Tandem Pursuit Modra, Beijing Summer Paralympics

Kieran Modra (vision impaired rider, back) and Tyson Lawrence (sighted pilot, front) during their gold medal ride in the men’s tandem pursuit at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Track and Road Cycling World Championships 2009

 

Road World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September.

Australian team won 5 medals – 1 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

Women

  • Claire McLean – LC1
  • Susan Powell – LC2

Officials

  • James Victor – Head Coach
  • Peter Brooks – Scholarship Coach
  • Alan Downes – Masseur
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist
  • Robbie Read – Mexchanic
Track World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Australian team won 2 medals – 1 gold and 1 silver medal.

Medallists:

Australian Team

  • Michael Gallagher – LC1
  • Jayme Paris

Officials

  • Peter Day – Head Coach
  • Tom Skulander – Manager
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist

Click here to locate detailed results.

Australian teams and results at the 2009 UCI Para Road Cycling World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September and Para Track Cycling World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Rowing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 1 bronze medal.

Medallist:

  • Ben Houlison – Bronze ASM1x

Team Members

  • Ben Houlison – ASM1x
  • Hentry MacPhillamy – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Peter Siri – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Carol Cooke – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Alexandra Green – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Lisa Brown – LTAMix4+ – 6th

Coach

  • Peter Albisser – ASM1x,¬†LTAMix4+

 

Australian team and results at the 2009 World Championships, Poznan, Poland, 23 – 20 August.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tandem Pursuit Modra, Beijing Summer Paralympics

Kieran Modra (vision impaired rider, back) and Tyson Lawrence (sighted pilot, front) during their gold medal ride in the men’s tandem pursuit at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Track and Road Cycling World Championships 2009

 

Road World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September.

Australian team won 5 medals – 1 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

Women

  • Claire McLean – LC1
  • Susan Powell – LC2

Officials

  • James Victor – Head Coach
  • Peter Brooks – Scholarship Coach
  • Alan Downes – Masseur
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist
  • Robbie Read – Mexchanic
Track World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Australian team won 2 medals – 1 gold and 1 silver medal.

Medallists:

Australian Team

  • Michael Gallagher – LC1
  • Jayme Paris

Officials

  • Peter Day – Head Coach
  • Tom Skulander – Manager
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist

Click here to locate detailed results.

Australian teams and results at the 2009 UCI Para Road Cycling World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September and Para Track Cycling World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Rowing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 1 bronze medal.

Medallist:

  • Ben Houlison – Bronze ASM1x

Team Members

  • Ben Houlison – ASM1x
  • Hentry MacPhillamy – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Peter Siri – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Carol Cooke – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Alexandra Green – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Lisa Brown – LTAMix4+ – 6th

Coach

  • Peter Albisser – ASM1x,¬†LTAMix4+

 

Australian team and results at the 2009 World Championships, Poznan, Poland, 23 – 20 August.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tandem Pursuit Modra, Beijing Summer Paralympics

Kieran Modra (vision impaired rider, back) and Tyson Lawrence (sighted pilot, front) during their gold medal ride in the men’s tandem pursuit at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Track and Road Cycling World Championships 2009

 

Road World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September.

Australian team won 5 medals – 1 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

Women

  • Claire McLean – LC1
  • Susan Powell – LC2

Officials

  • James Victor – Head Coach
  • Peter Brooks – Scholarship Coach
  • Alan Downes – Masseur
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist
  • Robbie Read – Mexchanic
Track World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Australian team won 2 medals – 1 gold and 1 silver medal.

Medallists:

Australian Team

  • Michael Gallagher – LC1
  • Jayme Paris

Officials

  • Peter Day – Head Coach
  • Tom Skulander – Manager
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist

Click here to locate detailed results.

Australian teams and results at the 2009 UCI Para Road Cycling World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September and Para Track Cycling World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Rowing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 1 bronze medal.

Medallist:

  • Ben Houlison – Bronze ASM1x

Team Members

  • Ben Houlison – ASM1x
  • Hentry MacPhillamy – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Peter Siri – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Carol Cooke – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Alexandra Green – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Lisa Brown – LTAMix4+ – 6th

Coach

  • Peter Albisser – ASM1x,¬†LTAMix4+

 

Australian team and results at the 2009 World Championships, Poznan, Poland, 23 – 20 August.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tandem Pursuit Modra, Beijing Summer Paralympics

Kieran Modra (vision impaired rider, back) and Tyson Lawrence (sighted pilot, front) during their gold medal ride in the men’s tandem pursuit at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Track and Road Cycling World Championships 2009

 

Road World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September.

Australian team won 5 medals – 1 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

Women

  • Claire McLean – LC1
  • Susan Powell – LC2

Officials

  • James Victor – Head Coach
  • Peter Brooks – Scholarship Coach
  • Alan Downes – Masseur
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist
  • Robbie Read – Mexchanic
Track World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Australian team won 2 medals – 1 gold and 1 silver medal.

Medallists:

Australian Team

  • Michael Gallagher – LC1
  • Jayme Paris

Officials

  • Peter Day – Head Coach
  • Tom Skulander – Manager
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist

Click here to locate detailed results.

Australian teams and results at the 2009 UCI Para Road Cycling World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September and Para Track Cycling World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Rowing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 1 bronze medal.

Medallist:

  • Ben Houlison – Bronze ASM1x

Team Members

  • Ben Houlison – ASM1x
  • Hentry MacPhillamy – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Peter Siri – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Carol Cooke – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Alexandra Green – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Lisa Brown – LTAMix4+ – 6th

Coach

  • Peter Albisser – ASM1x,¬†LTAMix4+

 

Australian team and results at the 2009 World Championships, Poznan, Poland, 23 – 20 August.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tandem Pursuit Modra, Beijing Summer Paralympics

Kieran Modra (vision impaired rider, back) and Tyson Lawrence (sighted pilot, front) during their gold medal ride in the men’s tandem pursuit at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Track and Road Cycling World Championships 2009

 

Road World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September.

Australian team won 5 medals – 1 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

Women

  • Claire McLean – LC1
  • Susan Powell – LC2

Officials

  • James Victor – Head Coach
  • Peter Brooks – Scholarship Coach
  • Alan Downes – Masseur
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist
  • Robbie Read – Mexchanic
Track World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Australian team won 2 medals – 1 gold and 1 silver medal.

Medallists:

Australian Team

  • Michael Gallagher – LC1
  • Jayme Paris

Officials

  • Peter Day – Head Coach
  • Tom Skulander – Manager
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist

Click here to locate detailed results.

Australian teams and results at the 2009 UCI Para Road Cycling World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September and Para Track Cycling World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Rowing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 1 bronze medal.

Medallist:

  • Ben Houlison – Bronze ASM1x

Team Members

  • Ben Houlison – ASM1x
  • Hentry MacPhillamy – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Peter Siri – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Carol Cooke – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Alexandra Green – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Lisa Brown – LTAMix4+ – 6th

Coach

  • Peter Albisser – ASM1x,¬†LTAMix4+

 

Australian team and results at the 2009 World Championships, Poznan, Poland, 23 – 20 August.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tandem Pursuit Modra, Beijing Summer Paralympics

Kieran Modra (vision impaired rider, back) and Tyson Lawrence (sighted pilot, front) during their gold medal ride in the men’s tandem pursuit at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Track and Road Cycling World Championships 2009

 

Road World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September.

