Thursday, October 19, 2006

A note from Sima Trapp being a member of the USA Track Team.

Sima holds a master's degree in physical therapy. She understands what we do and also puts its to use. She is opened minded and is a professional in her practice and on the bike. In 2004,Sima won National TT Championships on a standard road bike? We point this out, as so many people pracitce in the medical field, but don't race at the National level. Sima outside focused on her muscles
If you are on a National team, you are looking for every edge you can. That is why Sima comes in every time she is home from National Team Camps to work on her game.
She uses our fit, plus our Myo-facts sEMG/Dartfish has her biofeedback to learn better what she needs to work.

I made the USA National Team for a second year. Last year there were 10 women in the Talent pool, this year it is down to 8, and next year will probably be down to 4-6 as we get closer to the olympics. I am so honored to be one of the 8 riders that will get to represent the US at Track events.

Here is the press release on the Track Talent Pool on
Two from TEAm Lipton and both Kristin and Sima are old team mates from Boise, ID.

Women’s Endurance Squad
Sarah Hammer (Temecula, Calif./Ouch Pro Cycling)
Neva Day (Manhattan Beach, Calif./Southbay Wheelmen)
Becky Quinn (Quakertown, Pa./Spike)
Kristin Armstrong (Boise, Idaho/Team Lipton)
Kori Seehafer (Louisville, Colo./Team Lipton)
Sima Trapp (Boise, Idaho/Colavita-Cooking Light)
Theresa Cliff-Ryan (Cedar Springs, Mich./Wolverine Sports Club)
Kelly Benjamin (Overland Park, Kan./Diet Cheerwine)

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