Login / Subscribe

Language: English | Nederlands | Français | Italiano | Español | Euskara

Login / Subscribe   
Riders Profile: Timothy Duggan


Interviews (11)
Videos (2)



11 Interviews

Calls Time On His Career.

VeloVeritas, Ed Hood, 10 February 2014
Posted by: Bitossi

Former US Elite Champion Timmy Duggan has come full circle from that day back in the 2008 Tour of Georgia when he hit the tarmac at 100 km/h and was left with life-threatening injuries - it looked like his career was over...



Timmy Duggan on retiring from pro cycling.

Velo News, Matthew Beaudin, 9 December 2013
Posted by: Bitossi

Last week, Timmy Duggan called it a career. The American had won a national championship after recovering from a traumatic brain injury he suffered in 2008. While he was waiting for a contract with Cannondale to come through, he went for a soul ride around his home in Nederland, Colorado. By the time he got to his driveway, and only then, really, he decided to move on, that the sacrifices he was making to be one, two percent faster, weren’t worth it any longer.



PEZ Talk: Timmy Duggan's Olympic Road Race

Pez Cyclingnews, Edmond Hood, 6 August 2012
Posted by: McK

What was it like being in that break in the Olympic road race? Who better to ask than one of the men who animated the race and did sterling work in the service of his team – United States elite road race champion, Timothy Duggan?



New U.S National Road Champion Timmy Duggan

Pro Cycling News, Luke Allingham, 14 June 2012
Posted by: Bitossi

After an up and down career, which included several injuries including a traumatic brain injury, Duggan entered the 2012 U.S National Road Championships in Greenville, Carolina with only one teammate, Ted King, who is the only other American on Liquigas.



Lining up with Liquigas

velonation.com, Ed Hood, 23 October 2010
Posted by: lucybears

Garmin's Timmy Duggan has come a long way back from that day in the 2008 Tour of Georgia when he hit the tarmac at 100 km/h and was left with life-threatening injuries. Season 2011 promises to be better, boosted by the news that he's just signed for Italian 'super squadra' Liquigas.



Wrapping Up '09

pezcyclingnews.com, Edmond Hood, 25 October 2009
Posted by: lucybears

It has been a few months since last we spoke to Garmin's Timmy Duggan. In the 2008 Tour of Georgia, the young man from Colorado came close to death in a 100 kph pile up; but 2009 has seen him back in the shark pool - at the deep end!



Eye of the Tiger

pezcyclingnews.com, Jered Gruber, 2 July 2009
Posted by: lucybears

Comebacks are great, the return from a severe, potentially life-threatening injury, like in the case of Garmin's Timmy Duggan, is nothing short of inspiring. Turning a comeback into a leap forward in performance? That is something on an entirely bigger level,



Never walking alone

cyclingnews.com, Les Clarke, 4 March 2009
Posted by: lucybears

Reams of news print have been spent on the return of Lance Armstrong, although there's another pro rider quietly making his return to the paid ranks. He's also American, and like Armstrong, plies his trade clad in pale blue.



"getting stronger every day"

velonews.com, Anthony Tan, 27 January 2009
Posted by: lucybears

Believe it or not, there are two other Americans racing the Tour Down Under — George Hincapie and Timothy Duggan — though you’d be hard-pressed to know who they are, given the commotion surrounding a certain Lance Armstrong.



"everyone reacts differently"

pezcyclingnews.com, Edmond Hood, 8 December 2008
Posted by: lucybears

Pro cyclists live on the razor's edge; one moment Slipstream's (now Garmin) Timmy Duggan was safely in the Tour of Georgia peloton, with the prospect of his first Giro not far away. The next, he was on the tarmac with life threatening injuries.



"Those guys from down under are giving us a lesson in drinking !"

cyclingnews.com, Mark Zalewski, 26 November 2007
Posted by: lucybears

Slipstream team camp interview: Julian Dean & Timmy Duggan give their reactions to the Slipstream team camp a few days in and what they hope the upcoming season has in store.











--- advertisement ---