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Bourne Wheelers’ Maddie is on track to join British Cycling’s medal factory




TOUR DE FORCE: Maddie Gammons in her champions' jersey and with the medals from her national cyclo-cross exploits during the winter.Photo by Tim Wilson.
TOUR DE FORCE: Maddie Gammons in her champions' jersey and with the medals from her national cyclo-cross exploits during the winter.Photo by Tim Wilson.

Maddie Gammons (15) of Bourne never gives interviews.

In fact, the day when she won the National Trophy under-16 girls cyclo-cross series in Derby three months ago, her mum Vanessa claims her daughter ran away from the interviewer as soon as the microphone came towards her.

HONORARY MEMBER: Maddie is made an honorary life member of Bourne Wheelers Cycling Club by ex-national champion Jeff Snodin, her coach at the 2014 Sainsbury's School Games in Manchester.Photo supplied.
HONORARY MEMBER: Maddie is made an honorary life member of Bourne Wheelers Cycling Club by ex-national champion Jeff Snodin, her coach at the 2014 Sainsbury's School Games in Manchester.Photo supplied.

Fortunately, Maddie has bravely agreed to talk to the Guardian for its Sports Stars of the Future series about her astonishing progression in cycling that has resulted in her being made an honorary life member of Bourne Wheelers Cycling Club.


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