Students to “Ask an Olympian” at Cal State San Bernardino Youth Cycling Association Event
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
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SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. – Two-time Olympian Giddeon Massie will meet and mentor students at the Youth Cycling Association “Ask an Olympian” event, at California State University, San Bernardino 5500 University Pkwy, San Bernardino, Calif., in the Santos Manuel Student Union Theater, on Nov. 20, from 1-3 pm.
Massie will be accompanied by the Youth Cycling Association in a joint effort to open doors for future generations of cyclists and encourage all people to participate in sport and consider sport even if they have never thought of it before.
Said Massie of his visit, “Many times, participating in an activity is more than just the activity. It is setting goals, managing stress, and putting in the hard work. This process can be very beneficial, both in sport and in life. I know students see this first hand in their studies and I’m honored to connect with them and hear from them about ways we can include more people in something that has such a positive impact on lives.”
Massie’s visit is the second in a series of on campus visits by accomplished cyclists as part of the youth Cycling Association’s presence on campus. On November 14, 80-year-old world hour record holder and multiple-time world champion Pat Baker visited and met with 75 students for a Q and A.
To start a Youth Cycling Association program in the community, district, or to align your club, visit YCAcycling.com
This press release was written by the undergraduate students of the CSUSB Comm. 442 Public Relations Campaigns and supported by PRSSA who will be hosting Massie as part of their club’s first annual meeting.
About Youth Cycling Association: Founded in 2019, Youth Cycling Association believes every child matters and deserves the opportunity to succeed and thrive. Through cycling, Youth Cycling Association is dedicated to addressing the political and sociological barriers that often cause youth to feel “less than” and can put up institutional barriers between juniors and the athletics they are interested in pursuing. Members are joined by a movement that coordinates and facilitates quality youth cycling programs that promote equal opportunities regardless of color, age, ethnicity, or disability. Youth Cycling Association supports acceptance, youth involvement, acknowledgment, equality, and diversity through the sport of cycling. http://YCAcycling.com Instagram, Twitter, Facebook: @YCAcycling