Australian team won 5 medals – 1 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

Women

  • Claire McLean – LC1
  • Susan Powell – LC2

Officials

  • James Victor – Head Coach
  • Peter Brooks – Scholarship Coach
  • Alan Downes – Masseur
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist
  • Robbie Read – Mexchanic
Track World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Australian team won 2 medals – 1 gold and 1 silver medal.

Medallists:

Australian Team

  • Michael Gallagher – LC1
  • Jayme Paris

Officials

  • Peter Day – Head Coach
  • Tom Skulander – Manager
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist

Click here to locate detailed results.

Australian teams and results at the 2009 UCI Para Road Cycling World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September and Para Track Cycling World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Rowing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 1 bronze medal.

Medallist:

  • Ben Houlison – Bronze ASM1x

Team Members

  • Ben Houlison – ASM1x
  • Hentry MacPhillamy – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Peter Siri – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Carol Cooke – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Alexandra Green – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Lisa Brown – LTAMix4+ – 6th

Coach

  • Peter Albisser – ASM1x,¬†LTAMix4+

 

Australian team and results at the 2009 World Championships, Poznan, Poland, 23 – 20 August.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tandem Pursuit Modra, Beijing Summer Paralympics

Kieran Modra (vision impaired rider, back) and Tyson Lawrence (sighted pilot, front) during their gold medal ride in the men’s tandem pursuit at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Track and Road Cycling World Championships 2009

 

Road World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September.

Australian team won 5 medals – 1 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

Women

  • Claire McLean – LC1
  • Susan Powell – LC2

Officials

  • James Victor – Head Coach
  • Peter Brooks – Scholarship Coach
  • Alan Downes – Masseur
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist
  • Robbie Read – Mexchanic
Track World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Australian team won 2 medals – 1 gold and 1 silver medal.

Medallists:

Australian Team

  • Michael Gallagher – LC1
  • Jayme Paris

Officials

  • Peter Day – Head Coach
  • Tom Skulander – Manager
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist

Click here to locate detailed results.

Australian teams and results at the 2009 UCI Para Road Cycling World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September and Para Track Cycling World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Rowing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 1 bronze medal.

Medallist:

  • Ben Houlison – Bronze ASM1x

Team Members

  • Ben Houlison – ASM1x
  • Hentry MacPhillamy – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Peter Siri – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Carol Cooke – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Alexandra Green – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Lisa Brown – LTAMix4+ – 6th

Coach

  • Peter Albisser – ASM1x,¬†LTAMix4+

 

Australian team and results at the 2009 World Championships, Poznan, Poland, 23 – 20 August.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tandem Pursuit Modra, Beijing Summer Paralympics

Kieran Modra (vision impaired rider, back) and Tyson Lawrence (sighted pilot, front) during their gold medal ride in the men’s tandem pursuit at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Track and Road Cycling World Championships 2009

 

Road World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September.

Australian team won 5 medals – 1 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

Women

  • Claire McLean – LC1
  • Susan Powell – LC2

Officials

  • James Victor – Head Coach
  • Peter Brooks – Scholarship Coach
  • Alan Downes – Masseur
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist
  • Robbie Read – Mexchanic
Track World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Australian team won 2 medals – 1 gold and 1 silver medal.

Medallists:

Australian Team

  • Michael Gallagher – LC1
  • Jayme Paris

Officials

  • Peter Day – Head Coach
  • Tom Skulander – Manager
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist

Click here to locate detailed results.

Australian teams and results at the 2009 UCI Para Road Cycling World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September and Para Track Cycling World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Rowing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 1 bronze medal.

Medallist:

  • Ben Houlison – Bronze ASM1x

Team Members

  • Ben Houlison – ASM1x
  • Hentry MacPhillamy – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Peter Siri – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Carol Cooke – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Alexandra Green – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Lisa Brown – LTAMix4+ – 6th

Coach

  • Peter Albisser – ASM1x,¬†LTAMix4+

 

Australian team and results at the 2009 World Championships, Poznan, Poland, 23 – 20 August.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tandem Pursuit Modra, Beijing Summer Paralympics

Kieran Modra (vision impaired rider, back) and Tyson Lawrence (sighted pilot, front) during their gold medal ride in the men’s tandem pursuit at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Track and Road Cycling World Championships 2009

 

Road World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September.

Australian team won 5 medals – 1 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

Women

  • Claire McLean – LC1
  • Susan Powell – LC2

Officials

  • James Victor – Head Coach
  • Peter Brooks – Scholarship Coach
  • Alan Downes – Masseur
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist
  • Robbie Read – Mexchanic
Track World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Australian team won 2 medals – 1 gold and 1 silver medal.

Medallists:

Australian Team

  • Michael Gallagher – LC1
  • Jayme Paris

Officials

  • Peter Day – Head Coach
  • Tom Skulander – Manager
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist

Click here to locate detailed results.

Australian teams and results at the 2009 UCI Para Road Cycling World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September and Para Track Cycling World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Rowing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 1 bronze medal.

Medallist:

  • Ben Houlison – Bronze ASM1x

Team Members

  • Ben Houlison – ASM1x
  • Hentry MacPhillamy – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Peter Siri – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Carol Cooke – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Alexandra Green – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Lisa Brown – LTAMix4+ – 6th

Coach

  • Peter Albisser – ASM1x,¬†LTAMix4+

 

Australian team and results at the 2009 World Championships, Poznan, Poland, 23 – 20 August.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tandem Pursuit Modra, Beijing Summer Paralympics

Kieran Modra (vision impaired rider, back) and Tyson Lawrence (sighted pilot, front) during their gold medal ride in the men’s tandem pursuit at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Track and Road Cycling World Championships 2009

 

Road World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September.

Australian team won 5 medals – 1 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

Women

  • Claire McLean – LC1
  • Susan Powell – LC2

Officials

  • James Victor – Head Coach
  • Peter Brooks – Scholarship Coach
  • Alan Downes – Masseur
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist
  • Robbie Read – Mexchanic
Track World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Australian team won 2 medals – 1 gold and 1 silver medal.

Medallists:

Australian Team

  • Michael Gallagher – LC1
  • Jayme Paris

Officials

  • Peter Day – Head Coach
  • Tom Skulander – Manager
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist

Click here to locate detailed results.

Australian teams and results at the 2009 UCI Para Road Cycling World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September and Para Track Cycling World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Rowing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 1 bronze medal.

Medallist:

  • Ben Houlison – Bronze ASM1x

Team Members

  • Ben Houlison – ASM1x
  • Hentry MacPhillamy – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Peter Siri – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Carol Cooke – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Alexandra Green – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Lisa Brown – LTAMix4+ – 6th

Coach

  • Peter Albisser – ASM1x,¬†LTAMix4+

 

Australian team and results at the 2009 World Championships, Poznan, Poland, 23 – 20 August.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tandem Pursuit Modra, Beijing Summer Paralympics

Kieran Modra (vision impaired rider, back) and Tyson Lawrence (sighted pilot, front) during their gold medal ride in the men’s tandem pursuit at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Track and Road Cycling World Championships 2009

 

Road World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September.

