WAIS Cyclists Heading For World Championships
Cycling | Published:
Tue 25 March 2008
Cycling Australia has named its team for the 2008 Track Cycling World Championships which are being staged in Manchester, England from 26-30 March.
The "Cyclones" team contains a strong mix of WAIS talent with three men included in the program.
AIS/WAIS Olympic Gold Medalist Ryan Bayley headlines the Men's Sprint Team, which also contains WAIS cyclist Scott Sunderland, from Hillarys.
20 year old Cameron Meyer also made the cut and will feature in the Men's Endurance Team in Manchester.
Men - Sprint Team
- Ryan Bayley (Alexander Heights , WA 09.03.1982)
- Daniel Ellis (Ngunnawal, ACT 07.10.1988)
- Mark French (Elwood, VIC 13.10.1984)
- Shane Kelly (Ararat, VIC 07.01.1972)
- Ben Kersten (Kiama, NSW 21.09.1981)
- Shane Perkins (Hughesdale, VIC 31.12.1986)
- Scott Sunderland (Hillarys, WA 16.03.1988)
Women - Sprint Team
- Kaarle McCulloch (Gymea Bay, NSW 20.01.1988)
Women - Endurance Team
- Katherine Bates (Northmead, NSW 18.05.1982
- Belinda Goss (TAS, 06.01.1984)
- Katie Mactier (St Kilda, VIC 23.02.1975)
Men - Endurance Team
- Jack Bobridge (Mt Pleasant, SA 13.07.1989)
- Graeme Brown (Menai, NSW 09.04.1979)
- Leigh Howard (Waurn Ponds, VIC 18.10.1989)
- Mark Jamieson (Acacia Hills , TAS 04.05.1984)
- Bradley McGee Wentworthville, NSW 24.02.1976)
- Cameron Meyer (Helena Valley, WA 11.01.1988)
- Luke Roberts (Walkerville , SA 25.01.1977)
- Phillip Thuaux ( Point Clare, NSW 09.07.1979)