Sue Haywood

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Sue Haywood
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Personal information
Full name Sue Haywood
Born (1971-10-09) October 9, 1971 (age 43)
 United States
Team information
Current team Trek/VW
Discipline Mountain Bike Racer
Role Racer
Rider type Off Road
Infobox last updated on
October 17, 2007

Sue Haywood (born 9 October 1971) is a retired professional mountain bike racer. She raced for team Trek Volkswagen along with notables Jeremiah Bishop, Travis Brown, Chris Eatough, Lea Davison and Ross Schnell.

Sue Haywood was awarded $318,647.14 in a civil case against USA Cycling for not being awarded a spot on the 2004 Olympic Team after a sketchy selection process.

Major wins[edit]

  • 2005
    • 1st Overall, NORBA #2, Arizona
    • 1st, TT NORBA #2
  • 2004
    • 1st, Chequamagon Fat Tire Festival
    • 1st, Great Wall Cycling Festival, Beijing, China
    • 1st, Pan American Championships
  • 2003
    • 1st overall, NORBA Short Track Championship
    • 1st NORBA NCS STXC, Big Bear, California
    • 1st Stage 1, Subaru Nova Desert Classic
    • 1st Stage 2, Subaru Nova Desert Classic
  • 2002
    • 1st Team, 24 Hours of Moab, Moab, Utah
  • 2001
    • US Short Track Champion 1st, UCI World Cup, Time Trial, Durango, Colorado
    • 1st, 24 Hours of Moab, Utah

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