Corbin Strong

Corbin Strong, born on April 30, 2000, is a New Zealand cyclist specializing in both road and track disciplines, currently competing with the UCI ProTeam Israel–Premier Tech. His prowess on the track was prominently displayed at the 2020 UCI Track Cycling World Championships, where he clinched the points race title and secured a second-place finish in the team pursuit. Strong's career, however, faced a significant challenge in 2018 when he was involved in a training accident, colliding with a stationary car and fracturing his T1 vertebra.

In the 2022 season, Strong's notable results include a second-place finish at Coppa Bernocchi and a fifth-place at the Grand Prix de Wallonie. His performance at the Tour of Britain was particularly impressive, finishing sixth overall and claiming victory in Stage 1. He also achieved a commendable seventh place at Gran Piemonte.

The 2023 season saw Strong continuing to build on his successes, beginning with a victory in Stage 1 of the Tour de Luxembourg. He followed this with a second-place finish at the Grand Prix Cycliste de Québec and a third-place at the Circuit Franco-Belge. Additional notable results included a fourth place at the Giro del Veneto, a fifth at the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race, a seventh at the GP Miguel Induráin, and a ninth-place finish at La Drôme Classic.

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