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Erinne Willock

Name: Erinne Willock
Hometown: Victoria, BC
Sport: Road
Date of Birth: October 16, 1981
Team: Webcor
Occupation: Cyclist
Member of Canadian National Team since: 2000 (junior since 1999)

Results Highlights

COMPETITION
EVENT
RANK
2008 National Championships, CAN
Road Race
8
2008 National Championships, CAN
Time Trial
7
2008 Tour de l’Aude, FRA
Stage Race
12 (overall)
2007 World Championships
Road Race
17
2007 Pan American Championships, Valencia, VEN
Time Trial
2
2006 World Championships, Salzburg, AUT
Road Race
37
2006 Commonwealth Games, Melbourne, AUS
Time Trial
10
2006 Commonwealth Games, Melbourne, AUS
Road Race
11
2006 World Cup, Montréal, CAN
Road Race
6
2006 National Championships, CAN
Road Race
4
2006 National Championships, CAN
Time Trial
4
2005 World Championships, Madrid, ESP
Road Race
21
2005 National Championships, CAN
Road Race
2
2004 World Championships, Verona, ITA
Road Race
54
2004 National Championships, CAN
Road Race
3
2003 World Championships, Hamilton, CAN
Road Race
44
2003 National Championships, CAN
Road Race
9

2008; headed to first Olympic Games…Member of Webcor pro team which also includes Canadian Olympic teammates Alex Wrubleski and Gina Grain… Returned to Webcor Builders Pro Cycling Team after racing for them in 2005 and 2006… trains out of the National Cycling Centre – Pacific… Silver medalist at the 2007 Pan American Championships in Venezuela…best ever World Championship result of 17th in 2007 in Spain…two-time senior National Championships medalist (silver in 2005, bronze in 2004)…member of the 2006 Commonwealth Games team…won the overall "Best Young Rider" category in the Women's Prestige Series in 2005 (including the Redlands Bicycle Classic, the Nature Valley Grand Prix, the International Tour de Toona)…first international competition was the 1999 Junior World Mountain Bike Championships…suffered a knee injury in the winter of 2006/2007 causing her to miss the 2007 spring racing season…known as a talented climber, she spent two years working for Canadian star Genevieve Jeanson on the Rona squad…coached by Houshang Amiri since 2001…trains in Victoria, British Columbia...formerly coached by Steve Lund (1997-2000)…previous clubs include Team Rona and Webcor Cycling Team…was introduced to the sport by her father and was a member of the Victoria High School Cycling League from age 14...started out track cycling, mountain biking and on the road for the first four years, then stayed with road when she turned senior as her strengths were mountain stages and ever-changing tactics…received the 2007 Pacific Sport George Heller Award for Athletic Excellence…

Born and resides in Victoria, where she graduated from Stelly’s Secondary School…studying education at the University of Victoria…married in 2006 to Tony Zarsadias, a former professional cyclist (member of Team Symmetrics) and psychology graduate of Simon Fraser University, and now working as a real estate agent in Victoria…mother Lynne is a teacher…father Martin, a cyclist, competed in the team time trial at the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles, USA (her uncle Bernie won a bronze medal in the team time trial at the 1979 Pan American Games, and was the 1980 Canadian road race champion)…has two sisters…enjoys a good glass of wine and spending time with family and friends…favourites include popcorn, ice cream and fruit, gymnastics and diving, fast moving movies, and says she likes the people in her life, and only wants to see more of them!




 

 

 

 

 

 




















 

 

 

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