Jeanne Golay

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Jeanne Golay
Personal information
Full name Jeanne Marie Golay
Born (1962-04-16) April 16, 1962 (age 55)
Coral Gables, Florida, U.S.
Team information
Current team Retired
Discipline Road
Role Rider
Major wins

United States National Road Race Championships

  • 1992
  • 1994
  • 1995

World Team Time Trial Championship

  • 1992

Jeanne Marie Golay (born April 16, 1962) is an American former road bicycle racing professional from Coral Gables, Florida. She won the 1992, 1994 and 1995 United States National Road Race Championships, and the 1992 world team time-trial championship, and competed in the 1992 Barcelona Olympics and 1996 Atlanta Olympics.[1]

In Glenwood Springs, Colorado, a training and exercise trail formerly known as Red Mountain Trail has been renamed the Jeanne Golay Trail.

Major results[edit]

1988
  • 1st place in USA National Rankings, USA.
1989
  • 1st place in United States National Time Trial Championships – Individual (ITT), USA.
1990
  • 1st place in United States National Time Trial Championships – Team (TTT), USA.

Tested positive for steroids in 1990, pulled from TTT Team

1991
  • 1st place in Tour of the Alpine Banks, USA.
  • 1st place in United States National Time Trial Championships – Team (TTT), USA.
  • 1st place in Pan American Games (TTT), Cuba.
  • 1st place in Pan American Games (RR), Cuba.
  • 1st place in Brick Criterium, USA
1992
  • 1st place in Westfriese Tweedaagse, Holland.
  • 1st place in Brecht, Belgium.
  • 1st place in Omloop Van Het Molenheike, Holland.
  • 1st place in United States National Time Trial Championships – Individual (ITT), USA.
  • 1st place in United States National Time Trial Championships – Team (TTT), USA.
  • 1st place in United States National Road Championships, USA.
  • 1st place in World Time Trial Championships – Team (TTT), Spain.
  • USCF Athlete of the Year Award.
1993
  • 1st place in Mike Nields Memorial, USA.
  • 1st place in International Idaho Women's Challenge, USA.
  • 1st place in Athens Zanesville, USA.
1994
1995
  • 1st place in Pan American Games, (RR), Argentina.
  • 1st place in Sequoia Cycling Classic, USA.
  • 1st place in United States National Road Championships, USA.
  • 1st place in Frigidaire Cycling Classic, USA.
  • 1st place in Colorado Cycling Classic, USA.
  • 1st place in Fresca Cup, USA.
  • 1st place in USA National Rankings.
1996
  • 1st place in Valley of the Sun, USA.
  • 1st place in United States National Criterium Championships, USA.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Jeanne Golay Olympic Results". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved August 27, 2016. 

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