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EPI 43 CONNIE CARPENTER PHINNEY #Legend

EPI 43 CONNIE CARPENTER PHINNEY #Legend

May 13, 2018

Welcome to Episode 43 The Colorado Series part 2 with Cycling Legend Connie Carpenter Phinney.  Connie started her athletic career on the ice in Wisconsin as a Speed Skater going to the Olympics. She was the youngest female to race in the Winter Olympics in 1972. She also was a Rower before getting super serious with cycling. She is a 4 time Medalist at Worlds Cycling Championships, Won Gold in the 1984 Olympics and retired the next day.  She is in the Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame, the US Bicycling Hall of Fame and the US Olympic Hall of Fame.  Wife of Davis Phinney, mother of Taylor and Kelsey Phinney and Co-Founder of the Davis Phinney Foundation.

 

Our Guests Today: Connie Carpenter Phinney #Legend

 

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