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April 2/24 15:58 pm - Ontario Dominates U17/Junior/Para Track Nationals with 24 Titles

Posted by Editoress on 04/2/24

The 2024 Junior/U17/Para Track Championships concluded on Sunday at the Bromont velodrome, with titles awarded in the team events, 500m/1000m time trials and the Madison races. Ontario riders were the strongest over the course of three days of competition, winning 22 titles in U17 and Junior categories, plus two in Para. Quebec was next with nine titles in Junior/U17 and four in Para, followed by B.C. with six in Junior/U17 and one in Para.

Day 3 Photo Galleries

Team Pursuits

Team Sprints

Para Time Trials

For Days 1 and 2 report, photos and results scroll to bottom

In individual titles, Alexandra Fangeat (Liftow p/b KW Cycling Academy) in U17 Women and Nora Linton (Attack Racing) in Junior Women each won six national titles. They were followed by three riders with five titles -  Eve Buczkowski (Attack Racing) in U17 Women, Jake Mclean (Liftow p/b KW Cycling Academy) in U17 Men and Jonathan Hinse (Equipe du Quebec) in Junior Men. Lili Salonen Berscht (Milton Revolution) in U17 Women took four titles, with seven more riders each winning two titles.

In the Team Pursuit competitions, Ontario and B.C. each won two titles, with Ontario taking U17 Women and Junior Men, and B.C. winning U17 Men and Junior Women. Team Ontario took three of four Team Sprint titles - U17 Women and Men, and Junior Men - while B.C. won the Junior Women. Both the U17 and Junior Women winning squads set new Canadian records.

The Para events saw Mel Pemble (GVVA) win the C3 Women's 500m time trial, while Lachlan Hotchkiss (Team Ontario won the C4 Men's 1000m time trial. Equipe du Quebec riders won the other two competitions, with Carlos Mauricio Uricoechea winning the C5 Men's 1000m time trial and the Men's Tandem team of Matthieu Croteau Daigle and Olivier de la Durantaye winning their 1000m time trial.

Buczkowski and Linton won their respective U17 and Junior Women's 500m time trials, while fellow Ontario rider Matthew Payne won the U17 Men's 500m time trial. Jonathan Hinse took the Junior Men's 1000m time trial for Quebec.

The final events of the Championships were the Madison races, with Ontario and Quebec splitting the four titles evenly - Ontario took the U17 and Junior Women's races, while Quebec won the corresponding Men's titles.


Ontario & Quebec Dominate Day 1 of Junior Track Nationals

Ontario, Quebec & BC Win Titles on Day 2 of Junior/U17/Para Track Nationals

Junior/U17/Para Track Nationals: Day 3 results


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