Australian National Time Trial Championships

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The Champion's Jersey
Cameron Meyer

The Australian National Time Trial Championships, are held annually with an event for each category of rider: Men, Women & under 23 riders. The event has been run concurrently with the Australian National Road Race Championships since 2002. The Australian Championships have officially been known as the Scody Australian Open Road Cycling Championships since 1999, taking the name of their main sponsor, but are more commonly referred to as The Nationals.[1] The under 23 time trial championships were introduced in 2002.

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 time trialling 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.

Multiple winners[edit]

Men[edit]

Elite[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1995 Matt White Paul Brosnan Jonathan Hall
1996 Nathan O'Neill Brett Dennis Matt White
1997 Jonathan Hall Jamie Drew Steve Williams
1998 Nathan O'Neill Tom Leaper Tristan Priem
1999 [2] Jonathan Hall Denis Mungoven Peter Milostic
2000 cancelled
2001 [3] Kristjan Snorrason Denis Mungoven Russel Van Hout
2002 Nathan O'Neill Michael Rogers Ben Day
2003 Ben Day Michael Rogers Adrian Laidler
2004 Nathan O'Neill Peter Milostic Luke Roberts
2005 Nathan O'Neill Rory Sutherland Russel Van Hout
2006 Nathan O'Neill Luke Roberts Ben Day
2007 Nathan O'Neill Rory Sutherland David Pell
2008 Adam Hansen Rory Sutherland Ben Day
2009 Michael Rogers Cameron Meyer Richie Porte
2010 [4] Cameron Meyer Jack Anderson Luke Roberts
2011 [5] Cameron Meyer Jack Bobridge Michael Matthews
2012 [6] Luke Durbridge Cameron Meyer Michael Rogers
2013 [7] Luke Durbridge Rohan Dennis Michael Matthews
2014 [8] Michael Hepburn Luke Durbridge Damien Howson
2015 [9] Richie Porte Rohan Dennis Jack Bobridge
2016 [10] Rohan Dennis Richie Porte Sean Lake
2017 [11] Rohan Dennis Luke Durbridge Benjamin Dyball

Under 23[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
2002 Jonathan Davis Netherlands Jens Mouris Lee Godfrey
2003 Adrian Laidler Mark Jamieson Jonathan Davis
2004 Mark Jamieson Richard Moffatt William Walker
2005 Mark Jamieson Richard Moffatt Samuel Lee
2006 Shaun Higgerson Mark Jamieson Miles Olman
2007 Zakkari Dempster Hayden Josefski Miles Olman
2008 Matt King Benjamin King Travis Meyer
2009 Jack Bobridge Travis Meyer Michael Matthews
2010 [12] Rohan Dennis Luke Durbridge Michael Matthews
2011 [13] Luke Durbridge Michael Hepburn Jay McCarthy
2012 [14] Rohan Dennis Damien Howson Campbell Flakemore
2013 [15] Damien Howson Alex Morgan Campbell Flakemore
2014 [16] Jordan Kerby Harry Carpenter Miles Scotson
2015 [17] Miles Scotson Oscar Stevenson Harry Carpenter
2016 [18] Callum Scotson Miles Scotson Ben O'Connor
2017 [19] Callum Scotson Robert Stannard Michael Storer

Junior[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
2009 Luke Durbridge Dale Parker Jordan Kerby
2010 [20] Dale Parker Jay McCarthy Ethan Kimmince
2011 [21] Alexander Morgan Jack Beckinsale Caleb Ewan

Women[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1992 Kathy Watt
1993 Kathy Watt
1994 Kathy Watt
1995 Tracey Watson Kathy Watt Melissa Berryman
1996 Kathy Watt Anna Millward Lynn Nixon
1997 Anna Millward Kathy Watt Ellie Kennedy
1998 Anna Millward Kathy Watt Jodie Brewer
1999 Kristy Scrymgeour Kathy Watt Tracey Gaudry
2000 Tracey Gaudry Anna Millward Kristy Scrymgeour
2001 Anna Millward Alison Wright Sara Carrigan
2002 Sara Carrigan Anna Millward Hayley Rutherford
2003 Sara Carrigan Olivia Gollan Oenone Wood
2004 Oenone Wood Sara Carrigan Kathy Watt
2005 Oenone Wood Sara Carrigan Amy Gillett
2006 Kathy Watt Sara Carrigan Natalie Bates
2007 Carla Ryan Kathy Watt Toireasa Gallagher
2008 Bridie O'Donnell Sara Carrigan Alexis Rhodes
2009 Carla Ryan Alexis Rhodes Kathy Watt
2010 [22] Amber Halliday Bridie O'Donnell Carly Light
2011 [23] Shara Gillow Taryn Heather Ruth Corset
2012 [24] Shara Gillow Taryn Heather Bridie O'Donnell
2013 [25] Shara Gillow Grace Sulzberger Felicity Wardlaw
2014 [26] Felicity Wardlaw Shara Gillow Bridie O'Donnell
2015 [27] Shara Gillow Bridie O'Donnell Taryn Heather
2016 [28] Katrin Garfoot Shara Gillow Tiffany Cromwell
2017 [29] Katrin Garfoot Shara Gillow Kate Perry

Under 23[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
2009 Josephine Tomic Shara Gillow Sarah Kent
2010 [22] Josephine Tomic Tiffany Cromwell Alexandra Carle
2011 [23] Lauren Kitchen Amy Cure Carlee Taylor
2012 [24] Sinead Noonan Lauren Kitchen Sarah Kent
2013 [25] Ailie McDonald Jessica Allen Cassandra Dodd
2014 [26] Jennelle Crooks Emily Roper Jessica Allen
2015 [27] Rebecca Mackey Ellen Skerritt Jenelle Crooks
2016 [28] Emily Roper Ellen Skerritt Jennelle Crooks
2016 [30] Alexandra Manly Jaime Gunning Ella Scanlan-Bloor

Junior[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
2009 Kendelle Hodges Amy Cure Madeleine Brunton
2010 [31] Amy Cure Sinead Noonan Jessica Allen
2011 [32] Allison Rice Jessica Allen Jessica Mundy

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  18. ^ "Callum Scotson powers to U23 time trial title". Cyclingnews.com. 7 January 2016. 
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