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Alexandra Wrubleski

Name: Alexandra Wrubleski
Hometown: Regina, Saskatchewan
Sport: Road
Date of Birth: May 31 1984
Team: Webcor
Occupation: Student / Athlete
Member of Canadian National Team since: 2006
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Results Highlights

COMPETITION
EVENT
RANK
2008 World Cup, CAN
Road Race
20
2008 Fleche Wallonne World Cup, BEL
Road Race
4
2008 Tour de Berne, SWI
Road Race
4
2008 World Cup, NED
Road Race
6
2008 Redlands Classic, USA
Stage Road Race
1 (overall)
2007 World Championships, GER
Road Race
9
2007 Tour de Grand Montréal, CAN
Overall
7
2006 World Championships, Salzburg, AUT
Road Race
23
2006 National Championships, CAN
Road Race
1
2006 National Championships, CAN
Time Trial
1
2006 National Championships, CAN
Criterium
2

In 2008: competing at first Olympic Games…collected two fourth place international results …Races professionally for Webcor which includes compatriots Erinne Willocks and Gina Grain…At the 2007 world championships finished ninth despite a fall in the last lap…Competed at the 2006 World Championships in Austria, finishing 23rd in the road race (did not finish the time trial)…Other career highlights include winning the 2006 Canadian Championships in the time trial and road race, the 2006 World Championships road race result (23rd), and finishing 2nd at the 2006 Tour of Toona…first international competition was the 2006 Montréal World Cup where she finished 12th… trains in Regina, Saskatchewan and Tucson, Arizona, USA…suffered a broken hand in 2004, forcing her to miss the entire season…coached by Paul Kelly since 2006…previous clubs are Regina Cycle Club and H&R Block…a former speed skater, she was introduced to cycling as part of her cross training program in 2002, and started racing locally in 2003…competed in both the winter and summer Canada Games – in 2003, she won two silver (1000m, 3000m) and one bronze (1500m) at the Canada Winter Games; in 2005, she won a silver medal in the cycling criterium (after crashing while in the lead with 10 laps to go) at the Canada Summer Games in front of her hometown crowd)…most inspired by her mentor Olympic speed skating/cycling Olympic medalist Clara Hughes, for winning medals in two different Olympic sports…most admires her mother because of her work ethic and that she is always there for her…nominated the 2006 Saskatchewan Athlete of the Year…

Born and raised in Regina, Saskatchewan where she attended Dr. Martin Leboldus High School…studying computer technology at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) in Calgary, Alberta…plans to be a web system developer…preferred first name is Alex…mother is a system development manager for Cooperator’s Life Insurance…father is a computer programmer…has three younger siblings (two brothers, one sister)…favourites include chocolate, Olympic medalist Clara Hughes, speed skating, the movie Grease and music by Fleetwood Mac (Dreams)…


 
 

 

 

 

 

 




















 

 

 

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