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Slipsteam Sports, the owners of Team Slipstream, announced a development program called "Causing the...
Slipsteam Sports, the owners of Team Slipstream, announced a development program called "Causing the Slipstream" which will provide US$20,000 in financial support to outstanding youth cycling programs across the US.
The program opened for applications from youth cycling programs across the country Wednesday and will continue to accept them through October 31. Applicants who meet the eligibility requirements listed at www.slipstreamsports.com will be considered for grants, which will be available at three levels.
Grant winners will also receive access to private training from Slipstream/Chipotle team members and renowned Sports Physiologist, Allen Lim, PHD, along with discounts and support from Team Slipstream/Chipotle sponsors.
"Slipstream Sports was founded on the basic principal of developing the next generation of American cycling champions," said CEO/President, Jonathan Vaughters. "We're excited to be in the position to help more young cyclists achieve their dreams through this program.