72-Time National Champion Coryn Rivera's Path To The Tokyo Olympic Games
About This Episode:In this week’s episode, Adam Pulford interviews accomplished pro cyclist and Olympic athlete Coryn Rivera. They dive into how Rivera developed into a professional cyclist, the training strategies she's implementing ahead of the Tokyo Olympic Games, and how she overcame challenges in her path to becoming an Olympic athlete.Episode Highlights:How Rivera developed from a junior rider into a professional cyclistRivera's advice for athletes preparing for events in extreme conditionsHow she's preparing for the unique challenges of the Tokyo GamesGuest Bio – Coryn Rivera:Coryn Rivera has over 72 National Championships to her name between road, track, MTB, and CX. She’s also a world champion and the winner of the 2017 Tour of Flanders, which no US rider (man or woman) had done before. She’s a vicious rider on the bike, a great human being overall – and she can shred the gnar on the MTB!Read More About Coryn Rivera:Website: http://corynrivera.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CorynRiveraRacingInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/corynriveraTwitter: https://twitter.com/corynrivera Listen to the episode on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, or on your favorite podcast platform
Episode 74: Coryn Rivera — 20 Questions with a 72x National Champion
King of the Ride
If you're a fan of US cycling then Coryn Rivera is a household name. One of the most accomplished cyclists in the entire world, this Filipino-American racer, Coryn is a ferociously fast sprinter who now races for the UCI Women's WorldTour team, Team DSM. This is one of the most fun interviews I've been part of as I play the second ever edition of Twenty Questions with Coryn. Enjoy! To see the near crash where Coryn deftly doesn't hit the deck, follow THIS link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r398keDaCl0 For more from Coryn, find her website: CorynRivera.com Or on instagram: @CorynRivera
Coryn Rivera is a road cyclist who rides for the UCI WorldTeam Team Sunweb. Over her 16 years of racing, she’s achieved 72 national titles and won the Tour of Flanders in her first year on the World Tour. In this conversation, she talks about growing up racing and training with Justin in California as a junior, the nail-biting team relay at Collegiate Nationals when she went head-to-head with Payson’s team and forced him to dig deeper than he’s ever gone, and the cultural challenges of moving to Europe and being the only American on her team. They also talk about her surprise win at the 2017 Tour of Flanders and how she navigated the pressure of achieving early success. Her ability to find mental fuel in spite of prestigious competition has been key to her ongoing success in the WorldTour, and she highlights the importance of finding a “why” after transitioning from junior and collegiate racing to the pro ranks. They also talk about elevating the profiles of entire teams rather just the team leaders in road cycling, and the life-threatening crash that made her turn down her professional racing opportunities and go to college instead. Lastly, they raise the difficulty of the Push Up Challenge yet again, and Coryn brings the heat.
This week, we are doing a deep dive into the relationship between physical and mental health. And we'll learn how one of the most successful female cyclists in the world - Coryn Rivera- balances both. Welcome To The training Edge.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Welcome to the Burning Quads, a collegiate cycling focused podcast. On the inaugural episode, Parker Ohlmann reviews the scope of this show and then chats with Coryn Rivera, discussing her experiences racing her bike in college.
Seven wins in 22 days ... That's a pretty impressive record for Julian Alaphilippe so far this year. Plus, he capped it off with his first monument classic win at Milano-Sanremo. We discuss the significance of his streak and how he managed to conquer some of the sport's top riders in Sanremo on Saturday.Then, we hear from American classics star Coryn Rivera. She discusses how she coped with the high expectations set by her stellar debut season with Sunweb and what we can expect from her in 2019.This episode of the VeloNews podcast is sponsored by Pactimo, who is kitting us out for our summer of gravel racing. Check out the Summit Stratos 12-Hour bibs we'll be wearing at Dirty Kanza 200 and other big events: https://www.pactimo.com/collections/the-12-hour-endurance-cycling-bibs-men-women?avad=219157_d15680ff9
VN pod, ep. 109: Coryn Rivera on worlds, and the Valverde debate
Best worlds ever? The Innsbruck edition of the UCI World Road Championships certainly had tons of exciting action. We hear from Team USA rider Coryn Rivera on how the action played out and what it was like for her to make that bold breakaway in the elite women's race.Then, we discuss Alejandro Valverde. He won the rainbow jersey with magnificent cunning, but for some, he is a symbol of the bad-old-days of early 2000s doping. How do we feel about having a world champion who served a doping ban after Operacion Puerto?All that and much more on this podcast.This episode of the VeloNews podcast is sponsored by Health IQ. To get a free quote and save money on life insurance, go to www.HealthIQ.com/velonews
Do you know Coryn Rivera? Yes, that Coryn Rivera, who won the Tour de Flanders in 2017 together with a bunch of other stuff.Differences between US and European races, favorite climbs, the women's cycling union (Cyclist Alliance). It was an awesome chat. It really was.Linking List:Coryn Rivera: https://www.strava.com/pros/1812254Tour de Flanders 2017: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pFOymhYEZ9AThe Cyclists Alliance: http://cyclistsalliance.org/The Sunweb Team: http://teamsunweb.com/Chase Animals by Phil Gaimon: https://www.amazon.de/Draft-Animals-Living-Cycling-Dream/dp/0143131249Glendora Mountain Road: https://rootsrated.com/los-angeles-ca/cycling/glendora-mountain-road-cyclingHelp me to fill the 2018 climbs sheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1qs_ubZdy0u_LPr53npWsFuGpCQ3qx303zXpJEEEFRpI/editHelp me interview Lance Armstrong: #lanceatbroomwagonA new Adventure. Going back to my first love. Climb mountains.But how to do it living in a flat city as Berlin is?That's Broom Wagon: how to train for climbing while riding in a flat city like Berlin.Voice by: CalamaroMusic by: Gurty Beats (https://soundcloud.com/gurtybeats)My email@example.com/readcalamarowww.instagram.com/calamaroccwww.spreaker.com/listencalamarowww.soundcloud.com/listencalamarowww.strava.com/athletes/2668270
We are pleased to introduce to our Bitch Talk audience a woman who is kicking ass in the cycling world. Her name is Coryn Rivera and she's taking no prisoners. We caught up with Coryn all the way across the world in the Netherlands as she is gearing up for her next big race with team Sunweb. Listen in and take some notes on how she handles her busy life and listens to her gut. We're truly impressed with this 24 year old and we know she's on track to change the world of women's cycling!
In episode one Loren and Abby discuss what's happened so far this year in the UCI Women's World Tour races, the riders that have impressed, and just fun stuff in general. After that Abby interviews recent Ronde van Vlaanderen winner Coryn Rivera of Sunweb! A great first episode packed full of fun conversation and action. Make sure to subscribe and stay up to date with all the episodes to come!