Cyclist with ties to Vt dies in Belgium crashThe Associated Press | October 05,2013JERICHO A U.S. cyclist from Colorado with ties to Vermont has died in an accident while training in Belgium.
The Young Telenet-Fidea Cycling team said 26-year-old Amy Dombroski, a professional cyclocross racer, died Thursday while doing speed training behind a scooter when she collided with a van.
Manager Hans van Kasteren said she was catapulted into the air, thrown 50 meters and died instantly.
Dombroski was a native of Jericho and lived in Boulder, Colo. She won three under-23 cyclocross national titles and moved to Belgium last year to train with her team.MORE IN Wire NewsDES MOINES, Iowa Closing in on a decision about whether to again run for president, Mitt Romney... Full StoryWASHINGTON The Federal Reserve has declared economic growth solid. Full Story
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