Gordon Singleton, Canada's 1st track cycling world champion, dies at 67

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Former Canadian track cycling star Gordon Singleton has died. He was 67.

Cycling Canada confirmed on Monday he had been battling prostate cancer.

“We are incredibly saddened to learn of Gordon’s passing,” said Cycling Canada CEO Matthew Jeffries. “One of Canadian cycling’s greatest champions and most gracious ambassadors, Gordon was a trailblazer who inspired so many Canadian athletes who have followed in his footsteps.

“His accomplishments on the bike were legendary and perhaps surpassed only by his continued contributions, engagement and generosity as an active and valued member of the Canadian cycling community over the past 40 years. He will be dearly missed but

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