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2019 TEAM PURSUIT WORLD CHAMPIONS

    Photo © Casey Gibson Moments after cheering their male counterparts to team pursuit glory, Ashlee Ankudinoff (NSW), Amy Cure (TAS), Annette Edmondson (SA) and Georgia Baker (TAS) completed the prestigious double by claiming the women’s crown. Fastest qualifiers on Wednesday (4:14.915), the quartet subbed in Alexandra Manly – who celebrated her twenty-third birthday

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5th in the World

image via Casey Gibson In just her fifth international competition in the new four-race format, Annette Edmondson finished fifth in the women’s omnium. The South Australian opened her campaign with a controlled second place in the scratch race before a tenth place in the tempo race placed fourth overall at the halfway mark of the

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“I have found that spark again.” -Track Worlds Looming

In ominous words for her rivals, dual 2015 world champion Annette Edmondson has revealed she has rediscovered her love for track cycling as she embarks on her 2019 UCI Track World championships campaign. “I found that spark again, a spark I haven’t had for a long time and I’m really excited to be back,” said

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Edmondson snatches World Cup GOLD

2015 world champion and 2012 Olympic bronze medallist Annette Edmondson returned to the top step of the omnium podium at the New Zealand Track World Cup with a controlled victory in the women’s event.   Edmondson opened her account in the four-race omnium with a win in the scratch race, before taking fourth in the tempo. Victory

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Cure & Edmondson win Madison silver

In just their second race as a pairing, Amy Cure and Annette Edmondson delivered Madison silver for Australia at the fourth round of the UCI Track World Cup in London. In a final marred by a crash which forced both Russia and the United States to withdraw, the British pairing of Kenny and Archibald exerted

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3rd in California

Wiggle High5 Pro Cycling’s Nettie Edmondson took her first UCI Women’s WorldTour podium since returning to the road after the Commonwealth Games as the opening stage of the tour of California finished in the expected bunch sprint. The South Australian crossed the line in third place, behind Kendall Ryan (Tibco-SVB) and Emma White (Rally Cycling)

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Success at Race Melbourne

Wiggle High5 Pro Cycling’s Nettie Edmondson has won the Towards Zero Race Melbourne, the 63.6km criterium around the Victorian capital’s Albert Park. The 26-year-old Adelaidean took her second victory of 2018 in a photo finish ahead of Italian former teammate Giorgia Bronzini (Cylance Pro Cycling), with American Kendall Ryan (Tibco-Silicon Valley Bank) in third. “Today

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Update + Clearwipe Antifog

In September, 2017, my life lacked clarity. All had gone well for the first half of the European racing season, but the latter came to an abrupt halt. I had unfortunately come down with illness and needed time to work out what was wrong. Coincidently, September also marked the beginning of my partnership with Clearwipe

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Nettie wins at Tour Down Under!

Wiggle High5 Pro Cycling’s Nettie Edmondson has won the opening stage of the Santos Women’s Tour Down Under, in Gumeracha, in the Adelaide Hills, South Australia, in a fast bunch sprint. The 26-year-old Adelaidean outpaced former black and orange teammate Giorgia Bronzini (Cylance Pro Cycling) at the finish, to cross the line more than a

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Croatia Travel Blog

Croatia – Splitsko Dalmatinska in 10 Days Day 1 After a cozy night’s sleep at Summer Lime Real BnB, we were awoken to the sound of city church bells. After a quick omlette – the ‘Jess’ Special’, we hopped on the bus outside our BnB and were in town within ten minutes. Our first purchase

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ABOUT ME

Annette Edmondson (born 12 December 1991 in Adelaide) is an Australian cyclist who races on both the track, and on the road as part of Australia’s professional women’s road cycling team, Orica-AIS.

Annette recently won gold and silver medals at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow alongside her younger brother Alex. Annette also competed at the 2012 Olympics where she won bronze in the women’s omnium.

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