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2012.04.21 - emma

Like so many races before this year I also came a bit to short in Fleche Wallonne on Wednesday.
Mentally it’s hard when you are used to be up there at all time and right after the race is my hardest moment. The day after when I’m back on my bike it feels a lot better and I know that I’m getting one step closer for every time I have pain and for every time I’m suffering…
On my sofa in Zingem it all makes sense and I feel confident that I will be back, it’s only a matter of time! At the moment I’m watching a bad movie on channal één and my legs are up high preparing for tomorrows Roeselare.



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  1. Hej!

    Vi på tidningen Hem & Hyra skulle vilja göra en telefonintervju med dig! Det handlar om ett personporträtt med frågor om kommande OS, uppväxten i Sollefteå och din cykelkarriär.

    Hem & Hyra är Hyresgästföreningens medlemstidning med över en halv miljon läsare. Intervjun skulle publiceras i vår edition i Jämtland och Västernorrland.

    Jag kan nÃ¥s pÃ¥ [email protected]

    Peder Nääs Sundemyr
    Hem & Hyra

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Name: Emma Karolina Johansson.

Profession: Cyclist

Born: 23 Sep 1983, Sollefteå, Sweden.

Team: Wiggle High5

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