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September 23/15 18:47 pm - Registration Open for Track Nationals


Posted by Editoress on 09/23/15
 

Registration is now live for the 2015 Canadian Track Cycling Championships, which will be held October 7-11 in Milton, Ontario. Athletes from across the country will convene at the Mattamy National Cycling Centre, the home of Canada's National Track Cycling program, with hopes of securing the coveted Red and White jersey in five days of Championships events.

The velodrome at the Mattamy National Cycling Centre in Milton welcomed the best of the Americas this past July during the 2015 Pan-American and Parapan-American Games. Cycling Canada's national team athletes electrified the Milton crowds in July, collecting a total of thirteen medals at the velodrome.

Register for the 2015 Canadian Track Championships now! Early registration fees ($20 savings) are valid until September 28th at Noon Eastern Time. Registration closes on October 4th, at 11:59 pm ET. Full event schedules and details are available in the Event Technical Guide.

Spectators will require tickets for the evening sessions on October 7th, 8th and 9th. Tickets are available Here. The events will be free for spectators for all other sessions.

The Championship weekend will also feature a special celebration of the inaugural class of inductees into Cycling Canada's Hall of Fame on Saturday, October 10th. An unveiling of commemorative plaques will take place at 11 am at the velodrome followed at Noon by a luncheon. Tickets for the Hall of Fame luncheon are available Here.

Individuals interested in volunteering for this event can send an email with their availabilities to Mel Crosby (m.crosby@sympatico.ca), who will be coordinating the volunteers for the Championships.

 


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