• American Cyclist Kristin Armstrong Repeats Time-Trial Title, As German Judith Arndt Takes Second


    Posted almost 2 years ago by John Ohail

    Kristin Armstrong’s journey to a second consecutive cycling time-trial title wasn’t easy, but in the end, it turned out beautifully. Following her triumph in Beijing, Armstrong was at a transition point in her life. She was ready to start a family, which she did shortly after. Her son Lucas was born in 2010, which added a new commitment (and excitement) in her life. While she was overjoyed at the birth of her son, she knew she had to resume the long, grueling hours of training for the cycling season. It was evident Wednesday when she crossed the line in London faster than any other female competitor, that Armstrong had done the work, despite the newly experienced long hours of motherhood. It couldn’t have been any sweeter than when young Lucas accompanied her during her victory celebration in London for all to see. The now 38 year-old Armstrong, who normally hides her emotions well, was noticeably overjoyed as her life came full circle.

  • Kristin Armstrong Utterly Dominates Tour of Gila


    Posted about 2 years ago by John Ohail

    American road cyclist Kristin Armstrong was out in front from the start of the New Mexico based Tour of Gila. Winning four out of the five total stages of the tour, including the first three, Armstrong blew away the competition, taking the overall title by more than six minutes.

Kristin Armstrong

Date of Birth:
August 11, 1973
Boise, Idaho, USA
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Career Highlights

    • 2007: USA National Championship Women's Time Trial Champion
    • 2007: 2nd (Silver) – UCI Road World Championships Time Trial
    • 2008: 1st, General Classification, NZCT Women's Tour of New Zealand
    • 2008: Olympic Women's Time Trial Champion
    • 2009: 1st (Gold) – UCI Road World Championship Women's Time Trial
    • 2011: 1st overall and 3 stage wins – Sea Otter Classic
    • 2011: 1st, Women's Time Trial – Tour of California
    • 2012: Gold - Olympic Games - London - Time Trial