Australian National Road Race Championships

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The Champion's Jersey

The Australian National Road Race Championships, are held annually with an event for each category of rider: Men, Women & under 23 riders. The event also includes the Australian National Time Trial Championships since 2002. The Australian Championships were officially known as the Scody Australian Open Road Cycling Championships from 1999 to 2010, taking the name of their main sponsor. This changed to the Mars Cycling Australia Road National Championships from 2011 but they are more commonly referred to as The Nationals.[1] The under 23 championships were introduced in 2001. Note that these results do not currently include the senior and junior amateur road race championships that were held prior to the open era.

The winners of each event are awarded with a symbolic cycling jersey featuring green and yellow stripes, which can be worn by the rider at other road racing events in the country to show their status as national champion. The champion's stripes can be combined into a sponsored rider's team kit design for this purpose.

From 1901 to 1939 the title of long distance road champion of Australia was awarded to the fastest time in the Warrnambool to Melbourne Classic over 165 miles (266 km). Riders attended from all over Australia and New Zealand.[2] From 1902 the fastest NSW rider in the Goulburn to Sydney Classic was selected to appear for NSW.[3][4] In 1927 the Warrnambool to Melbourne was replaced by the Dunlop Grand Prix, a 690.5 miles (1,111.3 km) race over four stages.[5][6] In 1934 the Warrnambool to Melbourne was again replaced by a stage race, the Centenary 1000, a 1,102 miles (1,773 km) race over seven stages.[7] From 1947 to 1949 the title of long distance road champion of Australia was awarded at a sprint point 150 miles (240 km) into the Warrnambool to Melbourne Classic. In 1950 the first separate event was held at Cronulla, NSW.[8]

The women's event was first held in 1978.[9]

Multiple winners[edit]

Men[edit]

Elite[edit]

