Bothell resident Studley wins two medals in cycling

Kari Studley - contributed photo
Kari Studley
— image credit: contributed photo

Bothell resident Kari Studley had quite a month of bicycle racing. Studley competed in the USA Cycling’s National Cyclocross Championships in Madison, Wis. and the International Cycling Union (UCI) Masters World Cyclocross Championships in Louisville, Ky.

Studley won national championships in the single speed Cyclocross race and the Masters Women 30-34 year old category.  She then went on to win the Masters World Championships for women 30-34 year old category. Both courses featured snow and lots of mud.

Studley is a physical therapist at Corpore Sano Physical Therapy in Kenmore. Studley's championship medals and jerseys are on display at the office.


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