'There have been steps up along the way, but nothing unexpected': Ethan Hayter on his rise to top-level success

He recently won his first WorldTour race but it was no surprise, just steady progress, according to the super-talented young Brit

Ethan Hayter on the podium at the Tour of Romandie
(Image credit: Getty)

For each article in this long-running WATT WORKS FOR ME series from Cycling Weekly's print edition, we ask a pro rider about their favourite things in training: what has helped them most in getting to where they are today.  The aim is to get to the heart of the beliefs and preferences they hold dear when it comes to building form, maximising fitness and ultimately achieving results. For this edition, we speak to Ineos Grenadiers's Ethan Hayter...

You seem to have made huge progress over the past couple of years. What do you put that down to? 

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