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Riders Profile: Mathew Hayman


Interviews (15)
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15 Interviews

We're only human

Ride, Ride, 12 July 2017
Posted by: Bitossi

How do riders manage a rest day? In a range of ways… and sometimes they even rest. Mathew Hayman explains…



Before Paris-Roubaix 2017

Ride, Ride, 6 April 2017
Posted by: Bitossi

We speak with the defending champion of Paris-Roubaix moments before a reconnaissance ride a couple of days before the 2017 edition. Mathew Hayman talks to Rob Arnold about his special-issue Scott Foil bike, what he expects from the race on Sunday and how Tom Boonen is the obvious favourite for the Queen of the Classics this year.



Maybe I needed every one of those 15 years before I got it right

CyclingNews, Rupert Guinness, 13 April 2016
Posted by: Bitossi

The day after Mat Hayman won Paris-Roubaix, he left Ghent where his Orica-GreenEdge team had been based to return to his Belgian home in Veldwezelt, Lanaken near the Dutch province of Limburg. He was just coming to terms with the enormity of his feat on Sunday.



Mathew Hayman Roubaix Winner PEZ Exclusive!

Pez Cyclingnews, Edmond Hood, 12 April 2016
Posted by: Bitossi

After Sunday’s fantastic Paris-Roubaix there was only one rider that had to be PEZ’d: Race winner Mathew Hayman. Out top interviewer, Ed Hood, was on the job to locate the Australian to hear from the horses mouth his first thoughts as winner of the ‘Hell of the North’.



Paris-Roubaix champion

Ride, Ride, 11 April 2016
Posted by: Bitossi

At 4.32am Monday 16 April, Mathew Hayman hung up the phone after speaking to his brother Marcus who still lives in Canberra. The champion of the 114th edition of Paris-Roubaix then called his father before finally switching off the phone and pretending that he could get to sleep.



Je suis trés surpris de ma victoire

L'Equipe, AFP, 10 April 2016
Posted by: Bitossi

La victoire de l'Australien Mathew Hayman, dimanche, sur Paris-Roubaix a surpris tout le monde. Y compris lui-même.



Désolé d'avoir gagné Paris-Roubaix

L'Equipe, A. T.-C., 10 April 2016
Posted by: Bitossi

Vainqueur de Paris-Roubaix à 37 ans et sa 15e participation, Mathew Hayman (Orica) était le premier surpris de son exploit dans l'Enfer du Nord. «Désolé d'avoir battu Boonen», a-t-il lancé aux journalistes en conférence de presse.



Mathew Hayman (I): from Flanders to Roubaix

Ride, Ride, 9 April 2015
Posted by: Bitossi

The days leading to Paris-Roubaix provide most people in cycling with a certain buzz. There’s an sense of anticipation even for those who have never been part of this race that often evokes references to ‘hell’. It is long. It is flat. There are big stretches of cobbled roads that are part of the folklore of cycling. And there are people like Mathew Hayman who never get tired of talking about what makes this Classic so mythical.



Hayman (II) on power and equipment for Paris-Roubaix

Ride, Ride, 9 April 2015
Posted by: Bitossi

In our chat with Mathew Hayman on the Thursday before Paris-Roubaix, the Australian veteran offered his thoughts on his previous race – Ronde van Vlaanderen – and then talked about what’s to come in the ‘Race to Hell’ that he loves so much. He speaks about Paris-Roubaix in detail offering an overview of the wattage required for riding over the cobbles of Arenberg, and explains his ‘big one’ tyre pressure for the pavé.



Hayman on Roubaix: “Arenberg, it’s super rough but…” (2)

Ride, Rob Arnold, 15 April 2014
Posted by: Bitossi

This is part two of an interview done the day after Paris-Roubaix with Mathew Hayman of the Orica-GreenEdge team. He’s explained his loss of many minutes to the winner, Niki Terpstra, and how two punctures in three kilometres near the final sector of pavé ended any hope he may have had on a day when he was not only a leader but also finding his rhythm on the cobbled roads leading to Roubaix. The discussion takes place over the phone with Hayman at his home in Belgium, and Rob Arnold at RIDE HQ in Sydney.



Mathew Hayman – on Roubaix (1)

Ride, Rob Arnold, 14 April 2014
Posted by: Bitossi

On the eve of his son’s third birthday Mathew Hayman was working on a Sunday. He was riding his bike to Roubaix over nasty cobblestones. Next week he turns 36 and he’ll have forgotten about the pain that was conjured while doing his job. The “video” in his mind, however, will still playback the images of the contest he’s come to love.



Due for a big one?

Cycling Central, Alex Hinds, 22 March 2013
Posted by: Bitossi

On the eve of the first cobbled WorldTour race of 2013, E3 Harelbeke, Mathew Hayman spoke to Cycling Central about Team Sky's revamped approach to the spring this season, and his hopes of still cracking the big time at the age of 34.



HAYMAN SET FOR HOME RACE

TeamSky.com, Richard Simpson, 12 January 2012
Posted by: DZI

Mathew Hayman is relishing a return to action on Australian roads as he prepares to take on the season-opening Tour Down Under. Hayman is building up to his primary goal of the season – an assault on the Spring Classics – and is happy to be racking up the kilometres in training ahead of a return to racing in front of his home fans.



(Tour de France 2009)

´Misschien zocht Contador steun´

wielrennennieuws.nl, 25 July 2009
Posted by: lucybears

Mathew Hayman is momenteel op trainingskamp in Zwitserland, maar hij grijpt elk moment aan om even de Tour te volgen. Zelfs tijdens het trainen.



(Tour de France 2009)

Druk is er nu af, dus het komt wel goed

wielrennennieuws.nl, 16 July 2009
Posted by: lucybears

Mathew Hayman volgt de Tour vanuit Zwitserland. Hij rekent nog op een etappezege van de Rabo´s. Terwijl hij op trainingskamp is in Sankt-Moritz, kijkt hij regelmatig op internet om te zien wat zijn collega's presteren.












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