The winner of the so-called Queen Stage of this week’s USA Pro Cycling Challenge from Gunnison to Aspen was George Hincapie of BMC Racing Team. In his post-win press conference, Hincapie credited in part, food. Indeed, diet does play a role in an athlete’s performance. Aspen Public Radio’s Marci Krivonen visited with the chef for Team Radio Shack as he cooked for its cyclists following yesterday’s stage of the race

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One Response to Cooking for Champions

  1. Awesome premise, awesomer discussion. I love Aspen Public Radio.

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