Posted by Editor on 11/26/06
CanAm-Quebec Challenge - London, Ontario
Courtesy Bob Schelstraete
Reigning World and U.S. champion Stephen Hill will be competing in the CanAmQuebec Challenge at London's Forest City Velodrome. Hill, who lives in Winston, Georgia, won the U.S. elite kilo championship in Los Angeles and followed it up with the 750km masters championship and new world record in Manchester England in September. Competition promises to be tight with the participation of Quebec's Lawrence Laroux and Ontario's Jamie Shankland and Keith Thorarison leading their teams.
During the two day meet Hill will also attempt to break the Forest City Velodrome flying lap and kilo records.
Numerous London Track League races will round out the exciting weekend program. Racing at the velodrome located at Highway 401 and Wellington Road South begins Saturday (December 2nd) at 7pm and includes what promises to be a dynamite sprint tournament, and continues Sunday at 1pm, ending with a miss and out scratch race.
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