Saturday marked day two of the three day 2023 Ontario Cycling Provincial Championships being hosted in North Bay and East Ferris. Brett Stoppa earned a gold medal in the U23 men’s criterium race at the Ontario Cycling Provincial Championships in his hometown of North Bay on Saturday. bowed his head and smiled as a gold medal was placed around his neck. (Eric Taschner/CTV News Northern Ontario) Climbing onto the podium after wining the U23 men’s criterium race, formerly from North Bay, cyclist Brett Stoppa bowed his head and smiled as a gold medal was placed around his neck.
“I was confident enough in my sprint and I knew if it came down to my sprint, I knew I could win it,” he told reporters after the win.
Stoppa at 22-years-old is part of a team in Belgium and competes in races that take place in several European countries, including in: Serbia, Norway, Denmark and France. RELATED STORIES
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