The success of Juventus programming is showcased in Cycling Canada's new NextGen Program.
Evan Burtnik and Kinley Gibson will be part of the track program based out of Milton ON, while Sidney McGill will be part of cross country mountain development in Victoria BC.
In Kinley's case, she is one of six targeted track endurance women that will eventually start integrating into Canada's internationally performing National Team squad post Rio Games.
Evan joins the men's NextGen program which is in its second year. It is a full road and track endurance program aiming to improve on international competitiveness and success from 2015.
Sidney McGill will be part of the cross country mountain bike program based out of Victoria, BC. This program currently includes other disciplines, but will transition to be an exclusive x-country mountain program by September 2016.
All 3 of these Juventus members are LAMP graduates. They all trained with Tracy as Juniors, (and also Ken in the case of Sidney), and with Jeff on the track in the case of Evan and Kinley: evidence that Juventus programming develops top level cyclists!