Year Gold Time Silver Bronze Distance Location Ref.
1901  Andy Ralston (NZ) [n 1] 9h 00' 30" AE Nioa DD Alexander 165 mi (266 km) Warrnambool, Vic [11]
1902 HG O’Callaghan, Vic 8h 46' 23" AE Nioa  Andy Ralston (NZ) [n 1] 165 mi (266 km) Warrnambool, Vic [12]
1903  Jack Arnst (NZ) [n 1] 7h 43' 00"  Richard Arnst (NZ) C Gee 165 mi (266 km) Warrnambool, Vic [13]
1904 Tom Larcombe, NSW 7h 48' 07" J Wright, Vic  Harold Henderson (NZ) [n 1] 165 mi (266 km) Warrnambool, Vic [14]
1905 William Hawley, Vic 7h 52' 26" HW Viney, Tas C Baulderstone, SA 165 mi (266 km) Warrnambool, Vic [15]
1906  H Mehrtens (NZ) [n 1] 8h 53' 52"  A Birch (NZ)  A Humm (NZ) 165 mi (266 km) Warrnambool, Vic [16]
1907 Tom Larcombe, NSW 7h 40' 10" E Birch MB Dobie 165 mi (266 km) Warrnambool, Vic [17]
1908 M Chappell, Vic 7h 46' 27" O Pearne, Tas HT Munro 165 mi (266 km) Warrnambool, Vic [18]
1909 Iddo "Snowy" Munro, Vic 7h 12' 51" Albert H. Pianto, Vic Thomas "Jeb" Gascoyne, Vic 165 mi (266 km) Warrnambool, Vic [19]
1910 Joe Pianto, WA 9h 30' 46" J McSweeney, WA HC Colvin 165 mi (266 km) Warrnambool, Vic [20][21]
1911  Phil O'Shea (NZ) [n 1] 8h 08' 44" Albert H. Pianto, WA  J Tozer (NZ) 165 mi (266 km) Warrnambool, Vic [22][23]
1912-1921 Not held
1922  Phil O'Shea (NZ) [n 1] 8h 59' 08" Don Kirkham, (Vic) LC "Bowie" Stevens, Vic 165 mi (266 km) Warrnambool, Vic [24]
1923  Phil O'Shea (NZ) [n 1] 7h 51' 41" Jack J Beasley, Vic Ernie Bainbridge, Vic 165 mi (266 km) Warrnambool, Vic [25]
1924 Hubert Opperman, Vic 7h 15' 37" Ernie Bainbridge, Vic TJ Robinson, SA 165 mi (266 km) Warrnambool, Vic [26]
1925 Harold Smith, WA 7h 25' 01" Jack J Beasley, Vic AR White, NSW 165 mi (266 km) Warrnambool, Vic [27]
1926 Hubert Opperman, Vic 7h 36' 10" Harold Smith, WA George McLeod, Vic 165 mi (266 km) Warrnambool, Vic [28]
1927 Hubert Opperman, Vic 40h 41' 34"  Harry Watson (NZ) [n 1] Ernie Bainbridge, Vic 691 mi (1,112 km) Victoria [5] [6]
1928 Not held
1929 Hubert Opperman, Vic 8h 07' 10" George McLeod, Vic Horrie Marshall, WA 165 mi (266 km) Warrnambool, Vic [29][30][31]
1930 Richard Lamb, Vic 8h 20' 10" Hubert Opperman, Vic Ken Ross, NSW 165 mi (266 km) Warrnambool, Vic [32]
1931 Matt Lynch, Vic 6h 31' 28" Allan Oram, Vic Herbert Withal, Vic 165 mi (266 km) Warrnambool, Vic [33]
1932 Richard Lamb, Vic 6h 21' 18" Ossie Nicholson, Vic 165 mi (266 km) Warrnambool, Vic [34]
1933 Hefty Stuart, Vic 6h 27' 56" Hubert Opperman, Vic Richard Lamb, Vic 165 mi (266 km) Warrnambool, Vic [35]
1934 Harry Cruise, Vic 53h 30' 33"  Harry Watson (NZ) [n 1] Richard Lamb, Vic 1,000 mi (1,600 km) Victoria (Australia) [7]
1935 Clinton Beasley, Vic 6h 24' 36" Richard Lamb, Vic Dean Toseland, SA 165 mi (266 km) Warrnambool, Vic [36]
1936 Alan Angus, Vic 6h 44' 50" Clinton Beasley, Vic Dean Toseland, SA 165 mi (266 km) Warrnambool, Vic [37]
1937 Alan Angus, Vic 7h 19' 09" Clinton Beasley, Vic  Lloyd Thomas (NZ) 165 mi (266 km) Warrnambool, Vic [38]
1938 Dean Toseland, SA 6h 44' 53" Keith Thurgood, SA J Christison, NSW 165 mi (266 km) Warrnambool, Vic [39]
1939 Dean Toseland, SA 8h 18' 06" Bill Moritz, SA Keith Thurgood, SA 165 mi (266 km) Warrnambool, Vic [40]
1940-1946 Not held
1947 Keith Rowley, Vic 6h 20' 50" 150 mi (240 km) Warrnambool, Vic [41]
1948 Keith McFarlane, Vic 6h 23' 02" Graham Stabell Max Rowley, Vic 150 mi (240 km) Warrnambool, Vic [42]
1949 Alby Saunders, Vic 5h 44' 55" Graham Stabell Eddie Smith, Vic 150 mi (240 km) Warrnambool, Vic [43]
1950 Keith Rowley, Vic 5h 55' 20" Harold Johnson, NSW Stan Bonney, Vic 125 mi (201 km) Cronulla, NSW [8]
1951 John Beasley, Vic 6h 10' 48" Graham Stabell Peter Anthony 125 mi (201 km) Templestowe, Vic [44]
1952 Neil Peadon, NSW 6h 21' 36" Graham Stabell Max Rowley, Vic 125 mi (201 km) Centennial Park, NSW [45]
1953 Alby Saunders, Vic 5h 40' 52" Hector Sutherland, Vic Neil Peadon, NSW 125 mi (201 km) Launceston, Tas [46]
1954 Eddie Smith, Vic 5h 45' 58" Hector Sutherland, Vic Angelo Catalano 125 mi (201 km) Ringwood, Vic [47]
1955 Eddie Smith, Vic Murray French Ronald Murray 125 mi (201 km) Centennial Park, NSW [48]
1956 Russell Mockridge 6h 18' 22" Eddie Smith, Vic Viv Blazely 125 mi (201 km) Hobart, Tas [10]
1957 Russell Mockridge 6h 24' 35" James Taylor Peter Panton 125 mi (201 km) Melbourne, Vic [10]
1958 Russell Mockridge Peter Panton Barry Waddell [10]
