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Cycling with Lipstick & Lycra
Sep 17, 2020
World Track Cycling Champion Joanne Arancibia (Episode 7)
Joanne shares her journey from jumping on a bike 10 years ago to fulfilling her dream of becoming a World Champion in 2019.
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Jess Pratt: How winning the 2019 ZWIFT Academy competition changed her life (Episode 14)
Today’s guest is living a fairy tale that she well and truly worked for and deserves. Jess Pratt won the 2019 ZWIFT academy competition and earned herself a place in the 2020 Canyon SRAM women’s team. Next month Jess is part of the Australian Team to compete in the inaugural Cycling Esports World Championships competition. Hear Jess’s journey from racing Balmoral Cycling Club criteriums at the world famous “Muzz” to being a pro cyclist.
Nov 5, 2020
Grace Brown: On winning Belgium Classics and life as a pro cyclist (Episode 13)
Grace Brown only bought her first bike 5 years ago and just last month won a Belgium Classic after finishing 5th at the World Championships representing Australia. She’s had her best cycling season yet and has plenty more goals to chase. Hear Grace’s story from bike crashes in Norway to why she always travels with her favourite teddy bear.
Oct 27, 2020
Michael Shippley: Chasing Olympic dreams in Tokyo (Episode 12h
Michael Shippley is larger than life. You know when he is in the room or in the velodrome. He has an energy, enthusiasm and zest for life that is infectious. Michael, or Shippley as he is often known, is an Aussie para track cyclist in the C4 category. He’s a former triathlete and Olympic weightlifter. Then in 2014, his whole world changed. He had a motorbike accident which resulted in a left common perennial nerve palsy (foot drop) and multi ligament damage to his left knee. Shippley kept up his sports and found his way to track cycling which then took over in a big way. He’s a Qld Academy of Sport athlete and the current 1km time trial Australian Record Holder in his category. He’s currently chasing selection for the 2021 Tokyo Olympics and has a few months left to do it. Hear his story and learn what drives him towards Tokyo.