Join Us To Celebrate Leah’s Achievements on Friday Sep 23/16


Leah Kirchmann was introduced to her sport at age 13, as part of the Kids of Mud program.  She began her professional road racing career with the Optum Pro Cycling team in 2011.  In 2014, Leah became the first Canadian cyclist (male or female) to win all three road National Championship titles (road, time trial, & Criterium), and in the same year placed in La Course by Le Tour de France.

On top of making her Olympian debut in Rio this past summer, Leah also has finished 2nd overall in the Women’s World Tour Standings this year.

An amazing career so far, with loads of dedication, hard work, and perseverance.

See Leah’s full list of accomplishments (Here)


This Friday (Sep 23/16), The Canadian Sport Centre of Manitoba is throwing a “Victory Lap Celebration Dinner” in honor Rio Olympians & Paralympians with a Manitoba connection. Join us to recognize and celebrate Leah’s achievements.

Time: 6pm Cocktails/7pm Dinner.
Location: McPhillips Street Casino (Hudson Room).

This event is SOLDOUT.