Another World Record Broken At Pan Am Track Champs!

The U.S. women’s Pursuit Team set a global standard yesterday at the Pan American Track Championships in Aguascalientes, Mexico.  They rode a 3km Team Pursuit in 3:19.569, beating the previous World Record held by New Zealand (3:21.552).

The team consisted of Lauren Tamayo, Dotsie Bausch and Sarah Hammer who had just broken the 3km Individual Pursuit World Record the day before.

Congratulations, girls!

Read the article on Cycling News.
Another World Record Broken At Pan Am Track Champs!

The U.S. women’s Pursuit Team set a global standard yesterday at the Pan American Track Championships in Aguascalientes, Mexico.  They rode a 3km Team Pursuit in 3:19.569, beating the previous World Record held by New Zealand (3:21.552).

The team consisted of Lauren Tamayo, Dotsie Bausch and Sarah Hammer who had just broken the 3km Individual Pursuit World Record the day before.

Congratulations, girls!

Read the article on Cycling News.

Another World Record Broken At Pan Am Track Champs!


The U.S. women’s Pursuit Team set a global standard yesterday at the Pan American Track Championships in Aguascalientes, Mexico. They rode a 3km Team Pursuit in 3:19.569, beating the previous World Record held by New Zealand (3:21.552). The team consisted of Lauren Tamayo, Dotsie Bausch and Sarah Hammer who had just broken the 3km Individual Pursuit World Record the day before. Congratulations, girls! Read the article on Cycling News.

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