'Testers' required for Australian National Team
Bid to bolster TT chances for Beijing launched with call for applications
Time trialling at such a level that specialism in training and approach required for success
AIS National Talent Identification and
The National Talent Identification and Development Program (NTID) of the Australian Sports Commission in conjunction with the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) Women’s Road Cycling Program are seeking highly trained, motivated, extraordinary females with a passion to compete in Women’s Road Cycling Time Trialling.
This event is on the Olympic calendar for Beijing and the programme are seeking females who think they have what it takes to make it in this tough event and can quickly make the transition to Women’s Road Cycling Time Trialling.
Written applications are required by Friday 1 December 2007.
Applicants will need to provide contact details, physiological details including test data is possessed, performance details and results (in sports other than cycling if not a cyclist). Reasons for the application also need to be provided; why the applicant thinks they have what it takes to be an international athlete in this specialism.
consideration will be invited for testing at the AIS (Canberra) in
mid-December and must be available to compete in the Australian National TT
Championships in January 2007.
Oenone Wood starts her Australian National Champion, Kathy Watt
World Championship ride in in action at the World Championships
in Salzburg 2007 in Salzburg 2007
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