Kennedy: World Championships Are A Chance For Redemption

Lucy Kennedy (Mitchelton-Scott)

Lucy Kennedy says that the World Championships is a chance for redemption after a season of setbacks. Despite an injury-ravaged year that means she raced just 21 days, Kennedy was named in the Australia team and is also in the running for Mitchelton-Scott ’s team time trial line-up. In just her first season in the professional ranks, this will be her first time at the World Championships “A bit of redemption and a chance to show the form that I’ve had all year just to display it,” Kennedy told Cyclingnews on a recent trip to Innsbruck to check out the road race course. “Ever since this Worlds course was announced, it had been a big target because it is a real climber’s course. Obviously, having missed all of the selection races I was a bit worried about selection so I feel grateful that they still have faith in my ability ...

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