1959 Fred Roche 5h 45' 18" Sid Patterson John Young 125 mi (201 km) Colac, Vic [10]
1960 Fred Roche John Young Bill Knevitt [10]
1961 Neville Veale Bill Knevitt Fred Roche [10]
1962 John O'Sullivan Alan McLennan Kerry Hoole [10]
1963  Warwick Dalton (NZ) 6h 07' 00" Kerry Hoole John Young 125 mi (201 km) Mount Gambier, SA [10]
1964 Barry Waddell Bill Lawrie Sid Patterson [10]
1965 Matt Martino Barry Walker John Young [10]
1966 Kerry Hoole Ian Campbell Glen Birmingham [10]
1967 Graeme Gilmore Keith Oliver, Jr. Kerry Hoole Lithgow, NSW [10]
1968 Barry Waddell Kerry Hoole Keith Oliver, Jr. [10]
1969 Robert Whetters Tony Kelliher Kerry Hoole [10]
1970 Graham McVilly Keith Oliver, Jr. Alan Goodchild [10]
1971 Graham McVilly Kerry Hoole Jeffery Hartley [10]
1972 Kevin Spencer Frank Atkins Kerry Hoole [10]
1973 Kerry Hoole Henk Vogels, Sr. Vic Adams [10]
1974 Graham Rowley Vic Adams Warren Rudd [10]
1975 Donald Wilson Bruce Hunt Mike Dye [10]
1976 Peter Besanko 5h 04' 21" Graham McVilly Tony Branchflower [10]
1977 Donal Wilson John Trevorrow [10]
1978 John Trevorrow Graeme Hodgkiss Shane Bartley [10]
1979 John Trevorrow David Allan Terry Hammond [10]
1980 John Trevorrow Peter Besanko Terry Stacey [10]
1981 Clyde Sefton John Trevorrow David Allan [10]
1982  Wayne Hildred (NZ) Terry Hammond Peter Besanko [10]
1983 Terry Hammond 6h 00' 55" Clyde Sefton Shane Sutton 200 km (120 mi) Surfers Paradise, Qld [10]
1984 Peter Besanko Jim Krynen Shane Sutton [10]
1985 Laurie Venn Murray Hall Wayne Nicholls 200 km (120 mi) Melbourne, Vic [10]
1986  Wayne Hildred (NZ) Michael Lynch Anthony Hughes [10]
1987 Allan Dipple  Wayne Hildred (NZ) Paul Miller [10]
1988 Paul Miller Michael Lynch Paul Rugari [10]
1989 Gary Clively Eddy Salas Scott Steward [10]
1990 Dean McDonald Eddy Salas Malcolm Van Unen Launceston, Tas [10]
1991 Neil Stephens Peter Besanko Marcus Burns [10]
1992 David McFarlane Gavin Parsonage Tim Jamieson [10]
1993 Eddy Salas Gavin Parsonage Peter Besanko [10]
1994 Allan Iacuone Danny Clark Jamie Kelly [10]
1995 Neil Stephens Scott McGrory Damien Forster [10]
1996 Nick Gates 5h 01' 50" Damien McDonald Eddy Salas 200 km (120 mi) Centennial Park, NSW [49]
1997 Jonathan Hall 4h 17' 04" Tristan Priem Steve Williams 160 km (99 mi) Perth, WA [50]
1998 David McKenzie 4h 38' 16" Tom Leaper Eddy Salas 188 km (117 mi) Melbourne, Vic [51]
1999 Henk Vogels 4h 42' 41" Stuart O'Grady Jamie Drew 195 km (121 mi) Portarlington, Vic [52]
2000 Jamie Drew 4h 58' 56" Scott Sunderland Robbie McEwen 195 km (121 mi) Portarlington, Vic [n 2][53]
2001 Steve Williams 4h 50' 35" Cameron Hughes Matthew Wilson 195 km (121 mi) Portarlington, Vic [54]
2002 Robbie McEwen 4h 46' 18" Nathan O'Neill Robert Tighello 180 km (110 mi) Ballarat, Vic [55]
2003 Stuart O'Grady 4h 51' 37" Allan Davis Patrick Jonker 180 km (110 mi) Ballarat, Vic [56]
2004 Matthew Wilson 4h 47' 43" Robert McLachlan David McKenzie 180 km (110 mi) Ballarat, Vic [57]
2005 Robbie McEwen 4h 10' 13" Robert McLachlan Paul Crake 182 km (113 mi) Mount Torrens, SA [58]
2006 Russell Van Hout 4h 09' 17" Adam Hansen Henk Vogels 176 km (109 mi) Mount Torrens, SA [59]
2007 Darren Lapthorne 4h 16' 18" Robert McLachlan Karl Menzies 163 km (101 mi) Ballarat, Vic [60]
2008 Matthew Lloyd 4h 13' 22" Adam Hansen Rory Sutherland 163 km (101 mi) Ballarat, Vic [61]
2009 Peter McDonald 4h 10' 34" Michael Rogers Adam Hansen 163 km (101 mi) Ballarat, Vic [62]
2010 Travis Meyer 4h 26' 31" David Kemp Damien Turner 163 km (101 mi) Ballarat, Vic [63]
2011 Jack Bobridge 4h 12' 42" Matthew Goss Simon Gerrans 163 km (101 mi) Ballarat, Vic [64]
2012 Simon Gerrans 4h 07' 38" Matthew Lloyd Richie Porte 163 km (101 mi) Ballarat, Vic [65]
2013 Luke Durbridge 4h 00' 46" Michael Matthews Steele Von Hoff 196 km (122 mi) Ballarat, Vic [66]
2014 Simon Gerrans 4h 43' 43" Cadel Evans Richie Porte 184 km (114 mi) Ballarat, Vic [67]
2015 Heinrich Haussler 4h 47' 24" Caleb Ewan Neil Van Der Ploeg 183 km (114 mi) Ballarat, Vic [68]
2016 Jack Bobridge 4h 40' 30" Cameron Meyer Patrick Lane 183 km (114 mi) Ballarat, Vic [69]
2017 Miles Scotson 4h 37' 55" Simon Gerrans Nathan Haas 183 km (114 mi) Ballarat, Vic [70]
2018 Alexander Edmondson 4h 54' 27" Jay McCarthy Chris Harper 183 km (114 mi) Ballarat, Vic [71]
2019 Michael Freiberg 4h 44' 48" Chris Harper Cameron Meyer 185.6 km (115.3 mi) Ballarat, Vic [72]

