Tracy Moseley has had the world as her playground, Pete Scullion finds out whether it’s all swings and roundabouts ahead now that she’s a mum and a rider.
Words & Photography Pete Scullion
There are few better places to talk shop with a multiple World Champion than over bolognese at the two and a half kilometre mark in the Swiss Alps. While my brain and lungs struggled to make sense of the thinning air, there’s a composure that comes with any physical exertion from a professional athlete of two decades.
Despite having not all that long ago become a mum, keeping ahead of our motley assortment of European journalists doesn’t seem to be troubling Tracy one bit. My prying questions are dealt with in a similar manner. Lack of fuss, matter of fact, and full of insight that any successful athlete would be able to muster, but in a manner that is uniquely Tracy Moseley.
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