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Record Entry for Australian National Championships

More riders than ever to contest road and time trial titles

 

Cycling Australia Website

The women's event will see 58 riders vie for the honour of wearing the green and gold national champion's jersey in 2006. The field is full of world class talent headed by world ranked number one Oenone Wood, Athens Olympic road champion, Sara Carrigan, sisters Kate and Natalie Bates, Olivia Gollan and 2005 Geelong World Cup winner, Rochelle Gilmore all out to impress.

In the time trial world ranked number one Oenone Wood is on track for her third straight victory in the women's event. The time trial is a selection race for the Melbourne Commonwealth Games with the winner securing automatic nomination for the event in March. Two time World Cup Series champion Wood is the top seed but she'll face some tough competition from the likes of Athens Olympic road champion, Sara Carrigan, sisters Kate and Natalie Bates, Olivia Gollan and Barcelona Olympic champion, Kathryn Watt.

The Australian Open Road Championships are being staged in and around the the Adelaide Hills town of Mt Torrens.

Wednesday 11th January 2006 - 10:00am - Time Trials (Women 27km Men 40km)
Thursday 12th January 2005 - Rest Day
Friday 13th January 2005 - 10:00am - Women's Road Race 97.5km (5 laps)
Saturday 14th January 2005 - 10:00am - Men's Elite and Men's U23 Road Race 175.5km (9 laps) 

 

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