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Davis Phinney

by on Apr.13, 2008, under Archive, cycling

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Davis Phinney, one of America’s cycling legends and one of our all-time favorite guests, came on with us while recuperating from brain surgery. The wide ranging conversation covered everything from his surgery, dealing with Parkinson’s Disease and the excitement around his son, Taylor Phinney, making the US Olympic team at the age of 17.””
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Phil Liggett

by on Oct.18, 2007, under Archive, cycling

cmrPhil Liggett is a true legend of cycling and having only 15 minutes to chat with him at Interbike recently was not nearly enough. So Huddle and I set up an early morning chat with the Voice of Cycling so we could spend a full hour going through his amazing career
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Taylor Phinney

by on Sep.02, 2007, under Archive, cycling

Tcmraylor Phinney. Can you believe that the son of cycling legends Davis Phinney and Connie Carpenter is now 17 years old and one the best up and coming cyclists in this country? He won the Junior World Time Trial World Championship this summer and is hoping to make his first Olympic team at the trials this October
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Steve Larsen

by on Jun.10, 2007, under Archive, cycling

cmrSteve Larsen is an amazing athlete. He grew up in Davis, California where local boy Dave Scott was his hero. Greg LeMond set him up on his bike and began bike racing at the age of 13. Lance Armstrong, Bobby Julich and George Hincapie were guys he raced with and against. He competed in the Giro d’Italia twice, moved to mountain biking and won two NORBA National titles, won XTERRA events and blew everyone away in his first ever Ironman Triathlon in Lake Placid. If you’ve got a long workout planned, definitely podcast this hour plus trip down endurance sports memory lane. Steve is simply an awesome interview who never hesitates to tell it like it is.
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Davis Phinney – Live from the Tour of California

by on Feb.25, 2007, under Archive, cycling

cmrDavis is one of our favorite guests on The Competitors. We were lucky enough to sit down with him to discuss his career, cycling, his family and of course the Amgen Tour of California as we taped live on the final day of racing through long beach.
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Bob Stapleton

by on Feb.18, 2007, under Archive, cycling

Bcmrob Stapleton is the General Manager of the T-Mobile Cycling team and he came on with Bob and Paul after Stage One of the 2007 Amgen Tour of California. In this wide ranging interview he touched on his disappointment in Discovery Channel’s signing of Ivan Basso and his understanding that the sport has to make major changes to get it’s credibility back
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Ned Overend

by on Jan.07, 2007, under Archive, cycling

cmrThey call Ned Overend ‘The Lung.’ At the age of 50, he has accomplished anything and everything in the world of endurance sports including completing the Ironman Triathlon in 1980, making the US team for road cycling, finishing second twice at the Pike’s Peak Marathon, winning 6 NORBA National titles and two World Championships as a mountain biker, two XTERRA mountain bike triathlon world titles and now the 50-54 year old division at the Cyclocross Nationals. Ned took some time on Sunday night to chat with the boys about the growing sport of cyclocross and how it feels to still be kicking ass at 50
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Davis Phinney III

by on Aug.01, 2005, under Archive, cycling

cmrRight after Lance won his seventh Tour de France, legendary cyclist Davis Phinney came on air to chat about Lance, about just making the stage cut-off time, about Team 7- Eleven’s half day in yellow and Bob Roll the cyclist and about his fight with Parkinson’s Disease.
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