Friday, January 04, 2008
North American "Woman of the Year 2007"
I just opened the journal of cycling "Velo News", the February 2008 issue.
The 20th annual awards issue has our gal Georgia Gould as the North American Woman of the Year!
Not surprisingly with the perfect season, Gould was #1, Katerina Nash #2, and yet another Wobble-naught & Myo-facts sEMG/Dartfish user Shonny Vanlandingham #3 in the NMBS overall standings for cross-country and short track.
Many wonder how she rides so strong. We know that first of all she is smart and has the brains to focus on the correct things. Like sticking to the correct fit, allowing her to get the best line of pull from her muscles and the best range of motion from her joints. We don't know of any muscle pushing, so why have a fit that doesn't allow you to use your muscles to the best?
This is a funny sport, many of the top racers just go with whatever they dream up or learn over a very long course. By the time some learn more truth, their game is over. How sad!
Not for the fast learners like Georgia! She has become one of the top women pros in the world!
What is next for Georgia in 2008?