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February 19/20 8:42 am - Valley Velo Rolls out the Roster (Ontario)

Posted by Editoress on 02/19/20

Mentors and Coaches Sue Palmer and Julia Farell are pleased to announce the members of the newly formed Dundas Valley Velo Team for the 2020 road season. Coach Sue and Coach Julia have taken time to individually meet, ride many a mile together and connect with these committed and driven endurance athletes.

The group consists of a spectrum of athletes, some who already have many successes at the elite international, national and pro tour level through to those who are on the upward pathway to those levels. This multi-level approach provides an important balance and synergy that supports excellence. Most importantly, the individual athletes are already strongly united by their commitment to and belief in the team’s purpose, mission, vision and ethos. The team is supported by Grupetto Café, ARG Sports, Argon 18 and Cyclepath Oakville and many in the Dundas community.

Dundas Valley Velo Team
Leads - Sue Palmer, Julia Farell
Elite 1/2 - Jaime Gilgen, Julia Bradley, Carrie Cartmill, Alison Merner, Yael Klein
U19/U17 - Alejandra Elliott-Cordoba, Mackenzie Watson, Kiara Lylyk

About Dundas Valley Velo

To unlock the potential of female endurance athletes and give them unlimited opportunity in the sporting world.

To mentor, coach, lead and develop female road cyclists through passion, international experience and knowledge and proven podium success.

To create a strong connected group and podium focused female road cycling team that fosters all stages of development. To develop symbiotic relationships within a female centered cycling team and community.

A commitment to treat others in a respectful manner regardless of differences, the highest standards of honesty and personal integrity, the highest standards of athletic performance, preparation and cycling ambassadorship.


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