Cycling Canada is sending a team of 15 athletes to represent Canada at the 2023 UCI Cyclo-cross World Championships in Hoogerheide, Netherlands, from February 3rd to 5th.
Cycling BC High Performance targeted athletes Madeleine Pollock (North Vancouver), Geza Rodgers (Port Moody), Cam McCallum (Langley), Cody Scott (Courtenay) and Evan Russell (Mill Bay), along with veteran Cyclo-cross elite, Michael van den Ham (Abbotsford), make up the west coast contingent of the Canadian team.
- Ava Holmgren – Orillia, ON
- Isabella Holmgren – Orillia, ON
- Madeleine Pollock – North Vancouver, BC
- Geza Rodgers – Port Moody, BC
- Ian Ackert – Severn, ON
- Mika Comaniuk – Lachine, QC
- Filipe Duarte – Gatineau, QC
- Cam McCallum – Langley, BC
Christiane Bilodeau – St. Albert, AB
- Cody Scott – Courtenay, BC
- Evan Russell – Mill Bay, BC
- Sidney McGill – Edmonton, AB
- Maghalie Rochette – Ste-Adèle, QC
- Tyler Orschel – Uxbridge, ON
- Michael van den Ham – Abbotsford, BC
A dozen of the Junior and U23 athletes have been keeping their fitness and skills in top form by competing for the National team at various European competitions over the past holiday season, including two cyclo-cross world cup races in Belgium.
Racing will begin on February 3rd with a Team Relay and will continue with individual racing throughout the course of the weekend.