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Alison Sydor Named to Canadian Sports Hall of Fame

April 15, 2013

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Photo courtesy Canadian Cyclist



Pacific Cycling Centre would like to congratulate Alison Sydor who has been named to the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame. 

Sydor had a long a and distinguished career which included an Olympic silver medal, three individual cross-country world titles, two Team Relay world titles, and a bronze medal at the Road Worlds. She also excelled at cross-country finishing in the top five in 13 consecutive world championships.  The Canadian Sports Hall of Fame induction ceremony will be held in October in Toronto.


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