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Half the Road: The Passion, Pitfalls & Power of Women's Professional Cycling

HD   Unrated Closed Captioning

Kathryn Bertine

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About the Film

Modern society has long believed that women hold up half the sky in terms of equality and progression. So when it comes to the sport of professional cycling, why aren't women receiving half the road?Directed by pro cyclist Kathryn Bertine, Half The Road: explores the world of women's professional cycling, focusing on both the love of sport and the pressing issues of inequality that modern-day female athletes face in male dominated sports. With footage from some of the world's best races to interviews with Olympians, World Champions, rookies, coaches, officials, doctors and family members, Half The Road offers a unique insight to the drive, dedication, and passion it takes for a female cyclist to thrive.Included as well are notable women who have achieved inroads in other sports, such as Kathrine Switzer, the first woman to official register (as "K.V. Switzer") and run the all-male Boston Marathon in 1967; the iconic photo of her being attacked by a race official was listed by Time-Life as among its "100 Photographs that Changed the World."Narrated by Bob Roll and featuring Marianne Vos, Kristin Armstrong, Emma Pooley, Evelyn Stevens, Ina Teutenberg, Amber Neban, Rochelle Gilmore, Connie Carpenter-Phinney, Chrissie Wellington, Kathrine Switzer, Dr. Richard Carmona & more.

Customer Reviews

not great

Ok, I'm a bloke, who cycles. The film asks why women's cycling isn't popular; a lack of interest for this film seems to provide an answer.
I will admit to being very impressed that these women have full time jobs and have to fit in their training around work. I would like to have seen more about the training regime they go through - that would be interesting.
I feel bad for saying it, but this film is boring.

Half the Road: The Passion, Pitfalls & Power of Women's Professional Cycling
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  • £13.99
  • Genre: Sports
  • Released: 2014

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