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05.21.17
TEAM CANADA DOMINATES GP GATINEAU ROAD RACE

GATINEAU, May 21, 2017 – Team Canada took the top two spots on the podium on Saturday at the Grand Prix Cycliste Gatineau, with Leah Kirchmann taking the win ahead of team mate Kirsti Lay.  American Kendall Ryan (Tibco–Silicon Valley Bank) rounded out the podium. The eighth edition of the UCI race took the riders […]

05.20.17
CANUEL SECOND AT GATINEAU CHRONO

GATINEAU, May 20, 2017 – Canada put five riders in the top-10 at the Chrono Gatineau UCI time trial on Friday, with Team Canada’s Karol-Ann Canuel finishing second.  American Lauren Stephens (Team TIBCO – Silicon Valley Bank) held off two world champions to win the competition.  Stephens, who finished fourth last year, finished 3.64 seconds […]

05.19.17
CANADA FIELDS WORLD CLASS SQUAD FOR GATINEAU

GATINEAU, May 19, 2017 – Team Canada will field a world championship level squad for the women’s only Grand Prix Cycliste Gatineau this weekend.  The squad will include four Rio Olympians and two Olympic medalists. The Grand Prix Cycliste Gatineau, now in its eighth year, is the highest level internationally UCI sanctioned road event for […]

05.04.17
CYCLING CANADA RENEWS COMMITMENT TO ROAD CYCLING, HIRES KEVIN FIELD

OTTAWA, May 4th, 2017 – The post-Olympic year is a time for Cycling Canada to take stock and look at opportunities to improve performance and raise the profile of cycling in Canada outside of targeted Olympic disciplines. Road cycling represents one such opportunity. It is an important and accessible entry point for the general public […]

04.29.17
CYCLING CANADA STATEMENT

Ottawa, April 29, 2017 – Cycling Canada is aware of an article published in the media today regarding an adverse analytical finding for cyclist David Drouin. The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport is the lead agency dealing with this case, and has been in regular communication with Cycling Canada. The details of this case […]

03.08.17
CYCLING CANADA ANNOUNCES TRADE TEAMS FOR 2017

OTTAWA, March 8, 2017 – In its continuing effort to develop programs, policies and services to support Canadian teams, Cycling Canada is pleased to release the list of Cycling Canada Trade Teams as well as UCI Continental and Women’s Teams who have affiliated with our organization for the coming year. Cycling Canada’s success depends on […]

02.14.17
DENISE KELLY TO LEAVE CYCLING CANADA  

OTTAWA, February 14, 2017. – After six years driving the national women’s road program, Denise Kelly is leaving her position at Cycling Canada. During her tenure as National Women’s Road coach, Kelly has managed and coached Canada’s top elite women at numerous world championships and two Olympic Games, as well as working steadfastly to prepare […]

12.27.16
ELLEN WATTERS SUCCUMBS TO HER INJURIES

Dec. 28, 2016 (Ottawa ON) — Ellen Watters has passed away after suffering critical injuries when she was hit by a car while training outside Sussex, N.B., on Dec. 23.

10.26.16
NEXTGENMTE ANNOUNCES 2017 TEAM RACECLEAN ROSTER

OTTAWA, Oct. 26, 2016 – Cycling Canada is pleased to announce the roster of new and returning athletes who will compete for the NextGen Men’s Track Endurance (NextGenMTE) program and Team RaceClean in 2017. The NextGen Men’s Track Endurance program was launched in 2014 with the goal of being medal contenders in the men’s team […]

10.16.16
ROTH 15TH IN ELITE MEN’S WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP ROAD RACE

Doha, QATAR, Oct. 16, 2016 – The Road World Championships in Doha, Qatar, concluded on Sunday with the marquee Elite Men’s 257 kilometre road race. Ryan Roth of Guelph, Ontario, finished a stellar 15th, among the best professional riders in the world. Defending champion Peter Sagan of Slovakia successfully held onto his title in a […]

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