After finishing 16th in her debut at the games in London, Ashley Moolman-Pasio had gotten an insight on what she needed to do and what it would take for her to win an Olympic gold.
With her performance four years ago at the games, she had seen that if she planned to bag the gold medal which she badly desires, she would have to put more effort and practice even harder.
The fast approaching women road race in Rio has caused the cyclist to put that knowledge into use as she is training even harder and aiming for the Olympic gold medal. With some of the strongest midseason performance the world of women cycling has ever seen, Pasio had shot the very front line of women’s cycling during the intervening period and had secured her name as one of the favorites to look out for in the race.
In an interview with Cycling News, she said:
“London was my first Olympic games. It was quite an overwhelming experience because I had only represented South Africa one time before that at the world championships in Copenhagen.” Continue reading “MOOLMAN-PASIO GOING FOR GOLD AT THE OLYMPIC GAMES”