Colorado Springs, Colo. (August 7, 2007)—
Last week, Kim Hayashi (Chandler, Ariz.), Krystal Hime (San Antonio, Texas), Jill Kintner (Seattle, Wash.) and Amanda Geving (Largo, Fla.) received nominations to the national team as funded athletes. They will be joined by 10 additional men and two women who will also get the opportunity to preview the Olympic BMX course in competition alongside the world’s top BMX athletes.
Additions to the elite women’s team will also include Arielle Martin (Clarksville, Tenn.) and Tara Llanes (Los Alamitos, Calif.).
2007 UCI BMX Supercross World Cup
Kim Hayashi (Chandler, Ariz.)
Krystal Hime (San Antonio, Texas)
Jill Kintner (Seattle, Wash.)
Amanda Geving (Largo, Fla.)
Arielle Martin (Clarksville, Tenn.)
Tara Llanes (Los Alamitos, Calif.)
About USA Cycling
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