Saturday, January 1, 2011

Webcor SportVelo Women's Roster 2011

Haley Juno-Galdes
Haley grew up in Boulder, Colorado, and has a B.S in Kinesiology and Applied Physiology from the University of Colorado where she also ran Cross-Country and Track. After school she raced triathlons and national-level snowshoe racing.
3rd Elite National Championships, Track Team Pursuit 2010
4thMasters National Championships, AG Criterium 2010
5th Masters National Championships, AG TT 2010
Overall Sprint Triathlon National Champion 2007
2nd US Snowshoe National Championship, 10k Open Women 2004

Jane Wolcott
Jane started racing her bike in early 2010, fresh out of undergrad at MIT where she competed for four years on the Division I Varsity Openweight Crew Team. Within five months of starting out as a Cat 4, she upgraded to Cat 2.
3rd Team Pursuit at USA Elite Track National Championships 2010
2nd Individual Pursuit at NCNCA District Track Championships 2010
2nd U23 Women District 40km TT 2010

Rebecca Werner
Bec hails from Adelaide, South Australia, an awesome city for cycling. She got into cycling in 2008 after being noticed during fitness testing for a soccer squad. She joined the Talent ID and Development Program in Australia, and 2011 will be her first year racing in the US.
3rd Individual Pursuit 2010 Oceania Track Championships
2nd Stage 3 Tour of Mersey Valley 2010
1st Bernie Scratch Race 2011

Mary Maroon
Mary began cycling as a bike messenger, and is now a local standout who converted from track to road, but kept her sprinter’s legs. She’s a strong, tactical rider with a quick finish, capable of outsprinting the field or starting a break.
1st BAR (Best All-Round rider, NCNCA)
1st Cycles Gladiator Best NCNCA Sprinter award
1st Premier Series
2nd San Rafael Twilight Criterium
5th Merco Road Race
Nature Valley Pro Ride winner
Cycle Messenger World Champion 2007

Emily Foxman
Emily Foxman is currently a physiology graduate student at the University of California Davis, working on an emphasis in exercise science. She has been cycling for 5 years, starting out with the UC Davis collegiate cycling team, which she helped take the collegiate national title in 2009.
1st U23 Women District 40K TT 2010
2nd U23 National Championships TT 2010