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Curtis Dearden wins Time Trial

June 21, 2013

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Photo courtesy Canadian Cyclist



Victoria’s Curtis Dearden won the Individual Time Trial at the Canadian National Road Championships in St-Georges, Quebec, yesterday. 

Cycling for Russ Hay-Accent Inns, Dearden surprised everyone with the win, finishing well ahead of some names such as Christian Meier and Zach Bell. He told Canadian Cyclist: “This is by far my career biggest win. I trained specifically for this race today. It was goal-oriented training. I didn’t have to train for some big 200 kilometre races. It allowed me to focus on one-hour efforts, and I think that gave me the legs.”


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