Wheels spinning, feet on the ground

Cramp, Stacey
June 1997
Women's Sports & Fitness;Jun97, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p35
Features a 27-year-old competitive cyclist, Cory Marshall Bemis. Significance of cycling to her health; Her cycling performances; How she manages her schedule in sport and job; How she makes the most of her limited cycling time; Training of Marshall Bemis; Achievements of Marshall Bemis; Other information.


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