Here's some great news to kick off the week as it looks like Anne Caroline Chausson is recovering well from her second bout of cancer. Three months after her surgery, and after finishing a course of tomotherapy (radiotherapy), she's back out riding bikes again.
Anne-Caroline Chausson, the most decorated mountain bike racer in history with 16 World Championship gold medals and an Olympic BMX gold medal, is on the road to recovery after a second cancer surgery.
The athlete from Dijon, France had to retire from racing the Enduro World Series part-way through the 2015 season after she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. After surgery, it seemed like she had made a full recovery and was back on the bike and as fast as ever (I followed her in Annecy in 2017 and she was on fire!). Unfortunately, Anne has announced on her social channels that she had to have another surgery late in 2018 after another tumor was found in her thorax.
She is currently undergoing chemo and radiation therapy which will end at the end of this winter.
We here at Pinkbike wish her all the best and hope to see her Brooaapingg again soon.Anne on FacebookAnne on Instagram