Cyclist Annie Ewart adds title to her record

Annie Ewart is best overall junior female cyclist for 2011 as voted by Pedal magazine readers

Pacific Cycling Centre athlete Annie Ewart is best overall junior female cyclist for 2011 as voted by Pedal magazine readers.

“Thanks to all of those who voted for me. I have really appreciated the interest and support I received during my 2011 season,” she told Pedal. “Especially from my coach Houshang Amiri, my team Trek Red Truck, Cycling B.C., the CCA, and to Erinne Willock and Svein Tuft who have been great role models and advisors.”

The Central Saanich teen won junior champion in both the road race and individual time trials.

Pedal magazine’s awards recognize all cycling categories including juniors, seniors, U23 and paracyclists from all disciplines.

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