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08.18.17
QUEBEC DOMINATES PARA ROAD RACE CHAMPIONSHIPS

Bromont, August 18, 2017 – The 2017 Global Relay Para Road Championships p/b Lexus concluded on Thursday with national titles awarded in the road races for multiple categories.  Held in Bromont, Quebec, the national championships bring together para-cycling athletes from across Canada to compete for the opportunity to become Canadian champion. The road races were […]

08.17.17
QUEBEC WINS 4 TITLES ON OPENING DAY OF PARA ROAD NATIONALS

Bromont, August 17, 2017 – The 2017 Global Relay Para Road Championships p/b Lexus opened on Wednesday with national titles awarded in the individual time trial for multiple categories.  Held in Bromont, Quebec, the national championships bring together para-cycling athletes from across Canada to compete for the opportunity to become Canadian champion. The time trial […]

08.17.17
CYCLING CANADA ANNOUNCES STRONG SQUAD FOR MOUNTAIN BIKE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

Ottawa, August 17, 2017 – Cycling Canada is pleased to announce the team of 46 riders that will represent Canada at the Mountain Bike World Championships, to be held in Cairns, Australia, on September 5-10. Team Canada includes an Olympic medalist, former and current world champions, plus some of Canada’s most promising riders for the […]

08.16.17
CYCLING CANADA ANNOUNCES SELECTION CRITERIA FOR INAUGURAL UCI URBAN CYCLING WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

Ottawa, August 16, 2017 – Cycling Canada has released the selection criteria for athletes interested in competing at the 2017 UCI Urban Cycling World Championships, which will be hosted in Chengdu, China from November 8-12. The championships will include events in three cycling disciplines; BMX freestyle park, mountain bike trials and mountain bike eliminator. This […]

08.14.17
CANADA’S TOP PARA CYCLISTS ATTEND GLOBAL RELAY ROAD CHAMPIONSHIPS P/B LEXUS IN BROMONT

Bromont, August 14, 2017 – Para-cycling athletes from across Canada will gather in Bromont, Quebec, this week for the 2017 Global Relay Para-cycling Road Championships p/b Lexus on Wednesday, August 16th and Thursday, August 17th.  Riders will compete in the Time Trial on Wednesday and the Road Races on Thursday. Time trial events will take […]

08.13.17
ELLSAY & COTE WIN CRITERIUMS TO CONCLUDE CANADA GAMES

Winnipeg, August 13, 2017 – The cycling events at the Canada Summer Games in Winnipeg, Manitoba, concluded on Saturday evening with the Criterium competitions for women and men.  Gillian Ellsay of British Columbia took her second title of the Games, as did Pier-Andre Cote of Quebec for the men. Crowds came out to watch the […]

08.11.17
HARTWELL TO LEAVE CYCLING CANADA FOR TRINIDAD & TOBAGO

Milton, August 11, 2017 – Erin Hartwell is returning to Trinidad and Tobago after a successful three-and-a-half years building the foundations of Cycling Canada’s track sprint program. As of September 18, Hartwell will take on the role of Technical Director of Cycling for the Sports Company of Trinidad and Tobago, to service the Trinidad and Tobago […]

08.10.17
QUEBEC SPRINTS FOR GOLD

After a rest day following the time trial, Canada’s top U23 male riders were back at Birds Hill Provincial Park today to compete in the 120 kilometer road race. The calibre was very high with 49 riders taking the start, some of which have been competing in continental teams all season. Racing conditions were much […]

08.09.17
BOILARD WINS SECOND MEDAL OF THE GAMES

After racing in the individual time trial yesterday, Canada’s top U23 female athletes came back to Birds Hill Provincial Park to take part in the road race. Unlike week 1, the weather was not on their side and athletes faced cold and rainy conditions throughout the day, affecting some of the riders who finished the […]

08.09.17
B.C. & QUEBEC WIN FIRST ROAD TITLES AT CANADA GAMES

Winnipeg, August 9, 2017 – Cycling competition at the Canada Summer Games resumed on Tuesday with the Road events, starting with the individual time trial for men and women.  British Columbia and Quebec collected all the medals, with each winning a gold, while Quebec also won both silver medals and one bronze, and British Columbia […]

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