PCC coached athletes took part in the Canadian Road National Championships in Saint-Georges, Quebec from September 10-12th.
For many athletes this was the first time they had competed in a provincial or national race in two years because of COVID. This proved to be a great chance to race with some pros who came back from Europe to race.
In the Junior road race Luke Hubner took the bronze medal – the first of three podium finishes for BC riders.
“This was a great learning experience for Luke, and it was a chance to race with riders from all over Canada,” said PCC head coach Houshang Amiri.
In the women’s elite race Holly Henry was in lead group but in a key moment of the race she suffered a mechanical issue shifting gears and had to abandon the race. Holly Simonson and Brenna Pauly finished in the middle of the pack.