Posted by Editor on 12/21/13
There are just over 24 hours left to vote for the 2013 Canadian Cyclist of the Year awards. This year has seen some of the closest races in the 17 years of the awards, and all three titles are still up for grabs.
For the Women's Canadian Cyclist award, track star Gillian Carleton holds a slight lead over national road champion Joelle Numainville, but both are still so close that less than 50 votes could switch their order.
The Men's title has become a battle between Tour de France rider Svein Tuft and Downhill World Cup champion Steve Smith. Smith has seen a big surge in the last 24 hours and has moved into the lead, but not by much, so this one will also go to the wire.
The Individual Performance balloting has also seen a change in the lead, with Smith's Mont Ste Anne win overtaking Tuft's Team Time Trial victory at the Tour de France. However, again, the margin is so tight that the winning performance could still go either way.
Voting closes at Noon EDT tomorrow (December 22nd), so Vote Now!
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