Dyck is Canadian cyclo-cross champion

Mical Dyck (NoTubes Elite Women’'s Team) took control of the race early to win her first-ever Canadian cyclo-cross national championship Saturday in Surrey, British Columbia, after slipping away from the field on the first lap with five-time champion Wendy Simms (Kona).

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#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Mical Dyck (Can) Stan's No Tubes0:43:45
2Wendy Simms (Can)0:00:32
3Emily Batty (Can) Subaru-Trek (STR)0:00:39
4Pepper Harlton (Can) Juventus CC0:00:51
5Catharine Pendrel (Can) Luna Pro Team (LUN)0:01:14
6Julie Lafreniere (Can) Xprezo-Borsao0:01:38
7Sandra Walter (Can) Local Ride/Dr. Vie Superfood+0:01:56
8Natasha Elliott (Can) The Cyclery0:02:06
9Dawn Anderson (Can) Oak Bay Bikes0:02:33
10Jean Ann Berkenpas (Can) Secret Cycles/Xprezo0:03:13
11Andrea Bunnin (Can) Deadgoat Racing0:03:29
12Jamie Gilgen (Can)0:03:42
13Maghalie Rochette (Can) Powerwatts-Fittime0:04:05
14Chantell Widney (Can) Team AB0:04:52
15Stephanie Roorda (Can) Local Ride/ Dr Vie Superfoods0:05:06
16Joanie Caron (Can) Ride with Rendall0:05:25
17Cynthia Young (Can) West Lion Cycling / Rapha0:05:27
18Leah Guloien (Can) Colavita ESPN-W0:06:03
19Kelly Jones (Can) Steed Cycles0:07:14
20Shantel Koenig (Can) Team AB0:08:37
21Emily Flynn (Can) Tommy and Lefebvre CC0:09:17
22Heidi Manicke (Can)0:10:11
23Tarryn Côté (Can) Pro CityRracing - VAC -1Row 22 - Cell 2

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Growing up in Missoula, Montana, Pat competed in his first bike race in 1985 at Flathead Lake. He studied English and journalism at the University of Oregon and has covered North American cycling extensively since 2009, as well as racing and teams in Europe and South America. Pat currently lives in the US outside of Portland, Oregon, with his imaginary dog Rusty.

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