Australian team won 5 medals – 1 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

Women

  • Claire McLean – LC1
  • Susan Powell – LC2

Officials

  • James Victor – Head Coach
  • Peter Brooks – Scholarship Coach
  • Alan Downes – Masseur
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist
  • Robbie Read – Mexchanic
Track World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Australian team won 2 medals – 1 gold and 1 silver medal.

Medallists:

Australian Team

  • Michael Gallagher – LC1
  • Jayme Paris

Officials

  • Peter Day – Head Coach
  • Tom Skulander – Manager
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist

Click here to locate detailed results.

Australian teams and results at the 2009 UCI Para Road Cycling World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September and Para Track Cycling World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Rowing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 1 bronze medal.

Medallist:

  • Ben Houlison – Bronze ASM1x

Team Members

  • Ben Houlison – ASM1x
  • Hentry MacPhillamy – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Peter Siri – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Carol Cooke – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Alexandra Green – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Lisa Brown – LTAMix4+ – 6th

Coach

  • Peter Albisser – ASM1x,¬†LTAMix4+

 

Australian team and results at the 2009 World Championships, Poznan, Poland, 23 – 20 August.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tandem Pursuit Modra, Beijing Summer Paralympics

Kieran Modra (vision impaired rider, back) and Tyson Lawrence (sighted pilot, front) during their gold medal ride in the men’s tandem pursuit at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Track and Road Cycling World Championships 2009

 

Road World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September.

Australian team won 5 medals – 1 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

Women

  • Claire McLean – LC1
  • Susan Powell – LC2

Officials

  • James Victor – Head Coach
  • Peter Brooks – Scholarship Coach
  • Alan Downes – Masseur
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist
  • Robbie Read – Mexchanic
Track World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Australian team won 2 medals – 1 gold and 1 silver medal.

Medallists:

Australian Team

  • Michael Gallagher – LC1
  • Jayme Paris

Officials

  • Peter Day – Head Coach
  • Tom Skulander – Manager
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist

Click here to locate detailed results.

Australian teams and results at the 2009 UCI Para Road Cycling World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September and Para Track Cycling World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Rowing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 1 bronze medal.

Medallist:

  • Ben Houlison – Bronze ASM1x

Team Members

  • Ben Houlison – ASM1x
  • Hentry MacPhillamy – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Peter Siri – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Carol Cooke – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Alexandra Green – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Lisa Brown – LTAMix4+ – 6th

Coach

  • Peter Albisser – ASM1x,¬†LTAMix4+

 

Australian team and results at the 2009 World Championships, Poznan, Poland, 23 – 20 August.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tandem Pursuit Modra, Beijing Summer Paralympics

Kieran Modra (vision impaired rider, back) and Tyson Lawrence (sighted pilot, front) during their gold medal ride in the men’s tandem pursuit at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Track and Road Cycling World Championships 2009

 

Road World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September.

Australian team won 5 medals – 1 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

Women

  • Claire McLean – LC1
  • Susan Powell – LC2

Officials

  • James Victor – Head Coach
  • Peter Brooks – Scholarship Coach
  • Alan Downes – Masseur
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist
  • Robbie Read – Mexchanic
Track World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Australian team won 2 medals – 1 gold and 1 silver medal.

Medallists:

Australian Team

  • Michael Gallagher – LC1
  • Jayme Paris

Officials

  • Peter Day – Head Coach
  • Tom Skulander – Manager
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist

Click here to locate detailed results.

Australian teams and results at the 2009 UCI Para Road Cycling World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September and Para Track Cycling World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Rowing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 1 bronze medal.

Medallist:

  • Ben Houlison – Bronze ASM1x

Team Members

  • Ben Houlison – ASM1x
  • Hentry MacPhillamy – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Peter Siri – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Carol Cooke – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Alexandra Green – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Lisa Brown – LTAMix4+ – 6th

Coach

  • Peter Albisser – ASM1x,¬†LTAMix4+

 

Australian team and results at the 2009 World Championships, Poznan, Poland, 23 – 20 August.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tandem Pursuit Modra, Beijing Summer Paralympics

Kieran Modra (vision impaired rider, back) and Tyson Lawrence (sighted pilot, front) during their gold medal ride in the men’s tandem pursuit at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Track and Road Cycling World Championships 2009

 

Road World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September.

Australian team won 5 medals – 1 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

Women

  • Claire McLean – LC1
  • Susan Powell – LC2

Officials

  • James Victor – Head Coach
  • Peter Brooks – Scholarship Coach
  • Alan Downes – Masseur
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist
  • Robbie Read – Mexchanic
Track World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Australian team won 2 medals – 1 gold and 1 silver medal.

Medallists:

Australian Team

  • Michael Gallagher – LC1
  • Jayme Paris

Officials

  • Peter Day – Head Coach
  • Tom Skulander – Manager
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist

Click here to locate detailed results.

Australian teams and results at the 2009 UCI Para Road Cycling World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September and Para Track Cycling World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Rowing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 1 bronze medal.

Medallist:

  • Ben Houlison – Bronze ASM1x

Team Members

  • Ben Houlison – ASM1x
  • Hentry MacPhillamy – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Peter Siri – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Carol Cooke – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Alexandra Green – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Lisa Brown – LTAMix4+ – 6th

Coach

  • Peter Albisser – ASM1x,¬†LTAMix4+

 

Australian team and results at the 2009 World Championships, Poznan, Poland, 23 – 20 August.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tandem Pursuit Modra, Beijing Summer Paralympics

Kieran Modra (vision impaired rider, back) and Tyson Lawrence (sighted pilot, front) during their gold medal ride in the men’s tandem pursuit at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Track and Road Cycling World Championships 2009

 

Road World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September.

Australian team won 5 medals – 1 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

Women

  • Claire McLean – LC1
  • Susan Powell – LC2

Officials

  • James Victor – Head Coach
  • Peter Brooks – Scholarship Coach
  • Alan Downes – Masseur
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist
  • Robbie Read – Mexchanic
Track World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Australian team won 2 medals – 1 gold and 1 silver medal.

Medallists:

Australian Team

  • Michael Gallagher – LC1
  • Jayme Paris

Officials

  • Peter Day – Head Coach
  • Tom Skulander – Manager
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist

Click here to locate detailed results.

Australian teams and results at the 2009 UCI Para Road Cycling World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September and Para Track Cycling World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Rowing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 1 bronze medal.

Medallist:

  • Ben Houlison – Bronze ASM1x

Team Members

  • Ben Houlison – ASM1x
  • Hentry MacPhillamy – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Peter Siri – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Carol Cooke – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Alexandra Green – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Lisa Brown – LTAMix4+ – 6th

Coach

  • Peter Albisser – ASM1x,¬†LTAMix4+

 

Australian team and results at the 2009 World Championships, Poznan, Poland, 23 – 20 August.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tandem Pursuit Modra, Beijing Summer Paralympics

Kieran Modra (vision impaired rider, back) and Tyson Lawrence (sighted pilot, front) during their gold medal ride in the men’s tandem pursuit at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Track and Road Cycling World Championships 2009

 

Road World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September.

