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beveridge is considered to be one of the worlds top women’s cyclist and a double medal Threat at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo

Allison’s competitive nature started in her early childhood as a competitive swimmer; at the young age of 14 she decided to follow in her sisters path and began cycling competitively.

The Calgarian’s success began in 2011 at the Pan AM Championships wining silver as a junior, and bronze in the team sprint event; her success has continued with winning silver in team pursuit at the 2014 World Junior Championships.

2015 was a big year for Allison — winning a pair of bronze medals from the UCI Track Cycling World Championships, a gold medal in team pursuit and a bronze medal in the women’s road race at the Pan Ams, and three silver medals at the Pan American Championships in Chile.

Alli finished off her 2015 season with a double medal performance at the UCI World Cup in New Zealand highlighted by winning the gold medal in the multi-event Omnium against a field of the world's best.

Since then she has developed her skills and a passion for cycling and has competed at the highest levels in her sport — both on the road and in track cycling. Allison was also a member of the top-ranked Canadian Women’s Team Pursuit squad that won a bronze medal at the 2016 Rio Olympics and finished 11th in the Omnium after a crash in the Scratch Race put her out of medal contention.

Rib removed to alleviate clotting in her left arm

Allison missed the 2017 Track Worlds after undergoing surgery to relieve vascular thoracic outlet syndrome. They removed her left top rib to alleviate the compression of her vein between the collarbone and the top rib, which was causing her subclavian and axillary veins to clot in her left arm.

The clotting in her arm originally started in March of 2016, a few months after she separated the shoulder at the World Cup in Hong Kong, when her left arm began swelling and the clot was diagnosed. At the time, the clot was treated with medication and angioplasty; however the clot reoccurred after she stopped taking the medication to race the Games in Rio.  She decided to put down her bike for five months while it got sorted and to get the surgery done and fortunately it worked as no new clot has reformed.

Racing for the powerhouse Rally Cycling team on the road, Beveridge came back later in the season to win the 2017 national road title in a sprint and finished third in a stage at Cascade.

Olympic Omnium and Team Pursuit Medal Threat

Allison has won 3 World Cup medals in the Omnium in 2019 and led the veteran Canadian Team Pursuit squad back to the podium with a bronze medal in New Zealand.

Still at the young age of 26, Allison is considered to be one of the worlds top women’s cyclist and a double medal threat in the velodrome at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan.


Track and Road Cyclist

Career Highlights

  • 2019 UCI Track World Cup in Cambridge, New Zealand - Silver in the Women’s Omnium
  • 2019 UCI Track World Cup in London, England, Bronze in the Women’s Omnium
  • 2017 London Six-Day (Track) - 5th Overall
  • 2017 Canadian Road Cycling Championships - Women's National Champion
  • 2016 Olympic Games, Rio - Bronze, Team Pursuit, 11th in Omnium
  • 2015 UCI World Cup New Zealand - Gold, Omnium & Silver, Team Pursuit
  • 2015 Pan AM Games (Toronto) - Bronze, Road Race & Gold, Team Pursuit
  • 2015 UCI Track Cycling World Championships - Bronze
  • 2015 Pan American Championships (Chile) - 3 Silver Medals

Hometown: calgary, alberta

Training base: calgary, alberta

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