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Project Rainbow [Englisch] [Gebundene Ausgabe]

Rod Ellingworth

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17. Oktober 2013
Twenty years ago, British road cycling was in the doldrums: today it is at the top of the world, thanks to Bradley Wiggins's Tour de France win, Mark Cavendish's Road World title and the dominance of the British squad, Team Sky. Cycling has become that rare beast, a story of British sporting success built from the bottom up. As GB Elite Road Coach and Team Sky's Performance Manager, Rod Ellingworth is one of the chief architects behind that success. Here, for the first time, he tells the story of this amazing journey: the meteoric rise of both teams to the top of the road cycling world, and the four-year campaign that led to Mark Cavendish's historic Road World Championships title in 2011. With an introduction by Mark Cavendish.


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For those who have grown into cycling with the success of Great Britain on the track and tarmac, and now with Team Sky, this is the story behind the results. The fly-on-the-wall documentary, the insider account of arguably one of the biggest success stories in British sporting history - and it ends with the tantalising prospect of more to come. -- Colin Henrys If you have any interest at all in how Britain became a major force in modern day road and track cycling, I doubt there has been a finer explanation or testament published. Not only is it exceptionally well written without pretension or flourish, but it fills many of the historical gaps relating to Britain's place in top level, international cycling in the 21st century. While it works as a stand-alone books Project Rainbow also serves as additional insight into some of the other books written on this subject. But really, for me, the most valuable insights to be gained from Project Rainbow are into the life of a coach and how a good coach can go about getting the best out of the riders he has to work with. That, I think, is the key purpose of Ellingworth's story. This is not tittle-tattle from an insider, an anecdote-laden account of working with stars like Mark Cavendish: it's a manual for aspiring coaches (and - it must also be admitted - also a book for Team Sky's legion of fans in the business world who are tired of Sun Tzu and the likes of Who Moved My Cheese and want a management manual that draws lessons from cycling).

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Having represented GB from 1989 until his retirement in 2001, Rod Ellingworth founded and ran the GB Cycling Academy. Then, alongside Dave Brailsford and Fran Millar, he was instrumental in creating Team Sky in November 2008. William Fotheringham has been the Guardian's cycling correspondent since 1994. He has covered 22 Tours de France and four Olympic Games and his published work includes the best-selling biographies Put Me Back On My Bike: In Search of Tom Simpson and Merckx: Half-Man, Half-Bike. Most recently, he co-wrote Bradley Wiggins's bestselling memoir My Time.


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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great book. 4. Januar 2014
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Great read, very informative. A lot of insight into the process of producing a winning team through establishing the right culture.
5.0 von 5 Sternen from the inside 3. Januar 2014
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Nice story from the inside of british cycling. It explores the plans and approach behind guys like Mark Cavendish. It helps to understand some of the aspects of their success
5.0 von 5 Sternen excellent read 7. Dezember 2013
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Rod has gone pretty hard out here in explaining the detail he has gone to in preparing athletes and team sky. It's a good read and shows his process and why GB and sky have been so successful. I was surprised how he has left it all on the table, so to speak, about his opinions about things and people. Very open!
5.0 von 5 Sternen Great read, very insightful 16. Oktober 2014
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Great read, very insightful. Rod Ellingworth is a down to earth regular guy who shares a common sense approach to what it takes to get to the top as a country in cycling. Money aside it is all about energy and tenacity injected into the right program with the right goals in mind.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Ellingworth is on it! 27. August 2014
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Great, must read book
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