What happened to Kelsey Mitchell? The athlete who has arrived from the Canadian cold does not even think of saying goodbye

Toronto (Canada), July 12 (EFE). – since then Kelsey Mitchell Hopping on a bike for six years now, the Canadian athlete has literally not stopped riding bikes, stunning and winning competitions.

The last time happened last April when he won a gold medal at the UCI World Cup.

Born 29 years ago in Brandon, Manitoba’s second largest city, Mitchell tested herself in many sports and made herself physically while having fun and enduring the wind, sun, cold and rain along the Assiniboine River.

The young woman, who will turn 30 on November 26, started to shine in the world of cycling during the Pan American Games in Lima in 2019.

The Canadian arrived as an unknown, having only ridden a bike two years earlier after taking on gymnastics, soccer and basketball, and left the Peruvian capital a discovery with surprising potential after taking gold in a speed test.

Since then, Mitchell has not disappointed.

Four years later, his name has become very attractive to fans and experts preparing to experience the Pan American Games that will begin in Santiago in exactly 100 days.

The Canadian’s fast-paced career never seemed to have any breaks.

A month after the Pan American Games in Lima, he won gold in the individual and team events at the Pan American Track Championships in the Bolivian city of Cochabamba.

Mitchell also set a new world record in the 200m at 2558m in Cochabamba.

At the Tokyo Olympics, the Canadian athlete confirmed her quality by winning the gold medal in the sprint, beating Olena Starikova by two laps to zero.

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And at the World Championships in Roubaix (France) in 2021, Mitchell won the bronze medal.

But so far, 2022 has been the best year of Mitchell’s cycling career.

The Canadian won three silver and a bronze medals at the Commonwealth Games held in Birmingham, England.

Last year she returned with the entire luxury team from Canada to the city where it all began in her career.

At the 2022 Lima South American Track Cycling Championships, Mitchell won three gold medals (kirin, sprint, and team sprint) and a silver (500m).

The Camino de Santiago is nearby and is not without its appeal for the ambitious and talented cyclist.

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