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Junior Team for Road and Track Worlds Confirmed

 

USA Cycling announced on July 18th, its additional nominations for the 2005 UCI Junior Road and Track World Championships August 7-14 in Vienna/Oberwart, Austria, bringing the total number of participants to 15.

 

These selections include  discretionary selections for the women's road and track events.

In women's track events, Natalie Klemko (Bristol, Wis.) earned a discretionary pick after a solid performance at the national championships resulted in a win in the keirin and a silver medal in the individual pursuit.

Already an automatic qualifier on the track, Kimberly Geist (Emmaus, Pa.) was also added to the road roster as a discretionary pick after riding to a silver medal in both the time trial and the road race at the Park City Cycling Festival.

2005 UCI Junior World Championships, Vienna/Oberwart, Austria - August 7-14

Complete U.S. Women's Roster

Road

Shannon Koch (Flower Mound, Texas.) - time trial, road race

Kimberly Geist (Emmaus, Pa.) - time trial, road race

Track

Cindy Lakatosh (Trexlertown, Pa.) - sprint, keirin, 500 meter time trial

Kimberly Geist (Emmaus, Pa.) - individual pursuit, scratch race

Natalie Klemko (Bristol, Wis.) - points race, keirin

 

 

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