Sharon Laws previews Madrid Challenge

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Culminating in 46 days of racing, in 20 different races over 3 continents the Women’s World Tour wraps up on the 10 September in the tenth country – Spain – with the Madrid Challenge by La Vuelta.

In 2015 La Vuelta added a women’s race on the final day of the men’s three-week stage race through Spain, taking the lead from the original La Course event, held in Paris, on the final day of the Tour de France. The race takes place in the heart of the capital on the same circuit where the men’s peloton will contest the final stage of La Vuelta later that day.

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Sharon Laws – Cycling and the Real World

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When I retired from professional cycling, one of the first things I did was attempt to update my C.V.  I realised that since taking a ’sabbatical’ in 2008 (one year that turned into nine) I had a very large gap in my conservation career, which couldn’t be explained by a ‘little bit of time out’.

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Kasia Niewiadoma: Time out to recover, La Course, the Giro and 2018

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Hi Hi Hi!

It’s been a long time since I wrote to you guys! Right now I’m sitting on the couch…actually I’m laying down trying to get some rest after a hard training session today. My legs aren’t responding to me particularly well at the moment. Although this is actually pretty normal and predictable after taking a small break from the bike, a break that I really needed! I had a few days where I could focus on something other than cycling and I want to share with you one really important thing that I have learnt during this time.

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