Australia is on top of the world following a glittering final night of the UCI Track World Championship which saw Anna Meares become the most successful female track cyclist in history.
It was a display of pure pursuiting brilliance by Ashlee Ankudinoff, Amy Cure, Annette Edmondson and Melissa Hoskins as they soared to Australia‘s first world title of the 2015 UCI Track Cycling Championships.
Australia claimed its first medal of the UCI Track World Championships through Anna Meares and Kaarle McCulloch in the women’s team sprint.
The Velodrome National in Paris will be awash with Aussie green and gold on the opening day of the 2015 UCI Track World Championships.
On the eve of her 12th World Championships campaign, ten-time world champion Anna Meares isn’t putting any additional pressure on herself.
CYCLING: The National Track Team for the 2015 UCI World Track Championships in Paris announced.
CYCLING: Australia’s ‘best on track’ will be on show at the 2015 Track National Championships.
CYCLE: Youngster Scott Law won Australia's only medal on the closing day of the Track Cycling World Cup in London as the big guns of the team failed to fully fire.
CYCLING: Anna Meares is returning to the London velodrome where she won Olympic gold two years ago as the sprint queen continues preparing for the Rio Games.
CYCLING - TRACK: Matthew Glaetzer's (SA) men's sprint gold and third fastest 'Flying 200m' in history punctuated a successful start for Australia to the 2014/15 UCI Track World Cup Series.