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Ukraine Cycling Academy Shines at 2024 Ukrainian Championships

Ukraine Cycling Academy Shines at 2024 Ukrainian Championships

The Ukraine Cycling Academy made an impressive mark at the 2024 Ukrainian Championships, securing three gold medals out of four possible in both the Under 23 and Elite categories. Our athletes showcased outstanding performances across various races, demonstrating their skill, determination, and relentless pursuit of excellence.

Under 23 Time Trial

In the Under 23 time trial, Simon Semen emerged victorious, clinching the gold medal with a remarkable performance. Govorun Nikolay also made it to the podium, securing a commendable third place. Their efforts set a strong tone for the Academy's success at the event.

Under 23 Group Race

The Under 23 group race saw Sidor Sergey dominate the competition, taking the gold medal with an exceptional ride. Andrew Zozulya also delivered a strong performance, finishing in third place and adding another medal to the Academy's tally.

Elite Group Race

In the elite group race, Sidor Sergey continued his winning streak, claiming the gold medal and solidifying his status as a top competitor. His victory in this prestigious category highlights the depth of talent within the Ukraine Cycling Academy.

Proudly Representing Ukraine

This year, our team will proudly compete wearing the champion of Ukraine jerseys in group races. These victories not only symbolize our athletes' hard work and dedication but also reflect the support and encouragement from everyone involved with the Academy. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to all who have helped us reach these heights.

As we look ahead to international competitions, we are confident that our athletes will continue to excel and represent Ukraine with pride and distinction. Thank you for your continued support and belief in our journey. Stay tuned for more updates as we strive for greatness on the international stage.


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