Aftermath: Team Nissan finishes on podium at OCBC Cycle Singapore 2011

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We had the privilege to check back with the girls from Team Nissan after they completed the Nissan Challenge at the OCBC Cycle Singapore 2011. True to their expections before the race, Stacy Low of Team Nissan emerged victorous with a podium finish, coming in second in the Nissan Challenge.

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Cheryl Tay: You girls still look energetic after the race! How did the race go? 

Sanny: Fun! This was my first competitive race and it was well organised.

Veronica: It was fun cycling on the highway, with the whole road to yourself for once!

Jamie: It was fun with a lot of space for overtaking!

 

Cheryl Tay: What could have been improved? 

Veronica: Definitely my timing!

Sanny & Jamie: Cut down on the corners; it’s definitely a safety issue.

 

Cheryl Tay: What’s next?

Veronica & Sanny: The next big thing – Aviva!

 

Cheryl Tay: What was the first thing you girls felt like doing right after the race? 

Jamie & Stacy: Having an ice cold beer and of course to share the good news.

Veronica: A good shower!

 

Cheryl Tay: For our readers who want to start cycling competitively, any tips on how to get started? 

Jamie: Find a group of friends and train hard!

Veronica: It is extremely essential for novices to get their cycling ethics r

ight first.

Sanny: Train smart with a group of friends to motivate you all the way!

 

Photos of girls from Team Nissan.

 

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