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CHLOÉ DYGERT

Growing up, Chloé wanted to be Steve Prefontaine. She was a phenomenal runner but at age 11, Chloé started developing injuries that restricted her from being a competitive runner, which is when she began her basketball career. Dygert had then decided she was going to be Larry Bird. After two reconstructive knee surgeries, a broken nose, several stress fractures/strains and multiple stitches, Chloé was forced to hang up her basketball shoes and started cycling.

She attended only two track camps before participating in her first ever track cycling event in January 2017, earning a bronze medal in the team pursuit. The next month, the team arrived in London for the 2017 Track World Championships where Team USA won their first ever team pursuit world title. Chloé then spent the year training and preparing for the 2016 Olympic Games where the team ended up with a silver medal.

In March 2020, Chloé and the track team, again, won the team pursuit almost breaking the world record in Berlin, Germany. She also won and broke the world record in individual pursuit, twice in one day. COVID-19 hit, only days after arriving home from Berlin, causing the postponement of the Games until 2021. Putting a pause in training, the focus then turned to the world championships for the time trial. She was on her way to winning her second world title when she lost control of her bike and flipped over a guard rail resulting in a major laceration to her left leg. In November, Dygert announced her next steps in her career with the signing of a four-year contract with Canyon-SRAM.

2023 has been a successful year for Chloé. After winning U.S. National Championship titles in the Individual Time Trial and Road Race, she made the National Team for the UCI Road World Championships. At Worlds, Chloé competed in three events across two cycling disciplines (Track & Road); capturing Gold in the Individual Time Trial and the Individual Pursuit. Chloe now has won 12 World Championship titles.

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SPORT: CYCLING

BORN: JANUARY 1, 1997

HOMETOWN: BROWNSBURG, IN

HEIGHT: 5’9”

U.S. OLYMPIC TEAM: 2016; 2020

OLYMPIC MEDALS: SILVER – 2016 (TEAM PURSUIT); BRONZE - 2020 (WOMEN'S TEAM PURSUIT)

CHLOÉ’S PRODUCTS OF CHOICE

… you can only put in the work, the training and do the best you can do.

Chloé Dygert cycling
Chloé Dygert cycling
Chloé Dygert cycling