Llori Sharpe Jamaica

In 2020, Llori Sharpe decided to focus solely on cycling after several years of competing in swimming and triathlon. With a long list of achievements in her home country of Jamaica, Llori has also shown her talent competing in several Central American and Caribbean championship swimming and triathlon events.

A bronze medal at the Caribbean Cycling Championships time trial and a fifth place in the road race last year affirmed her decision to concentrate on cycling where she believes her best strengths are as a climber.

“My main goal is to be one of the top names in women’s cycling thus attracting multiple women to this wonderful sport. Cycling, especially among girls and women isn’t prominent in Jamaica and I aim to show them that a career in cycling is possible.”

Palmares

2022

  • 3rd place elite, Il Liga Autonomica de Féminas
  • 2nd place U23, Il Liga Autonomica de Féminas
  • 7th place elite, Trofeo Dulcinea
  • 2nd place U23, Trofeo Dulcinea
  • 6th place, Caribbean Elite ITT Road championships
  • Bronze medalist, Caribbean Cycling Championships ITT
  • 5th place, Caribbean Cycling Championships Road Race
  • Winner, Jamaica Cycling Federation Development Meet
  • Winner, Jamaica Cycling Federation National Road Championships
  • Winner, Jamaica Cycling Federation National ITT Championships
  • Winner, Simmonds High Velocity Club Road Race, 2021,
  • Winner, Sligoville Mountain Challenge Championship
  • 2nd place, Team Sonics Road Race
  • Winner, Café Blue Mountain Time Trial
  • Winner, Melrose-Jones Challenge road race
  • Winner, Sligoville Mountain Challenge Championship
  • Silver medalist, Junior Caribbean Cycling Championships Road Race
  • 4th place, Junior Caribbean Cycling Championships ITT
  • 2nd place, Female 16-19 Sprint Triathlon, CARIFTA Triathlon and Aquathlon Championships
  • 4th place, Female 16-19 Aquathlon, CARIFTA Triathlon and Aquathlon Championships
  • Winner, Female 16-19, Caribbean Triathlon Age-Group Championship
  • 2nd place, Mixed relay at Jakes Off-Road Triathlon
  • 22nd place, Elite Female Triathlon, Commonwealth Games, Australia
  • 11th place, Elite Female Bridgetown CAMTRI Sprint Triathlon American Cup and Central American and Caribbean Championship
  • Winner,  Jamaica Triathlon Association Sprint National Championships
  • 6th place, Youth Female, Santo Domingo CAMTRI Youth Central American and Caribbean Championships
  • Winner, Female 16-19, CARIFTA Triathlon & Aquathlon Championships Barbados
  • 2nd place, CARIFTA Triathlon & Aquathlon Championship
  • 2nd place, USA National Championship Triathlon
  • Winner, Female 16-19, Caribbean Age-Group Triathlon Championship

 

  • Winner, Jamaica Triathlon Association Sprint National Championships
  • 22nd place, Female 16-19, ITU World Age-Group Championships
  • Winner, Overall Female, Believe Strong Sprint Triathlon
  • Winner, Female 16-19, Caribbean Age-Group Triathlon Championship
  • Winner, Mixed relay at Jakes Off-Road Triathlon
  • Winner, Jewel Resort Biathlon
  • Winner, Jamaica Triathlon Association Sprint National Championships

2022

UCI Women's Continental Team

The new Women’s Continental team is part of CANYON//SRAM Racing’s long-term D&I program. This two-tier structure is the first of its kind for a European-based WorldTeam creating a formal pathway to the Women’s World Tour. Established in 2022 to help talented female athletes from diverse backgrounds reach the top of professional cycling, and to help them break new grounds for their future and for the future of cycling. The final roster of CANYON//SRAM Generation unites eight ambitious women from seven different countries across four different continents.

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