Updated: Nov 28, 2021
International medal winning cyclist Pranita Soman will lead the Maharashtra team for the 26th National Road Cycling Championships to be held in Kurukshetra, Haryana from 25th to 28th November 2021. Maharashtra Cycling Team was declared by Selection Committee Chairman Pratap Jadhav, Secretary of the CAM Prof. Sanjay Sathe and Treasurer Bhikan Ambe. In the 25th National Road Cycling Championship held at Panvel in March 2021, the Maharashtra Team had won the General Championship.
Maharashtra team for this tournament is as follows:
Women Elite: Pranita Soman (Ahmednagar - Team Captain), Ranjita Ghorpade, Manvi Patil (both Kolhapur), Priyanka Karande (Sagali), Shravya Yadav (Aurangabad), Women Junior: Pooja Danole (Kolhapur), Aditi Dongre (Pune Kreeda Prabodhini), Sanjna Kokate (Mumbai), Manali Ratnoji, Shweta Gunjal (both Pune), Sub-Junior Girls: Purva Gore, Aparna Gore (both Ahmednagar), Snehal Mali (Navi Mumbai), Siddhi Shirke (Pimpri Chinchwad), Youth Girls: Meher Patel, Shravani Parit (both Pimpri Chinchwad), Akanksha Mhetre (Jalgaon), Jui Narkar ( Mumbai),
Men Elite: Sudarshan Devardekar, Makrand Mane (both Pune), Surya Thathu (Pimpri Chinchwad), Adarsh Saxena (Navi Mumbai), Omkar Angre (Pune Kreeda Prabodhini), Men Under 23: Prateek Patil (Kolhapur), Mihir Jadhav (Thane) , Tejas Dhande (Nagpur), Sankalp Thorat (Ahmednagar), Men Junior: Ayush Khurana, Sinclair D'Souza (both Mumbai), Sarossh Mundronia (Pune), Siddhesh Patil (Pune Kreeda Prabodhini), Siddhant Pidiar (Ahmednagar), Sub Junior Boys: Om Karande (Ahmednagar), Virendrasinh Patil (Pune Kreeda Prabodhini), Sai Ambe (Aurangabad), Malhar Navale (Nashik) Youth Boys: Ruturaj Firinge, Siddhesh Ghorpade (both Kolhapur), Pranav Dhamne (Ahmednagar), Swaraj Gawde (Thane).
Chief Coach: Rajendra Soni, Coach: Biru Bhojane, Asst. Coach & Manager: Pandurang Bhojane, Mechanic & Manager: Keshav Shinde
Cycling Association of Maharashtra (CAM) is a pioneer in the promotion of cycling sports in Maharashtra affiliated to the Maharashtra Olympic Association (MOA) , Cycling Federation of India.