Australian team won 5 medals – 1 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

Women

  • Claire McLean – LC1
  • Susan Powell – LC2

Officials

  • James Victor – Head Coach
  • Peter Brooks – Scholarship Coach
  • Alan Downes – Masseur
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist
  • Robbie Read – Mexchanic
Track World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Australian team won 2 medals – 1 gold and 1 silver medal.

Medallists:

Australian Team

  • Michael Gallagher – LC1
  • Jayme Paris

Officials

  • Peter Day – Head Coach
  • Tom Skulander – Manager
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist

Click here to locate detailed results.

Australian teams and results at the 2009 UCI Para Road Cycling World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September and Para Track Cycling World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Rowing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 1 bronze medal.

Medallist:

  • Ben Houlison – Bronze ASM1x

Team Members

  • Ben Houlison – ASM1x
  • Hentry MacPhillamy – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Peter Siri – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Carol Cooke – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Alexandra Green – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Lisa Brown – LTAMix4+ – 6th

Coach

  • Peter Albisser – ASM1x,¬†LTAMix4+

 

Australian team and results at the 2009 World Championships, Poznan, Poland, 23 – 20 August.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tandem Pursuit Modra, Beijing Summer Paralympics

Kieran Modra (vision impaired rider, back) and Tyson Lawrence (sighted pilot, front) during their gold medal ride in the men’s tandem pursuit at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Track and Road Cycling World Championships 2009

 

Road World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September.

Australian team won 5 medals – 1 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

Women

  • Claire McLean – LC1
  • Susan Powell – LC2

Officials

  • James Victor – Head Coach
  • Peter Brooks – Scholarship Coach
  • Alan Downes – Masseur
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist
  • Robbie Read – Mexchanic
Track World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Australian team won 2 medals – 1 gold and 1 silver medal.

Medallists:

Australian Team

  • Michael Gallagher – LC1
  • Jayme Paris

Officials

  • Peter Day – Head Coach
  • Tom Skulander – Manager
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist

Click here to locate detailed results.

Australian teams and results at the 2009 UCI Para Road Cycling World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September and Para Track Cycling World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Rowing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 1 bronze medal.

Medallist:

  • Ben Houlison – Bronze ASM1x

Team Members

  • Ben Houlison – ASM1x
  • Hentry MacPhillamy – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Peter Siri – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Carol Cooke – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Alexandra Green – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Lisa Brown – LTAMix4+ – 6th

Coach

  • Peter Albisser – ASM1x,¬†LTAMix4+

 

Australian team and results at the 2009 World Championships, Poznan, Poland, 23 – 20 August.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tandem Pursuit Modra, Beijing Summer Paralympics

Kieran Modra (vision impaired rider, back) and Tyson Lawrence (sighted pilot, front) during their gold medal ride in the men’s tandem pursuit at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Track and Road Cycling World Championships 2009

 

Road World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September.

Australian team won 5 medals – 1 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

Women

  • Claire McLean – LC1
  • Susan Powell – LC2

Officials

  • James Victor – Head Coach
  • Peter Brooks – Scholarship Coach
  • Alan Downes – Masseur
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist
  • Robbie Read – Mexchanic
Track World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Australian team won 2 medals – 1 gold and 1 silver medal.

Medallists:

Australian Team

  • Michael Gallagher – LC1
  • Jayme Paris

Officials

  • Peter Day – Head Coach
  • Tom Skulander – Manager
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist

Click here to locate detailed results.

Australian teams and results at the 2009 UCI Para Road Cycling World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September and Para Track Cycling World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Rowing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 1 bronze medal.

Medallist:

  • Ben Houlison – Bronze ASM1x

Team Members

  • Ben Houlison – ASM1x
  • Hentry MacPhillamy – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Peter Siri – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Carol Cooke – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Alexandra Green – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Lisa Brown – LTAMix4+ – 6th

Coach

  • Peter Albisser – ASM1x,¬†LTAMix4+

 

Australian team and results at the 2009 World Championships, Poznan, Poland, 23 – 20 August.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tandem Pursuit Modra, Beijing Summer Paralympics

Kieran Modra (vision impaired rider, back) and Tyson Lawrence (sighted pilot, front) during their gold medal ride in the men’s tandem pursuit at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Track and Road Cycling World Championships 2009

 

Road World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September.

Australian team won 5 medals – 1 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

Women

  • Claire McLean – LC1
  • Susan Powell – LC2

Officials

  • James Victor – Head Coach
  • Peter Brooks – Scholarship Coach
  • Alan Downes – Masseur
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist
  • Robbie Read – Mexchanic
Track World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Australian team won 2 medals – 1 gold and 1 silver medal.

Medallists:

Australian Team

  • Michael Gallagher – LC1
  • Jayme Paris

Officials

  • Peter Day – Head Coach
  • Tom Skulander – Manager
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist

Click here to locate detailed results.

Australian teams and results at the 2009 UCI Para Road Cycling World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September and Para Track Cycling World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Rowing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 1 bronze medal.

Medallist:

  • Ben Houlison – Bronze ASM1x

Team Members

  • Ben Houlison – ASM1x
  • Hentry MacPhillamy – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Peter Siri – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Carol Cooke – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Alexandra Green – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Lisa Brown – LTAMix4+ – 6th

Coach

  • Peter Albisser – ASM1x,¬†LTAMix4+

 

Australian team and results at the 2009 World Championships, Poznan, Poland, 23 – 20 August.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tandem Pursuit Modra, Beijing Summer Paralympics

Kieran Modra (vision impaired rider, back) and Tyson Lawrence (sighted pilot, front) during their gold medal ride in the men’s tandem pursuit at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Track and Road Cycling World Championships 2009

 

Road World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September.

Australian team won 5 medals – 1 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

Women

  • Claire McLean – LC1
  • Susan Powell – LC2

Officials

  • James Victor – Head Coach
  • Peter Brooks – Scholarship Coach
  • Alan Downes – Masseur
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist
  • Robbie Read – Mexchanic
Track World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Australian team won 2 medals – 1 gold and 1 silver medal.

Medallists:

Australian Team

  • Michael Gallagher – LC1
  • Jayme Paris

Officials

  • Peter Day – Head Coach
  • Tom Skulander – Manager
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist

Click here to locate detailed results.

Australian teams and results at the 2009 UCI Para Road Cycling World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September and Para Track Cycling World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Rowing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 1 bronze medal.

Medallist:

  • Ben Houlison – Bronze ASM1x

Team Members

  • Ben Houlison – ASM1x
  • Hentry MacPhillamy – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Peter Siri – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Carol Cooke – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Alexandra Green – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Lisa Brown – LTAMix4+ – 6th

Coach

  • Peter Albisser – ASM1x,¬†LTAMix4+

 

Australian team and results at the 2009 World Championships, Poznan, Poland, 23 – 20 August.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tandem Pursuit Modra, Beijing Summer Paralympics

Kieran Modra (vision impaired rider, back) and Tyson Lawrence (sighted pilot, front) during their gold medal ride in the men’s tandem pursuit at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Track and Road Cycling World Championships 2009

 

Road World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September.

