Tejay Van Garderen (BMC) talks about his first big Tour win and what’s in store for him in the future.
Tyler Farrar comes up short on the day; he talks with Universal Sports about his time in this year’s Tour.
New Zealand’s team captain, Huriana Manuel, discusses her team’s hard fought victory over Canada to win the Cup.
USA’s coach Ric Suggitt talks about his team’s close finish against Spain to win the Plate and discusses the upcoming World Cup.
American Beezie Madden talks about her historic win, as she becomes only the 5th woman in the history of the tournament to win the title.
Helen Langehanenberg (GER) discusses her big win and how impressed she was with the performance of her horse, Damon Hill.
New Zealand’s Coach, Gordon Tiet Jens, and Team Captain Tim Mikkelson talk about their London Cup and World Series win, and the World Cup yet to come.
Shalane Flanagan (USA) discusses her disappointment with a 4th place finish and how she is looking forward to competing again next year.
Jason Hartmann (USA) discusses his race performance, after he walked away 4th in the men’s race.
Men’s Marathon winner Lelisa Desisa, discusses what it feels like to sprint to the finish after leaving two racers behind in the final mile of the Boston Marathon.
Women’s Marathon winner Rita Jeptoo discusses the strategies she used to win her second Boston Marathon title.
Niklas Edin talks about his Swedish teaming winning the world championship.
Scotland skip David Murdoch talks about his team’s Bronze medal win.
Alex Woods discussed what it felt like to watch Oxford win after being taken to the hospital at the end of last year’s competition.
Constantine Louloudis, Oskar Zorrila, Alex Davidson and Karl Hudspith discuss how important this win was for Oxford University.
Acting USA captain Zack Test talks about Team USA’s biggest win of the season and the biggest since Hong Kong 2001.
Mark Cavendish talks about his stage win and how the race is going so far.
Rachel Homan (CAN) talks about losing the semi-final, but then beating USA for the Bronze.
World Cup champion, Petter Northug jr (NOR).discusses his race win and how important the World Cup Championship is to him.
Marit Bjoergen (NOR) talks about what it feels like to win the last race of the World Cup season.
Eve Muirhead of team Scotland talks about how special it is to win a world title after a ten year drought.
Marit Bjoergen (NOR) talks about what it feels like to be be leading the WC by 45 seconds after her big win today.
Eldar Roenning (NOR) discusses his first victory of the season in his “come from behind” victory today.
Canadian skip Rachel Homan talks about beating the USA and moving on to the Gold medal semi-final match.
American Kikkan Randall scores her first World Cup globe, winning by over a 100 points over Justyna Kowalczyk (POL).
With the final Snowboard Parallel Giant Slalom cancelled, Patrizia Kummer (SUI) misses her chance to win that Globe, but she does walk off with the overall World Cup title.
With the final Snowboard Parallel Giant Slalom canceled, Roland Fischnaller (ITA) walks off with the overall World Cup title.
American Sarah Hendrickson talks about how excited she is to win the last event of the World Cup season.
Piotr Zyla (POL) and Gregor Schlierenzauer (AUT) discuss how special it is to close out the World Cup season with a tie in the final event.
Fanny Smith (SUI) discusses how racing safely was the key to winning.
Tina Maze speaks about her triumphant season.
Race winner Therese Johaug (NOR) discusses how her home crowd motivated her in today’s race, making her give her all in an amazing performance.
With 1,535 points, Marcel Hirscher wins his second consecutive World Cup title and his first slalom Globe.
Alexander Legkov (RUS) discusses the strategy he used to win today’s race and how excited he is to be leading the overall standings.
American Hannah Kearney talks about how this year has been an emotional roller-coaster for her as she goes into the final event of the season leading the overall standings.
American Bradley Wilson talks about today’s win and ho he feels like he is a better competitor in Dual Moguls rather than single’s Moguls.
Race winner Alex Bilodeau (CAN) talks about his history of getting back to back wins at Are.
Ted Ligety (USA) picks up the Giant Slalom World Cup title, after winning this year’s World Championships as well.
It’s been 40 years since someone as young as Mikaela Shiffrin (USA) won a World Cup Globe, but she took the Slalom globe away from Tina Maze (SLO) in the last race of the season.
Kamil Stoch (POL) talks about how he won his second consecutive Ski Jump after a bad 1st jump.
American John Teller talks about earning his first World Championship medal, after he placed 3rd in the men’s final heat.
Fanny Smith talks about the strategies she used to win a hard fought race.
Iouri Podladtchikov (SUI) talks about his end-of-the-season win.
Ted Ligety talks about winning his 4th Giant Slaom World Cup title.
Halfpipe world champion David Wise talks about his strategy to winning.
Virginie Faivre talks about the risk involved in the sport of Halfpipe Skiing as she looks forward to getting to compete at Sochi.
D’Angelo Cherry talks about setting the second fastest time in the world in his big win today.
Barbara Pierre talk about how excited she is to get the win after finishing 2nd in the event last year.
Will Leer talks about getting his 2nd gold medal of the weekend, after he finished 1st in the Men’s 3000m.
Jeremy Wariner talks about making his return back to the track since his glory days at Baylor in 2004.
16 year old Mary Cain talks about how she was able to win the title, despite being being the youngest competitor in the race.
Ebonie Floyd talks about getting the win today after race favorite Mary Wineberg took a hard fall.
Jenn Suhr talks about setting the new world record in women’s Pole Vaulting.
Shaun White talks about his win and what’s next.
Johan Olsson talks about how he held the lead for 40kms in his unbelievable victory.
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