Saskatoon cyclist begins the next chapter in Europe Fergus English is one of Canada’s best up-and-coming road cyclists. He just finished competing with Team Canada at the Tour de l’Abitibi, in Quebec’s Abitibi-Témiscamingue region, one that covered almost 700 kilometres in seven days. He earned a podium finish in a race that also saw him involved in a crash, and all of this as he looks to compete at the junior worlds.
“I would like to go to junior worlds for road cycling,” says 17-year-old Fergus English. In order to do that the Canadians need to win more points. So if I can earn any more points, get any more results that will help me get selected for that team. That would be amazing.”
“Our local organizing committees across the country have been selected as some of the best in the business to showcase each respective discipline at the highest level on the Canadian domestic calendar and we’re thrilled to see these events come to life,” said Josh Peacock, Director of Marketing & Events at Cycling Canada.
The last few months have been a whirl-wind for this young man that just graduated from high school in Saskatoon. In fact while listening to the graduating speeches at the Walter Murray grad, about chasing your dreams and moving onto the next chapter in life, at that moment, he received notification that his cycling career was about to take off.
“I was actually at my grad when I opened my email and saw that was invited […]