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BC’s Elite & Masters Riders Headed to Milton for 2023 Canadian Track Championships

Over 120 Elite and Masters athletes from across Canada, including 16 from BC, are gearing up for the 2023 Canadian Track Championships on Jan. 6-8 at the Mattamy National Cycling Centre in Milton, ON.

“We are happy to be kicking off the new year and the 2023 season in Milton for another Canadian Championship weekend,” said Jolène Dupuis, Manager of Events and Officials at Cycling Canada. “We are excited to give our Canadian athletes the opportunity to race fast at the Mattamy National Cycling Centre considering we are only a few months away from hosting the Tissot UCI Track Nations Cup here in April.”

BC’s Elite and Master riders heading to the National Championships include:

Elite Women

  • Astrid Wuerr
  • Caileigh Filmer
  • Diane Snobelen*
  • Erin Attwell
  • Fiona Majendie
  • Jenna Nestman

Elite Men

  • Amiel Flett-Brown
  • Cameron Fitzmaurice*
  • Campbell Parrish
  • Daniel Fraser-Maraun*
  • Ethan Ogrodniczuk

Master Men

  • David Fenton
  • Hans Loeffelholz*
  • Mike McCorkell
  • Jonathan Lyons
  • Uli Mayer*

*2022 BC Provincial Track Champion

Elite athletes like Tokyo 2020 Olympians Lauriane Genest, Ariane Bonhomme, Michael Foley and Champion Kelsey Mitchell will all be racing for the top step of the podium. Athletes will also be looking to earn the first Canadian Champion title in the newly added scratch event, including World Champion Dylan Bibic, who recently claimed the rainbow stripes in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, FRA.

Current Canadian Champions in their respective Master categories, Denise Magnini (time trial), Frank Kovacs (time trial, 200m sprint) and Uli Mayer (individual pursuit) will all be on the hunt to reclaim the Canadian Track Champion titles they earned back in September 2022.

Athletes will take on individual, team, sprint and endurance events over the three days of competing for the coveted national champion’s maple leaf jerseys. The full technical guide and important event information can be found on the Events page of the Cycling Canada website, while official competition documents such as communiqués, rider list, start lists and live results can be found at