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Team Canada Announced for 2023 UCI Cycling World Championships


The 2023 UCI Cycling World Championships will take place in Glasgow, and across Scotland, as a multi-discipline event held over 11 days,  between August 3-13, 2023 and will cover 13 UCI World Championships in a single event.

Championship Events:

  • Road
  • Para-cycling Road
  • Track
  • Para-cycling Track
  • MTB Cross-country
  • MTB Downhill
  • MTB Marathon
  • BMX Racing
  • BMX Freestyle Park
  • BMX Freestyle Flatland
  • Trials
  • Indoor Cycling
  • Gran Fondo

View the Full UCI Cycling World Championship Schedule

Over 130 Canadian athletes have been selected to represent the maple leaf in Glasgow including 38 from British Columbia.

BC Riders selected for the UCI Cycling World Championships:

Event Category Name Hometown
BMX Racing Junior Women Keira Murphy Nanaimo, BC
U23 Women Teigen Pascual Squamish, BC
Elite Men Ryan Tougas Pitt Meadows, BC
Mountain Bike Cross-Country Olympic Junior Women Marin Lowe Squamish, BC
U23 Women Ella MacPhee Squamish, BC
U23 Women Emilly Johnston Comox, BC
U23 Men Carter Woods Cumberland, BC
Elite Women Sandra Walter Coquitlam, BC
Elite Men Sean Fincham Squamish, BC
Mountain Bike Downhill Junior Women Joy Attalla Fernie, BC
Sophia Ervington Powell River, BC
Sophi Lawrence Whistler, BC
Kate McKenzie Fernie, BC
Kayley Sherlock Squamish, BC
Junior Men Tegan Cruz Pemberton, BC
Max Halchuck Kelowna, BC
Wyatt Harrington North Vancouver, BC
Brock Hawes Sun Peaks, BC
Dane Jewett Squamish, BC
Bodhi Kuhn Rossland, BC
Jon Mozell North Vancouver, BC
Elite Women Gracey Hemstreet Sechelt, BC
Emmy Lan Comox, BC
Eva Leikermoser Comox, BC
Elite Men Jackson Goldstone Squamish, BC
Finn Iles Pemberton, BC
Jakob Jewett Squamish, BC
Kirk McDowell Port Moody, BC
Forrest Riesco Gibsons, BC
Mark Wallace Duncan, BC
Para-cycling Road Nathan Clement (MT1) West Vancouver, BC
Mel Pemble (WC3) Victoria, BC
Para-cycling Track Mel Pemble (WC3) Victoria, BC
Road Junior Men Matthew Ney (Road Race, Individual Time Trial) Victoria, BC
U23 Men Riley Pickrell (Road Race Victoria, BC
Elite Women Maggie Coles-Lyster (Road Race) Maple Ridge, BC
Alison Jackson (Road Race Vermilion, AB / Abbotsford, BC
Sarah Van Dam (Road Race Victoria, BC
Track Endurance Erin Attwell (Team Pursuit Victoria, BC
Maggie Coles-Lyster (Team Pursuit, Omnium, Madison, Scratch Race, Individual Pursuit, Traveling Alternate: Elimination Race) Maple Ridge, BC
Sarah Van Dam (Team Pursuit, Madison, Elimination Race, Individual Pursuit, Traveling Alternate: Omnium, Scratch Race) Victoria, BC


“This year’s World Championships are an opportunity to showcase the depth and breadth of Canadian cycling talent in all disciplines and all age groups,” said Scott Kelly, Cycling Canada’s Chief Sport Officer. “We’re excited about our chances and eager to represent Canada on the world’s biggest stage.”

View the selected Canadian National Cycling Team.   

The field will be stacked with Canadian heavy hitters, including Tokyo 2020 medallists Kelsey Mitchell and Lauriane Genest for track, and Keely Shaw and Kate O’Brien for para-track cycling. Two-time triathlon Olympian Paula Findlay will also be making her World Championships debut for cycling.

Canadians will also be competing as individuals at the UCI Cycling World Championships in the Gran Fondo mass participation event.

For the first time ever, the 13 UCI World Championships will be brought together, including over 8,000 athletes, for 1 mega event. For more information about the Cycling World Championships, visit