By VeloNews Interactive
It’s already been an epic year for Canadian mountain bikers, with Roland Green winning the World Cup overall, and Ryder Hesjedal and Chrissy Redden having breakout seasons. Come September those three, plus a host of others will be making the trip south to Vail for the world championships, trying to bring rainbow stripes back to Canada for the first time since 1996 when Alison Sydor won the cross country. Green and Hesjedal will be trying to become the first Canadian males to ever win a world championship.
For a look at the complete lineup that the Canadians will be bringing to Colorado click on the results icon below.
Cross country; Elite Men; Roland Green; Andreas Hestler; Geoff Kabush; Seamus McGrath; Chad Miles; Chris Sheppard; Mathieu Toulouse; Elite women; Kiara Bisaro; Marie-Helene Premont; Chrissy Redden; Trish Sinclair; Alison Sydor; Lesley Tomlinson; Claire Townsend; Espoir men; Mathieu Darveau; Ricky Federau; Ryder Hesjedal; Jean-Francois Laroche; Dylan Sebel; Junior men; Frederic Bussieres; Shawn Bunnin; Adam Coates; Will Routley; Jeremy Trudel; Tyler West; Junior women; Helena Coney; Martina Feldman; Katarina Henry; Anne-Marie Jobin; Jean Ann McKirdy; Audree Vaillancourt; Downhill; Elite men; Dustin Adams; Andrew Shandro; David Watson; Elite women; Sylvie Allen; Cassandra Boon; Barb Haley; Tera Meade; Junior men; Hugo Donais; Jeff Beatty; Jordie Lunn