Alison Tetrick Outsmarts Competition
at BeNe Ladies Tour to Capture Solo Win
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Jasmin Glaesser punctuated an impressive run at the 2015 Pan-Am Games with an exclamation point, winning the women’s road race in a one-on-one sprint against Cuba’s Marlies Mejias. It was Glaesser’s fourth medal in the Toronto games after winning gold and silver on the track in the team pursuit and omnium events alongside her Canadian teammates, and silver in the individual time trial.
Lex Albrecht, Annie Ewart, Jasmin Glaesser, and Leah Kirchmann have amassed an impressive collection of national championships, Olympic medals, and podium performances at some of the world’s biggest races. They are four of the fastest Canadian women on two wheels. This letter reminds us that who they are off the bike is equally important as the top step of the podium.
Alison Tetrick employed savvy late-race tactics to capture a solo victory in the third and final stage of the BeNe Ladies Tour, a 115 km circuit race in Zelzate, Belgium. After a well-timed attack, Tetrick held a gap to the finish line, crossing just 12 seconds ahead of the charging peloton.