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April 13/16 19:21 pm - More Masters Road Nationals Information Released


Posted by Editor on 04/13/16
 

Cycling Canada has announced that the 2016 Global Relay Canadian Road Championships for all masters categories will be held on June 11-12. Competitions will take place in the municipality of Saint-Calixte in the Lanaudière region of Québec, located approximately 90km from the Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International airport.

Master women and men will have the opportunity to race the individual time trial on the Saturday and the road races will be happening on Sunday.

Schedule (preliminary and subject to change)

Saturday, June 11th - Individual Time Trial

1 Lap Map
1 Lap Map

Master A (men 30-39): 2 laps (27.3 km)
Master B (men 40-49): 2 laps (27.3 km)
Master C (men 50-59): 1 lap (13.5 km)
Master D (men 60+): 1 lap (13.5 km)
Master E (women 30-39): 1 lap (13.5 km)
Master F (women 40+): 1 lap (13.5 km)

Sunday, June 12 2016 - Road Race (Map)

Master A (men 30-39): 9 laps (143 km)
Master B (men 40-49): 8 laps (127 km)
Master C (men 50-59): 7 laps (111 km)
Master D (men 60+): 6 laps (95 km)
Master E (women 30-39): 5 laps (80 km)
Master F (women 40+): 5 laps (80 km)

A detailed schedule will be available in the Technical Guide (to be published by the end of April).


Registration

• Registration will be available by the end of April. The link will be published.
• Eligibility to race: To be able to participate and race in all categories, you must be either a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, landed immigrants or an individual with refugee status. Proof of citizenship status or residence may be required (passport, permanent resident card, landed immigrant status or refugee status papers).
• Eligibility to compete for the Canadian champion title/podium/medals: Only the participants eligible to race (see above) who have a CAN UCI code will have access to the Canadian champion title, Canadian championships podium positions and Canadian Championships medals.
• For Canadian Championships, all competitors MUST enter their event class as shown on their license. It means that to be able to participate, you need a Master license (holders of an Elite license will not be eligible).

 

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