Under 23[edit]

Year Gold Time Silver Bronze Distance Location Ref.
2000 Andrew Stalder 5h 00' 52" Simon Gerrans 195 km (121 mi) Portarlington, Vic [53]
2001 Graeme Brown 4h 51' 18" John Freiberg 195 km (121 mi) Portarlington, Vic [54]
2002 Simon Gerrans 4h 49' 24" Adrian Laidler Allan Davis 180 km (110 mi) Ballarat, Vic [55]
2003 Gene Bates 4h 53' 33" David McPartland Adrian Laidler 180 km (110 mi) Ballarat, Vic [56]
2004 Rory Sutherland 4h 55' 36" William Walker Andrew Wyper 180 km (110 mi) Ballarat, Vic [57]
2005 Christopher Sutton 4h 16' 30" William Walker Daniel Newnham 182 km (113 mi) Mount Torrens, SA [73]
2006 William Walker 4h 9' 17" Wesley Sulzberger Jonathan Clarke 175.5 km (109.1 mi) Mount Torrens, SA [74]
2007 Wesley Sulzberger 3h 15' 00" Cameron Meyer Simon Clarke 122 km (76 mi) Ballarat, Vic [75]
2008 Simon Clarke 3h 20' 33" Matt King Mark O'Brien 122 km (76 mi) Ballarat, Vic [76]
2009 Jack Bobridge 3h 12' 48" Michael Matthews &

Mark O'Brien [n 3]

