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Chloe Black

Growing up in Peterborough, Chloe played many sports – hockey, rowing, running and baseball, but nothing caught her attention or her passion like cycling.   Chloe was a high performance road and track cyclist competing on the pro circuit in Canada and her winter home in Tucson, Arizona.  She was a member of the National Team from 1995-2000 competing in France, New Zealand, Columbia, Mexico, Cuba and the USA. She won a bronze medal on the track while representing Canada in Havana, Cuba in 1999. In 1994 she raced to a tie at the Ontario Time Trials Championships; was the 1999 Ontario Road Race and Time Trial Champion; and the 1994, 95, 96 Ontario Sprint (200m/500m), Points Race and Pursuit Champion.   She posted top 10 finishes in National Time Trials, Road Race and Criterium Championships from 1995 to 2004.  In 2013 she won the Elite Women’s 37.9 km race at the Ontario Criterium Cycling Championship in Toronto, as a member of her Sabino Cycles Racing team out of Tucson, Arizona.  She was the Chair of Ontario Cycling Association Development Committee from 2005 to 2007.  For over 25 years Chloe has dedicated her life to the sport of cycling and in retirement, has transitioned from a pro cyclist to sharing her love and passion for the sport.  She has her Level 2 NCCP (National Coaching Association of Canada) and coached the Team USA Men’s Paralympic Tandem team to a World Championship and to a spot on the London 2012 Paralympic Team. A certified instructor with the League of American Bicyclists she gives back to the sport by providing skills programs in Peterborough and is also a coach and mentor to cycling programs in Arizona.

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