Has Tokyo 2020 or La Vuelta inspired you to improve your sprint finish or increase your endurance and staying power? InfoCrank power meter is hosting a series of online events giving you the chance to get up close and personal with cycling legends and get some training tips direct from the best – Anna Meares, Stuart O’Grady, Graeme Brown will be special guests at the next session, with Matthew Keenan as host.
Stalwarts of the sport, our cycling stars will let you into the secrets of life as an elite athlete – what it’s like to train and race as one of the best riders in the world. They will then share top tips and advice that you can take away and incorporate into your own training and racing.
Anything you’ve always wanted to know? The legends will be answering questions from attendees with a comment box live during the event where you can submit your question.
One of Australia’s greatest and most-loved sportstars, Anna Meares is without doubt among the most inspirational global sportswomen of the modern era.
The first Australian to win individual medals in four consecutive Olympics, including 2 golds, Anna is an unbelievable 35-time Australian track champion, an 11-time world champion (the most decorated female track cyclist of all time) and has held Olympic, world, Commonwealth and national records.
An incredible cyclist, known for his performances both on the road and track, Stuart O’Grady won a gold medal in the men’s Madison at the 2004 Olympics, and then went on to win Paris-Roubaix in 2007. Stuart is also a 17-time Tour de France contender.
And a familiar face on our series of InfoCrank webinars, two-time Olympic champion Graeme Brown will also be joining the discussion. Graeme spent 16 years in the professional peloton, with gold medals in the team pursuit and Madison alongside Stuart O’Grady in 2004 among the highlights.
Calling the world’s greatest cycling events, Matthew Keenan is one of the world’s most loved commentators and has established himself as Australia’s leading cycling broadcaster. Following a stint commentating on La Vuelta, Matt will join the event and host the discussion with the athletes.
As Matt discovered last year, in his Tour training challenge, riders of all levels can apply the lessons of the greats.
The online event will take place on Thursday 9 September at 7.30pm AEST. Click here to view the session and sign-up.