Australian team won 5 medals – 1 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

Women

  • Claire McLean – LC1
  • Susan Powell – LC2

Officials

  • James Victor – Head Coach
  • Peter Brooks – Scholarship Coach
  • Alan Downes – Masseur
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist
  • Robbie Read – Mexchanic
Track World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Australian team won 2 medals – 1 gold and 1 silver medal.

Medallists:

Australian Team

  • Michael Gallagher – LC1
  • Jayme Paris

Officials

  • Peter Day – Head Coach
  • Tom Skulander – Manager
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist

Click here to locate detailed results.

Australian teams and results at the 2009 UCI Para Road Cycling World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September and Para Track Cycling World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Rowing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 1 bronze medal.

Medallist:

  • Ben Houlison – Bronze ASM1x

Team Members

  • Ben Houlison – ASM1x
  • Hentry MacPhillamy – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Peter Siri – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Carol Cooke – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Alexandra Green – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Lisa Brown – LTAMix4+ – 6th

Coach

  • Peter Albisser – ASM1x,¬†LTAMix4+

 

Australian team and results at the 2009 World Championships, Poznan, Poland, 23 – 20 August.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tandem Pursuit Modra, Beijing Summer Paralympics

Kieran Modra (vision impaired rider, back) and Tyson Lawrence (sighted pilot, front) during their gold medal ride in the men’s tandem pursuit at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Track and Road Cycling World Championships 2009

 

Road World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September.

Australian team won 5 medals – 1 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

Women

  • Claire McLean – LC1
  • Susan Powell – LC2

Officials

  • James Victor – Head Coach
  • Peter Brooks – Scholarship Coach
  • Alan Downes – Masseur
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist
  • Robbie Read – Mexchanic
Track World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Australian team won 2 medals – 1 gold and 1 silver medal.

Medallists:

Australian Team

  • Michael Gallagher – LC1
  • Jayme Paris

Officials

  • Peter Day – Head Coach
  • Tom Skulander – Manager
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist

Click here to locate detailed results.

Australian teams and results at the 2009 UCI Para Road Cycling World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September and Para Track Cycling World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Rowing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 1 bronze medal.

Medallist:

  • Ben Houlison – Bronze ASM1x

Team Members

  • Ben Houlison – ASM1x
  • Hentry MacPhillamy – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Peter Siri – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Carol Cooke – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Alexandra Green – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Lisa Brown – LTAMix4+ – 6th

Coach

  • Peter Albisser – ASM1x,¬†LTAMix4+

 

Australian team and results at the 2009 World Championships, Poznan, Poland, 23 – 20 August.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tandem Pursuit Modra, Beijing Summer Paralympics

Kieran Modra (vision impaired rider, back) and Tyson Lawrence (sighted pilot, front) during their gold medal ride in the men’s tandem pursuit at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Track and Road Cycling World Championships 2009

 

Road World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September.

Australian team won 5 medals – 1 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

Women

  • Claire McLean – LC1
  • Susan Powell – LC2

Officials

  • James Victor – Head Coach
  • Peter Brooks – Scholarship Coach
  • Alan Downes – Masseur
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist
  • Robbie Read – Mexchanic
Track World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Australian team won 2 medals – 1 gold and 1 silver medal.

Medallists:

Australian Team

  • Michael Gallagher – LC1
  • Jayme Paris

Officials

  • Peter Day – Head Coach
  • Tom Skulander – Manager
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist

Click here to locate detailed results.

Australian teams and results at the 2009 UCI Para Road Cycling World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September and Para Track Cycling World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Rowing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 1 bronze medal.

Medallist:

  • Ben Houlison – Bronze ASM1x

Team Members

  • Ben Houlison – ASM1x
  • Hentry MacPhillamy – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Peter Siri – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Carol Cooke – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Alexandra Green – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Lisa Brown – LTAMix4+ – 6th

Coach

  • Peter Albisser – ASM1x,¬†LTAMix4+

 

Australian team and results at the 2009 World Championships, Poznan, Poland, 23 – 20 August.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tandem Pursuit Modra, Beijing Summer Paralympics

Kieran Modra (vision impaired rider, back) and Tyson Lawrence (sighted pilot, front) during their gold medal ride in the men’s tandem pursuit at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Track and Road Cycling World Championships 2009

 

Road World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September.

Australian team won 5 medals – 1 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

Women

  • Claire McLean – LC1
  • Susan Powell – LC2

Officials

  • James Victor – Head Coach
  • Peter Brooks – Scholarship Coach
  • Alan Downes – Masseur
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist
  • Robbie Read – Mexchanic
Track World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Australian team won 2 medals – 1 gold and 1 silver medal.

Medallists:

Australian Team

  • Michael Gallagher – LC1
  • Jayme Paris

Officials

  • Peter Day – Head Coach
  • Tom Skulander – Manager
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist

Click here to locate detailed results.

Australian teams and results at the 2009 UCI Para Road Cycling World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September and Para Track Cycling World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Rowing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 1 bronze medal.

Medallist:

  • Ben Houlison – Bronze ASM1x

Team Members

  • Ben Houlison – ASM1x
  • Hentry MacPhillamy – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Peter Siri – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Carol Cooke – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Alexandra Green – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Lisa Brown – LTAMix4+ – 6th

Coach

  • Peter Albisser – ASM1x,¬†LTAMix4+

 

Australian team and results at the 2009 World Championships, Poznan, Poland, 23 – 20 August.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tandem Pursuit Modra, Beijing Summer Paralympics

Kieran Modra (vision impaired rider, back) and Tyson Lawrence (sighted pilot, front) during their gold medal ride in the men’s tandem pursuit at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Track and Road Cycling World Championships 2009

 

Road World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September.

Australian team won 5 medals – 1 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

Women

  • Claire McLean – LC1
  • Susan Powell – LC2

Officials

  • James Victor – Head Coach
  • Peter Brooks – Scholarship Coach
  • Alan Downes – Masseur
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist
  • Robbie Read – Mexchanic
Track World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Australian team won 2 medals – 1 gold and 1 silver medal.

Medallists:

Australian Team

  • Michael Gallagher – LC1
  • Jayme Paris

Officials

  • Peter Day – Head Coach
  • Tom Skulander – Manager
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist

Click here to locate detailed results.

Australian teams and results at the 2009 UCI Para Road Cycling World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September and Para Track Cycling World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Rowing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 1 bronze medal.

