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Ottawa, ON (July 26, 2023) – Over 130 athletes have been selected to represent the maple leaf in Glasgow, GBR, for the 2023 UCI Cycling World Championships, to be held from Aug. 3-13, 2023.
“This year’s World Championships are an opportunity to showcase the depth and breadth of Canadian cycling talent in all disciplines and all age groups,” said Scott Kelly, Cycling Canada Chief Sport Officer. “We’re excited about our chances and eager to represent Canada on the world’s biggest stage.”

Click here to view the selected Canadian National Cycling Team.  

Looking to hold on to their rainbow jerseys for a second consecutive year will be defending World Champions Dylan Bibic (Scratch Race – Men), Mel Pemble (Omnium, Scratch Race – Women C3) and Carson Mattern (Individual Pursuit, Omnium – Junior Men). Meanwhile, Isabella Holmgren will be hunting to add mountain bike and road titles to her collection after becoming Canada’s first Junior Cyclo-Cross World Champion in February 2023. 2021 Junior Downhill World Champion Jackson Goldstone will be looking to reclaim the rainbow jersey, now in the Elite category.
The field will be stacked with Canadian heavy hitters, including Tokyo 2020 medallists Kelsey Mitchell and Lauriane Genest for track, and Keely Shaw and Kate O’Brien for para-track cycling. Two-time triathlon Olympian Paula Findlay will also be making her World Championships debut for cycling.
Canadians will also be competing as individuals at the UCI Cycling World Championships in the Gran Fondo mass participation event.
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About Cycling Canada
Cycling Canada is the nation’s oldest National Sport Organization and has one simple purpose – to inspire Canadians to cycle. Our mandate is to holistically develop the sport in partnership with our 11 Provincial/Territorial Sport Organizations, putting more Canadians on bikes from coast-to-coast and on podiums around the world.

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Source: Cycling Canada  
Information: Caroline Soble | Cycling Canada |