Burnaby, BC, July 11, 2022 – Cycling has been a staple in the Canada Summer Games since 1969 and after the deferral of the games in 2021, Cycling BC is excited to announce the team of athletes, staff, and coaches heading to Ontario’s Niagara Region to represent Team BC at the Canada Summer Games being held from August 6-21, 2022.
Cycling | Road
Tim Sherstobitoff (Coach), Tara Mowat (Manager)
Braden Kersey (TaG Cycling)
Manu Moore (Team DEVO)
Evan Russell (Saris Rouvy Sauerland Team)
Nathan Pruner (TaG Cycling)
Lilly Ujfalusi (Red Truck Racing)
Isla Walker (Red Truck Racing)
Elizabeth Gin (Équipe cycliste Desjardins-Ford)
Astrid Wuerr (Team DEVO)
Cycling | Mountain Bike
Joel Harwood (Coach), Tara Mowat (Manager)
Cam McCallum (Charge BCXC Racing)
Jasper Fleming (Balance Point)
Noah Rubuliak (Giant Canada)
Marin Lowe (Stimulus-Orbea)
Maddi Pollock (Team DEVO)
Geza Rodgers (Liv)
The road cycling events consist of an Individual Time Trial, Road Race, and Criterium during the second week of the games between Aug 16th-20th. The mountain bike events will include a cross-country race, team relay, and sprint during the first week of the games between Aug 8th-12th.
Please join us in congratulating these athletes and help us cheer them on as they prepare for and represent Team BC at the 2022 Canada Summer Games.
About the Niagara 2022 Canada Summer Games
Held every two years, alternating between winter and summer, the Canada Games are the country’s marquee event for amateur sport representing the highest level of national competition for thousands of up-and-coming Canadian athletes. As the best in their age group, these young competitors come to the Games having trained long and hard to be among those chosen to represent their respective province or territory.
From August 6 to 21, the Niagara Region will welcome more than 5,000 participants (including athletes, coaches and support staff) to compete in the Niagara 2022 Canada Summer Games. The competition will feature 18 different sports, including an inaugural rugby sevens competition (women’s only) and the return of lacrosse after a 37-year absence from the Games (1985). The 28th edition of the Canada Games will also mark the third time in history the event has taken place in the province of Ontario and the first time in 21 years.