Broderick and McConneloug to race Mountain Bike Marathon Worlds

  
  


2004 & 2008 Olympian Mary McConneloug will represent the USA in Austria.
2004 & 2008 Olympian Mary McConneloug will represent the USA in Austria.
Colorado Springs, Colo. (June 4, 2013) -- USA Cycling on Tuesday announced the riders that will represent the USA at the 2013 UCI Mountain Bike Marathon World Championships in Kirchberg, Austria, on June 29.
 
Michael Broderick (Chilmark, Mass./ Kenda-Seven-Stan’s No Tubes) will represent the U.S. in the elite men's race, while Broderick's wife, two-time Olympian Mary McConneloug (Chilmark, Mass./Kenda-Seven-Stan’s No Tubes) will contest the elite women's race. McConneloug, who competed in the 2004 and 2008 Olympic Games, took first place at the 2013 Pan American Continental Mountain Bike Championships in Tucuman, Argentina, where Broderick placed 25th.
 
“We have named a small but solid team for this year’s Marathon World Championships," said USA Cycling Mountain Bike Director Marc Gullickson. "Our hope is that participation in this event by our best endurance riders will grow in the coming years, but the scheduling and location of the race this year makes the travel and logistics difficult for many racers. Mary and Mike should represent well this year.”

Both the men's and women's competition is slated for Saturday, June 29, in Kirchberg, Austria. The men's elite course is 94 kilometers with 4,400 meters of climbing, while the elite women's course will be covering 85 kilometers and 3,700 meters of climbs.

2013 UCI Mountain Bike Marathon World Championships
Kirchberg, Austria
June 29, 2013

Elite Men
Michael Broderick (Chilmark, Mass./ Kenda-Seven-Stan’s No Tubes)

Elite Women
Mary McConneloug (Chilmark, Mass./Kenda-Seven-Stan’s No Tubes)
 
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