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Team Canada scored an impressive nine medals over the weekend at the second round of the Para-cycling World Cup in Ostend, Belgium, including five gold medals. Canada also finished fourth overall in the nation standings.
Cycling Canada is pleased to announce that 19 riders will be representing Canada at the second round of the Para-Cycling World Cup in Ostend, Belgium, on May 20-22.
At the upcoming Rio Olympic Games, the Canadian cycling team uniforms from Louis Garneau Sports will blend cutting-edge technology with a nod to tradition.
Canada closed out the 2016 Para-cycling Track World Championships on Sunday, in Montichiari, Italy, with a seventh place in the Men’s C1-2-3 Scratch Race by Tristen Chernove of Cranbrook, BC. While Chernove was seventh overall in the multi-category race, he was second among his fellow C2 competitors.