2012 London Olympian Joëlle Numainville has appealed her non-selection for the 2016 Rio Olympic Games after Cycling Canada named its 19-rider squad for the road, mountain bike, track and BMX events. The Cervelo-Bigla rider explained to CBCSports she learned of her exclusion on June 14 via email and made her appeal one week later. "When I got the news I was in shock, I was...
Cycling Canada announced the 19 riders selected to compete at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro this August. Leading the men's and women's road teams are Cannondale Pro Cycling’s Michael Woods and Boels-Dolmans' Karol-Ann Canuel, respectively. Woods, who was sidelined from racing in the Giro d’Italia this spring due to a broken hand, had targeted the Olympic Games for 2016...
Tara Whitten (The Cyclery-Opus) has made a strong statement in her comeback to professional cycling, and bid for the Rio Olympics, after recovering from a skull fracture sustained in a crash in March while previewing the road race and time trial courses for the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. After nearly four months of recovery, she won the Canadian time trial title on Tuesday...
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