Linda Jackson (cyclist)
Six times was Linda Jackson Canadian champion, 1995, 1997 and 1998 in the road race, 1996, 1997 and 1998 in the time trial. At the Commonwealth Games in 1994 in Victoria, she won the silver medal in the road race. They finished third at the World Championships in the road race in 1996 and finished at the Olympic Games in Atlanta in ninth place; In the same year she won the Tour of Toona.
1997 Jackson won two national titles, finished second overall in the Giro d' Italia Femminile, third in the Grande Boucle Féminine and won the Tour de l' Aude Cycliste Feminin. In 1998, she again won two national titles and the Women 's Challenge, was again second in the Giro and won another silver medal at the Commonwealth Games, this time in the time trial.
In 2000, Linda Jackson resigned from active cycling, though she had qualified for the Olympic Games in Athens. The reason she stated that she wanted to have a child. Since 2005 she has been Tournament Director and manager of the women's cycling team TIBCO - To The Top, which she herself founded.