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10.11.17
APPLICATIONS OPEN FOR WOMEN’S NEXTGEN PROGRAM
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The Cycling Canada NextGen Women’s Track Endurance 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 help them transition seamlessly into the elite ranks.

Selected athletes will receive a world-class Daily Training Environment with personalized and periodized coaching from the National coach, and integrated support services such as nutrition, mental performance, physiology and strength & conditioning. New to the program are a an increased focus on road training and competition, and the hiring of our new NexGen coach Jenny Trew, after the departure of former NextGen coach Cameron Jennings in May.

“Taking over from Cam Jennings and working with the group, staff and [women’s elite coach] Craig Griffin has been inspiring,” says NextGen Coach Jenny Trew. “It’s an exciting time for Canadian cycling with increasing alignment and athlete flow between the NextGen group and the Elite program.”

“The women’s endurance program has taken remarkable steps over the years with Cam,” said Cycling Canada’s Pathway Development Manager Jesse Korf. “With Jenny taking over and developing the program further, we have an opportunity to keep integrating the Next Gen and elite program. In addition, an increased focus on developing our junior pool really makes for an exciting dynamic and we feel that we are adding even more momentum to an already outstanding program”.

Applications can be completed online HERE.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 17:00 PDT, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20TH, 2017.

Any questions can be directed to NextGen Coach Jenny Trew at Jenny.Trew@cyclingcanada.ca