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Sarah Gigante
Riders to watch in 2021 – Sarah Gigante, 17 December 2020
Sarah Gigante burst onto the cycling scene at the start of 2019, when she sensationally won the Aussie road race at the tender age of 19. Before that point, most outside of her native Australia hadn’t really heard of her, but all that changed one sunny day in Buninyong, where she defeated the might of Mitchelton-Scott. “The National Championships are definitely my favourite event ever, and I don’t think it will ever be easy ...

Sarah Gigante,
17 December 2020

Corredores a seguir en 2021 – Sarah Gigante
Sarah Gigante irrumpió con fuerza en la escena ciclística a comienzos de 2019, cuando se llevó el nacional australiano con apenas 19 años. Antes de eso, casi nadie fuera de su país la conocía, algo que lógicamente cambió esa jornada en Buninyong, donde derrotó al poderoso Mitchelton-Scott. “El campe

Sarah Gigante
12 November 2020

Has smashed Melbourne’s 1 in 20 QOM … and she’s not done yet
On Wednesday morning Australian time trial champion (and VeloClub member) Sarah Gigante (Tibco-SVB) went on a rampage in the Dandenong Ranges east of Melbourne, setting new climbing records on two of the city’s most well-loved climbs.

Leah Dixon
30 June 2020

Feature Q&A: Leah Dixon (Womens VTour winner)
Winner in 2019 of the Tour of Reservoir, and on the podium at the Tour of Yorkshire, winner of the 2020 Women’s V-Tour Leah Dixon gives us an insight into her eRacing

Emily Newsom
20 March 2020

How one pianist became a pro cyclist at 34
I first got to know Emily Newsom through a clip on Sarah Gigante’s Instagram Stories. Emily was playing the piano after finishing a gruelling edition of Omloop Het Nieuwsblad. Besides being a pro cyclist with Team Tibco-SVB, Emily teaches piano and is a mum to five-year-old Marijke. We agreed to mee

Shannon Malseed
6 February 2020

On her Bay Crits crash and the importance of staying positive
Shannon Malseed’s season didn’t start as planned. On January 4, she crashed heavily on the final lap of stage 2 of the Bay Crits, fracturing her scapula and a vertebra. It looked like it could have been a lot worse — the 2018 Australian champion spent more than an hour on the ground as paramedics tr


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