The Track Cycling World Cup season kicked off in style in Manchester on Friday 1st November. Joanna competed in the 4km Team Pursuit alongside Laura Trott, Dani King and Elinor Barker where they blitzed the qualifying ride in a new World Record time of 4:23.9, over 4s quicker than their nearest... read more
Joanna recently wrote for Mail Online about getting back racing following breaking her collarbone and the upcoming track season.
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Olympic and World cycling champion Joanna Rowsell is to be patron of the 2014 Balfour Beatty London Youth Games CLICK... read more
Joanna recently did an interview with Roadcyclinguk.com talking road racing, team time trialling and the upcoming track season which can be found... read more
On Saturday 7th September I competed in the Individual Pursuit at the International Belgian Open in Gent which was my first race after breaking my collarbone on 3rd August. Four weeks after the operation was sooner than my surgeon would have liked me to be riding, but with valuable qualification... read more
It is now 4 weeks since I broke my collarbone and I have really surprised myself with my progress over the last 2 weeks. After a slow start over the first 2 weeks, by week 3 I was training up to 2 hours a day on the Wattbike and then last week I made the leap to riding my bike on the track. It’s... read more
I am writing this blog 2 weeks after my crash at the Prudential Ride London GP where I broke my collar bone. I can hardly believe 2 weeks has passed, it has gone really quickly. 5 days after my crash I had an operation at a hospital in Manchester to have a plate and 6 screws put into my... read more