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Amy Alison Dombroski (September 9, 1987 – October 3, 2013) was an American professional cyclist, who competed in cyclocross, road, and mountain bike racing. An American National Champion in Road (2009 U23), Cyclocross (2010, 2012, 2013), and Mountain Bike (2009), Dombroski also competed internationally, representing the United States at UCI World Championship Cyclocross, UCI World Cup Cyclocross, and UCI World Championship Cross Country Mountain Biking (2009 U23) events.

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  • Amy Alison Dombroski (September 9, 1987 – October 3, 2013) was an American professional cyclist, who competed in cyclocross, road, and mountain bike racing. An American National Champion in Road (2009 U23), Cyclocross (2010, 2012, 2013), and Mountain Bike (2009), Dombroski also competed internationally, representing the United States at UCI World Championship Cyclocross, UCI World Cup Cyclocross, and UCI World Championship Cross Country Mountain Biking (2009 U23) events.
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  • Begijnendijk, Belgium
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  • Amy Alison Dombroski (September 9, 1987 – October 3, 2013) was an American professional cyclist, who competed in cyclocross, road, and mountain bike racing. An American National Champion in Road (2009 U23), Cyclocross (2010, 2012, 2013), and Mountain Bike (2009), Dombroski also competed internationally, representing the United States at UCI World Championship Cyclocross, UCI World Cup Cyclocross, and UCI World Championship Cross Country Mountain Biking (2009 U23) events. Transitioning from alpine ski racing to cycle racing in 2006, Dombroski's international cyclocross career began in 2007, with a grassroots fundraising initiative undertaken by her team, Velo Bella. The team sold equipment and special edition socks to generate funds to send Dombroski to compete in the 2008 UCI Cyclocross World Championships in Treviso, Italy. Originally from Vermont, Dombroski moved to Boulder, Colorado where she climbed the ranks of women's cyclocross in the U.S. before moving to Belgium in the 2011–2012 season, to train and compete on the UCI World Cup cyclocross circuit. Dombroski met with success on the circuit, placing second in Leuven behind Sanne Cant, and achieving top ten finishes at the cyclocross events in Otegem, Heerlen, Hoogstraten, Diegem, Overijse, Antwerp, Gavere, Zogge, Zonhoven, Ruddervoorde, Kalmthout, and Neerpelt. Dombroski's nickname Cross Diva stems from a disagreement regarding the mandatory use of sponsored equipment, as well as Dombroski's petite stature and efforts to promote gender equality for cyclists' pay.
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