Earlier today, Nick Hartley spoke to Beijing road race Olympic champion Nicole Cooke.
Yesterday, she announced her retirement from competitive cycling, with a parting shot at cycling authorities and drug scandals within the sport.
"I have always been totally clear that I set out in cycling to see how far I could go clean, and that has always been the case for me" she told ITV News.
"I wanted to be able to sit here today and say that every one of those races I won was down to me riding clean. "
Ian Jenkins, Director of Development for Welsh Cycling, says Nicole Cooke's success has helped produce a fresh generation of 'world-class youngsters', who 'have been inspired by Nicole's success - and aspire to follow in her footsteps.'
Welsh cyclist Nicole Cooke - who won gold in the women's road race at the Beijing Olympics in 2008 - has announced she's retiring from competitive racing.
The 29-year-old from the Vale of Glamorgan also competed in London last summer, helping teammate Lizzie Armitstead to silver.
Nicole Cooke started Great Britain's gold rush in Beijing four years ago, and still hopes to do the same this time as well.
As she prepares to defend her title, Rob King looks at the prospects of the Golden Girl of Welsh sport.