122 km (76 mi) Ballarat, Vic [77]
2010 Michael Hepburn 3h 20' 07" Malcolm Rudolph Michael Matthews 122 km (76 mi) Ballarat, Vic [78]
2011 Ben Dyball 3h 22' 05" Nathan Haas Joseph Lewis 122 km (76 mi) Ballarat, Vic [79]
2012 Rohan Dennis 3h 04' 41" Eric Sheppard Calvin Watson 122 km (76 mi) Ballarat, Vic [80]
2013 Jordan Kerby 3h 19' 48" Damien Howson Jack Haig 138 km (86 mi) Ballarat, Vic [81]
2014 Caleb Ewan 3h 23' 31" Robert Power Bradley Linfield 133 km (83 mi) Ballarat, Vic [82]
2015 Miles Scotson 3h 22' 57" Alexander Edmondson Alistair Donohoe 133 km (83 mi) Ballarat, Vic [83]
2016 Chris Hamilton 3h 29' 23" Lucas Hamilton Miles Scotson 133 km (83 mi) Ballarat, Vic [84]
2017 Samuel Jenner 3h 27' 52" Alexander Porter Lucas Hamilton 133 km (83 mi) Ballarat, Vic [85]
2018 Cyrus Monk 3h 21' 19" James Whelan Michael Potter 92.8 km (57.7 mi) Ballarat, Vic [86]
2019 Nicholas White 2h 24' 48" Michael Potter Samuel Jenner 127 km (79 mi) Ballarat, Vic [87]

Junior / Under 19[edit]

Year Gold Time Silver Bronze Distance Location Ref.
2009  Patrick Bevin (NZ) 3h 02' 52" Michael Phelan  Josh Atkins (NZ) 123 km (76 mi) Murwillumbah, NSW [88]
2010 Jay McCarthy 3h 15' 13" Dale Parker Calvin Watson 123 km (76 mi) Murwillumbah, NSW [89]
2011 Hayden McCormick 3h 09' 13" Hamish Schreurs  Fraser Gough (NZ) 123 km (76 mi) Murwillumbah, NSW [90]
2012 Robert-Jon McCarthy 3h 03' 51" Caleb Ewan Nick Schultz 127 km (79 mi) Shepparton, Vic [91]
2013 Michael Rice 3h 08' 34" Daniel Fitter Ben Carman 118 km (73 mi) Noosa, Qld [92]
2014 Lucas Hamilton 3h 08' 50" Daniel Fitter Jai Hindley 118 km (73 mi) Canberra, ACT [93]
2015 Michael Storer 2h 54' 52"  Nathaniel Levin  (NZ) Matthew Chambers 110 km (68 mi) Gold Coast, Qld [94]
2016 Kaden Groves 3h 00' 32" Alastair Christie-Johnston  Carne Groube (NZ) 122 km (76 mi) Canberra, Act [95]
2017 Mitchell Wright 2h 59' 09" Liam Edwards Jensen Plowright 113 km (70 mi) Geelong, Vic [96]
2018 Tyler Lindorff 1h 47' 45" Ben Metcalfe Carter Turnbull 69.6 km (43.2 mi) Ballarat, Vic [97]
2019 Patrick Eddy 2h 48' 28" Samual Eddy Alastair Mackellar 104.4 km (64.9 mi) Ballarat, Vic [98]

Women[edit]

Elite[edit]

