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Ottawa, ON (March 17, 2022) – Cycling Canada is pleased to announce that tickets for the Tissot UCI Track Nations Cup, scheduled from May 12-15, are officially on sale via the Mattamy National Cycling Centre website. Tickets will be available for Thursday and Friday evening sessions, as well as daytime and evening sessions on Saturday and Sunday, with multiple types of tickets being offered including event passes, family passes, and much more. 
 
The event is set to showcase some of Canada’s biggest cycling stars, including Olympic Sprint gold medallist Kelsey Mitchell and Olympic Keirin bronze medallist, Lauriane Genest, among many others. Athletes will be competing in all six Olympic events (Sprint, Keirin, Team Sprint, Team Pursuit, Omnium & Madison), as well as the Scratch Race, Elimination Race, Individual Pursuit and Time Trial over four days of racing.
 
“I’m really looking forward to competing in front of a home crowd,” said Genest. “This will be my first race on home soil since winning bronze at the Olympic Games last summer, and I’m confident Team Canada will be ready to bring its A-game!”
 
The organizing committee will be looking to recruit over 150 volunteers for various positions between May 8 and May 16 in areas such as access control, ticketing, accreditation, transportation and more. Volunteers must be at least 15 years of age and available for a minimum of 2 shifts. Individuals interested in registering as a volunteer can apply here and expect to see available shifts launched by the end of the week.
 
With only three UCI Track Nations Cups hosted around the world every year, the event is the highest calibre of international track cycling competition and attracts over 250 athletes from 30 different nations. More information regarding the event and spectator services can be found here.
 
About Cycling Canada 
Cycling Canada is the governing body for competitive cycling in Canada. With the vision of becoming a leading competitive cycling nation, Cycling Canada manages the High Performance team, hosts national and international events and administers programs to promote and grow cycling across the country.
 

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Source: Cycling Canada 
Information: Karine Bedard | Cycling Canada | karine.bedard@cyclingcanada.ca