USA CYCLING NEWS——First-ever U.S. UIV victory

Posted: November 7, 2008 in austin carroll, track racing
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USA Cycling has announced a revamped track program designed primarily to expand international track racing opportunities for emerging talent. With an emphasis on cultivating the next generation of U.S. track riders, the program will closely align itself with existing European-based development programs currently utilized by USA Cycling and provide increased exposure to world-class competition at various non-traditional events. Click here to read more on USA Cycling’s revitalized track program.

East and Carroll earned the overall win at the
UIV Three-day in Dortmund, Germany.
USA Cycling is happy to announce the success of its Madison Clinic which marked the official beginning of its U23 Madison Program. The instructional camp took place at the ADT Event Center Velodrome, Oct 7-9 with seventeen individuals participating in both classroom and riding sessions. The camp was designed as an opportunity to scout and educate riders interested in inclusion in the U23 program, but was open to all riders 17 years and older from any category. Click here for more on USA Cycling’s latest track clinic.

The U.S. Madison pairing of Guy East (Indianapolis, Ind.) and Austin Carroll (Orange, Calif.) completed their overall victory in the UIV U23 Dortmund three-day on Nov. 2. The victory gave USA Cycling’s recently initiated Madison Program the first major success for its newly-revamped program. For more information on the first-ever U.S. UIV victory visit USA Cycling’s National Develolpment Team website

copy from USA cycling…

Its crazy that there are so many first out there in the world

  1. bilko says:

    I am glad you guys are on the modern forefront….. Marty, Oelkers, Ryan Miller, Colby, maybe even j-me are the recent ones who put in time to make the way…. then in the 60’s-80’s there was RogetY, VandeVelde, Simes and more than a few others, whom I do not even know.

    Keep it up.

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