Year Gold Time Silver Bronze Distance Location Ref.
1978 Linda Meadows [9]
1979 Linda Meadows 0h 41’ 25" Barbara Eason Sue Dennis 25 km (16 mi) Horsham, Vic [9]
1980 Jenny Quaife [9]
1981 Heather Kelson 1h 19’ 46" Elizabeth Battle Vicky Carne 45.5 km (28.3 mi) Launceston, Tas [9]
1982 Siân Mulholland Michelle Robbins Vicky Carne [9]
1983 Julie Speight [9]
1984 Robyn Battison 1h 35’ 14" Kathleen Shannon Deborah De Jongh [9]
1985 Kathleen Shannon 1h 20’ 48" Robyn Battison Wendy McKay 50 km (31 mi) Bacchus Marsh, Vic [9]
1986 Kathleen Shannon Elizabeth Hepple Robyn Battison 52 km (32 mi) Adelaide, SA [9]
1987 Deborah Kinnear 1h 23’ 17" Kathy Watt Jacqui Uttien 43 km (27 mi) [9]
1988 Deborah Kinnear 1h 52’ 32" Kathleen Shannon Kathy Watt 71 km (44 mi) [9]
1989 Jane Slack-Smith 1h 48’ 29" Kathleen Shannon Jennifer Hall 66 km (41 mi) Canberra, ACT [9]
1990 Kathleen Shannon 2h 07’ 55" Jacqui Uttien Donna Rae-Szalisnki 70 km (43 mi) Perth, WA [9]
1991 Kathleen Shannon 2h 12’ 00" Margaret Henderson Jacqui Uttien 75 km (47 mi) Gembrook, Vic [9]
1992 Kathy Watt 2h 12’ 00" Catherine Hart Anita Crossley 70 km (43 mi) Adelaide, SA [9]
1993 Kathy Watt 2h 10’ 38" Anita Crossley Cathy Reardon 78 km (48 mi) Devonport, Tas [9]
1994 Kathy Watt 2h 23’ 15" Cathy Reardon Anna Millward (née Wilson) 87 km (54 mi) Sunshine Coast, Qld [9]
1995 Elizabeth Tadich 2h 46’ 42" Charlotte White-Pordham Tracey Gaudry (née Watson) 96.4 km (59.9 mi) Canberra, ACT [9]
1996 Lynn Nixon 2h 54’ 28" Kathy Watt Anna Millward 110 km (68 mi) Centennial Park, NSW [99]
1997 Symenko Jochinke 2h 51’ 13" Anna Millward Bridget Evans 100 km (62 mi) Perth, WA [50]
1998 Kathy Watt 2h 47’ 04" Karin Wilson Elizabeth Tadich 100 km (62 mi) Melbourne, Vic [51]
1999 Tracey Gaudry 3h 18’ 26" Kathy Watt Alison Wright 108 km (67 mi) Gold Coast, Qld [100]
2000 Anna Millward 2h 45’ 47" Alison Wright Tracey Gaudry 97 km (60 mi) Portarlington, Vic [53]
2001 Katie Mactier 2h 48’ 06" Elizabeth Tadich Margaret Hemsley 97 km (60 mi) Portarlington, Vic [54]
2002 Margaret Hemsley 3h 07’ 38" Hayley Rutherford Emma James 100 km (62 mi) Ballarat, Vic [101]
2003 Olivia Gollan 3h 03’ 53" Oenone Wood Shirley Kim 102 km (63 mi) Ballarat, Vic [102]
2004 Oenone Wood 3h 01’ 30" Katie Mactier Sara Carrigan 100 km (62 mi) Ballarat, Vic [103]
2005 Lorian Graham 2h 53’ 47" Sara Carrigan Bridget Evans 104 km (65 mi) Mount Torrens, SA [104]
2006 Katherine Bates 2h 46’ 45" Sara Carrigan Oenone Wood 97.5 km (60.6 mi) Mount Torrens, SA [105]
2007 Katie Mactier 3h 10’ 35" Nikki Egyed Emma Rickards 102 km (63 mi) Ballarat, Vic [106]
2008 Oenone Wood 3h 05’ 13" Sharon Laws Sara Carrigan 102 km (63 mi) Ballarat, Vic [107]
2009 Carla Ryan 3h 03’ 37" Ruth Corset Nikki Butterfield 102 km (63 mi) Ballarat, Vic [108]
2010 Ruth Corset 3h 10’ 09" Bridie O’Donnell Rachel Neylan 102 km (63 mi) Ballarat, Vic [109]
2011 Alexis Rhodes 3h 00’ 18" Carla Ryan Joanne Hogan 102 km (63 mi) Ballarat, Vic [110]
2012 Amanda Spratt 2h 55’ 22" Tiffany Cromwell Rachel Neylan 102 km (63 mi) Ballarat, Vic [111]
2013 Gracie Elvin 3h 01’ 07" Joanne Hogan Carla Ryan 106.6 km (66.2 mi) Ballarat, Vic [112]
2014 Gracie Elvin 3h 02' 42" Lauren Kitchen Katrin Garfoot 102 km (63 mi) Ballarat, Vic [113]
2015 Peta Mullens 2h 55’ 29" Rachel Neylan Shara Gillow 102 km (63 mi) Ballarat, Vic [114]
2016 Amanda Spratt 2h 56’ 45" Ruth Corset Rachel Neylan 102 km (63 mi) Ballarat, Vic [115]
2017 Katrin Garfoot 2h 57’ 50" Amanda Spratt Lucy Kennedy 102 km (63 mi) Ballarat, Vic [116]
2018 Shannon Malseed 3h 05’ 03" Lauren Kitchen Grace Brown 104.4 km (64.9 mi) Ballarat, Vic [117]
2019 Sarah Gigante [n 4] 3h 03' 36" Amanda Spratt Sarah Roy 104 km (65 mi) Ballarat, Vic [118]

