Interviews

Here we go … … … the interviews of Corri a 6 Zampe!

A lot of questions full of interesting answers useful for “catching” the thousand different aspect of the canicross’s world. So many tips very useful to enjoy this sport, both for those are new with canicross and also for advanced teams which can understand the points of view narrated by the top world athletes.
Many personal impressions whom can also enrich the baggage of those athletes who are always looking for that extra detail, useful to make the difference!
Be sure that by reading our 6-legged interviews, you will be pleasantly impressed by the sentimental aspect of this sport.
In all the answers given by the world’s top-canicrossers, it is always clear, tangible and evident, the deep respect and unconditional love they have for their 4-legged friends that after all, are the most important and joyful part of the canicross.
Enjoy the reading 😉


Here you can find the pleasant interview we had with the European and World Champion Ben Robinson. We had the honour and the pleasure to have a nice chat with him and all the good impressions we already had, have been confirmed through every of the answers he gave 😉 . It is not a case if we want to start our “interview adventure” just with him 😉 .
Thanks Ben! (read the interview here)

The three-time World Champion and two-time Vice-European Champion Tessa Philippaerts, gave us the possibility to read another wondeful interview. You will discover the point of views of such a champion 😉 and you will be fascinated by her way to live this fantastic sport. In her words you will read how deep is the bond with her fantastic dogs and you will find much food for thought. Hurrah for the canicross women’s movement 😮
Thanks Tessa! (read the interview here)

A new beautiful interview with a super champion in sports and everyday life: Damjan Žepič. Reading the answers given us by the winner of the TdM 2016, the toughest and most beautiful canicross stage race in the world, you will understand perfectly how it is original his point of view and how it is great and deep the love he has for his fantastic dogs!
Thanks Damjan!
(read the interview here)

Really did you think we would not even interview an Italian canicrosser?!?! Well, God forbid! 😉
In fact here you can find the beautiful words Enrico Calandri released, a very strong italian athlete member of our National team. By reading the answers you will find it worthed the wait, because you will have the chance to discover the human and kind side of the Vice Italian Champion of Canicross. A good boy who knows how to run fast but always by looking the wellness of his 4-legged life partners.
Thanks Enrico!
(read the interview here)

Here you can find for the first time on Corri a 6 Zampe, the canicross’s sister discipline … bikejoring! For this debut we could not think of “any” and we decided to have the Italian Champion as well as 2017 World Champion, Giuseppe “Bomba” Bombardieri.
The result is a beautiful interview, full of useful tips and furthermore rich of experiences and emotions of a story of life lived always, with the maximum respect given to his 4-legged team mates.
An interview so engaging that it has become a story rich and flowing, that we decided to post it without the “canonical” questions which has become superfluous! 😉
Enjoy the Bomba’s interview … in name and in fact! (Bomba is the nickname of Beppe BOMBArdieri and litteraly it means bomb)
Thanks Beppe! (read the interview here)

For us at Corri a 6 Zampe it’s very important to interview special people.
That’s why we choose Agata, who is a very strong athlete and a member of the British national team. She is also made her two fantastic dogs an amazing running companions.
Thanks Agata (read the interview here)

Sometimes it happens that between two people immediately there is a certain harmony created. An affinity of thought from which then comes a deep esteem and a mutual affection. Well, this is what happened to me with a French canicross Champion: David Dargelosse. A boy who is a Champion with a capital C because he can live with his dogs based on a relationship of respect and a friendship, made an unique and indelible bonding just by running together. Canicross as a way of life to achieve the most important goal … happiness. I leave you to read the beautiful answers that David gave us and from which, we can truly understand even more, the magic of our sport.
Ah, I almost forgot … he runs with Brittany 😉
Thanks David! (read the interview here)