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Cycling Canada Announces 2022 World Champs Team

Cycling Canada Announces 2022 World Champs Team

Jackson Goldstone will be looking for his second World Championship win in the Junior DH category after claiming the rainbow stripes in 2021. Cycling Canada…

Thursday, Aug 18

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Jackson Goldstone will be looking for his second World Championship win in the Junior DH category after claiming the rainbow stripes in 2021.

Cycling Canada has announced a contingent of 51 athletes who will head to Les Gets, France to race in the UCI Mountain Bike World Championships on August 24-28.

The DH squad has big goals with Jackson Goldstone looking for his second World Championship win in the Junior DH Category after claiming the rainbow stripes in 2021. Coming off his win in Mont-Sainte-Anne, Finn Iles will also be eyeing the top step of the podium in the Elite category. World Cup Overall Leader Gracey Hemstreet is also strong contender for the Junior Women’s podium in what has been an incredible season for the Junior athlete from the Sunshine Coast. Canadian Downhill is growing stronger and stronger every year. Legends and icons like Stevie [Smith], Claire [Buchar], Miranda [Miller], and Finn [Iles], are, and have been, fueling the fire with our Juniors for the past few years. Canada is evolving into a formidable force in Downhill and we are very excited to showcase our athlete’s talent in this year World Championships.—Chad Hendren, National Team coach On the XC side, fresh off his National Championship win and three medals on the 2022 World Cup Circuit is U23 rider Carter Woods, who will be looking towards the podium after falling just shy at the 2021 World Championships. Elite riders Emily Batty and Peter Disera each claimed a National title at the […]

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