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December 8/05 7:10 am - Canadian Cyclist of the Year, Canadian Cycling Achievements

Posted by Editor on 12/8/05

Canadian Cyclist of the Year

It is time once again for the Canadian Cyclist of the Year awards, now in their 9th year. We have changed the format slightly, based on the success of the Canadian Cycling Achievements voting system. However, the awards are still the same as always:

Canadian Cyclist of the Year - Female
Canadian Cyclist of the Year - Male
Best Individual Performance

Voting remains open until December 29th, with the results announced December 30th. Cast your vote Here.

Canadian Cycling Achievements

The voting remains open for another 48 hours on the top-10 Canadian Cycling Achievements. Thus far, the standings are:

1 Alison Sydor's 3 consecutive world titles 
2 Lori-Ann Muenzer Olympic gold medal 
2 Steve Bauer in yellow for 10 consecutive days at 1990 Tour 
4 Alison Sydor's 13 consecutive top-5 finishes at world championships 
5 Alison Sydor's 17 World Cup victories 
5 Steve Bauer's 1988 Tour (4th overall, stage win, 5 days in yellow) 

Register your vote Here


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