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Ottawa, ON (March 28, 2023) – Roughly a hundred U17, Junior and Para athletes from across Canada are getting ready to race at the brand-new Vélodrome Sylvan Adams – Centre Multisports Desjardins in Bromont, QC, for the 2023 Canadian Track Championships being held from March 31-April 2.

“We are proud of all the work accomplished by our team since the opening of the Sylvan Adams Velodrome last September,” commented Nicolas Legault, General Manager of the Bromont National Cycling Centre. “All this work allows us to host our first national event after only six months in operation. We look forward to introducing athletes from across Canada to our wonderful facility and to providing spectators with an unforgettable experience.”

Tokyo 2020 Paralympic bronze medallist Keely Shaw will be racing for the top step of the podium in the C4 category. Two-time World Champion and world record holder in the C3 category Mel Pemble will be on the hunt to add more maple leaf jerseys to her collection.

After attending the Junior World Championships in August 2022, Ethan Powell, Charles Bergeron and Vanessa Montrichard will be looking to prove their strength in front of the crowd, while Alexandra Fangeat – who won several national U17 titles in 2022 – will once again be racing for the win in her category.
Athletes will take on individual, team, sprint and endurance events over the three days of competition for the coveted maple leaf jerseys. The full technical guide and important event information can be found on the Events page of the Cycling Canada website, while official competition documents such as communiqués, rider list, start lists and live results can be found here.
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 |