Track and Road Cycling World Championships 2007

Track World Championships, 19 Р22  August.

Australian team won 17 medals – 7 gold, 4 silver, 6 bronze medals

Track Medallists:

 

Australian Team

Men

  • Greg Ball –¬† LC4
  • Trent Deacon – CP4
  • Ben Demery – B & VI
  • Michael Eaddy –¬† LC4
  • Michael Gallagher –¬† LC1
  • Shaun Hopkins (pilot for Demery)
  • Tyson Lawrence (pilot for Modra)
  • Glen Jarvis –¬† LC3
  • Kieran Modra – ¬†B & VI
  • Chris Scott – CP4

 

Women

  • Jayne Armstrong – LC3
  • Angela Fleming – LC2
  • Toiressa Gallagher (pilot for Hou)
  • Lindy Hou¬†– ¬†B & VI
  • Felicity Johnson¬†– ¬†B & VI
  • Claire McLean – LC1
  • Jayme Paris – CP3
  • Katie Parker (pilot for Johnson)
Road World Championships, 24-27 August.

Australia team won 8 medals – 4 silver and 4 bronze medals.

Medallists:

 

Australian Team

Men

  • Peter Allen – HC B
  • Greg Ball – LC4
  • Nigel Barley – HC C
  • Trent Deacon – CP4
  • Michael Eaddy – LC4
  • Michael Gallagher – LC1
  • Marc LeFlohic – CP4
  • Tyson Lawrence (pilot for Modra)
  • Glen Jarvis – LC3
  • Kieran Modra – B

Women

  • Jayne Armstrong – LC3
  • Angela Fleming – LC2
  • Toiressa Gallagher (pilot for Hou)
  • Lindy Hou – B
  • Melissa Leckie -HC B
  • Claire McLean – LC1
  • Jayme Paris – CP3

Coaches

  • James Victor – Head Coach
  • Hilton Clarke – Assistant Coach
  • Paul Martens – Assistant Coach
  • Kevin McIntosh – Assistant Coach
  • Frank Parker – Assistant Coach
  • Tom Skulander – Assistant Coach

Officials

  • Mark Fulcher – Team Manager
  • Peter Giessauf – Mechanic
  • Paul Lamond – Mechanic
  • Alan Downes – Masseur
  • Anouska Edwards – ¬†Physiotherapist
  • Nicole Magner – Physiotherapist
  • Anne Downes – Carer

Australian teams and results at the 2007 Para World Track  and Road Championships, Bordeaux, France, 19-27 August.