Spring City, PA
Univeristy of Maryland Class of 2013
Team Kenda p/b GearGrinder Cat 1 Cyclist
University of Maryland D1 Field Hockey Athlete
Current City: College Park, MD

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Cycling Resume

Colleen Nicole Gulick
64 Bethel Church Road
Spring City, PA 19475
610-504-5830 (cell)
Cycling Resume
Racing Age 20 for 2011
Team Kenda p/b GearGrinder

Career Highlights

·         2011     Guest Star on Channel 2 TV show Track Side with Marty Nothstein (July 6)
                        1st – World Series of Bicycling Women’s Pro Omnium; Valley Preferred Cycling Center (July1 & Aug5)
                        2nd - Tour of America's Dairyland- Sheboygan Crit; Sheboygan, WI
                        10th - Tour of Somerville; Somerville, NJ
                        7th - Tour of America's Dairyland-Giro d' Grafton(USA Crit Series); Grafton, WI
                        4th- Iron Hill Criterium(USA Crit Series); West Chester, PA
                        4th- Sprint Omnium; Fixed Gear Classic, Blaine, MN
                        Season Track Summary: 9 wins, 30 podium finishes
                        Season Road Summary: 4 wins, 20 top 10 finishes

·         2010     Traveled to Rotterdam to compete in the Rotterdam Women’s 6-Day
                        Tour of Sommerville Best Young Rider Award
                        3rd– Endurance Omnium; Fixed Gear Classic, Blaine, MN
                        Upgraded to Road Category 1

·         2009     3 National Championships (Keirin, Scratch, 500m)
                        Set National Record- First female to medal in a jr national men’s event (Men’s Madison)
                        National Medals- 8 Track
                        Traveled to London, CA and won Canadian Junior Winter Nationals

·         2008     Traveled to Tasmania to compete in the International Tasmanian Cycling Christmas 
                        Carnival (stayed for 3 weeks and raced in 19 events at 6 different tracks)
                        National Medals- 5 Track, 1 Road
                        Attended World Trials (results below)
                        Upgraded to Road Category 2

·         2007     National Medals- 2 Track, 3 Road
                        Upgraded to Track Category 1

·         2006     National Medals- 3 Track
                        Upgraded to Road Category 3
                        Pretty Tough Corporate Sponsor, Awarded for athletic accomplishments
                        Designed the logo for 2006 Junior Track Cycling National Championships

·         2005     National Medals- 3 Road
                        Next Step Magazine, Super Teen of the Year Award

Sunday, August 21, 2011


As I'm going through cycling withdrawl here in College Park, MD I am constantly checking twitter feeds, facebook statuses and cyclingnews.com updates for news on all of the exciting cycling events currently taking place around the world.  First and foremost, a big congratulations goes out to Matt Baranoski for his bonze medal at the Junior World Championships in the Kilo!  There's also the international sprint grand prix going on in CO Springs along with the US Pro National Crit Championships that concluded yesterday.  Good luck to all riders competing in these events.

As for me, I have my final 2-a-day pre-season field hockey practice tomorrow!  We leave for our season opener in Philly on Thursday.  I'm exciting to be back in PA for a few days. 
I'm sorry to be so short but I'm off to sleep before what promises to be a long day of practices tomorrow.  I"ll be sure to check in soon.

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Gettin' Rolling

I've taken the plunge and finally decided to make a blog.  I'm new to the concept, but I hope to keep friends, family, and sponsors up to date on my latest adventures. Please bare with me as I figure out this whole blogging deal.

Last Wednesday I officially concluded my 2012 cycling season.  Over the past few months I have competed in 46 track races and 25 road races across the country.  I took a three month hiatus to the Midwest to race Fixed Gear Classic (Blaine, MN) and Tour of America's Dairyland (WI).  Thoroughly exhaused I returned home to PA with a podium finish at the Sheboygan Crit and a 10th place omnium result.  I returned to the Valley Preferred Cycling Center in time to race the third World Series of Bicycling Friday night racing... which I subsequently won.  I was pleased to be back on my home track and I couldn't have asked for a better homecoming result!  I continued to race in PA, garnering my greatest amount of wins in a single season.  I won't bore you listing every race result of the summer but I had a great time training and racing the last few months. 

As of last week I said my goodbyes to my favorite place in the country- T-Town and moved down to my College Park, MD appartment to start my junior year field hockey preseason at the University of Maryland.  Luckily, we will be returning to PA on Friday for a scrimmage against Penn State.  I always love playing in PA- close to home, family and friends. :) 

Next thing on the calendar... 2 hockey training sessions tomorrow... first one starting in 8 hours.  Off to sleep so I can wake up ready to train!