Thérin changes track once again

FORMER Island Games medallist Lauryn Thérin will ride for the Maxgearettes race cycling team this year.

Lauren Therin at the start of the National Track Championships
Lauren Therin at the start of the National Track Championships

FORMER Island Games medallist Lauryn Thérin will ride for the Maxgearettes race cycling team this year.

The 26-year-old trained hard over the winter in the hope of finding a women’s team to ride for in 2013 and her dedication and hard work has paid off.

Thérin, who is based in Manchester where is employed as a recreation education officer for British cycling, is delighted to have joined Maxgear.

The former British Bobsleigh champion, who represented Jersey in the 2006 Melbourne Commonwealth Games discus final, said: ‘Maxgear were looking for a sprinter for their road team and because I won a team sprint silver medal at the British National Track Cycling Championship, that was the reason I was asked to join them.'

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Comments for: "Thérin changes track once again"

Jerseybob

Well done Lauren. What a star she is. Good luck xx

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