SHELLEY OLDS RUMORS & GOSSIP

Shelley Olds Q&A: No regrets from 2012 Olympics

At 35 years old, Cylance Pro Cycling's Shelley Olds is likely nearing the end of her professional career. But the diminutive sprinter still packs the powerful punch the led her to the win at the inaugural la Madrid Challenge by La Vuelta last September in Spain and more recently second overall at the Santos Women's Tour in Australia. Over the past eight years, Olds has also won...
Via Cycling News
February 12, 2016  |  Discuss

Cylance Pro Cycling hoping balance brings success, longevity - Gallery

Cylance Pro Cycling is the latest women's team to break into the top end of the international peloton, and director Manel Lacambra is hoping his roster's mix of experienced veterans and talented newcomers will ensure the long-term prospects for the American-based team. Cylance started the season at the Santos Women's Tour in Australia, where sprinter Shelley Olds finished second...
Via Cycling News
February 06, 2016  |  Discuss

New women's team Cylance taking aim at inaugural WorldTour

With the creation of the UCI Women's WorldTour, an ambitious new American women's team has come together under title sponsor Cylance, a high-tech computer security firm, with Olympic hopefuls Shelley Olds, Rosella Ratto and Valentina Scandolara heading up the roster. The team also includes up and coming climber Krista Doebel-Hickok, who won a stage in the Czech Tour de Feminin,...
Via Cycling News
November 10, 2015  |  Discuss

Olds shows Worlds form with Madrid Challenge victory

American Shelley Olds (Ale-Cippolini) showed strong Worlds form in the first-ever edition of the Madrid Challenge by La Vuelta one-day race, taking a convincing bunch sprint victory. As the peloton fractured on the slightly uphill finishing straight in Paseo de la Castellana, Olds fended off double former World Champion Giorgia Bronzini (Wiggle Honda) and Kirsten Wild (Hitec Products...
Via Cycling News
September 13, 2015  |  Discuss

US announces women's roster for road worlds

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) Evie Stevens and Shelley Olds will lead a powerful U.S. team into the women's road race at the cycling world championships this month in Ponferrada, Spain. Stevens, who finished fifth a year ago, and Olds, one of the world's top sprinters, were joined by Megan Guarnier and Alison Powers in earning automatic berths on the seven-member team. They'll be...
Via Associated Press
September 03, 2014  |  Discuss
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