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Mary McConneloug

Age: 37 (Chilmark, Massachusetts) EVENTS Cross-country PRIOR OLYMPICS 2004 McConneloug has been racing mountain bikes since 1997, but really made her mark in 2003 with silver medals in the national championships and the Pan-Am Games. She finished ninth in her Olympic debut and hopes to improve on that performance in Beijing. A real “road warrior,” McConneloug has eschewed a traditional home, opting instead to live out of her van, travelling around the U.S. and Canada to compete in mountain bike races.

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Age: 37 (Chilmark, Massachusetts)

EVENTS

Cross-country

PRIOR OLYMPICS

2004

McConneloug has been racing mountain bikes since 1997, but really made her mark in 2003 with silver medals in the national championships and the Pan-Am Games. She finished ninth in her Olympic debut and hopes to improve on that performance in Beijing. A real “road warrior,” McConneloug has eschewed a traditional home, opting instead to live out of her van, travelling around the U.S. and Canada to compete in mountain bike races.  |  Photo: Rob Jones

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EVENTS

Cross-country

PRIOR OLYMPICS

2004

McConneloug has been racing mountain bikes since 1997, but really made her mark in 2003 with silver medals in the national championships and the Pan-Am Games. She finished ninth in her Olympic debut and hopes to improve on that performance in Beijing. A real “road warrior,” McConneloug has eschewed a traditional home, opting instead to live out of her van, travelling around the U.S. and Canada to compete in mountain bike races.  |  Photo: Rob Jones