Meet the team

Voxwomen has a team of game changing contributors based across the globe. Their combined passion is to bring the sport to life to fans. They share thoughts, combine in generating ideas and have links into the women’s peloton to get in depth interviews and articles. Meet some of our game changers below.

Voxwomen’s vision is to inspire and motivate women to ride – and to give them a platform to shout about their sport. Meet the team who are helping build one of the fastest growing women’s sports in the world.

Laura Winter

Laura Winter is one of the original founding members of the Voxwomen team and presenter of the TV show. A sports broadcaster, host and commentator, she has long been passionate about increasing the coverage of women’s sport, and specifically cycling. 

As well as the Voxwomen Cycling Show, Laura also presents the NBC coverage of the Women’s Tour of California, the British Cycling Women’s Road Series on Eurosport, and the Asda Women’s Tour de Yorkshire as well as encouraging more women and girls to ride bikes. After a childhood spent swimming competitively, she is now a keen, but distinctly mediocre, cyclist and loves riding in her home county of Gloucestershire and further afield, in Provence and Girona. 

Emily Sutton

Following the completion of a degree in photography, Emily Sutton embarked on a career in PR, which combined with her life-long love of cycling, led her to work in communications and social media at some of the UK’s most prolific cycling races.

At Voxwomen, she provides a voice to races that historically would have little to no coverage, providing live race updates so people globally can be well-informed. An expert in social media, she has worked on both domestic and international races for Voxwomen. She was also listed as one of Manchester’s 30 under 30 for her work as a cycling ambassador and aiming to bridge the gender gap in the sport. 

Hannah Walker

Hannah Walker is a former cyclist and national champion, now turned social media, marketing and PR manager for Voxwomen and UCI professional women’s team, WNT-ROTOR Pro Cycling.

Hannah is also a cycling commentator for races such as the British Cycling National Series, British Elite Circuit Series, Zwift, La Course by Le Tour de France, Ceratizit Madrid Challenge by La Vuelta, Le Tour de Yorkshire and more. 

Named in last year’s ‘Top 30 Under 30’ in BikeBiz, Hannah is still as passionate as ever about cycling and is still an avid cyclist herself, albeit more of a fair weather rider these days. 

Lucy Hinchey

Lucy is a sports media professional with eight years experience both in Australia and in Europe. She has worked for national sports federations Cycling Australia and Tennis Australia, and more recently has built a successful freelance business which has taken her all around the world – from the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games in Australia, to Roland Garros in Paris and the Wuhan Open in China. 

Lucy was new to Voxwomen in 2019, working on Women’s WorldTour races Liege-Bastonge-Liege, Tour of Flanders, Amstel Gold and the Giro Rosa providing social media race coverage. 

Kimberley Keay

Kimberley has been involved with Voxwomen since its inception and has assisted the team with communication activity at pinnacle events in the women’s professional race calendar. 

Whether it be PR and social media support, event management or even a spot of occasional on-camera presenting; she has taken on many roles to assist with Voxwomen’s growth. Having been involved in the cycling world from a young age, and with international race experience herself, she is dedicated to helping to raise the profile of the women’s professional peloton.


Anthony McCrossan

Anthony founded Voxwomen after commentating and working on the UCI Women’s World Cup. He thought that the sport of women’s cycling was under publicised and that the stories of the women competing and racing were too good to not be told. So he called together a team of women and gave them a presentation on his vision for a platform called Voxwomen. 

Now the team has grown and expanded, developing podcasts, events, blogs and much more. He is involved day to day in continuing to find ways to get the sport recognised, alongside his international role as a commentator and race speaker.


28th February 2015

Voxwomen launches globally.

8th June 2015

170 Kickstarter supporters fund Voxwomen to make a pilot womens cycling show for Eurosport. This show has grown to be shown across the world with 6 episodes per year.


Voxwomen nominated for Best Broadcast coverage at the annual BikeBiz awards.


Voxwomen nominated for Best Media Initiative in the Women’s Sport Trust #beagamechanger awards alongside England Rugby’s Red Roses campaign and Sky Sports women’s cricket coverage.


We stream all stages of the Giro Rosa alongside Trek as a partner. Reaching a huge global audience daily.

The Monday Briefing is born.

The Voxwomen Big Day Out is held in Southampton with Chloe Hosking and Dani Rowe as special guests.