Maddie Jo Robbins up for Sportswoman of Colorado

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Maddie Jo Robbins up for Sportswoman of Colorado

Robbins one of 40 women selected for annual ceremony
Durango’s Maddie Jo Robbins raced at the mountain bike world championships despite a wrist injury she had nursed since July. She didn’t let the injury or the 416 Fire derail her standout season. All of her accomplishments led to her being recognized by the Sportswomen of Colorado board of directors.
Sportswomen of the Year

Francessca Belibi, Basketball, High School
Savannah Smith, Basketball, College
Riley Ljungdahl, Basketball, High School and Paralympics
Naomi Melissa Graham, Boxing
Jenna Fitzsimmons, Cross Country, High School
Dani Jones, Cross Country, College
Katie Compton, Cyclocross
Haley Smith, Equestrian Vaulting
Alexa Knierim, Figure Skating, Olympics
Hailey Schalk, Golf, High School
Robyn Choi, Golf, College
Amber Boll, Gymnastics, High School
Anna Hall, Heptathlon
Grace Jingyu Lee, Ice Hockey, High School and Olympic
Sydney Kennett, Indoor Skydiving
Lauren Russell, Lacrosse, High School, US Lacrosse
Julia Lisella, Lacrosse, College
Maddie Jo Robbins, Mountain Biking
Stacie Wilhelm, Roller Derby
Emmie Sellers, Shooting Sports
Amelia Smart, Skiing (Alpine), College
Megan Rielly, Skiing, Freeride
Kiana Baursa, Skimeister, High School
Stacey Gaskill, Snowboard
Arielle Gold, Snowboard, Halfpipe, Olympics, Professional
Hailey Stodden, Soccer, High School
Mariel Gutierrez, Soccer, College
Lauren Krings, Softball, High School
Brooke Hodgson, Softball, College
Zoe Bartel, Swimming, High School
Ky Ecton, Tennis, High School
Alexandra Weil, Tennis, College
Beatriz Hatz, Track, High School/Paralympics
Arria Minor, Track, Sprints, High School
Christel Donley, Track and Field, Masters
Megan Kimmel, Trail Running
Julie Lyons, Ultra Distance Cycling
Courtney Dauwalter, Ultra Distance Running
McKenna Sciacca, Volleyball, High School
Jordyn Poulter, Volleyball, College
Special AwardsUniversity of Colorado Lacrosse, Achievement
Claudia Dillion, All-Round
Caryl Smith Gilbert, Coach of the Year
Kasey Neubert, Comeback
Linda Hughes, Empowerment
Lucy Lu, Most Promising
Lindsey Vonn, Perseverance
Becky Hammon, Dorothy Mauk Pioneer Award
Katherine Fankhouser, Sportsmanship
Kit Carson Basketball and Volleyball, Team, High School
University of Colorado Cross Country, Team, College
Ana Karina Manta, Trailblazer

Maddie Jo Robbins up for Sportswoman of Colorado

Durango’s Maddie Jo Robbins raced at the mountain bike world championships despite a wrist injury she had nursed since July. She didn’t let the injury or the 416 Fire derail her standout season. All of her accomplishments led to her being recognized by the Sportswomen of Colorado board of directors.

Maddie Jo Robbins up for Sportswoman of Colorado

Maddie Jo Robbins was selected by USA Cycling for three 2018 Canada Cup races, and she earned two third-place finishes and one fifth to get on the podium of every event.

Maddie Jo Robbins up for Sportswoman of Colorado

Maddie Jo Robbins was as high as sixth place at the world championships before contact from another rider took her out.
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