July 1, 2021 (COLORADO SPRINGS, CO) - Chloe Woodruff has formally resigned from her position as a member of the US Women’s Olympic Mountain Bike Team and will not attend the Tokyo Olympic Games. Woodruff cited personal reasons for her decision. Woodruff will be replaced by rider Erin Huck. Huck had been named to the Olympic Long Team and was an alternate to the Olympic Team.
The US Women’s Olympic Mountain Bike Team is now comprised of the following riders:
The Tokyo Olympic Games will be held July 23, 2021 through August 8, 2021. The Women’s Cross Country Olympic Mountain Bike race will take place on July 27.
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USA Cycling is the national governing body for the sport of cycling and oversees the disciplines of road, track, mountain bike, cyclocross, and BMX. USA Cycling’s mission is to champion accessibility, participation, and excellence in the sport of cycling to make more Americans healthier, happier, and better on two wheels while achieving sustained international racing success. USA Cycling supports cyclists at all levels, from those just beginning in the sport and participating in fun rides to international caliber racers. The organization identifies, develops, and selects cyclists to represent the United States in international competition through the support of kids’ and interscholastic programs, amateur bike racing and grassroots development programs, and the provision of critical infrastructure to run organized racing. USA Cycling has a membership of 100,000, annually sanctions over 2,500 events, and is a proud member of the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) and United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee (USOPC).