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The Judith Arndt diary 2007
With her T-Mobile teammate Kimberly Baldwin retiring at the end of 2006,
Judith Arndt takes over the reigns to write a diary for Cyclingnews
in 2007. Deemed as one of the world's best female cyclists, Arndt already
has World Championship titles on both the track and the road - winning
the 3000m Individual Pursuit in 1997 and the road race in 2004. She has
also proven to excel in longer tours, having won the challenging Tour
de l'Aude twice in the last five years.
Arndt is an 18-time German Champion; she has won eight World Championhip
medals on the track and placed second in the Olympic Road Race in 2004.
As well as her impressive list of results, Arndt is known as a generous
rider, willing to play the role of domestique to help her teammates to
many victories. Stay tuned to Cyclingnews for Judith's account
of her 2007 season with T-Mobile.
Index to all entries
Latest entry: October 5: How the Worlds unravelled for Germany
- October 5: How the Worlds unravelled for Germany
- August 15:
Winning at the Giro & Thüringen
- June 20:
A perfect race to finish Canadian campaign
- June 19:
It's not over 'til you cross the line
- May 13:
Time flies when you're winning
1: Bring on the new season!