Posted by Editor on 10/26/17
A cyclo-cross info session is planned for the Nationals this weekend. Anyone with questions about the 2017-18 Canadian Cyclo-cross Program is welcome to attend this brief information session at the Canadian cyclo-cross championship in Sherbrooke, QC. Cyclo-cross program manager Scott Kelly will host the info session on Friday, immediately after the manager's meeting, which starts at 7:30 p.m. in the Armand Nadeau Pavilion. Scott will answer any questions about the 2017-18 national team cyclo-cross program.
The 2017-18 program and selection criteria can be found on the Cycling Canada website Here.
Cycling Canada does not receive government funding for Cyclo-Cross programs. This means all projects are funded through sponsorship, private donations or by the athletes themselves. Any amount donated has a direct impact on the development of this sport in Canada. As a not-for-profit organization, Cycling Canada can issue tax receipts for any donation greater than $25.
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If you are interested in sponsorship opportunities please contact Scott Kelly at email@example.com.
About the Canadian Cyclo-cross Working Group
The Canadian-Cyclo-cross Working Group is made up of various stakeholders from the Canadian Cyclo-cross community. The objective of this initiative is to improve communications and planning around the Canadian Cyclo-cross program. The working group has been tasked with developing a sustainable cyclo-cross program, exploring funding opportunities and identifying and engaging leaders in the Canadian Cyclo-cross community to help drive these initiatives.
Working Group members:
• Program Manager: Scott Kelly
• NSO Rep: Kris Westwood
• PSO Rep: Jayson Gillespie
• Elite Female Rep: Maghalie Rochette
• Elite Male Rep: Michael van den Ham
• Industry Rep: Craig Richey
• Member at Large: Aaron Schooler
(Note: Mical Dyck has stepped down from the group, but Michael van den Ham has stepped up. We would like to thank Mical for her contribution over the last 18 months)
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