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April 13/18 12:27 pm - U17/Junior/Para Track Championships This Weekend


Posted by Editoress on 04/13/18
 

The first national championships of the year kick off this weekend at the Mattamy National Cycling Centre in Milton, Ontario with the 2018 Canadian Track Championships for Under-17, Junior and Para-cycling athletes.

Over 100 athletes from five provinces across Canada will participate in the three day event, which begins on Friday afternoon and continues through to Sunday. Under-17 and Junior (Under-19) men and women will compete in the Individual Pursuit, Keirin, Scratch Race, Sprint, Points Race, Elimination Race, 500/1000 metre time trials, Madison (Junior only), plus the Team Pursuit and Team Sprint.

 

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In addition to winning the prestigious maple leaf jersey of national champion, the Championships will serve as part of the selection process for the team that will represent Canada at the Junior World Championships later in the year.

Para-cyclists will compete across multiple categories in the Individual Pursuit and the 1000 metre and 500 metre time trial.

Mathieu Boucher, Performance Development Director at Cycling Canada, stated "We are very pleased to see record breaking participation at this year's Championships. As per last year, we expect this group of talented athletes to set new Canadian records and offer great performances throughout the Championships. Equally exciting will be the presence of Canada's NextGen Para athletes who are looking for strong showing during these championships."

Cycling Canada will be providing live Youtube coverage of the Championships for all three days.  For a complete schedule and links to the broadcast, please visit the following link.

 

Races will also be LIVE on YouTube daily

 
April 13 - Watch Friday 
April 14 - Watch Saturday
April 15 - Watch Sunday

 

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