Tokyo 2020: Get to know Emma and Lily


As world champions Emma White and Lily Williams prepare for the final rounds of the team pursuit at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, the team collected a series of features highlighting their journey to the Games.

Emma White’s Olympic journey has included triumph, tragedy, and a once-in-a-lifetime transformation

“I’m a cautious rider on the road, so riding right next to people with no brakes and not being able to stop with so much speed was definitely something I had to get used to.” – Emma, read full story on VeloNews

Rally Cycling duo ready for Olympic Games debut in women’s Team Pursuit

“We couldn’t have been part of a better road program during this time because Rally Cycling gave us pretty much complete flexibility to train exclusively for the track, which has been really necessary, in my opinion, for both of us as pretty new riders for the track programme.” – Lily, read full story on CyclingNews

Lily Williams and her meteoric rise to peak with Olympic selection

“The year delay because of COVID has been really good for me because I’ve now effectively doubled the time I’ve had to train. I’ve had no distractions and all I’ve been doing is training to make the Olympic team. It’s my exclusive goal. I feel really lucky.” – Lily, read full story on VeloNews

Duanesburg’s White on track — with a road thrown in there — for Tokyo Olympics

“It’s a stressful time for everybody right now, but we’re just waiting to breathe again once the selections come out. I think that I, personally, have only gotten better since Berlin, and our team is moving pretty quickly.” – Emma, read full story on DailyGazette

‘Finally feels like it’s real’: Former Chiles star Lily Williams makes Olympic cycling team

“It has been nice to be around teammates and people committed to the same objective. That has really allowed us to remain motivated.” – Lily, read full story on Tallahassee