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Month: December 2015

High5 Dream Team Season Review: Jess Mundy

Jess Mundy had a big year in 2015 representing the team both in Australia and Europe, while winning the 2015 Australian Madison Championships (with Nettie Edmondson) and the U23 Oceania Championships Road Race along the way. Q. What was your highlight of 2015? What was your favourite National Road Series race? A. The Battle on the Border was my favourite tour for the NRS as we managed to have some great results as a team. We all worked really well together on the last stage of the event and capped it off as High 5 Dream Team took out...

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Georgia Baker Wins Team Pursuit Gold In New Zealand

Georgia Baker represented Australia in the Team Pursuit at the Track World Cup last week in New Zealand, coming home with the gold medal after beating Canada in the final. It was a close battle but the Australian team of world champions Ashlee Ankudinoff and Amy Cure with Isabella King and Georgia Baker claimed gold in 4mins 18.213secs. Australia took the early advantage and lead by four tenths of a second after the opening kilometre before Canada clawed their way back to lead by less than a tenth at the half way point. It was then Australia who turned...

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Kimberley Wells Wins 2015 Launceston Cycling Classic Criterium!

Kimberley Wells (High5 Dream Team) has defended her MyState Launceston Cycling Classic crown in style, saluting the sky after beating Sarah Roy (Orica-AIS) and team-mate Kendelle Hodges in front of large Launceston crowds. The national criterium champion positioned herself perfectly on the final climb, sprinting away to finish just ahead of a fast closing Roy. “It is really great to take the win today in the green and gold,” exclaimed Canberra-based Wells. “I launched relatively early on the final climb. I took a moment or two of respite around the ‘peanut gallery’, as they were calling it, before I...

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Kendelle Hodges Third In Launceston Cycling Classic Kermesse

High5 Dream Team’s Kendelle Hodges has sprinted to third place in the Launceston Cycling Classic kermesse after a late attack from Chloe McConville earned her the win today in Longford. Hodges and her teammate Lauren Perry were part of a four-rider break that enjoyed a large gap over the peloton, but the duo were put under intense pressure after Orica-AIS rider Sarah Roy joined the quartet, leaving Hodges outnumbered in the finale. “I was outclassed by some really great riders,” admitted High5 Dream Team’s Kendelle Hodges. “It was a bit challenging being on my own at the end there...

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