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Canadian para-cycling athletes raked in the medals for another consecutive day at the 2023 UCI Cycling World Championships in Glasgow, GBR, on Aug. 11.

Nathan Clement of West Vancouver, BC, and Shelley Gautier of Niagara Falls, ON, found themselves back on the podium with bronze finishes in the Men and Women T1 Road Race, respectively. After claiming the rainbow jersey in the time trial, Clement stopped the clock after the 31.2km road race 7:58m after Rongfei Lu’s (CHN) leading time of 56:30m. Meanwhile, Gautier crossed the finish line 12:59m after winner Pavlina Vejvodova’s (CZE) time of 1:15:30h for her second bronze of the week.

Other Canadian results included Kara Douville (WH4) of Calgary, AB, placing sixth, Matthew Kinnie (MH2) of Riverview, NB, placing seventh and Louis-Albert Jolin Corriveau (MT2) of Sainte-Claire, QC, placing 14th. Three athletes also contested the Men H3 category for the red and white: Alex Hyndman of Blenheim, ON (17th); Joey Desjardins of Hawkesbury, ON (19th); and Charles Moreau of Victoriaville, QC (22nd).
Mountain Bike Cross-Country Olympic (XCO)
Emilly Johnston of Comox, BC, finished just shy of the Women U23 XCO podium, completing the seven-lap course 1:54m behind leader Samara Maxwell (NZL). Ella MacPhee of Squamish, BC, also cracked the top 25, placing 24th. Carter Woods of Cumberland, BC, was Canada’s top finisher for the men, finishing 11th 3:14m after leader Charlie Aldridge of Great Britain (1:13:53m).

Two Canadians rode to top-20 finishes in the Men Individual Time Trials. For the Juniors, Matthew Ney of Victoria, BC, rode at an average speed of 45.801km/hr to finish with a final time of 29:52.11m for 12th. Meanwhile in the Elite category, Derek Gee of Osgoode, ON, placed 17th riding an average of 49.206km/hr for a final time of 58:17.17m.

Benoît Fisch and Patrice Lavoie of Montreal, QC, began their League B group games for cycle-ball. Canada won its match against Great Britain and Lavoie recorded additional goals against Romania, Hong Kong and Japan, putting them in sixth place before their final match tomorrow against Hungary.

Full results from the ninth day of the 2023 UCI Cycling World Championships can be found here and detailed information about the event can be found here.