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She was happy when the NBL's Competition Congress authorized a pro girls' class in late "I think it's great that they finally passed it Now girls will have something to stay in the sport for. As Elliott put it during an interview conducted by her modern day counterpart, professional cyclist Jill Kintner , on Kintner's blog:. I had been racing since 9 years old, I was 15 and felt I had missed a lot.

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I was absolutely exhausted. My career may not have been long, but it was intense and filled to the extreme. I was ready to pass the torch to the other women. I was ready to be home. She probably thought she would be at the ABA Grand Nationals anyway for her acceptance speech, why not race as well? However, she slipped her pedals in the Main and finished in seventh place—last, in this case—in the main.

On Sunday, she again came in last out of six in the main. She fell doing a trick over a jump. She landed badly, and crashed. The rest of the pack passed her, and her chance of being the Grand National winner went with them. Mapuana Naki won the National number one girl title for After racing one or two more times on the national level, Elliott continued her BMX retirement in February Retiring from BMX did not cure her entirely of the racing bug.

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After college and a five-year retirement—nine years, if you do not count her two races in — she went on to mountain bike racing MTB in MTB, a sport similar to BMX that uses bicycles with inch wheels similar to the "Cruiser class" bicycles in BMX circa , has courses that are much longer and on steep, downhill slopes, with certain events—especially snow racing—resembling downhill skiing. In her first year of racing mountain bikes, Elliott became the National Dual Slalom Champion, the first such championship of many. Elliott retired from competitive racing during the Mountain Bike season, becoming a Realtor in California; she bills herself as "The Broker on a Bike".

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Burnout played a role in her decision to retire, along with the more pressing question of injury. In mountain biking, really the "same" feeling. In I was 31, and I was ready to be home.

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  • I crashed one too many times my last couple years of MTB, and I was just physically and mentally done. So, I was definitely ready when the time was right.

    A few years after she retired from Mountain Bike competition, she considered another comeback in BMX, despite her career-ending back injury. I actually considered coming back to BMX a couple of years ago for the Olympics. I secretly called a gal I personally knew at Haro about that thought, and she supplied me with a bike to do a little "secret" training just to see if I felt I could come back. I even communicated with Mike King about the Olympics at one point. He was very intrigued about that possibility. I secretly trained out at Roseville BMX during the off hours.

    I know the owners of the track out there and they allowed me the privilege to train when nobody else was around. I kept it very hush hush. Although I was able to bring the skills right back and it almost seemed possible, my spinal cord was not appreciating the pounding and pulling. Was a fun thought; however, again not worth the risk.

    I chose not to pursue it. Olympic souvenir key rings and pins : Cycling medals 2 with images of a cyclist 1 silvertone and 1 bronzetone in plastic boxes : Olympic souvenir note pad red with 'Sam the Eagle' and words "Today's Events" on the cover : Olympic manager's hat bege with a pink ribbon : Olympic manager's uniform : Olympic souvenir caps 2 white caps with green and red stripes and the 7-Eleven logo : Olympic souvenir cap yellow with image of 3 bicycle riders and the words "Cal-State Dominguez : Olympic trials t-shirt white with dark blue collar trim, a red star with yellow letters "US Olympic Trials", "" in blue letters, as well as the Olympic logo and words "Descente" : c.

    Games " : Dominguez Hills" in blue letters : Olympic souvenir biking bell round, silvertone with mounting braket : Olympic souvenir cap white with blue bill, 'Sam the Eagle' mascot, and the Adidas logo in white on a red strip : Olympic souvenir seat cushion black with Olympiad logos in a white center; in original packaging : Olympic souvenir cap white with red swirl design on top with the letters "CSUDH" black and the Olympic colors as a band around the cap : Olympic souvenir cycling T-shirt white with stripes and "California State University" in red, and a cyclist with "Olympics " in blue : Olympic souvenir buttons 5 buttons with "welcome" in various languages and words "LA 84" : Christian Dior Cycling event poster white with black image of cyclist and text : September Olympic souvenir caps 2 white caps with the 7-Eleven logo in green and the Olympic logos : Olympic souvenir flag 1 white desktop flag with stand with image of 'Sam the Eagle' mascot and a yellow fringe : Olympic souvenir water bottle white with red and blue stripes : Olympic souvenir bike horn one large black plastic horn on a silvertone mounting braket : Olympic souvenir calendar red : Olympic souvenir frisbee blue with mascot 'Sam the Eagle'; in original packaging : Olympic souvenir mug white with 'Sam the Eagle' mascot on a bike : Olympic souvenir welcome flags 2 small flags with "Welcome to LA 84" : Olympic souvenir flag 1 white desktop flag with stand with Olympiad logos and yellow fringe : Olympic souvenir mug white with Olympic logos : Olympic souvenir pin 1 goldtone pin of 'Sam the Eagle' on a bike in a plastic box : Olympic trials patch 1 white, rectangular Olympic trials patch with blue border : Olympic souvenir pin collection 5 'Sam the Eagle' collectors pins in official Olympiad plastic box : Olympic souvenir key chain 1 key chain with 'Sam the Eagle' on a bike : Olympic souvenir cap 1 yellow cap with Olympic logos : Concrete block from the Olympic velodrome's surface track : No online items.

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    Extent: 17 boxes, 3 oversize map case folders, [9. Abstract: Records of the California State University, Dominguez Hills 7-Eleven Olympic Velodrome include documents, correspondence, news releases, newspaper clippings, press packets, photographs, and publications such as pamphlets, brochures, booklets, magazines, and newsletters from the Southland Corporation, the Los Angeles Olympic Organizing Committee, and the California State University, Dominguez Hills.

    These items document the planning, construction and use of the velodrome from its inception in to its demolition in This process is also documented in national as well as local magazines, newsletters and newspapers, which are part of this collection. In addition there are numerous artifacts from the Olympics in Los Angeles such as souvenir clothing items, mugs, key chains, collector pins, , pencils, flags, buttons, bumper stickers, bicycle bells, postal stamps, ticket stubs, key chains, wallets, postcards, posters, photos, booklets, and program guides.

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    California State University, Dominguez Hills. It served as the site for the Los Angeles Olympic cycling events, and was eventually demolished in The Southland Corporation was founded in Dallas, Texas in as the Southland Ice Company, when their retail ice outlets sold milk, bread and eggs. After restructuring in , the company renamed their retail stores 7-Eleven, and changed its corporate name to 7-Eleven Inc. As of the company has over 46, international retail outlets with over 1, stores in the USA.