Kaitlin Antonneau

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Kaitlin Antonneau
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Personal information
Full name Kaitlin Antonneau
Born (1992-01-01) January 1, 1992 (age 25)
Racine, Wisconsin, U.S.
Height 5 ft 2 in (1.57 m)
Weight 106 lb (48 kg)
Team information
Current team
Discipline Cyclocross, Road Bike Racing; Track
Role Rider
Professional team(s)
2009–2010 Team Kenda (Road)
2009 Planet Bike (Cyclocross)
2010–present Cannondale prepared by Cyclocrossworld.com (Cyclocross)
2011–present Peanut Butter & Co. Twenty12

Kaitlin Antonneau (born January 1, 1992 in Racine, Wisconsin) is an American professional racing cyclist who has found success in cyclocross and road bicycle racing despite her young age, winning multiple national championships in both cyclocross and on the track.

Life[edit]

In 2010, Antonneau finished 8th in the UCI Junior World Championships while racing for the U.S. National Team. Kaitie joined the Cannondale prepared by Cyclocrossworld.com[1][2] team for the 2010–2011 cyclocross season, winning the U23 Cyclocross National Championship and getting her first call up to the Elite Women's national team for the World Championships in Saint Wendel, Germany. For 2011, Antonneau joined the Peanut Butter & Co. Twenty12 women's cycling team. In June 2011, she won stage 3, at the Mount Hood Stage Race.[3]

Antonneau currently attends Marian University, where she recently medaled in five track national championships, including the gold medal in the points race, team pursuit and team sprint.[4] Antonneau also won the 2010 U23 Women's Cyclocross National Championship and finished second in the Collegiate Women's event.[5]

Antonneau also represented the United States at the UCI Cyclocross World Championships in Saint Wendel, Germany in January 2011, in her first year of eligibility.

2010 Major Results[edit]

  • (U23) 1st  United States Cyclocross National Championships – Bend, OR
  • (Collegiate) 2nd  United States Cyclocross National Championships – Bend, OR
  • US Gran Prix of Cyclocross
    • 4th USGP #3 – Derby City Cup #1 Louisville, KY
    • 6th USGP #7 – Portland Cup #1 Portland, OR
    • 7th USGP #5 – New Belgium Cup #1 Fort Collins, CO
    • 8th USGP #8 – Portland Cup #2 Portland, OR
    • 9th USGP #4 – Derby City Cup #2 Louisville, KY
  • North American Cyclocross Trophy
    • 6th NACT #3 – Gran Prix of Gloucester #1 Gloucester, MA
  • 4th Jingle Cross Rock #3 – Iowa City, Iowa
  • 4th Jingle Cross Rock #1 – Iowa City, Iowa
  • 3rd Bio Wheels/United Dairy Farmers Harbin Park International, Cincinnati, OH
  • 6th Java Johnny's – Lionhearts International, Middletown, OH

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