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An interview with Judith ..., 8 April 2008 [cached]
An interview with Judith Arndt, April 8, 2008
Judith Arndt (High Road) Photo ©: AFP
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Team High Road's Judith Arndt is one of the most experienced members of the women's peloton.Nevertheless, victory in this weekend's fifth edition of the Ronde Van Vlaanderen for women was celebrated as if it was her first.
It is still almost surprising though, that a rider with the experience of Judith Arndt, with victories that include last year's Thüringen-Rundfahrt and the 2004 World championships, should be so excited by her victory this week.
"It's like you say: it's a monument in cycling," she enthused, "and ja, to win this race, it's like winning the World Championships."
This is something that Arndt can speak with authority about, having taken the rainbow jersey in the road race in Verona in 2004."It's the same, really," she continued, "because you have to be as fit as it gets and you need a really strong team and you need a lot of luck as well, and if everything falls together then you might be the winner.
- Arndt believes in celebrating as a team
"In the team meeting the day before," explained Arndt, "we said we want to be aggressive during the race, because a lot of times during this year we were always in the position that we had to chase, or we were always having to react.
Judith Arndt (Team High Road)
The chasing pack finished just twenty-one seconds behind Arndt and Armstrong with Wood taking second in the sprint - and fourth place.
So following that to its logical conclusion; despite the fact that the roll of honour names Judith Arndt as the winner, should it really say ‘Judith Arndt, Chantal Beltman, Luise Keller, Katherine Bates, Linda Villumsen Serup and Oenone Wood'?
"I do the World Cups," says Arndt in response to a question about next week's Ronde Van Drenthe.However, like many of her main rivals she won't be deliberately targeting the overall jersey - currently held by Nürnberger Versicherung rider Suzanne De Goede.Her reasons are the same as we hear from many riders in the women's peloton this year: "Not this year," she says of the overall competition, "because this year we have the Olympics, that's the highlight.I think it is [the same] for everyone, the highlight," she laughs.
Like many, she is aiming to be on top form come the Olympic Games in August.However, Judith Arndt does not have the luxury of being able to ignore all other results on the way."I try [to peak for the Olympics], but you know, I'm a professional bike rider for Team High Road, so every race I do I will give everything for the team.But in the back of my head, I want to be fit for the Olympics, and I hope that with the win yesterday, I hope that I have made a big step towards qualifying for [Beijing]."
Beyond the Olympic Games this summer is the matter of the World championships in Varese, Italy.For a former champion, the prospect of a second rainbow jersey is always a possibility, but Arndt is keen to just look at one target at a time."That's also a goal of course," she admits, "but first the Olympics.First, all the jobs I have to do for High Road, then the Olympics if I get qualified, and then of course the Worlds are always a nice thing."
Judith Arndt's golden season was in 2004, when she took the overall World Cup, the World championships and silver in the Olympic road race.Four years on, it would be no great surprise to see her repeat or better at least one of these.
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NZCT tour leader, Judith Arndt (HTC-Highroad). Judith Arndt and her HTC-Highroad teammates stayed calm and collected throughout a challenging final stage of Tour of New Zealand to allow the German rider to claim the overall race victory.
Judith Arndt (HTC Highroad) will wear the leader's yellow jersey going into stage2 of the NZCT Women's Tour of New Zealand.
In the penultimate race of her ..., 14 Oct 2012 [cached]
In the penultimate race of her 18-year career, Judith Arndt successfully defended the rainbow jersey to earn back-to-back individual time trial world titles. The German covered the 24.1 kilometer course in 32:26, setting a blistering pace of 45 kilometers per hour to win by a commanding 34 seconds.
"I am very proud of today's race," said Arndt.
It is the third gold medal at Road World Championships for Arndt who won time trial gold last year and the road title in 2004. She ends her career on Saturday with the road race in Valkenburg.
"I am very grateful to everyone who has supported me this year," said Arndt. "And I'm grateful for the support I've received throughout my whole career."
Arndt stood on the podium with her ORICA-AIS teammate Linda Villumsen.
"I'm very happy for Linda," noted Arndt. "She's a little superstar and a good teammate."
Arndt, Villumsen and Gillow were all part of the six-rider team time trial squad to claim silver on Sunday.
Arndt now trails Armstrong by ..., 24 Mar 2012 [cached]
Arndt now trails Armstrong by 11 seconds overall.
Arndt finished fourth on the stage and earned bonus seconds at both intermediate sprints to solidify her lead.
Judith Arndt
Judith Arndt Moves Into Second on Tour of New Zealand Overall
Judith Arndt Moves Into Ladies Tour of Qatar Race Lead
Judith Arndt Finishes Fourth on Ladies Tour of Qatar Stage One - the world centre of cycling, 22 June 2006 [cached]
Judith Arndt, of the T-Mobile women's team, still doesn't know whether she will ride in both national championship races this weekend. She is still suffering the after effects of a training accident in Philadelphia. Arndt is able to ride but still wears a splint on the broken little finger of her left hand, which prevents her from properly gripping the handlebar. In addition, she also has a sore throat.
"It doesn't look too good for the time trial," said Arndt on Friday, adding that she will decide at the last minute whether to ride in both the time trial and Saturday's road race - but she might decide to skip the time trial.
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