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Team Ultralink boasts a mix of promising young talent and race-hardened talent. The team is a...
Team Ultralink boasts a mix of promising young talent and race-hardened talent. The team is a registered Canadian Cycling Association Trade Team. The roster includes both English and French speakers who balance elite level racing with professional careers and studies.
The team includes Kele Murdin, Jennifer Stephenson, Genevieve Gagnon, Shontelle Gauthier, Denise Ramsden, and Julia Farrell.
Murdin, 2007 US national track team member is a powerful time trialist and pursuiter. She hails from Seattle, Washington, and transfers from the Ford-Basis women's team. Stephenson is an all around rider and was Ontario Provincial Champion in 2006. She joins the squad from Biovail. Farell will head the team as captain while Junior rider Ramsden will likely represent Canada at junior worlds in 2007 and learn from her older teammates. Gagnon adds to the team's time trialing skills, and Gauthier brings her sprinting prowess to the mix.
Ultralink is a manufacturer of audio/video cabling and connectivity products. The team is managed by Director Sportif Amy Moore and will race Cervelo bikes. It will kick off its season with an intense training camp in the Blue Ridge Mountains in March.