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Riders Profile: Kristin Armstrong

Interviews (7)
Videos (2)
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7 Interviews

An Interview with Olympic Time Trial Champion Kristin Armstrong

Bicycling, Joe Lindsey, 14 October 2016
Posted by: Bitossi

Is a legend in American cycling, and a rare testament to the work-bike-life balance. This summer in Rio, she won her third Olympic Gold Medal in the Time Trial— becoming the first cyclist of any gender or nationality to win three successive Olympic gold medals in the same event. Bicycling caught up with her a month after the games to talk about victory, family, and the state of women’s racing.

‘I know I will miss it’

velonews.com, Andrew Hood, 25 September 2009
Posted by: lucybears

Kristin Armstrong put an exclamation point on the final week of her racing career with an emphatic victory in Wednesday’s elite women’s time trial. The Olympic champion whipped old foes and a new generation of faces by nearly one minute to retire with the rainbow jersey. But she’s not done yet.

Another Rainbow Jersey

velonews.com, Andrew Hood, 22 April 2009
Posted by: lucybears

Kristin Armstrong wants to end her long and successful career this year on a winning note. The ideal scenario would be recapturing the rainbow jersey in the world championships in September in what will be her last major competition of her career.

Part II: Lessons Learned

triplecrankset.com, 8 September 2008
Posted by: lucybears

In Part II of my interview with Kristin Armstrong, we discuss the state of Women’s Cycling and the differences of cycling in Europe, and we even tackle the frequently asked Armstrong question.

Part I: National Treasure

triplecrankset.com, 7 September 2008
Posted by: lucybears

She is one of our country’s most decorated cyclists, yet name association has greatly overshadowed her accomplishments. Then again, Kristin Armstrong may just prefer it that way.

"The goal is the time trial….to win a medal there"

uscyclingreport.com, Stephanie Gutowski, 20 January 2008
Posted by: lucybears

Kristin Armstrong is in Los Angeles participating in the LA Track Word Cup this weekend. She narrowly missed the chance to ride for a individual pursuit medal after qualifying fifth, just one-hundredth of a second off the pace of two-time world pursuit champion Sarah Hammer.

Time for a tea break

cyclingnews.com, Mark Zalewski, 1 March 2006
Posted by: lucybears

Kristin Armstrong starts 2006 with a lot of changes. For the first time in her professional career she has switched teams, and looking ahead to Beijing 2008, there's a few other changes in store.

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