Medallist:

  • Ben Houlison – Bronze ASM1x

Team Members

  • Ben Houlison – ASM1x
  • Hentry MacPhillamy – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Peter Siri – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Carol Cooke – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Alexandra Green – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Lisa Brown – LTAMix4+ – 6th

Coach

  • Peter Albisser – ASM1x,¬†LTAMix4+

 

Australian team and results at the 2009 World Championships, Poznan, Poland, 23 – 20 August.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tandem Pursuit Modra, Beijing Summer Paralympics

Kieran Modra (vision impaired rider, back) and Tyson Lawrence (sighted pilot, front) during their gold medal ride in the men’s tandem pursuit at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Track and Road Cycling World Championships 2009

 

Road World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September.

Australian team won 5 medals – 1 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

Women

  • Claire McLean – LC1
  • Susan Powell – LC2

Officials

  • James Victor – Head Coach
  • Peter Brooks – Scholarship Coach
  • Alan Downes – Masseur
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist
  • Robbie Read – Mexchanic
Track World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Australian team won 2 medals – 1 gold and 1 silver medal.

Medallists:

Australian Team

  • Michael Gallagher – LC1
  • Jayme Paris

Officials

  • Peter Day – Head Coach
  • Tom Skulander – Manager
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist

Click here to locate detailed results.

Australian teams and results at the 2009 UCI Para Road Cycling World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September and Para Track Cycling World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Rowing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 1 bronze medal.

Medallist:

  • Ben Houlison – Bronze ASM1x

Team Members

  • Ben Houlison – ASM1x
  • Hentry MacPhillamy – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Peter Siri – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Carol Cooke – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Alexandra Green – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Lisa Brown – LTAMix4+ – 6th

Coach

  • Peter Albisser – ASM1x,¬†LTAMix4+

 

Australian team and results at the 2009 World Championships, Poznan, Poland, 23 – 20 August.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tandem Pursuit Modra, Beijing Summer Paralympics

Kieran Modra (vision impaired rider, back) and Tyson Lawrence (sighted pilot, front) during their gold medal ride in the men’s tandem pursuit at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Track and Road Cycling World Championships 2009

 

Road World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September.

Australian team won 5 medals – 1 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

Women

  • Claire McLean – LC1
  • Susan Powell – LC2

Officials

  • James Victor – Head Coach
  • Peter Brooks – Scholarship Coach
  • Alan Downes – Masseur
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist
  • Robbie Read – Mexchanic
Track World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Australian team won 2 medals – 1 gold and 1 silver medal.

Medallists:

Australian Team

  • Michael Gallagher – LC1
  • Jayme Paris

Officials

  • Peter Day – Head Coach
  • Tom Skulander – Manager
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist

Click here to locate detailed results.

Australian teams and results at the 2009 UCI Para Road Cycling World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September and Para Track Cycling World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Rowing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 1 bronze medal.

Medallist:

  • Ben Houlison – Bronze ASM1x

Team Members

  • Ben Houlison – ASM1x
  • Hentry MacPhillamy – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Peter Siri – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Carol Cooke – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Alexandra Green – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Lisa Brown – LTAMix4+ – 6th

Coach

  • Peter Albisser – ASM1x,¬†LTAMix4+

 

Australian team and results at the 2009 World Championships, Poznan, Poland, 23 – 20 August.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tandem Pursuit Modra, Beijing Summer Paralympics

Kieran Modra (vision impaired rider, back) and Tyson Lawrence (sighted pilot, front) during their gold medal ride in the men’s tandem pursuit at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Track and Road Cycling World Championships 2009

 

Road World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September.

Australian team won 5 medals – 1 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

Women

  • Claire McLean – LC1
  • Susan Powell – LC2

Officials

  • James Victor – Head Coach
  • Peter Brooks – Scholarship Coach
  • Alan Downes – Masseur
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist
  • Robbie Read – Mexchanic
Track World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Australian team won 2 medals – 1 gold and 1 silver medal.

Medallists:

Australian Team

  • Michael Gallagher – LC1
  • Jayme Paris

Officials

  • Peter Day – Head Coach
  • Tom Skulander – Manager
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist

Click here to locate detailed results.

Australian teams and results at the 2009 UCI Para Road Cycling World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September and Para Track Cycling World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Rowing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 1 bronze medal.

Medallist:

  • Ben Houlison – Bronze ASM1x

Team Members

  • Ben Houlison – ASM1x
  • Hentry MacPhillamy – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Peter Siri – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Carol Cooke – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Alexandra Green – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Lisa Brown – LTAMix4+ – 6th

Coach

  • Peter Albisser – ASM1x,¬†LTAMix4+

 

Australian team and results at the 2009 World Championships, Poznan, Poland, 23 – 20 August.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tandem Pursuit Modra, Beijing Summer Paralympics

Kieran Modra (vision impaired rider, back) and Tyson Lawrence (sighted pilot, front) during their gold medal ride in the men’s tandem pursuit at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Track and Road Cycling World Championships 2009

 

Road World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September.

Australian team won 5 medals – 1 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

Women

  • Claire McLean – LC1
  • Susan Powell – LC2

Officials

  • James Victor – Head Coach
  • Peter Brooks – Scholarship Coach
  • Alan Downes – Masseur
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist
  • Robbie Read – Mexchanic
Track World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Australian team won 2 medals – 1 gold and 1 silver medal.

Medallists:

Australian Team

  • Michael Gallagher – LC1
  • Jayme Paris

Officials

  • Peter Day – Head Coach
  • Tom Skulander – Manager
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist

Click here to locate detailed results.

Australian teams and results at the 2009 UCI Para Road Cycling World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September and Para Track Cycling World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Rowing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 1 bronze medal.

Medallist:

  • Ben Houlison – Bronze ASM1x

Team Members

  • Ben Houlison – ASM1x
  • Hentry MacPhillamy – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Peter Siri – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Carol Cooke – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Alexandra Green – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Lisa Brown – LTAMix4+ – 6th

Coach

  • Peter Albisser – ASM1x,¬†LTAMix4+

 

Australian team and results at the 2009 World Championships, Poznan, Poland, 23 – 20 August.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tandem Pursuit Modra, Beijing Summer Paralympics

Kieran Modra (vision impaired rider, back) and Tyson Lawrence (sighted pilot, front) during their gold medal ride in the men’s tandem pursuit at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Track and Road Cycling World Championships 2009

 

Road World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September.

Australian team won 5 medals – 1 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

Women

  • Claire McLean – LC1
  • Susan Powell – LC2

Officials

  • James Victor – Head Coach
  • Peter Brooks – Scholarship Coach
  • Alan Downes – Masseur
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist
  • Robbie Read – Mexchanic
Track World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Australian team won 2 medals – 1 gold and 1 silver medal.

Medallists:

Australian Team

  • Michael Gallagher – LC1
  • Jayme Paris

Officials

  • Peter Day – Head Coach
  • Tom Skulander – Manager
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist

Click here to locate detailed results.

Australian teams and results at the 2009 UCI Para Road Cycling World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September and Para Track Cycling World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Rowing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 1 bronze medal.

