Ashlee Ankudinoff

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Ashlee Ankudinoff
Ashlee Ankudinoff.jpg
Personal information
Born (1990-08-20) 20 August 1990 (age 26)
Sydney, Australia
Team information
Discipline Road & Track
Role Rider
Amateur team(s)
St George CC

Ashlee Ankudinoff (born 20 August 1990)[1] is an Australian professional racing cyclist.

Biography[edit]

Ankudinoff was born in Sydney, New South Wales.[1] She began competitive cycling at the age of fifteen on the road.[1]

Ankudinoff was a member of the gold medal winning team pursuit squad, and also took the victory in the individual pursuit at the UCI Junior Track World Championships in 2008.[1]

Career highlights[edit]

2008
1st Pursuit, UCI Track World Championships (Junior)
1st Team Pursuit, UCI Track World Championships (Junior) with Megan Dunn & Sarah Kent
2nd Team Pursuit, UCI Track Cycling World Cup Classics
2nd Pursuit, Australian National Track Championships (Junior)
2nd Team Pursuit, Australian National Track Championships (Elite)
2009
1st Points Race, Oceania Championships
1st Team Pursuit, Oceania Championships
2nd Individual pursuit, Australian National Track Championships
3rd Team pursuit, Round 2, Track World Cup, Melbourne
3rd Team Pursuit, UCI Track World Championships
2010
1st Omnium Australian National Track Championships
1st Team Pursuit, UCI Track World Championships
2011
1st Omnium, Oceania Championships
1st Scratch Race, Oceania Championships
2012
1st Team Pursuit, Oceania Championships
1st Scratch Race, Oceania Championships
1st Points Race, Oceania Championships
1st Individual Pursuit, Oceania Championships
2nd Team Pursuit, Track Cycling World Cup Glasgow
2014
1st Omnium Australian National Track Championships[2]
2016
Oceania Track Championships
1st OceaniaChampionJersey.png Individual Pursuit
1st OceaniaChampionJersey.png Team pursuit (with Amy Cure, Annette Edmondson and Alexandra Manly)
3rd Madison (with Josie Talbot)
2017
2nd Individual Pursuit, UCI World Track Championships

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "Rider Profiles: Ashlee Ankudinoff". Cycling Australia. 
  2. ^ "News shorts: Greg LeMond for Tour Down Under". cyclingnews.com. 22 December 2014. Retrieved 23 December 2014. 

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