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  • Writer's pictureMathias Guillemette


I am particularly pleased and above all proud to announce that I have been selected to join Cycling Canada's "NextGen Men's Track Endurance Program" for 2021.

I will be integrated from the first days of next January into the Nextgen athlete group at an integration camp to be held at the Mattamy National Cycling Center in Milton, Ontario. It is in this same velodrome, that all NextGen (female and male) track groups and the athletes of the National Endurance and Sprint Teams train for the Olympic Games - 2021.

The NextGen Track Endurance program aims to develop more insightful, prepared and resilient athletes who will constantly advance on the international stage and who will remain committed to the sport for the long term.

All of this will be accomplished through targeted world-class training and training programs as well as specific racing opportunities.

The NextGen Track Endurance program is designed for athletes with the potential to be in the top 8 at the Elite World Championships or the Olympics in 5 or 8 years.

Press release: CYCLING CANADA

Extract from the press release:

“I am thrilled with the level of talent we are seeing across all cycling disciplines leading up to the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games,” said Jenny Trew, Cycling Canada's NextGen Head Coach. “As we enter a new Olympic cycle with more developed NextGen programs, we are already setting ourselves significant goals with the goal of winning medals in Paris. Our athletes, coaches and staff are enthusiastic and motivated by the opportunities that lie ahead. "

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