Featured on Medium.com “For big dreamers, stagnancy isn’t an option. Yet crushing records and chalking up wins takes behind-the-scenes patience and preparation. Without a doubt, it’s a fine line between crazy and cool-headed; in any type of extreme racing, the balance is an everyday necessity. It was triply so for the Project Speed crew, our group… Read More
Shea Holbrook is the first female driver to win a touring car race. The professional race car driver teamed up with cyclist Denise Mueller to shatter the world land speed bicycle record coming in at 183 miles per hour. The record had been held since 1995 and has been held by men for the last… Read More
In September, cyclist Denise Mueller-Korenek and professional race car driver Shea Holbrook arrived at the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah to break the world record for bicycle land speed. While Mueller-Korenek now officially holds the world record of 183.91 miles per hour, she repeatedly attributes its success to her team, particularly the connection she has with her driver, Shea… Read More
Read the full stories: https://www.wsj.com/articles/she-just-rode-184-mph-on-a-bicycle-really-1537200794 https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/2018/09/18/american-woman-pedals-mph-smashing-record-held-by-men-more-than-years/?utm_term=.e0c71d3d232e
WASHINGTON, Feb. 7, 2018 — A coalition of champion athletes and women’s rights activists arrive on Capitol Hill today to celebrate the 32nd annual National Girls & Women in Sports Day (NGWSD), a national observance celebrating the extraordinary achievements of girls and women in sports.