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Filed under National Champions on December 01, 2015 |
After her ROC win on Friday, Redline's Alise Post wrapped up her 8th career / 2nd consecutive National No.1 title. But even knowing that, Alise wasn't going to slow down any and carried on with her goals and plan to win, as always. In Saturday's mains, she went 1-2-1, only losing once to Caroline Buchanan .
As an amateur, Alise was a 2-time No.1 Champ on both her class bike and cruiser, and then turned Pro and racked up 2 straight No.1 plates in her first two years. Last year, after a 7-year drought filled with the occasional injuries, Alise recaptured the No.1 Pro Woman title and isn't about to let up any time soon.
With less than a year away from the 2016 Rio Olympic games, Post looks to be right on target for medal contention. After her knockout performance in London for the 2012 Olympiad, she will be out to prove herself. And if she races anything like she did in 2015, USA will have high hopes for Gold.
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