEZ’d!
World champion Peter Sagan won the 2018 Paris-Roubaix, but the hero of the day was undoubtably Silvan Dillier. The Swiss rider was in the break of the day and was the only rider to go with Sagan through the Hell of the North to the Roubaix velodrome. Ed Hood managed to have word Silvan after the dus


Nathan Haas
CyclingTips,
13 April 2018

Amstel Gold is my ‘Holy Grail’ event
It’s six and a half kilometres to go in the 2017 Amstel Gold Race, and Philippe Gilbert is about to play his hand. He is part of a select group of riders still in contention, and signals the end of their cooperation by moving to the front on the Bemelerberg climb and upping the pace.



Herman Ponsteen
Pez Cyclingnews,
12 April 2018

rack Champion Herman Ponsteen
Of all the track men who deserved a rainbow jersey, Dutchman Herman Ponsteen should have pulled on that magical maillot. The powerful rider from Hellendoorn came so close at World and Olympic level, returning with a bag full of medals. Ed Hood spoke to Herman to hear about the booming track scene of


Ryan Mullen
Rouler,
12 April 2018

I hate mashed potatoes
From Belgium to Breaking Bad, Trek-Segafredo’s new TT specialist Ryan Mullen gets a grilling on a few of his favourite – and least favourite – things



Alexander Evans
CyclingTips,
11 April 2018

His numbers are ridiculous
In early February this year, Colombian climber Esteban Chaves (Mitchelton-Scott) rode solo into the Lake Mountain Alpine Resort to win the queen stage of the Jayco Herald Sun Tour. It wasn’t a huge surprise — the best climber in the race on the race’s best team had won on the tour’s big uphill finis


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