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The road leads to Europe

Spotlight brightening on Durango native Carmen Small, women’s cycling
Carmen Small has a love-hate relationship with her time-trial bike, which she calls the “torture machine.” It’s a grueling event, but it earned her a bronze medal at the Road World Championships last year.
Topping off a spectacular 2013 season, Durangoan Carmen Small crosses the finish line to win the bronze medal Sept. 24 at the Road World Championships in Florence, Italy.
Durangoan Carmen Small, right, shares the podium with gold medalist Ellen van Dijk, center, of Holland and silver medalist Linda Villumsen of New Zealand after winning the bronze in the women’s individual time trial Sept. 24 at the Road World Championships in Florence, Italy.

The road leads to Europe

Carmen Small has a love-hate relationship with her time-trial bike, which she calls the “torture machine.” It’s a grueling event, but it earned her a bronze medal at the Road World Championships last year.
Topping off a spectacular 2013 season, Durangoan Carmen Small crosses the finish line to win the bronze medal Sept. 24 at the Road World Championships in Florence, Italy.
Durangoan Carmen Small, right, shares the podium with gold medalist Ellen van Dijk, center, of Holland and silver medalist Linda Villumsen of New Zealand after winning the bronze in the women’s individual time trial Sept. 24 at the Road World Championships in Florence, Italy.
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