Harsh Realities Of Women’S Cycling, Part Three: Eating Disorders

Molly Weaver raced as a professional from 2015 to 2018 on several teams based in the UK and Europe. She was a trusty domestique who spent much of her career riding in the support of others. Weaver stepped away from the sport in mid 2018 after “a lifetime’s worth of misfortune” in one year — … The post Harsh realities of women’s cycling, part three: Eating disorders appeared first on CyclingTips .

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