After Kristin Armstrong became a U.S. Olympic hero in 2008, mainstream media repeatedly asked her about Lance. Her response was golden.
The decorated track racer and time trialist will combine road and track goals in 2021, with the Tokyo games as her primary focus.
The three-time time trial Olympic gold medalist chatted with VeloNews about her new director role at USA Cycling.
Kristen Armstrong and Amber Neben are both over 40, so how can they manage to win the world's biggest time trial races?
Why is Kristin Armstrong such a great time trial rider? Is Esteban Chaves a grand tour monster in the making? Why is the Vuelta the best grand tour of the year? We tackle all of the big questions on this week's VeloNews Show.
The 42-year-old finishes the race with a 5.55-second buffer over her closest competitor.
America's top women time trialists hoped that Richmond would help settle the Olympic selection process. Instead, it made things murky.
Armstrong was happy to take the overall at the Women's USA Pro Challenge, but even more pleased to support the growth of women's cycling.
Coryn Rivera sprints to the final stage win as Kristin Armstrong takes the overall in the first Women's USA Pro Challenge
26-year-old Tayler Wiles takes the stage victory in Fort Collins, Kristin Armstrong holds on to her race lead
Twenty16's Kristin Armstrong claimed the first stage of the inaugural Women's USA Pro Challenge race and the leader's jersey.
Armstrong jokes that she's competing with retired NFL quarterback Brett Favre, returning to racing yet again out of love for the sport.
Kristin Armstrong wins the 2015 women's national time trial title, earning the final available place in the Richmond worlds ITT squad
Olympic gold medalist and former world champion Kristin Armstrong takes national time trial title in Chattanooga
Stevens rides to victory on short, fast course in Santa Clarita ahead of Lauren Stephens and 2012 Olympic TT champ Kristin Armstrong
Tayler Wiles will take Armstrong's place after confusion over USA Cycling's discretionary team selection criteria
After a three-year hiatus, Armstrong returns to the national team to race Pan Am Championships in Mexico this May
Two-time Olympic gold medalist won't refute rumors that she's weighing a return for 2016 Games
Kristin Armstrong is our International Women's Time Trialist of the Year
Olympic TT champ's two bike boxes return home from Eurobike empty
Rivals weigh in on what makes Wiggins, Armstrong so good against the clock
Defending Olympic champ Armstrong heads the list of women's time trial gold medal hopefuls after jumping a succession of hurdles since Beijing
USA Cycling expects Armstrong will be fine by Wednesday's individual time trial
The story of the 2008 Beijing Olympics, as told in the September 8, 2008 issue of VeloNews
Olympic champ, young Optum rider jump out to early Cascade leads
In a hard blow to the Exergy Twenty12 team, hometown favorite Kristin Armstrong crashed hard Thursday, halfway through the Exergy Tour’s 3.2km prologue
Ten years after the last HP Women's Challenge, the Olympic champ returns to Boise to fight for UCI points, $100,000 prize purse
Olympic champ Kristin Armstrong tops all comers in the Bakersfield women’s TT at the Amgen Tour
Olympic champ, former NRC champ Rory Sutherland lead SRAM Tour of the Gila from beginning-to-end after Armstrong, Craddock take final stage
Olympic time trial champ solidifies lead ahead of time trial; Sutherland defends his jersey
American Armstrong second in the 2012 women's Ronde van Vlaanderen
USAC boss comments on Armstrong decision
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ASPEN, Colo. (VN) — With the excitement of the incoming 2011 USA Pro Cycling Challenge as a backdrop, Olympic champion Kristin Armstrong of the Peanut Butter & Co.-Twenty12 team rode to overall victory in the inaugural 2011 Aspen/Snowmass Women's Pro Stage Race Wednesday before tens of thousands of cycling fans on the streets of downtown Aspen.
SNOWMASS VILLAGE, Colo. (VN )— Kristin Armstrong (Peanut Butter & Co.-Twenty12) soloed to victory in Tuesday's 35 mile stage 2 road race to take the overall lead in the 2011 Aspen/Snowmass Women's Pro Stage Race.
ASPEN HIGHLANDS, Colo. (VN) — Kristin McGrath of the Peanut Butter & Co.-TWENTY 12 team won the opening stage of the three-day Aspen Snowmass Women’s Pro Stage Race on Monday, completing the 7.8 mile course from the Aspen Highlands ski resort up Maroon Bells Road in 29 minutes and 15 seconds, climbing about 1,500 feet in altitude along the way.
Race officials neutralized and canceled the fourth stage of the women’s Nature Valley Grand Prix on the final lap after a large crash at the start/finish line took down a number of riders. Overall leader Kristin Armstrong (Peanut Butter & Co.-Twenty12) and defending champion Shelley Olds (Diadora-Pasta Zara) were among the crashed riders heading into the bell lap in the Uptown Minneapolis Criterium.
Kristin Armstrong waited until the rain let up to lay down the fastest time in the opening stage of the Nature Valley Grand Prix Wednesday morning. Armstrong (Peanut Butter & Co.-Twenty12) took control of the five-day race with a time of 14:30 in the 6.1-mile stage 1 Saint Paul Riverfront Time Trial.
HOOD RIVER, Oregon (VN) – After four days of racing around the Columbia River Gorge and surrounding mountains, the duel between Olympians Kristin Armstrong and Clara Hughes came down to the last 500 meters of the 2011 Mt. Hood Cycling Classic.
HOOD RIVER, Oregon (VN) — Kristin Armstrong fired the opening salvo in the showdown with fellow Olympian Clara Hughes Thursday at the prologue time trial of the 2011 Mt. Hood Cycling Classic.
SOLVANG, Calif. (VN) — Peanut Butter & Co.'s Kristin Armstrong put the 'I' in individual time trial Friday, dominating the Tour of California women's invitational, ahead of three HTC-Highroad riders: Amber Neben (second), Charlotte Becker (third) and Evelyn Stevens (fourth).
Friday's invitational women's time trial roster set
After the recent birth of her child, Olympic champion Kristin Armstrong is back on the bike and getting ready to race. She spent some time in San Diego's low-speed wind tunnel with Peanut Butter & Co.-Twenty12 and sponsors dialing in her fit and new equipment.
The women's team will switch bike sponsors in a two-year deal.
Kristin Armstrong says she’s hoping to return to competition to defend her time trial gold medal in the 2012 Olympic Games in London.
In a new regular feature, Nick Legan, a former ProTour mechanic and new VeloNews.com tech editor, takes your questions about gear and life in the trenches at the ProTour
A few months after retiring from one of the most successful careers in the sport, Kristin Armstrong is still living bike racing. Only now, the Olympic and two-time world time trial champion is in a new role as director of Peanut Butter & Co.-2012.
With a new title sponsor, a 10-rider squad stacked with junior and elite talent, and Olympic gold medalist and world champion Kristin Armstrong as the team's director, the Peanut Butter & Co/TWENTY12 women's cycling team is looking toward a promising 2010 season.