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Haley Batten (born September 19, 1998) is an American cross-country and mountain bike cyclist. From Park City, Utah, Batten studied at Quest University, Canada. Batten won national titles as a junior and another at U23 level, and won a U23 World Cup, and was part of the USA team relay at the 2019 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships where they earned a silver medal in Mont-Sainte-Anne, Canada.Batten rode for the Clif Pro Team from 2016 to 2019 and Specialized Racing for 2020, and Trinity Racing in 2021. Batten rode to a third-place finish at her first elite World Cup XCO race in Albstadt, Germany. On Friday 14 May 2021 Batten won the short-track cross-country MTB World Cup race in the Czech Republic. She followed this up with finishing in 2nd place at the Nové Město XCO World Cup race pun

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  • Haley Batten (born September 19, 1998) is an American cross-country and mountain bike cyclist. From Park City, Utah, Batten studied at Quest University, Canada. Batten won national titles as a junior and another at U23 level, and won a U23 World Cup, and was part of the USA team relay at the 2019 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships where they earned a silver medal in Mont-Sainte-Anne, Canada.Batten rode for the Clif Pro Team from 2016 to 2019 and Specialized Racing for 2020, and Trinity Racing in 2021. Batten rode to a third-place finish at her first elite World Cup XCO race in Albstadt, Germany. On Friday 14 May 2021 Batten won the short-track cross-country MTB World Cup race in the Czech Republic. She followed this up with finishing in 2nd place at the Nové Město XCO World Cup race pun
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  • Haley Batten (born September 19, 1998) is an American cross-country and mountain bike cyclist. From Park City, Utah, Batten studied at Quest University, Canada. Batten won national titles as a junior and another at U23 level, and won a U23 World Cup, and was part of the USA team relay at the 2019 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships where they earned a silver medal in Mont-Sainte-Anne, Canada.Batten rode for the Clif Pro Team from 2016 to 2019 and Specialized Racing for 2020, and Trinity Racing in 2021. Batten rode to a third-place finish at her first elite World Cup XCO race in Albstadt, Germany. On Friday 14 May 2021 Batten won the short-track cross-country MTB World Cup race in the Czech Republic. She followed this up with finishing in 2nd place at the Nové Město XCO World Cup race punching her ticket to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics as the finish met USA Cycling’s automatic criteria for making the team.
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