Team Australia for Cambridge

The Australian team has arrived in Cambridge ahead of round four of the 2019-2020 Track Cycling World Cup from December 6-8.

Reigning men’s team pursuit world record holders Sam Welsford, Alex Porter, Kelland O’Brien, Leigh Howard and Cameron Scott are confirmed, as are Ashlee Ankudinoff, Annette Edmondson, Georgia Baker and Alexandra Manly in the women’s.

Nine-time career world champion Cameron Meyer will also feature in the endurance events. 2019 team sprint world champion Stephanie Morton headlines the sprinting contingent, along with 2018 sprint world champion Matthew Glaetzer and Rio Olympian Nathan Hart.

In superb signs for the next generation, four of the country’s developing athletes from the Australian Cycling Team’s Podium Potential Academy in Matthew Richardson, Tom Cornish, Maeve Plouffe and Caitlin Ward have been selected.


nine time !! career world champion Cameron Meyer

women and men sprint
Stephanie Morton – reigning team sprint world champion
Caitlin Ward – dual reigning national champion, Podium Potential Academy Member

Matthew Glaetzer – 2018 sprint world champion
Nathan Hart – 2018 World Cup gold medallist
Matthew Richardson – Podium Potential Academy Member
Tom Cornish – 2018 junior world champion; Podium Potential Academy Member

women and men endurance
Ashlee Ankudinoff – reigning individual & team pursuit world champion Nettie Edmondson – reigning team pursuit world champion
Amy Cure — reigning team pursuit world champion
Georgia Baker – reigning team pursuit world champion
Alexandra Manly – reigning points race & team pursuit world champion Maeve Plouffe – reigning Oceania champion, Podium Potential Academy Member

Sam Welsford – reigning scratch & team pursuit world champion
Alex Porter – reigning team pursuit world champion
Kelland O’Brien – reigning team pursuit world champion
Leigh Howard – reigning team pursuit world champion
Cameron Meyer – nine-time career world champion
Cam Scott – reigning team pursuit world champion