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Allison Beveridge

Allison’s competitive nature started in her early childhood as a competitive swimmer; at the young age of 14 she decided to follow in her sister’s path and began cycling competitively. The Calgarian’s success began in 2011 at the Pan AM Championships winning silver as a junior, and bronze in the team sprint event; her success has continued with winning silver in team pursuit at the 2014 World Junior Championships.Since then she has developed her skills and a passion for cycling and has competed at the highest levels in her sport — both on the road and in track cycling. Allison was also a member of the top-ranked Canadian Women’s Team Pursuit squad that won a bronze medal at the 2016 Rio Olympics and finished 11th in the Omnium after a crash in the Scratch Race put her out of medal contention.Allison has won 3 World Cup medals in the Omnium in 2019 and led the veteran Canadian Team Pursuit squad back to the podium with a bronze medal in New Zealand. Still at the young age of 26, Allison is considered to be one of the world’s top women’s cyclists and a double medal threat in the velodrome at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan.


Calgary, AB



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