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November 10/07 4:53 am - McMaster's Cycling Symposium

Posted by Editor on 11/10/07

McMaster's Cycling Symposium

Hosted by McMaster Cycling Club in conjunction with the National Cycling Centre Hamilton

Attention all cycling enthusiasts...

The McMaster Cycling Club invites you to their second Cycling Symposium on Friday, November 23rd from 7:00-9:00PM, where three highly qualified guest speakers will be giving 30 minute informative presentations on various cycling-related topics. The Symposium will be held in the new Athletic Complex (David Braley Athletic Complex room WB 112/113) at McMaster University.

All ages, all abilities are welcome! Only $5.00 admission!

This night promises to be filled with great educational material, as well as entertaining speakers to get everyone through the winter months and energized for the upcoming racing season. We encourage all cycling enthusiasts to attend. The scheduled talks are listed below...

"Protein Intake During Endurance Exercise"
The new view on what should be in your water bottle

Dr. Martin Gibala PhD (University of Guelph)
Professor at McMaster University
Department of Kinesiology
Gatorade Sports Science Institute Advisory Board Member

"Olympic Training in the last 30 years"
How cycling has evolved over the last 3 decades

Sue Palmer-Komar (1996 and 2004 Olympian) and Brian Chewter (1976 Olympian)

"Training with Power"
How to make sense of all those numbers

John Holman
NCCH Coach
NCCP Level III Mtn and Level II Road Certified

The McMaster University Cycling Club is a student-organized team composed of current students and alumni that either race competitively or just ride recreationally as a way to promote healthy living.

Proceeds from the Symposium will go towards the team's goal of competing in an NCAA race in Massachusetts in March, 2008.

For directions to McMaster University:
For the David Braley Athletic Complex): (number 54 on map).


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