Tips for a Successful Criterium: Page 3 of 3

Training & Health

10/14/2008| 0 comments
by Katie Compton, CTS Pro Coach

Tips for a Successful Criterium

You don’t have to be the strongest rider in the pack to race well in a criterium and come away with a positive experience instead of a frustrating one.

sit up and celebrate until you actually reach the finish line. There’s no worse way to lose a race than through premature celebration.

Katie Compton is a Pro Coach for Carmichael Training Systems, Inc. and a champion cyclist in just about every event. She won the 2004 and 2005 US Elite National Cyclocross Championships, she’s won several medals and set world records driving a tandem in Paralympic competitions, and she has been winning criteriums, road races, and mountain bike races for nearly 15 years. To find out what CTS can do for you, visit www.trainright.com.

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