Meet the team
Voxwomen’s vision is to inspire and motivate women to ride – and to give them a platform to shout about their sport. Meet the team who are helping build one of the fastest growing women’s sports in the world.
Anthony is a speaker, cycling commentator, event MC, business founder and television specialist. With expertise firmly rooted in cycling he has been the voice of many of the worlds most exciting moments in cycling and has provided input and expertise to television broadcasts worldwide.
As well as his global work as a host and commentator, Anthony is a campaigner for the development of women’s cycling and has founded two successful media businesses, Cyclevox and Voxwomen, which create hundreds of cycling television programmes, live streams and full outside broadcasts.
Laura Winter is one of the original founding members of the Voxwomen team and presenter of the TV show. A sports broadcaster, host and commentator, she has long been passionate about increasing the coverage of women’s sport, and specifically cycling. As well as the Voxwomen Cycling Show, Laura also presents the NBC coverage of the Women’s Tour of California, the British Cycling Women’s Road Series on Eurosport, and the Asda Women’s Tour de Yorkshire as well as encouraging more women and girls to ride bikes. After a childhood spent swimming competitively, she is now a keen, but distinctly mediocre, cyclist and loves riding in her home county of Gloucestershire and further afield, in Provence and Girona.
Social media manager
Following the completion of a degree in photography, Emily Sutton embarked on a career in PR, which combined with her life-long love of cycling, led her to work in communications and social media at some of the UK’s most prolific cycling races.
At Voxwomen, she provides a voice to races that historically would have little to no coverage, providing live race updates so people globally can be well-informed. An expert in social media, she has worked on both domestic and international races for Voxwomen. She was also listed as one of Manchester’s 30 under 30 for her work as a cycling ambassador and aiming to bridge the gender gap in the sport.