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TWENTY24 in the News! 

Velonews - Rollins signs with TWENTY24

University of Utah graduate Rollins placed sixth at this year’s Leadville 100 and finished second overall in the LeadBoat Challenge behind winner Sarah Sturm.

“I have been recruiting talented development athletes for more than a decade and I know Melisa has what it takes to go as far as she wants in cycling regardless of discipline,” said Twenty24 Pro Cycling general manager, Nicola Cranmer. “I was impressed with her top-10 finish and her positive attitude – Melisa checks so many of the boxes that determine a rising star and I’m excited to create a pathway to her performance goals.”

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Velonews - Valente Tokyo GOLD!

Not even a crash could keep Jennifer Valente from capturing Olympic gold.

Valente, 27, earned the United States its only cycling gold medal of the 2021 Olympics on Sunday morning in Izu, Japan, battling through the four events of the Omnium to end up on top of final points standings. After taking an early lead, Valente suffered a crash midway through the Points Race — the final event of the Ominum. But the Californian remounted her bicycle, rejoined the race, and muscled her way to second in the final sprint to clinch the overall win.

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Laurel Community Spotlight: 

Junior National Road Champion

Maize Wimbush's cycling career has led to some impressive feats, but none greater than the achievement she just won. Laurel TV's Jamal Williams has more on the story.

Maize is a junior athlete on the TWENTY24 development team. 


Velonews - Preparing for Unbound Gravel 

Team Twenty24 team manager Nicola Cranmer has prepped her team for countless pro races, with a tactician’s sense of long-range planning and a real-world understanding for the myriad complications that can arise in the chaos of an event. But Unbound Gravel is another beast altogether, she says.

“This has been far more preparation than any stage race,” Cranmer said. 

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Canadian Cycling - Canada National Record, 4th in Tokyo

The Canadian women’s team pursuit outfit may not have won a medal on Tuesday, but its fourth place in the Tokyo 2021 Summer Olympic Games was a commendable performance, especially after setting a new national record of 4:09.249 in the first round. 

Two TWENTY24 athletes, Jasmin Duehring and Georgia Simmerling were joined by Alison Beveridge and Annie Foreman-Mackey, Arianne Bonhomme, 

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VeloNews - Why TWENTY24 is racing gravel

Powless’ trip to Utah to race gravel in horrible conditions may seem like a fools errand to some, but for Twenty24’s manager Nicola Cranmer, it was exactly the kind of experience she’s seeking for her pro and devo teams in 2021, and perhaps beyond. As opportunities to race on the road in North America have continued on a steady decline in recent years, Cranmer has turned to non-traditional ways of preparing young women to be pros — in particular, eSports and gravel.
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Rouler - 200 miles with Shayna Powless

“I like the opportunity to push my limits. There's just something about it that it kind of intrigues me.” 

Shayna Powless is finally on a rest week after a block of some extremely demanding racing. Her campaign ended with the US National Championships, where she rode all three events: the crit race, the time trial and the road race, bagging two top-15 spots. All of this was still with the fatigue of a top-5 finish in Unbound Gravel in her legs, something that should not be underestimated.

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Aiming to be the first female African American Olympic road cyclist 


Kristin Armstrong talks with 14-year-old future star cyclist Maize Wimbush about the passion of wearing the red, white, and blue and representing your country. Maize opens up about her dream of being the first female African American to make the Olympic Team in cycling. 

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