Under 23[edit]

Year Gold Time Silver Bronze Distance Location Ref.
2008 Carlee Taylor 3h 06’ 04" Tiffany Cromwell Grace Sulzberger 102 km (63 mi) Ballarat, Vic [119]
2009 Peta Mullens 3h 05’ 01" Sarah Kent Tiffany Cromwell 102 km (63 mi) Ballarat, Vic [108]
2010 Megan Dunn 3h 12’ 06" Tiffany Cromwell Loren Rowney 102 km (63 mi) Ballarat, Vic [109]
2011 Carlee Taylor 3h 01’ 13" Sinead Noonan Lauren Kitchen 102 km (63 mi) Ballarat, Vic [110]
2012 Sinead Noonan 2h 56’ 52" Rebecca Werner Rebecca Henderson 102 km (63 mi) Ballarat, Vic [111]
2013 Emily Roper 3h 02' 26" Rebecca Henderson Jenelle Crooks 106.6 km (66.2 mi) Ballarat, Vic [112]
2014 Emily Roper 3h 02' 42" Jenelle Crooks Jessica Mundy 102 km (63 mi) Ballarat, Vic [113]
2015 Shannon Malseed 2h 56' 39" Alexandria Nicholls Ellen Skerritt 102 km (63 mi) Ballarat, Vic [114]
2016 Jenelle Crooks 2h 57’ 20" Jessica Mundy Ellen Skerritt 102 km (63 mi) Ballarat, Vic [115]
2017 Alexandra Manly 2h 57’ 20" Emily Parkes Jaime Gunning 102 km (63 mi) Ballarat, Vic [116]
2018 Alexandra Manly 3h 07’ 35" Josie Talbot Kristina Clonan 104.4 km (64.9 mi) Ballarat, Vic [117]
2019 Sarah Gigante [n 4] 3h 03' 36" Jaime Gunning Jessica Pratt 104 km (65 mi) Ballarat, Vic [120]

Junior / Under 19[edit]

Year Gold Time Silver Bronze Distance Location Ref.
2009 Megan Dunn 2h 15' 10" Kendelle Hodges   Madeleine Brunton (NZ) Murwillumbah, NSW [88]
2010 Stephanie Hansen 2h 11' 12" Sinead Noonan Amy Cure 71 km (44 mi) Murwillumbah, NSW [89]
2011 Taylah Jennings 2h 27' 05" Jessica Mundy Allison Rice 82 km (51 mi) Stokers Siding, NSW [121]
2012 Emily Roper 2h 21' 15"   Maddi Campbell (NZ) Jessica Mundy 82 km (51 mi) Shepparton, Vic [91]
2013 Emily McRedmond 2h 29' 19" Alexandria Nicholls Alexandra Manly 80.7 km (50.1 mi) Noosa, Qld [122]
2014 Macey Stewart 2h 26' 10" Alexandra Manly Anna-Leeza Hull 78.9 km (49.0 mi) Canberra, ACT [123]
2015 Jessica Pratt 2h 42' 40" Ruby Roseman-Gannon Anna-Leeza Hull 82.5 km (51.3 mi) Gold Coast, Qld [n 5][124]
2016 Madeleine Fasnacht 2h 19' 53" Chloe Moran Natasha Mullany 81 km (50 mi) Canberra, Act [125]
2017 Madeleine Fasnacht 2h 00' 26" Sarah Gigante Caitlin Broadley 66 km (41 mi) Geelong, Vic [126]
2018 Sarah Gigante 1h 45' 28" Jemma Eastwood Sophie Edwards 58 km (36 mi) Ballarat, Vic [127]
2019 Francesca Sewell 2h 13' 59" Catelyn Turner Ashlee Jones 59.6 km (37.0 mi) Ballarat, Vic [128]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j The race was promoted as the championship of Australasia.
  2. ^ The race was won by  Jeremy Hunt (GBR) however the title went to the first Australian.
  3. ^ deadheat for second place.
  4. ^ a b In winning the elite race, Sarah Gigante also won the U23 race.
  5. ^ The race was won by  Hannah Gumbley (NZ) however the title went to the first Australian.

References[edit]

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