I started bike racing on the road as a junior in high school in 2008, and transitioned to sprinting on the track as a senior. For the past 10 years I’ve raced for the Canadian National Team, and I hold multiple Canadian records in track cycling both individually and with a team. I represented Canada at the Olympics in Rio in 2016, and will represent them again in Tokyo in 2021.
More about me
Over the years, I’ve become passionate about strength training, and it’s truly become a cornerstone of my success as a cyclist. That passion pushed me to acquire as much knowledge as I can to better myself, and I can definitely say from experience that strength training can be not only useful, but essential for cyclists at all levels. The right work off the bike can help you reach your true potential, and as a coach, I make it my goal to guide people in that direction through strength training. I also know what it’s like to work through a major injury and get back to form after getting hurt, which can be something that is very valuable to learn.
- 2X Olympian (Rio and Tokyo)
- Pan Am Games Gold
- World Cups medalist
- Pan Am champion
I fell in love with road biking first and raced on the road as a junior. I only switched to sprint when I was 19.