USA Cycling's

Olympic Development Camps

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JUNIOR ATHLETE DEVELOPMENT

WELCOME TO THE OLYMPIC DEVELOPMENT CAMPS

The goal of the USA Cycling Olympic Development Camps (ODC), formerly known as Regional Talent ID Camps, is to offer athletes an avenue to develop their cycling skills and learn more about what it takes to be a top-level athlete.

The ODC’s are focused on younger athletes, ages 13 to 18, that have some racing experience and are looking to make their way through the development pathway.

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Camp Schedule

Date

Event

LocationDetails
June 19-23Northwest MTB Olympic Development CampSpokane, WAClick Here

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THE CAMPS

MEET THE STAFF
Alec Pasqualina ODA Director

Alec
Pasqualina

Olympic Development Academy Director
Background

Alec joined USA Cycling in early 2021 to kickstart the Olympic Development Academy, USA Cycling’s redesigned development program across all cycling disciplines. Alec is a former professional mountain bike and cyclocross racer who participated in previous iterations of USA Cycling’s development programming bringing firsthand knowledge and experience to the ODA. In addition to coaching athletes of all disciplines on the side, Alec spent nearly three years working for TrainingPeaks where he contributed to product enhancements, data analysis, coaching education, and customer retention. With coaching experience, product knowledge, and firsthand experiences, Alec plans to leverage his knowledge to grow the ODA into a pipeline for athletes of all abilities and backgrounds to make the USA Cycling National Team.

A native of Danville, Calif., Alec studied Communication Studies, Political Science, and Entrepreneurial Leadership at Gonzaga University in Spokane, Wash. He now resides in Boulder, Colorado.

CONTACT
Kevin Bradford Parish Headshot

Kevin
Bradford-Parish

Olympic Development Camp Northwest MTB Coach
Background

As a lifetime athlete, Coach Kevin Bradford-Parish began racing competitively in the mid 90’s, competing in professional cyclocross, XC mountain biking, enduro, and road racing. Kevin has competed in over 300 races in his 20+ years of racing. From competing in his first local mountain bike race in Spokane, Kevin raced in four cross-country national championships, a silver medal at the 2019 Master’s Mountain Bike World Championship, and several World Cups.

Kevin enthusiastically shares his passion, knowledge, and experience with his athletes and anyone with an appetite to learn. Kevin is a USA Cycling Level 2 Coach and a Level 1 Bicycle Instructor Certification Program Certification. Kevin is actively involved in the high school mountain bike and cyclocross community as a driver for continued sport and youth development. He has also served as a volunteer and fundamentals educator for the local high school mountain bike teams. He enjoyed leading the USA Cycling Talent ID camp in 2019 and is excited to inspire a new set of racers to pursue mountain bike racing excellence through the Olympic Development Camps.