Lifelong athlete, Inga Thompson turned to cycling in 1984 as rehabilitation from a running injury. Within months, she had made the Olympic team and soon after became
one of the world's best known women athletes.
A 10-time US National Champion, three-time Olympian, and two-time podium finisher
in the Women's Tour de France, Inga Thompson is a women's cycling advocate
and clean sport evangelist.
She lives on her 160-acre, horse-powered cattle ranch in Eastern Oregon.