Medallist:

  • Ben Houlison – Bronze ASM1x

Team Members

  • Ben Houlison – ASM1x
  • Hentry MacPhillamy – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Peter Siri – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Carol Cooke – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Alexandra Green – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Lisa Brown – LTAMix4+ – 6th

Coach

  • Peter Albisser – ASM1x,¬†LTAMix4+

 

Australian team and results at the 2009 World Championships, Poznan, Poland, 23 – 20 August.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tandem Pursuit Modra, Beijing Summer Paralympics

Kieran Modra (vision impaired rider, back) and Tyson Lawrence (sighted pilot, front) during their gold medal ride in the men’s tandem pursuit at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Track and Road Cycling World Championships 2009

 

Road World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September.

Australian team won 5 medals – 1 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

Women

  • Claire McLean – LC1
  • Susan Powell – LC2

Officials

  • James Victor – Head Coach
  • Peter Brooks – Scholarship Coach
  • Alan Downes – Masseur
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist
  • Robbie Read – Mexchanic
Track World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Australian team won 2 medals – 1 gold and 1 silver medal.

Medallists:

Australian Team

  • Michael Gallagher – LC1
  • Jayme Paris

Officials

  • Peter Day – Head Coach
  • Tom Skulander – Manager
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist

Click here to locate detailed results.

Australian teams and results at the 2009 UCI Para Road Cycling World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September and Para Track Cycling World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Rowing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 1 bronze medal.

Medallist:

  • Ben Houlison – Bronze ASM1x

Team Members

  • Ben Houlison – ASM1x
  • Hentry MacPhillamy – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Peter Siri – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Carol Cooke – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Alexandra Green – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Lisa Brown – LTAMix4+ – 6th

Coach

  • Peter Albisser – ASM1x,¬†LTAMix4+

 

Australian team and results at the 2009 World Championships, Poznan, Poland, 23 – 20 August.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tandem Pursuit Modra, Beijing Summer Paralympics

Kieran Modra (vision impaired rider, back) and Tyson Lawrence (sighted pilot, front) during their gold medal ride in the men’s tandem pursuit at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Track and Road Cycling World Championships 2009

 

Road World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September.

Australian team won 5 medals – 1 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

Women

  • Claire McLean – LC1
  • Susan Powell – LC2

Officials

  • James Victor – Head Coach
  • Peter Brooks – Scholarship Coach
  • Alan Downes – Masseur
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist
  • Robbie Read – Mexchanic
Track World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Australian team won 2 medals – 1 gold and 1 silver medal.

Medallists:

Australian Team

  • Michael Gallagher – LC1
  • Jayme Paris

Officials

  • Peter Day – Head Coach
  • Tom Skulander – Manager
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist

Click here to locate detailed results.

Australian teams and results at the 2009 UCI Para Road Cycling World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September and Para Track Cycling World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Rowing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 1 bronze medal.

Medallist:

  • Ben Houlison – Bronze ASM1x

Team Members

  • Ben Houlison – ASM1x
  • Hentry MacPhillamy – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Peter Siri – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Carol Cooke – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Alexandra Green – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Lisa Brown – LTAMix4+ – 6th

Coach

  • Peter Albisser – ASM1x,¬†LTAMix4+

 

Australian team and results at the 2009 World Championships, Poznan, Poland, 23 – 20 August.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tandem Pursuit Modra, Beijing Summer Paralympics

Kieran Modra (vision impaired rider, back) and Tyson Lawrence (sighted pilot, front) during their gold medal ride in the men’s tandem pursuit at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Track and Road Cycling World Championships 2009

 

Road World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September.

Australian team won 5 medals – 1 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

Women

  • Claire McLean – LC1
  • Susan Powell – LC2

Officials

  • James Victor – Head Coach
  • Peter Brooks – Scholarship Coach
  • Alan Downes – Masseur
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist
  • Robbie Read – Mexchanic
Track World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Australian team won 2 medals – 1 gold and 1 silver medal.

Medallists:

Australian Team

  • Michael Gallagher – LC1
  • Jayme Paris

Officials

  • Peter Day – Head Coach
  • Tom Skulander – Manager
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist

Click here to locate detailed results.

Australian teams and results at the 2009 UCI Para Road Cycling World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September and Para Track Cycling World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Rowing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 1 bronze medal.

Medallist:

  • Ben Houlison – Bronze ASM1x

Team Members

  • Ben Houlison – ASM1x
  • Hentry MacPhillamy – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Peter Siri – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Carol Cooke – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Alexandra Green – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Lisa Brown – LTAMix4+ – 6th

Coach

  • Peter Albisser – ASM1x,¬†LTAMix4+

 

Australian team and results at the 2009 World Championships, Poznan, Poland, 23 – 20 August.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tandem Pursuit Modra, Beijing Summer Paralympics

Kieran Modra (vision impaired rider, back) and Tyson Lawrence (sighted pilot, front) during their gold medal ride in the men’s tandem pursuit at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Track and Road Cycling World Championships 2009

 

Road World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September.

Australian team won 5 medals – 1 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

Women

  • Claire McLean – LC1
  • Susan Powell – LC2

Officials

  • James Victor – Head Coach
  • Peter Brooks – Scholarship Coach
  • Alan Downes – Masseur
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist
  • Robbie Read – Mexchanic
Track World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Australian team won 2 medals – 1 gold and 1 silver medal.

Medallists:

Australian Team

  • Michael Gallagher – LC1
  • Jayme Paris

Officials

  • Peter Day – Head Coach
  • Tom Skulander – Manager
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist

Click here to locate detailed results.

Australian teams and results at the 2009 UCI Para Road Cycling World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September and Para Track Cycling World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Rowing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 1 bronze medal.

Medallist:

  • Ben Houlison – Bronze ASM1x

Team Members

  • Ben Houlison – ASM1x
  • Hentry MacPhillamy – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Peter Siri – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Carol Cooke – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Alexandra Green – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Lisa Brown – LTAMix4+ – 6th

Coach

  • Peter Albisser – ASM1x,¬†LTAMix4+

 

Australian team and results at the 2009 World Championships, Poznan, Poland, 23 – 20 August.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tandem Pursuit Modra, Beijing Summer Paralympics

Kieran Modra (vision impaired rider, back) and Tyson Lawrence (sighted pilot, front) during their gold medal ride in the men’s tandem pursuit at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Track and Road Cycling World Championships 2009

 

Road World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September.

Australian team won 5 medals – 1 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

Women

  • Claire McLean – LC1
  • Susan Powell – LC2

Officials

  • James Victor – Head Coach
  • Peter Brooks – Scholarship Coach
  • Alan Downes – Masseur
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist
  • Robbie Read – Mexchanic
Track World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Australian team won 2 medals – 1 gold and 1 silver medal.

Medallists:

Australian Team

  • Michael Gallagher – LC1
  • Jayme Paris

Officials

  • Peter Day – Head Coach
  • Tom Skulander – Manager
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist

Click here to locate detailed results.

Australian teams and results at the 2009 UCI Para Road Cycling World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September and Para Track Cycling World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Rowing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 1 bronze medal.

