Junior Track Cycling Velodrome cycling for junior (18 and under) riders

March 31, 2009

Jr National Track Championships 2009-Press Release

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2009 USA Cycling Junior Track National Championships Presented by OUCH Sports
Medical Center
CARSON, CA (March 30, 2009) — USA Cycling and the LA Velodrome at The Home Depot
Center are proud to announce that Dr. Brent Kay and the OUCH Sports Medical Center of
Temecula, Calif. will be the title sponsor of the 2009 USA Cycling Junior Track Cycling National
Championships, July 2-5, 2009 for the second consecutive year. Their continued involvement in
this event allows the best junior track cyclists in the country to race on the best track in the
OUCH Sports Medical Center is excited to partner with USA Cycling and The Home Depot Center
to support Junior cycling. This sponsorship continues OUCH’s strong tradition of supporting track
cycling development. OUCH Sports Medical Center has sponsored two-time World Champion
and 2008 U.S. Olympic Team member, Sarah Hammer, as well as many other track events,
including the USA Cycling Collegiate Track National Championships and the Los Angeles UCI
World Cup event. They now sponsor the OUCH Pro Cycling Team. More information on the
OUCH Sports Medical Center can be found at www.ouch1.com
The 2009 USA Cycling Junior Track National Championships presented by OUCH Sports
Medicine Center takes place over four days. The races are expected to bring more than 150 of
the best junior track riders from around the country. Locally, we have many current and former
Junior National Track Cycling Champions returning in an attempt to repeat their victories. Race
information may be found at http://2009juniortrackcyclingnationals.com/ .
The Los Angeles Velodrome is located on 125-acre Home Depot Center Complex in Carson,
California, near Los Angeles, Calif. The LA Velodrome is a 100,000 square foot, $15 million
specially designed 250 meter indoor wood bicycle racing track. It is also a United States Olympic
Training Center and hosts training and competition under the guidance of USACycling, including
state, national, world cup, and world championship events. For more information about the Home
Depot Center go to www.HomeDepotCenter.com for more information about the Velodrome go to
About USA Cycling
Recognized by the United States Olympic Committee and the Union Cycliste Internationale, USA Cycling is the official
governing body for all disciplines of competitive cycling in the United States, including road, track, mountain bike, BMX
and cyclo-cross. As a membership-based organization and sanctioning body, USA Cycling consists of 64,000+ members,
including 57,000 competitive cyclists, 1,500 coaches, 4,000 student-athletes, 2,200 officials, 350 professional cyclists, and
200 certified mechanics. USA Cycling also sanctions 2,500 competitive and non-competitive organized cycling events
throughout the United States annually, as well as 1,800 clubs and teams. Associations of USA Cycling include the United
States Cycling Federation (road, track & cyclo-cross), the National Off-Road Bicycle Association (mountain bike), the BMX
Association, the National Collegiate Cycling Association and the United States Professional Racing Organization. USA
Cycling is also responsible for the identification, development, support and promotion of American cyclists through various
athletic initiatives and programs including the USA Cycling National Development Team, the USA Cycling Women’s
National Team, the USA Cycling Junior Development Team, Talent Identification and Regional Development Camps,
domestic and international race calendars, direct athlete funding and support programs, and educational camps and
seminars. USA Cycling also fields and supports U.S. National Teams for various international events, including the
Olympic Games, World Championships, Pan American Games, Continental Championship and World Cups across all
levels and disciplines of competitive cycling. USA cycling further supports grass roots and locally-based initiatives
through its 32 Local Associations and comprehensive network of licensed and certified coaches and officials. Additionally,
USA Cycling conducts National Championship events for amateur and professional cyclists, awarding more than 600
national titles annually to men and women in junior, U23, masters, elite, professional and paralympic categories
throughout the various disciplines of competitive cycling. To learn more about USA Cycling, visit www.usacycling.org. For
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