Mont Sainte-Anne World Cup

Thunderstorms were in and out the whole weekend at the mountain Credit: Jon Duncan

This past weekend was the first North American Stop on the World Cup in none other than Mont Sainte-Anne, Quebec. This race has history. This year marked the 25th year in a row that Mont Sainte-Anne has been host to World Cup racing. As a Canadian I am very proud to have this race in my country and even happier that it is one of the most technical and relentless tracks on the circuit. My race went really well, I rode a clean race, no crashes (not easy) and climbed very well. I finished 64th, 11 places up from last year! Progress is what I work everyday towards and it is always satisfying to see that happen. Enjoy these photos from the weekend

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  1. Suzanne Bertin says:

    Salut Andrew,
    Just read your blog and read an interview in the cycling magazine…amazing…!Jack and I have been away a lot and as a result were not aware of all your accomplishements.
    Your mom is so proud of you..I’m sure you know that.
    Congratulations on your University Degree and on placing 64th in the “World Cup”
    You are an inspiration to others and a great ambassador for our Beautiful Province!
    You “rock”

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