Day Two at Tour de l’Ardeche 2018

After such short stages yesterday, today felt like a marathon at almost 130km. It’s far more fun to shoot when you don’t have an eye on the clock to get to the finish after 10km! 🙂 With 10km to go I was pretty sure Tayler Wiles was going to stay solo until the finish as […]

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Day One at Tour de l’Ardèche 2018

Some stage races start with a prologue, it’s like a gentle introduction to a busy week or sometimes more of racing. Tour de l’Ardèche is not one of those races. We had two road road races! It was dark when I left the hotel this morning and it was long past dark again when I […]

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La Course 2018

I’m not going to lie, when I arrived in Annecy for La Course I wasn’t feeling it. After 10 days at the Giro and a terrible transfer to France I was running on fumes. Thankfully the riders didn’t feel the same, or if they did they didn’t show it! Putting on one of the most […]

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GP de Plouay 2017

I’m not one for getting stressed out when shooting races. Mostly because I meticulously plan what I want to do well in advance, but if part of the plan doesn’t come off then there’s no point getting stressed about it. It won’t change the situation, just move on to plan B, or C. Yet this […]

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La Course 2017

Races in the mountains are rare in women’s cycling. Today at La Course is our only real mountain top finish of the entire season. It makes days like these extra special! At 67km it was a very short stage so cramming in those all important photo opportunities, especially when much of the first hour of […]

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