Chloé Dygert USA

Chloé Dygert will start her second year with CANYON//SRAM Racing in 2022 and continues to have a dual-discipline Chloé pushed to come back from a serious leg injury in time for Tokyo Olympics, racing only once before The Games but did achieve her goal of racing there in three disciplines: ITT, road and team pursuit. Chloé then ended her 2021 season early to focus on recovery. Though her racing palmares in 2021 was short it was incredibly successful. From four races Chloé won her first USA ITT national championships title, came 7th in the ITT at Tokyo Olympics, 31st in the road race at Tokyo Olympics and took home a bronze medal in the team pursuit at Tokyo Olympics.

“My main goals for 2022 are the road and track world championships. My coach, Jim Miller and CANYON//SRAM will decide my schedule based on my goals and the goals from the team. I have full confidence in them to get me back to my best level.”

 

 

Palmares

2022

  • Gold medal – USA national ITT championship
  • Bronze medal – USA Team Pursuit team, Tokyo Olympics
  • 6th place – ITT, Tokyo Olympics
  • Gold medal – UCI Individual Pursuit Track World Championship in Berlin
  • Gold medal – UCI Team Pursuit Track World Championship in Berlin
  • Gold medal – UCI Individual Time Trial World Championship in Yorkshire
  • 4th place – UCI Road World Championship in Yorkshire
  • 1st general classification – Colorado Classic
  • 1st points classification – Colorado Classic
  • 1st mountain classification – Colorado Classic
  • 1st youth classification – Colorado Classic
  • Winner four stages – Colorado Classic
  • 3rd place – Winston Salem Cycling Classic
  • 1st general classification – Joe Martin Stage Race
  • 1st points classification – Joe Martin Stage Race
  • 1st mountain classification – Joe Martin Stage Race
  • 1st youth classification – Joe Martin Stage Race
  • Winner two stages  – Joe Martin Stage Race
  • 1st youth classification – Tour of the Gila
  • 2nd general classification – Tour of the Gila
  • Winner two stages  – Tour of the Gila
  • 1st place – Chrono Kristin Armstrong
  • Gold medal – Pan American Team Pursuit Track Championship
  • Gold medal – Pan American Games Individual Time Trial
  • World champion individual pursuit, UCI Track World Championships, Netherlands
  • World champion team pursuit team (USA), UCI Track World Championships, Netherlands
  • Two times stage winner Tour of the Gila, USA
  • 2nd points classification Tour of the Gila, USA
  • Stage winner Joe Martin Stage Race, USA
  • Winner youth classification Joe Martin Stage Race, USA
  • 2nd Chrono Kirsten Armstrong, USA
  • Gold medal – UCI Individual Pursuit Track World Championship in Hong Kong
  • Gold medal – UCI Team Pursuit Track World Championship in Hong Kong
  • Gold medal – Pan American Championships Individual Time Trial
  • 4th place -UCI Individual Time Trial World Championship in Bergen
  • Gold medal – UCI Team Pursuit Track World Championship in London
  • Silver medal – Team Pursuit, 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil
  • 6th general classification – Amgen Tour of California
  • Winner youth classification – Amgen Tour of California
  • Gold medal – UCI Junior Road World Championship in Richmond
  • Gold medal – UIC Junior Individual Time Trial World Championship in Richmond
  • 1st – USA junior national road championship
  • 1st – USA junior national ITT championship

2022

UCI Women's Worldteam

With fifteen riders from eleven different countries, CANYON//SRAM Racing is the home of a diverse group of highly ambitious women who are willing to invest in their future and the future of cycling by breaking new grounds and constantly challenging themselves and their competitors.

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