Kellen Viznaugh stands on top of the podium after winning the under-15 race at the 2011 Iron Lung Grand Canadian mountain biking championships in Canmore

Kellen Viznaugh, 14, wins Grand National mountain biking championship

Kellen Viznaugh is Revelstoke's youngest cycling champion after winning the under-15 race at the 2011 Iron Lung Grand Canadian mountain biking championships in Canmore, Alta. on July 17.

Kellen Viznaugh is Revelstoke’s youngest cycling champion after winning the under-15 race at the 2011 Iron Lung Grand Canadian mountain biking championships in Canmore, Alta. on July 17.

Viznaugh, 14, competed in the Novice Men Youth Men race and finished the course in 44 minutes and 49 seconds. He beat second place Oliver Evans by more than a minute.

It’s been a good year so far for Viznaugh. The weekend before he won the under-17 category in the Stoked to Get Spanked race in Revelstoke, won the under-15 division at the B.C. Cup race in Panorama, B.C. and he finished sixth at the B.C. high school championships Bantam division in May.

This is only his second year racing, said his father Wade

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