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The Women’s Cycling Association supports the growth of Women’s Cycling worldwide by advancing policies with governing bodies and creating opportunities to develop new riders and grow the sport. By becoming a member, you can help us build a future for women's cycling. Your voice counts... Join the Ride!

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December Nutrition post

  • December 12th, 2014

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Meet the Board

Robin Farina
Robin FarinaPresident
Robin began her cycling career over 13 years ago after graduating from the University of Tennessee with a degree in Sports Management. She has raced on several professional teams throughout her career and is the former 2011 National Road Race Champion and a 2012 Olympic long team member.
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Jade Wilcoxson
Jade WilcoxsonVice President
Jade is the 2013 National Road Race Champion. In September 2011, she signed with Optum Pro Cycling presented by Kelly Benefit Strategies, based out of Minneapolis.

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Janel Holcomb
Janel HolcombDirector of Media Relations
Janel turned professional in 2008, just one year after her first bike race. Her breakout year was in 2011, when she won the overall NRC title and three NRC stage races.

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Meet the rest of the Board
Meet the rest of the Board
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Mission and Vision

The Mission of the Women’s Cycling Association is to develop, maintain, and support a network of women cyclists and supporters of women’s cycling. The WCA will work to advance the interests of women cyclists by developing and advancing policies with governing bodies and engaging in media outreach.
Our Vision is to create the opportunity for professional women cyclists to have a career path with recognition, financial security and advancement, while supporting women cyclists worldwide, and showcasing grassroots programs in order to develop new riders and grow the sport.