OTTAWA -- Former world champion Catharine Pendrel headlines the 16-athlete roster of Canadian cyclists who will compete at the upcoming Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. Capitals Jerseys Outlet . Pendrel, from Kamloops, B.C., will be joined by Emily Batty of Brooklin, Ont., Max Plaxton of Victoria and Raphael Gagne of Quebec City in the mountain bike discipline. The Canadian track cyclists include Jasmin Glaesser of Coquitlam, B.C., Laura Brown and Steph Roorda of Vancouver, Joseph Veloce of Fonthill, Ont., Hugo Barrette of Sherbrooke, Que., Vincent De Haitre of Cumberland, Ont., Zach Bell of Watson Lake, Yukon, Remi Pelletier-Roy of Quebec City, Victorias Nic Hamilton, Torontos Ed Veal and Vancouvers Aidan Caves. Several track athletes will also compete in road events. Leah Kirchmann of Winnipeg is also on the road team. "Cycling has been a Commonwealth Games sport since the inaugural edition of the events precursor, the 1930 British Empire Games," Canadian chef de mission Chantal Petitclerc said Tuesday in a release. "This sport has a huge tradition both at the Commonwealth Games and within the Canadian sport community. "With the cycling team being one of our larger sports at the Glasgow Games, I am sure we will be treated to many exciting moments on the track, road and trails." The Games will be held July 23-Aug. 3. Philipp Grubauer Jersey . The group of Slava Fetisov, Igor Larionov, Vladimir Konstantinov, Sergei Fedorov, & Slava Kozlov were a dominant force for The Wings at one point in the 90s. Jakub Vrana Jersey . The Boston Celtics hadnt played since the All-Star break. So the Suns 100-94 victory over Boston Wednesday night was an uphill affair, with Phoenix relying on balance rather than its trademark high energy. http://www.cheapcapitalschinajerseys.com/madison-bowey-jersey/ . 1 Caroline Wozniacki and three-time champion Serena Williams cruised into the semifinals, while last years runner-up Vera Zvonareva succumbed to Aussie Samantha Stosur in Thursdays womens quarterfinal action at the U. VANCOUVER -- Kara Langs triumphant return to the pitch is still a work in progress. Nine months after the former Canadian soccer star launched a remarkable comeback effort from a seemingly career-ending knee injury, the 27-year-old has been named to Canadas roster for Sundays friendly against Mexico in Vancouver. But head coach John Herdman said on a conference call Wednesday that Lang still has work to do on her rehabilitation and isnt ready to play yet. "Karas part of a long-term process," Herdman said. "Weve been working fantastically with B2ten (a fundraising organization for Canadian athletes) on a rebuilding process with Kara -- literally rebuilding her functional movements from scratch. "Part of the process is getting her immersed with this team. ... A big part of her being on this roster is that shes going to get an experience in BC Place, which will be the stadium that hosts the final of the Womens World Cup." Herdman said the team is targeting a return to action for Lang in the first quarter of 2014. He said Lang isnt participating in any scrimmages in training at this point. "Look, the reality is we could put her in, but the big challenge for Kara is shes been brought back too quickly too soon in the past which has led to this consistent breakdown," Herdman said. "If you think about rebuilding a car, weve literally, through B2ten, rebuilt certain parts of Kara to help her become more efficient as an athlete so she doesnt keep breaking down with the same issues." The fact that Lang is on the roster at is huge for a player whos career was essentially over. The Mexico match comes nearly three years after two torn ACLs forced Lang to walk away from the game, tearfully announcing her retirement at a news conference in her hometown of Oakville. Veteran striker Josee Belanger is also returning to the national team after more than two years away with an ankle injury, but Herdman said she suffered a setback in training is not yet fit for game duty. "Josee came in, had a fantastic start to our training, beat three players, scored a goal and went off injured," Herdman said. "That was her first return back to Canada Soccers training environment. "Josee is going to be out for a period of time now. Its more precautionary, just tto help rebuild a player that hasnt been playing at this level for at least two years. Alex Chiasson Jersey. " Both Belanger, a Sherbrooke, Que., native, and Lang were key players Canadas 2010 CONCACAF victory before being sidelined by injuries. Lang is Canadas second all-time active goal scorer, with 34 goals. She played in two womens World Cups, in 2003 and 2007, as well as the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Eighteen of the players 23 players named to the roster were part of Canadas 3-0 victory over South Korea in Edmonton last month, including Sura Yekka, a 16-year-old defender from Mississauga, Ont., who earned her first senior team call-up for that game. Rachel Melhado, a 20-year-old defender who plays for University of Louisville, will take part in her second senior camp. Her previous games for Canada include a 1-0 loss to Germany last June. Shes also played for Canadas under-18 and U20 squads. The game marks Canadas first in Vancouver and the first versus Mexico since a 3-1 Canadian win at the CONCACAF qualifying tournament in January of 2012 that secured Canadas spot in the London Olympics. "Theres a healthy rivalry with Mexico and I know they will be ready for this game," Herdman said. "Well be diligent with our work as well as keep focused on our goals leading into 2015. Note: The Canadian Soccer Association said that 17,000 tickets have been sold so far for Sundays game. --- Roster: Goalkeepers: Stephanie Labbe (KIF Orebro DFF, Sweden); Karina LeBlanc (Portland Thorns FC, U.S.); Erin McLeod (Chicago Red Stars, U.S.). Defenders: Robyn Gayle (Washington Spirit, U.S.); Rachel Melhado, (University of Louisville, U.S.) ; Carmelina Moscato (Seattle Reign FC, U.S.); Marie-Eve Nault (Orebro); Lauren Sesselmann (Kansas City, U.S); Kylla Sjoman (Glasgow Celtic FC, Scotland); Rhian Wilkinson (Boston Breakers, U.S.); Sura Yekka (Brams United, Canada); Emily Zurrer (Seattle). Midfielders: Selenia Iacchelli (Edmonton Victoria SC); Kaylyn Kyle (Boston); Diana Matheson(Washington) Sophie Schmidt (Sky Blue FC, U.S.); Desiree Scott (Kansas City) Brittany Baxter (unattached). Midfielder/Forward: Kara Lang (unattached). Forwards: Josee Belanger (Amiral de Quebec); Melissa Busque (Seattle University, U.S.); Adriana Leon (Chicago Red Stars, U.S.); Christine Sinclair (Portland). 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