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Gord began his amateur cycling career in 1975. In 1978 he participated in the Commonwealth games in Edmonton, Alberta and returned home with a gold and bronze medal. In the years to come, Gord rose to international stardom, becoming the first cyclist ever to break and hold simultaneously world records in the 200 metres, 500 metres and 1000 metres. He also became the first Canadian cyclist to win a world championship.

He is now retired from competitive cycling and while pursuing a successful business career in Niagara Falls, Gord is devoting his time to assisting young riders who are looking to make a start in the sport.
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