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World Road Championships Selections

Selections have been made by various National Federations for the World Road Championships in Madrid 21st - 26th September 2005.


Katherine Bates RR
Natalie Bates RR
Sara Carrigan RR & TT
Olivia Gollan RR
Helen Kelly RR
Oenone Wood RR & TT
(Reserves : Emma Rickards, Rochelle Gilmore)


Great Britain

Nicole Cooke

Rachel Heal

Helen Wyman 

Charlotte Goldsmith 

Emma Pooley

Catherine Hare 

Non-travelling reserve Leda Cox



Siobhan Dervan


New Zealand

Road Race: 

Tammy Boyd

Toni Bradshaw

Johanna Buick

Michelle Hyland

Joanne Kiesanowski

Sarah Ulmer

Reserves - Melissa Holt, 

Michelle Kiesanowski, Dale Tye

Ulmer out of Worlds - from Cycling New Zealand

Sarah Ulmer has withdrawn from the team to compete in the World Road Championships after a stomach virus compromised her build up. Ulmer has stated that she did not want to compete if she could not be at 100% believing she would only be at about 60% on the day. Ulmer has had a heavy commitment schedule recently travelling back to NZ and then to Fiji for the launch of her women's bike brand - SUB (Sarah Ulmer Brand).

Ulmer will be replaced in the team by Melissa Holt.

Individual Time Trial: 

Sarah Ulmer

Melissa Holt



Kristin Armstrong

Christine Thorburn

Amber Neben

Kathryn Curi 

Tina Pic

Laura Van Gilder

Kori Seehafer




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