Medallist:

  • Ben Houlison – Bronze ASM1x

Team Members

  • Ben Houlison – ASM1x
  • Hentry MacPhillamy – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Peter Siri – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Carol Cooke – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Alexandra Green – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Lisa Brown – LTAMix4+ – 6th

Coach

  • Peter Albisser – ASM1x,¬†LTAMix4+

 

Australian team and results at the 2009 World Championships, Poznan, Poland, 23 – 20 August.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tandem Pursuit Modra, Beijing Summer Paralympics

Kieran Modra (vision impaired rider, back) and Tyson Lawrence (sighted pilot, front) during their gold medal ride in the men’s tandem pursuit at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Track and Road Cycling World Championships 2009

 

Road World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September.

Australian team won 5 medals – 1 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

Women

  • Claire McLean – LC1
  • Susan Powell – LC2

Officials

  • James Victor – Head Coach
  • Peter Brooks – Scholarship Coach
  • Alan Downes – Masseur
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist
  • Robbie Read – Mexchanic
Track World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Australian team won 2 medals – 1 gold and 1 silver medal.

Medallists:

Australian Team

  • Michael Gallagher – LC1
  • Jayme Paris

Officials

  • Peter Day – Head Coach
  • Tom Skulander – Manager
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist

Click here to locate detailed results.

Australian teams and results at the 2009 UCI Para Road Cycling World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September and Para Track Cycling World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Rowing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 1 bronze medal.

Medallist:

  • Ben Houlison – Bronze ASM1x

Team Members

  • Ben Houlison – ASM1x
  • Hentry MacPhillamy – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Peter Siri – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Carol Cooke – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Alexandra Green – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Lisa Brown – LTAMix4+ – 6th

Coach

  • Peter Albisser – ASM1x,¬†LTAMix4+

 

Australian team and results at the 2009 World Championships, Poznan, Poland, 23 – 20 August.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tandem Pursuit Modra, Beijing Summer Paralympics

Kieran Modra (vision impaired rider, back) and Tyson Lawrence (sighted pilot, front) during their gold medal ride in the men’s tandem pursuit at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Track and Road Cycling World Championships 2009

 

Road World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September.

Australian team won 5 medals – 1 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

Women

  • Claire McLean – LC1
  • Susan Powell – LC2

Officials

  • James Victor – Head Coach
  • Peter Brooks – Scholarship Coach
  • Alan Downes – Masseur
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist
  • Robbie Read – Mexchanic
Track World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Australian team won 2 medals – 1 gold and 1 silver medal.

Medallists:

Australian Team

  • Michael Gallagher – LC1
  • Jayme Paris

Officials

  • Peter Day – Head Coach
  • Tom Skulander – Manager
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist

Click here to locate detailed results.

Australian teams and results at the 2009 UCI Para Road Cycling World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September and Para Track Cycling World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Rowing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 1 bronze medal.

Medallist:

  • Ben Houlison – Bronze ASM1x

Team Members

  • Ben Houlison – ASM1x
  • Hentry MacPhillamy – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Peter Siri – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Carol Cooke – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Alexandra Green – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Lisa Brown – LTAMix4+ – 6th

Coach

  • Peter Albisser – ASM1x,¬†LTAMix4+

 

Australian team and results at the 2009 World Championships, Poznan, Poland, 23 – 20 August.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tandem Pursuit Modra, Beijing Summer Paralympics

Kieran Modra (vision impaired rider, back) and Tyson Lawrence (sighted pilot, front) during their gold medal ride in the men’s tandem pursuit at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Track and Road Cycling World Championships 2009

 

Road World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September.

Australian team won 5 medals – 1 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

Women

  • Claire McLean – LC1
  • Susan Powell – LC2

Officials

  • James Victor – Head Coach
  • Peter Brooks – Scholarship Coach
  • Alan Downes – Masseur
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist
  • Robbie Read – Mexchanic
Track World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Australian team won 2 medals – 1 gold and 1 silver medal.

Medallists:

Australian Team

  • Michael Gallagher – LC1
  • Jayme Paris

Officials

  • Peter Day – Head Coach
  • Tom Skulander – Manager
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist

Click here to locate detailed results.

Australian teams and results at the 2009 UCI Para Road Cycling World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September and Para Track Cycling World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Rowing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 1 bronze medal.

Medallist:

  • Ben Houlison – Bronze ASM1x

Team Members

  • Ben Houlison – ASM1x
  • Hentry MacPhillamy – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Peter Siri – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Carol Cooke – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Alexandra Green – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Lisa Brown – LTAMix4+ – 6th

Coach

  • Peter Albisser – ASM1x,¬†LTAMix4+

 

Australian team and results at the 2009 World Championships, Poznan, Poland, 23 – 20 August.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tandem Pursuit Modra, Beijing Summer Paralympics

Kieran Modra (vision impaired rider, back) and Tyson Lawrence (sighted pilot, front) during their gold medal ride in the men’s tandem pursuit at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Track and Road Cycling World Championships 2009

 

Road World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September.

Australian team won 5 medals – 1 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

Women

  • Claire McLean – LC1
  • Susan Powell – LC2

Officials

  • James Victor – Head Coach
  • Peter Brooks – Scholarship Coach
  • Alan Downes – Masseur
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist
  • Robbie Read – Mexchanic
Track World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Australian team won 2 medals – 1 gold and 1 silver medal.

Medallists:

Australian Team

  • Michael Gallagher – LC1
  • Jayme Paris

Officials

  • Peter Day – Head Coach
  • Tom Skulander – Manager
  • Anouska Edwards – Physiotherapist

Click here to locate detailed results.

Australian teams and results at the 2009 UCI Para Road Cycling World Championships, Bogogno, Italy, 10 – 13 September and Para Track Cycling World Championships, Manchester, England, 6-8 November.

Rowing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 1 bronze medal.

Medallist:

  • Ben Houlison – Bronze ASM1x

Team Members

  • Ben Houlison – ASM1x
  • Hentry MacPhillamy – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Peter Siri – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Carol Cooke – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Alexandra Green – LTAMix4+ – 6th
  • Lisa Brown – LTAMix4+ – 6th

Coach

  • Peter Albisser – ASM1x,¬†LTAMix4+

 

Australian team and results at the 2009 World Championships, Poznan, Poland, 23 – 20 August.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

Julie Smith crosses the finish line in the 100m final

Julie Smith crosses the line in fourth place in the T46 100m final at the at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games behind the race winner, Castillo Yunidis of Cuba (number 1379) whose winning time was a new world record.

Chris Mullins at the start for the 400m final

Chris Mullins leaves the blocks in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race.

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the 400m final

Chris Mullins crosses the finish line in the T38 400m final at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Mullins finished sixth in a dramatic race. On the ground is Marius Stander (South Africa), who missed out on the bronze medal by 0.11s, and still on the track and in trouble is Zhou Wenjun from China, who eventually crossed the line more than 30s behind Mullins.

Liesl Tesch shoots against the USA

Australian wheelchair basketballer Liesl Tesch concentrates on her shot in the game against USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to pass to Chaplin

Australian wheelchair basketballer Gauci looks to get a pass off to Shelley Chaplin in traffic vs USA at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.

Tandem Pursuit Modra, Beijing Summer Paralympics

Kieran Modra (vision impaired rider, back) and Tyson Lawrence (sighted pilot, front) during their gold medal ride in the men’s tandem pursuit at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.