CORC WOMEN’S MOUNTAIN BIKING DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
The CORC Women’s Mountain Biking Development Program 2016 was a great success with participants learning new skills both for riding and racing.
CORC’s courses offered great skills courses from the beginner rider through to experienced riders and also a Scott 24hr 2016 Race Preparation course.
Coaching sessions were delivered in 6 weeks blocks during the week and also weekends.
New skills courses rolls off in January 2017. Cost is $210 for 6 weeks courses on skill development. Sessions will be 1.5 hours and will run on Mondays and Wednesdays. These courses are now fully booked.
Monthly Information Sessions
Monthly information sessions will including bike maintenance, nutrition, training plans and lots more.
If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to email Lauren firstname.lastname@example.org
SCOTT 24 2016
A few of the CORC Women participated in the Scott 24 Hour Race Preparation Course leading up to the Scott 24 Race Hour Race in Stromlo. Coaches were Stewart Kerr and Claire Whiteman. The women all raced in their chosen categories the 8th and 9th of October 2016. Julia Chadburn raced her first 24 hour solo and completed 19 laps, 1 lap more than her goal, finishing in 4th place in solo female 35-39. Marianne Goeghegan and Sarah Anderson raced 6+6 pairs and completed 13 laps, finishing in 2nd place in the female pairs category. Lauren Bartch raced 6+6 solo while being 5 months pregnant. She completed 12 laps finishing in 5th place in the solo female category. Hilde Grande raced 6+6 solo and completed 14 laps, finishing in 3rd place in the solo female category.
Results from all CORC riders from the Scott 24 can be found here.
Julia Chadburn has written a race report about her experience from racing 24 hour solo. Her story can be found here.
Images from 2016’s CORC Women’s Development courses are below: