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Interview with Karen Strong at 2017 Hall of Fame

by pedalmag.com

Karen Strong 20171001_0189_4257.44October 09, 2017 (Milton, ON) – Following the recent Cycling Canada 2017 Hall of Fame inductions on Oct. 1 at Rattlesnake Point Golf Club in Milton, Ont. Pedal spoke with Karen Strong about her thoughts on the day and the current state of the sport in Canada. Strong, who began her career with the St. Catharines Cycling Club along with Gord Singleton and Steve Bauer, was honoured as the first Canadian woman to win medals at the Track World Championships. Her bronze medal in 1977 and silver in 1980 paved the way for future Canadian successes. In addition to several international podiums, Strong dominated the Canadian road cycling championships from 1975 to 1982. Following her incredible competitive career she served as the first full-time women’s coach for the national body.






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  1. Ben Aroundo, ON, Canada says:

    The most important, knowledgeable, catalyst, coach, developer and perhaps the father of Canadian Internationally successful cycling was, in my opinion, Colin Hearth who passed away recently. He must definitely be inducted into the a Canadian Cycling Hall of Fame if he’s not already there. His energy, knowledge and vision gave international success and fame to most of our top Canadian cyclists.

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