For the second time in four days, Audrey Lemieux got his hands on a national title on Tuesday at the Canadian Cycling and Para-Cycling Road Championships in Gatineau. Lemieux and Ontario’s Robbi Weldon were crowned champions against the clock in tandem.
“It’s really a great victory, because the course was extremely difficult, summed Audrey Lemieux, who carries the colors of the SAS training Macogep Acquisio powered by Mazda this season. There were a lot of ups, which does not make it easy in tandem with all the gear changes. Our communication was very good. This meant that we had beautiful transitions of the mounted flat and that was my goal. ”
Canadian champions in the women’s road race on Saturday Lemieux and Weldon were mainly beat Shawna Ryan Joanie Caron and his driver, at the conclusion of the course of 26 kilometers. Daniel Chalifour and Jean-Michel Lachance driver took third.
With two Canadian titles in pocket, Audrey Lemieux now hopes to qualify for good news today at the official Canadian athletes competing at the Paralympic Games in Rio ad.
“For Robbi and me is our next goal. The world is quite high, so we want to continue to work hard to be able to compete against the best, “said Audrey Lemieux.