On March 4, 2016, Sarah Hammer, Catlin Kelly, Chloe Dygert, and Jennifer Valente earned the United States first medal of the UCI World Championships with gold in the women’s team pursuit. The 2016 US team set two national records in each of the earlier rounds also. Thais Mollet, PT, DPT traveled to the London UCI Track World Championships. She has helped treat team members leading up to the championships. This is the first time in American history, male or female, that USA team pursuit secured the World Champion status.
Throughout her career, Thais has enjoyed a range of professional experiences from working with professional athletes at the Xgames in Aspen, Colorado, to working with the US Paralympic Cycling Team as the team physical therapist during the World Cup and the World Championships. She treated the athletes and prepared them for their international competition. She also completed a two week affiliation in the Sports Medicine Department at the Olympic Training Center in Lake Placid, NY. During her time there, she treated Olympic athletes from US bobsled, skeleton, luge, aerial skiing and ice hockey teams. She is looking forward to continued work with both Olympic and Paralympic athletes in the future. Learn more about Thais Mollet, PT, DPT here.
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