Pro Cyclist Alison Tetrick Left a Molecular Biology Career for Life on the Road

By Sports Technology Wire on September 14, 2018

SportTechie is launching a new series in which we will seek out the views and opinions of the athletes who use and are powered by technology. As part of this series, SportTechie sat down with Alison Tetrick to find out about how technology affects her training, racing, and overall job as an athlete.

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Alison Tetrick is a pro road cyclist and a star of the growing gravel racing scene. In 2017, she racked up wins at Dirty Kanza (a 200-mile gravel race near Emporia, Kans.), Gravel Worlds (a 150-mile race near Lincoln, Neb.), and The Queen’s Stage Race (a three-day event near Ketchum, Idaho). She won Gravel Worlds a second time this summer.

It’s really good for me as an athlete to learn to go as hard as I can

Alison Tetrick

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