“Shortly after I resumed to training I became exposed to Houshang's coaching style. It was evident that he cared for each of his athletes.”
- Svein Tuft
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PacificSport Riders Storm Nationals Podium

July 22, 2003

A full contingent of Canadian pros contested the Tim Hortons National Mountain Bike Championships in Whistler July 19-20 and riders on the PacificSport cycling program claimed the


Leading the world-class field in the men's race were Roland Green, Ryder Hesjedal and Seamus McGrath who dominated most of the race. Roland was the clear leader coming into the bell lap when Seamus suffered a mechanical on the last climb and saw his second
place fade. Ryder took second, Geoff Kabush third, Chris Sheppard took fourth and Seamus fifth. Other results: Andreas Hestler 7; Roddi Legga 9; Carter Hovey 12; Menno Hubregtse 37.

In the women's race, Quebec's Marie-Helen Premont took off right from the start and stayed away from Chrissy Redden and Alison Sydor who were locked in a race for second and third place. It was only when Alison suffered a mechanical that Chrissy pulled away to
cross the line ahead of her PacificSport teammate. Trish Sinclair claimed fourth and Melanie McQuaid sixth.

In the men's junior race, Max Plaxton showed his championship form early on as he rode away from the field and had a two minute lead after the first lap.

Full results are available on www.canadiancyclist.com.

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2017 Fall Training Camp

The Pacific Cycling Centre will host a fall training camp from November 9-12, 2017. This is the first camp of the 2017-2018 cycling season, and will kick-off the PCC 2018 program. The camp will focus on endurance, strength, and core stability and during the group rides you will get back into the rhythm of developing your endurance and boosting aerobic capacity. more >

September 25, 2017

Two Silver, One Bronze at World MTB Championships

Victoria's Alison Sydor and Ryder Hesjedal won two silver medals at the... more >

September 07, 2003

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