Celebration Of Excellence
An Afternoon with World Champion Sarah Hammer
Celebrate the USA’s 1st World Track Cycling Gold Medal in a decade!
crowned World Champion Cyclist Sarah Hammer hosts the 1st annual Celebration of Excellence on Saturday, August 12th,
April of 2006, Sarah Hammer became the U.S.A.’s 1st track cyclist to win a
Gold Medal in a decade. To honor this momentous achievement, Sarah Hammer
will be joined by Olympians, prominent business leaders and sporting
visionaries in her effort to raise funds for women’s track cycling in the
United States. Celebration of
Excellence will be held at the ADT Event Center Velodrome, part of the
Home Depot Center in Carson, California. The event will start with a
reception at 12:00 P.M. and the ceremony
will begin at 12:30 P.M. A World Record attempt and exhibition racing
will ensure a festive and exciting atmosphere.
Silver and Bronze level sponsorship packages are available for the event.
All sponsorship contributions will benefit the American
Women’s Track Cycling Fund. This innovative fund will be used to
support Women’s track cycling in the United States on both elite and
more event details visit the American Women’s Track Cycling Fund website
ADT Event Center Velodrome at the Home Depot Center in Carson, California.
Saturday, August 12, 2006.
Reception begins at 12:00 P.M., Ceremony at 12:30 P.M.
Price: Three levels of funding available - contact AWTCF via their website for details
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