June 28, 2011 (Bromont, QC) – The Canadian Cycling Association (CCA) is thrilled to announce the 10th anniversary of the Centre National Cycliste Bromont located on Shefford St. in Bromont, QC. From its modest beginnings in the Bromont hockey arena to today—a multi-sport training and competition centre, the CCA has always been one of the principle partners of this cycling facility.
In recent years, the CCA has chosen, amongst the other cycling centers in its Canada-wide network, the CNCB to be the tasked with contributing to the service provision around its high performance Para-cycling program.
This partnership between the CNCB and the Canadian Para-cycling program has already reaped some performance outcomes on the national and international stage.
Having recently acquired Guy Lépine as director of the CNCB, there is great reasons to believe the partnerships will be enhanced in terms of high performance, as well as an increased emphasis on talent Identification and cycling development programs that will impact the Olympic sports of BMX, Track, Road and Mountain bike.
“The CNCB was one of the first cycling centers identified by the CCA in the nineties, and it has been great to see the evolution of the CNCB in the last decade. Having Guy Lépine newly appointed at the helm of the CNCB will no doubt ensure the growth of the CNCB and by extension the growth of the CCA at the domestic and international level,” says Jacques Landry, director of high performance at the Canadian Cycling Association.