By Kenneth Lundgren
I remember racing Bear Mountain Fall 2005. A breakaway of four went up the road. On the final lap, one of the riders, Ryan Morris of Cornell University, had flatted, and we picked him up road-side. Two more guys were scooped up, leaving only Dan Zmolik up the road, able to stay away for the victory.
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This article is the second of a series by esteemed Medical Director and Physiologist Iñigo San Millán of the Saunier Duval-Prodir Pro Tour Team. Wanna get really scientific about your training? Consider getting the man himself in your corner here.
Kristin Armstrong won the World's TT, reversing a 20-30 deficit after the first 10k (due partially to a dropped chain). Kristin picked up almost a minute over the next most downhill 18k. Wonder how she got her aerodynamic edge?
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We got this article via Craig Upton, fellow Kiwi and friend of the author Ben Miller, PhD in Sports Medicine. Ben is also the husband of Meredith Miller, TEAm Lipton rider.