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Head Para coach Sebastien Travers said, “It was a very good competition for our squad here in Belgium. All national team athletes were able to convert results into UCI points, which are critical for our Paralympic qualification. This is promising as these results came from both our Elite national team athletes and our development group in the Next Gen program. We are leaving Belgium with two World Cup leaders in Tristen and Shelley, who are looking forward to defend their titles in Baie-Comeau.”
Silver – Shelley Gautier (ITT, Road Race), Charles Moreau (ITT), Tristen Chernove (ITT), Ross Wilson (ITT)
Bronze – Tristen Chernove (Road Race), Joey Desjardins (Road Race)
Source: Cycling Canada
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