Achievements

The Cycling Australia/AIS Cycling program has a long history of success at the Olympic and Commonwealth Games and World Championship level. This includes:

Olympic Games

  • 2012 - one gold, two silver and three bronze
  • 2008 - one silver medal
  • 2004 - six gold, two silver and two bronze medals
  • 2000 - one gold, two silver and three bronze medals
  • 1996 - one silver and four bronze medals
  • 1992 - one gold and four silver medals
  • 1988 - two silver and two bronze medals

World Championships

  • 2013 - Track: two gold, two silver and four bronze
  • 2012 - Track: six gold, six silver and three bronze
  • 2011 - Track: eight gold, two silver and one bronze
  • 2010 - Track: six gold, two silver and two bronze
  • 2009 - Track: four gold, four silver and two bronze
  • 2008 - Track: one silver and three bronze medals. Road: one bronze medal
  • 2007 - Track: two gold and four bronze.
  • 2006 - Track: one gold, two silver and two bronze medals.
  • 2005 - Track: one gold, three silver and five bronze medals. Road: one gold and one bronze medal
  • 2004 - Track: two gold, two silver and one bronze medal. Road: one gold medal
  • 2003 - Track: one gold and seven silver medals. Road: one silver medal

Commonwealth Games

  • 2010 - twelve gold, three silver and two bronze
  • 2006 - eleven gold, eight silver and five bronze medals
  • 2002 - ten gold, seven silver and six bronze medals
  • 1998 - eight gold, five silver and three bronze medals
  • 1994 - nine gold, three silver and four bronze medals
  • 1990 - four gold, five silver and three bronze medals

Professional road teams have also been impressed with AIS scholarship holders, signing over 30 men and more than 10 women since the AIS Road Cycling program began. Former scholarship holders Stuart O'Grady, Brad McGee and Robbie McEwen have all been stage winners in the Tour de France with Robbie winning the sprinters green jersey in 2002.

Cyclists to come through the AIS include Shane Kelly, Darryn Hill, Brett Aitken, Gary Neiwand, Scott McGrory, Sean Eadie, Stuart O'Grady, Brad McGee, Kathy Watt, Jobie Djaka, Dean Woods, Michelle Ferris, Anna Millward, Graham Brown, Luke Roberts, Robbie McEwen, Cadel Evans, Lucy Tyler-Sharman, Brett Lancaster, Steve McGlede, Peter Dawson, Mark Renshaw, Anna and Kerrie Meares, Ryan Bayley, Oenone Wood, Sarah Carrigan, Kate Bates and Alexis Rhodes.

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