Marianne Vos: The Big Interview

Marianne Vos, Revolution, series 10, round 2

Marianne Vos is the best professional cyclist in the world, a colossus bestriding women's cycling. At just 25, she has already won everything there is to win, in most cases more than once: cyclo-cross, road and track world titles, the women's World Cup, Olympic track and, latterly and most memorably, Olympic road race gold.

We'd run out of space listing her achievements, but 2012 was a self-professed "best year ever": she beat Lizzie Armitstead to Olympic gold and took a world title in her back yard, a second Giro win, the World Cup classification and a cyclo-cross world title.

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