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Emma Davies Jones - still aiming for Melbourne 2006

Injured British track star and pro road racer sets sights on Commonwealth Games


Team Vlaanderen website

Emma Davies Jones is recovering well from the accident in October which put her in hospital according to a variety of reports. Initially it was feared that she had suffered severe spinal injuries, but a later, more positive prognosis, plus a lot of determination were with her. Davies was soon released from hospital - much sooner than originally expected.

Emma has been staying with her parents and undertaking a hefty physiotherapy programme. Such has been her progress that she is once again focussing upon the Commonwealth Games, to be held in Melbourne in March 2006.

As a professional with the Vlaanderen-Capri Son women's team in Belgium, Davies Jones rides the road - her last victory was in April when she took the Hoogstraten-Wortel race in Belgium. However, Davies Jones is also regularly seen in Great Britain colours on the track in the endurance events. Her track World Cup record is impressive, with a multitude of medals, whilst she has been aiming for a medal in World Championships for several years.


Emma Davies racing in Vlaanderen colours earlier in 2005

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