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02.07.18
CYCLING CANADA TO HOST UCI PARA-CYCLING TRACK WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS IN 2020

Milton, ON, February 7, 2018 – Cycling Canada is pleased to announce that it has been selected by the International Cycling Union (UCI) to host the UCI Para-Cycling Track World Championships in 2020. Once again, the Mattamy National Cycling Centre in Milton, Ontario, will play host to the best athletes in the world, with over […]

01.16.18
CYCLING CANADA INTRODUCES NEXTGEN PARA PROGRAMS

Ottawa, ON, January 16, 2018 – Cycling Canada is pleased to announce a significant expansion to the national Para-cycling program with the establishment of dedicated NextGen programs in both Eastern and Western Canada.  Canada’s Para-cycling athletes are among the best in the world, winning an incredible 11 world titles on the road and track in […]

12.30.17
BEVERIDGE, CHERNOVE, DAL-CIN & WOODS TOP 2017 CANADIAN CYCLIST AWARDS

Ottawa, December 30, 2017 – The 21st edition of the Canadian Cyclist of the Year awards saw three newcomers and one repeat winner for 2017, in these Peoples Choice awards.  Three-time national champion Allison Beveridge of Calgary, Alberta, was chosen as the Female athlete of 2016, while Top-10 Vuelta a Espana winner Mike Woods of Gatineau, […]

11.13.17
CYCLING CANADA HIRES PARA-CYCLING DEVELOPMENT COACH – WEST

Ottawa, November 13, 2017 – Cycling Canada is pleased to announce the recent appointment of Phil [Philippe] Abbott to the position of NextGen Para-cycling coach-West.  Working under head Para-cycling coach, Sebastien Travers, and in tandem with NextGen Para-cycling coach-East, Guillaume Plourde, Phil will head the para-cycling development program based out of Calgary, Alberta.  Abbott’s main […]

11.10.17
CYCLING CANADA ANNOUNCES 2018 NATIONAL CALENDAR

Ottawa, November 10, 2017 – Cycling Canada is pleased to release the national and international events competition schedule for 2018.  Beginning in March and running through to December, the competitions calendar spans the country, with events ranging from the Atlantic provinces to the Pacific coast. Josh Peacock, Competition Coordinator at Cycling Canada, said, “We are […]

10.17.17
PARA-CYCLING NEXTGEN PROGRAM APPLICATION NOW OPEN

The Cycling Canada Para-cycling NextGen Program is now accepting athlete applications for the 2018 season. This program is focused on providing targeted athletes with an elevated level of support to deliver international podium performances and transition seamlessly into the elite ranks. In addition, the program offers athletes without prior experience an opportunity to see if […]

10.03.17
CLASS OF 2017 INDUCTED INTO CYCLING HALL OF FAME

Milton, October 3, 2017 – The third annual induction to the Canadian Cycling Hall of Fame took place on Sunday at Rattlesnake Point Golf Club in Milton, Ontario, with over 150 people attending the luncheon that saw Gary Longhi, Albert Schelstraete-Coulier, Karen Strong and Steve Smith become the newest members of the Hall of Fame. “To […]

09.26.17
EVENT OF THE YEAR VOTE NOW OPEN

Ottawa, September 26, 2017 – After a very exciting season of racing throughout the country, Cycling Canada invites all cycling fans to vote online over the next few weeks to determine the 2017 Cycling Canada Events of the Year. Fan vote will count for 50% of the overall consideration for Road, Track, Mountain Bike, BMX, […]

09.04.17
CANADA FINISHES PARA ROAD WORLDS WITH 5 WORLD TITLES

Pietermaritzburg, September 4, 2017 – Canada finished the Para Road Cycling World Championships on Sunday in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa, with a historical fifth world title and seventh medal of the championships, when Tristen Chernove of Cranbrook, BC, won the C2 men’s road race. Chernove, who had earlier in the week won the C2 time trial […]

09.03.17
GAUTIER WINS SECOND GOLD MEDAL AT PARA ROAD WORLDS

Pietermaritzburg, September 3, 2017 – Shelley Gautier of Toronto, Ontario, won her second world title at the Para-cycling Road World Championships in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa, on Saturday, bringing Canada’s total medal count to six for these championships. Gautier, who had earlier won the women’s T1 category time trial, won the 24.3 kilometre road race with […]

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