USA with McNaldy, Gradock and Winter for the Olympics
Thursday, June 10, 2021 at 8:09 p.m.
The American Cycling Federation has announced which riders will travel to Tokyo for next summer’s Olympics. The men’s road team includes Brandon McNulty and Lawson Groddock. Ruth Winter, Goren Rivera, Leah Thomas, Amber Neban and Chloe Tigert were selected women.
It is confirmed that Winter, Rivera, Thomas and Tiger will take part in the Olympic road race. Diekert, who was the world champion against the clock two years ago, will also defend the U.S. honor rave along with Naben in the time trial. Now 46, Neban is twice as good as the world in time trial in his rich life.
Chef Gus was one of the candidates for the US exam. He competed with Gradock, Ian Garrison, Alex Howes, McNaldy, Nielsen Powell and Tejay Van Gardner. Two places On the road trip. Guz previously informed the U.S. selection committee that he was not available. So the choice has fallen on McNaldy and Cradak, who will compete in the time trial.
Kate Courtney, Haley Patton, Chloe Woodruff and Chris Flevens in Tokyo are all set to ensure mountain bike success. Diekert, Jennifer Valente, Maddie Godby, Megan Justrob, Emma White, Lily Williams, Adrian Heckway and Gavin Hoover have been nominated for the Games.
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