Bridie O'Donnell



Women’s race organisers in France have turned their tainted reputation a little muddier, after the debacle of the second consecutive cancellation of the Tour Languedoc Rousillion, originally scheduled as UCI 2.2 stage race from 17-22 May.

Professionals like Wiggle Honda's Rochelle Gilmore (L) and Georgia Bronzini (R) are affected by recent race disorganisation (Image by Wiggle Honda)

Professionals like Wiggle Honda's Rochelle Gilmore (L) and Georgia Bronzini (R) are affected by recent race disorganisation (Image by Wiggle Honda)

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Question marks in Qatar

30 January 2013 | 0:00 - By Bridie O'Donnell

The winner of the fifth Ladies Tour of Qatar won’t just be the most consistent rider who’s cunning (or lucky) enough to be in the front group when the peloton blows apart in the cross winds in today’s first stage.

The peloton at the 2013 Ladies Tour of Qatar (Reuters)

The peloton at the 2013 Ladies Tour of Qatar (Reuters)

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Big fish, small pond

17 January 2013 | 0:00 - By Bridie O'Donnell

For the second consecutive year, the Orica-AIS and GreenEdge teams won both the women’s and men’s time trial, road race and one criterium title.

The women's road race peloton at the Mars Cycling Australia Road National Championships (Mark Gunter)

The women's road race peloton at the Mars Cycling Australia Road National Championships (Mark Gunter)

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Committing fully

04 January 2013 | 10:00 - By Bridie O'Donnell

It’s 8.48pm on a beautiful, warm summer evening after New Years day and I’m on the rollers. Soon it’s going to be too dark to see whether I’ve finished the 30mins of nice, easy leg spinning that was on my program.

Bridie O'Donnell at the 2012 Mars Cycling Australia Road National Championships (Mark Gunter)

Bridie O'Donnell at the 2012 Mars Cycling Australia Road National Championships (Mark Gunter)

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