Track and Road Cycling World Championships 2014

World Track  Cycling Championships, Aguascalientes, Mexico, 10 Р13 April

Australian team won 17 medals Р5 gold, 5 silver  and 7 bronze medals

Medallists:

Note -Jayme Richardson was also eligible to medal, following the UCI rule changes, allowing Jayme to compete against formula-levelled World Record benchmarks.

Australian Team

Men

  • Tom Clarke (pilot for Kennedy)t
  • Michael Curran (pilot for Formston)
  • Alistair Donohoe – C5
  • Matt Formston – B
  • Michael Gallagher – C5
  • Paul Kennedy¬† – B
  • Kieran Modra –¬† B
  • Jason Niblett (pilot for Modra)
  • David Nicholas – C3

Women

  • Alexandra Green (- C4
  • Breanna Hargrave (pilot for O’Connor)
  • Simone Kennedy – C3
  • Brandie O’Connor –¬† B
  • Sue Powell¬† – C4
  • Felicity Johnson¬† – B
  • Jayme Richardson – C1
  • Holly Takos – (pilot for Johnson)
World Road Championships, Greenville, United States, 29 August – 1 September.

Australian team won 8 medals – 4 gold, 3 silver and 1 bronze medals.

Medallists:

Australian Team

Men

  • Nigel Barley – H4
  • Michael Curran (pilot for Formston)
  • Alistair Donohoe – C5
  • Matt Formston – B
  • Michael Gallagher – C5
  • David Nicholas – C3
  • Craig Parsons – H2
  • Stuart Tripp – H5

Women

  • Carol Cooke – T2
  • Alexandra Green – C4
  • Susan Powell – C4
  • Jayme Richardson – C1
  • Bianca Woolford – T1

Click here to locate results for both World Championships.

Australian teams and results for the UCI Para Track World Championships, Aguascalientes, Mexico, 10 – 13 April and UCI Para Road World Championships, Greenville, United States, 29 August – 1 September.