Nine women chosen for RallyMe matching grant effort

  
  


Colorado Springs, Colo. (March 25, 2014) – USA Cycling and the USA Cycling Development Foundation are pleased to name nine women's National Development Program cyclists chosen to take part in a special matching grant effort to support women’s athlete development in Olympic cycling.
 
The USA Cycling Development Foundation will match the chosen applicants (up to $2,500 each) for the funds they raise in their individual RallyMe fundraising efforts before the 2014 Volkswagen USA Cycling Pro Road & Time Trial Championships in May.  
 
The funds raised by each athlete must be spent on 2014 cycling travel and training costs.
 
To contribute to their efforts and have your gift matched by the USA Cycling Development Foundation, visit the RallyMe page here and read about the nine athletes and their cycling goals.
 
Congratulations to the following nine athletes:
 
Megan Guarnier (Mountain View, Calif./Boels-Dolmans Cycling Team)
Abby Mickey (Aspen, Colo./TWENTY16 Pro Cycling)
Ruth Winder (Lafayette, Calif./UnitedHealthcare)
Missy Erickson (Alexandria, Minn./Momentum Coaching Group)
Tela Crane (Sammamish, Wash./JLvelo Ambassadors)
Allie Dragoo (Grand Rapids, Mich./TWENTY16 Pro Cycling)
Lauren DeCrescenzo (Boulder, Colo./K4 Racing-DNA Cycling p/b K4)
Kaitlin Antonneau (Colorado Springs, Colo./TWENTY16 Pro Cycling)
Maura Kinsella ( Boulder, Colo./Team Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)


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