Karen Hogan Talks About Loving Technical Courses, And Taking the Women’s 45-49 National Title

Pin It
Karen Hogan solo-ing in for the Women's 45-49 win at Nationals 2014. © Steve Anderson

Karen Hogan solo-ing in for the Women’s 45-49 win at Nationals 2014. © Steve Anderson

Karen Hogan went out early and took the win in the Women’s 45-49 race on Thursday. We caught up with her (and second place, Margell Abel) to find out how the racing action played out.

On the course… I loved it. So technical, but that suits me a little bit.

On getting out in front… I though that that would be my preference just because then you don’t have to worry about people not technically making a curve, or a turn, or a run up or whatever. So I was hoping to be by myself.”

On tactics… In the off camber right after the drops, and I separated a little bit and then just tried to go for it.

Watch the full interview here:

For all the best Cyclocross Nationals 2014 coverage, including bike profiles, race reports, results and video interviews, check out our 2014 Cyclocross National Championship Page here.

 

 

Cyclocross Magazine, Issue 22, Print and digital subscriptionsHave you subscribed yet? You're missing out if not. Get all-original content and your cyclocross fix throughout the year with a subscription and Issue 23 back copy, with features on Lars van der Haar, Jonathan Page, Elle Anderson and more!

Stay up to date:

Search for a product, review, race or racer:

Visit these cx-loving companies:





Support CXM at no extra cost to you:

About Us | Jobs | Subscribe | Contact Us


Copyright © 2007-2014 Cyclocross Magazine - Cyclocross News, Races, Bikes, Photos, Videos All rights reserved.