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07.26.17
CYCLING CANADA ANNOUNCES CANADIAN CYCLING HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES FOR 2017

OTTAWA, July 26, 2017 – Established in 2015, the Canadian Cycling Hall of Fame recognizes outstanding achievement and contribution to cycling racing in or for Canada. There are currently two categories of membership in the Canadian Cycling Hall of Fame: Athletes and Builders. At present, sixteen members have been inducted to the Hall of Fame; fourteen athletes and […]

07.18.17
CYCLING CANADA, OCA, THE UCI AND CANADIAN ATHLETE KRISTEN WORLEY SETTLE HUMAN RIGHTS APPLICATION TO PROMOTE INCLUSIVE SPORTING ENVIRONMENTS

Kristen Worley has settled her human rights application with Cycling Canada, the Ontario Cycling Association and the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI). Worley sought changes to the policies, guidelines, rules and processes surrounding XY female athletes, gender verification and therapeutic use of required hormones that are captured by anti-doping regulations. “Today, I am satisfied that the […]

06.22.17
BARISTA AND CYCLING CANADA ANNOUNCE NEW NATIONAL PARTNERSHIP

Montreal, June 22, 2017 – Cycling Canada is proud to announce that Barista will be coming on board as an official partner of the organization, benefiting the athletes, the support team, and the fans. By becoming the official coffee supplier of Cycling Canada, Barista will provide coffee for athletes and the support team and will […]

06.01.17
CYCLING CANADA ANNOUNCES 2018 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS CALENDAR

OTTAWA, June 1st, 2017 – Cycling Canada is pleased to confirm the 2018 calendar for national championships across Road, Track, Mountain Bike, Para-Cycling, BMX and Cyclo-cross.  The national championships represent the highest level of competition on the domestic calendar.  Champions receive the red and white maple leaf jersey, and compete around the world in those […]

04.12.17
CYCLING CANADA HALL OF FAME NOMINATIONS OPEN

OTTAWA, April 12, 2017 – Established in 2015, the Canadian Cycling Hall of Fame recognizes outstanding achievement and contribution to cycling racing in or for Canada. There are currently two categories of membership in the Canadian Cycling Hall of Fame; Athletes and Builders. At present, sixteen members have been inducted to the Hall of Fame; fourteen athletes and two […]

03.23.17
CYCLING CANADA PARTNERS WITH THOUGHT TECHNOLOGY                                     

OTTAWA, March 23, 2017 – Thought Technology has joined Cycling Canada’s family of performance partners with a commitment to provide biofeedback products and technologies to support Canada’s elite cyclists on the road to Tokyo 2020 and beyond. The long-term partnership will provide state-of-the-art biofeedback and neurofeedback technologies as tools to help evaluate and enhance psychophysiological […]

02.16.17
PIERRE LAFONTAINE – AN INTERVIEW WITH THE CEO OF CYCLING CANADA

On January 1st of this year, Pierre Lafontaine took on the role of CEO at Canada’s national cycling federation, Cycling Canada.  He inherits the position from Greg Mathieu, who retired following a term of almost eight years.  During Mathieu’s tenure, Canada’s high performance program experienced tremendous growth, particularly on the track, and now has a […]

02.08.17
CYCLING CANADA HIRES PATHWAY DEVELOPMENT MANAGER

OTTAWA, February 8, 2017. – Supported by Own the Podium, Cycling Canada welcomes to its ranks Jesse Korf who will be filling the new position of Pathway Development Manager. Korf’s main responsibilities will be in talent identification and development, including: – Supporting NextGen coaches in the delivery of high performance-aligned programs – Assisting NextGen coaches […]

12.23.16
CHERNOVE, PENDREL & RITTER CHOSEN AS CANADIAN CYCLISTS OF 2016

December 22, 2016 (Paris, Ontario) – The 20th edition of the Canadian Cyclist of the Year awards saw two newcomers and one repeat winner for this Olympic year, in these Peoples Choice awards.  Olympic bronze medalist Catharine Pendrel of Kamloops, BC, was chosen as the Female athlete of 2016, while world champion Stefan Ritter of […]

12.22.16
GARNEAU® AND CYCLING CANADA RIDE TOGETHER TOWARDS TOKYO 2020

Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures, Quebec – December 22, 2016 – As a new Olympic cycle begins, Garneau® and Cycling Canada are pleased to announce that their long-term partnership, now in its 32nd year, will extend to the Tokyo Olympic & Paralympic Games in 2020. Garneau® will continue to provide competition clothing for the Canadian National Team in road […]

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