Female Leaders Presidents Change The World?
Imagine a world with no violence, no hatred, no crime, no war, no inequality, no suffering, no pollution, no toxic foods, no toxic water, no toxic air, no toxic products. This is all possible and it is time that it materializes. How? The secret is within women. Yes. Females are (more…)
Dr. Vie SuperKids for Carla launched with Team Bonitas
(Kwa Zulu Natal, South Africa, March 2013)
Dr. Vie SuperKids launched today in memory of South African elite cyclist, Carla Swart. The free program helps children around the planet to “dream big & make it happen” (Carla’s motto), through healthy lifestyles and the support of global role models. The program (more…)
Dr. Vie’s Jasmin Glaesser wins bronze in Minsk, Belarus World Cup
(Minsk, BEL – February 21, 2013) The women’s team pursuit squad won Canada’s first medal of the 2013 UCI Track cycling World Championships Thursday, currently held in Minsk, Belarus.
The team, made up of Gillian Carleton of Victoria, BC, Jasmin Glaesser of Coquitlam, BC (Dr. Vie’s athlete) and Laura Brown (more…)
Dr. Vie olympian Jasmin Glaesser wins gold at Mexico World Cup Jan 2013
(Aguascalientes, MEX – January 18, 2013) Canada started its 2013 UCI Track Cycling World Cup season on a golden note, taking the top honours in the Women’s Team Pursuit in Aguascalientes, Mexico, on Thursday.
The three women – Jasmin Glaesser of Coquitlam, BC, Gillian Carleton of Victoria, BC and Stephanie (more…)
Dr. Vie’s cyclists win Bronze Medal at London Olympics Team Pursuit
Short race, riding at high speeds, no brakes, Dr. Vie’s women rode their way to a BRONZE medal, making history at the first every Olympic women’s team pursuit event. There was a roar from the crowd at Canada House in Trafalgar Square, London. All I could do was cry into (more…)
Dr. Vie’s women cyclists at London Olympics 3-4 August 2012
“Heading into the 2012 Olympic Games in London, Team Canada is a definite medal contender in the women’s cycling team pursuit.
Canada will be represented by Tara Whitten of Toronto, Ontario, Gillian Carleton of Victoria, British Columbia and Jasmin Glaesser of Coquitlam, British Columbia. The three finished in third place (more…)
GO Dr. Vie athletes & 5 time world champion Fernandes in the news
Dr. Vie’s 13 year old athletes and elite athletes have been racing and competing in the USA, Canada, France, Belgium & Holland last month. Dr. Vie athletes compete in road cycling, track cycling, cross biking, soccer, long-boarding, mixed martial arts (with Bibiano Fernandes 5 times world champion -see below) and (more…)
Dr. Vie’s athlete 13 year old Maggie: A role model for youngsters
Life in bike racing isn’t always easy for a young girl. Most categories are too fast (still good challenges), and some are too slow. This year I have finally foung my place as a 13 year old girl in the women’s category 4.
This year started out with a couple of spring (more…)
Dr. Vie’s Canadian women cyclists win 2 medals at Australian World Cup
In Melbourne, Australia, it was a great day for the Canadian Track Cycling Team at the 2012 UCI Track World Championships as Canada won a silver medal in the women’s points race and a bronze medal in the women’s team pursuit on Thursday. Both women are Dr. Vie athletes, Jasmin (more…)
Dr. Vie’s Canadian cyclist Gillian Carleton reports on London world cup silver medal
Dr. Vie’s athlete Gillian writes: “In February 2012, I was selected to the Canadian National Track Cycling Team travelling to the UK for the fourth and final World Cup of the season (and the 2012 Olympic Test Event) in London. With this event being our biggest priority race leading up (more…)