CANADIAN CYCLING ASSOCIATION
CANADA ADDS TWO MORE WORLD TITLES TO ITS COLLECTION AT UCI PARA-CYCLING WORLDS
Tricyclists Gautier and Croteau win second World Titles at 2011 Para-cycling World Championships
(Roskilde, DEN – September 11, 2011) Shelley Gauthier of Toronto, Ont. and Marie-Ève Croteau of Québec, QC both won the World Titles in their respective categories at the 2011 UCI Para-cycling Road World Championships in Roskilde, Denmark on Sunday. Both taking their second rainbow jersey in as many races for these two Canadian women racing in Tricycle categories.
In the women’s tandem, the defending World Champion tandem of Robbi Weldon of Thunder Bay, Ont. and Lyne Bessette of Knowlton, Qué. finished fifth of the women’s tandem race, which ended in a bunch sprint won.
Canada concludes these Para-cycling World Championships with an all-time high five World titles, as well as a silver medal by Marie-Claude Molnar of Sainte-Adèle, Que. in the C4 road race, and a bronze medal by Mark Ledo of Maple, Ont. in the H3 road race.
Canada also ranked as the top nation in the women’s ranking at these Championships, all categories.
Complete results for all categories can be found on www.uci.ch.
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