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Podcast Special Feature Episode 48 – Sarah interviews Alex Green

Alexandra Green is a young Australian Para-cyclist, who was the 2012 C4 Individual Pursuit World Champion, and 2012 Paralympic C4 IP bronze medallist – in fact she’s never ridden at the Para-Cycling Track World Champs without bringing back a medal.

I’ve loved her blogs and photos since 2012, so of course I wanted to talk to her – all about being in the mid-point of the Paralympic cycle, what it was like racing in London and preparing for Rio, knowing her family were watching her race live at the 2014 Para-Cycling Road World Championships, and her life off the bike, including being the youngest member of the Cerebal Palsy Alliance‘s Board of Directors, finishing her degree in Mechanical Engineering, and being part of the Aussie para-cycling family. (27:38 MIN / 26.55 MB)

To stream the most medal-laden interview of the series yet, click here.

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If you prefer to read your interviews, I’ve written up a transcript of this over here.

To find out more about her, head to her website, and follow her on twitter, facebook and instagram.  You can buy bikes from her at the Clarence Street Cyclery in Sydney.  Here’s the video of her getting her bronze medal at the London Paralympics, and here’s a video profile of her by Cycling Australia:

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